Space & Disaster Risk Reduction
Space & DRR
Welcome to the ICPEM Special Interest Group.
We are focused on two aspects relating to outer space:
Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) of threats from space, and
Use of space-based infrastructure for DRR pursuits
We are especially keen to bridge the gap between academia and industry to maximise opportunities to increase resilience to
earth-bound hazards. In addition, we are keen to promote the huge opportunity to improve evidence-based decision-making by utilising the data rich resources from satellites at all stages of the disaster management cycle (improved prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery) to terrestrial hazards.
We are currently developing a set of events and the programme will be issued shortly.
If you would like to get involved please complete this survey contact Shiba Rabiee.
Introduction to Space Weather as a Hazard (UCL IRDR)
The Sun and Space Weather (UCL IRDR)
The Earth and Space Weather (UCL IRDR)
Space Weather Impacts (UCL IRDR)
UK Response to Space Weather (Met Office / UCL IRDR)
ICPEM Space Weather Commentary
Extreme Space Weather: impacts on engineered systems and infrastructure (Royal Academy of Engineering)
Satellite remote sensing for disaster management support: A holistic and staged approach based on case studies in Sentinel Asia (International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Elsevier)
Special Issue "Earth Observation to Support Disaster Preparedness and Disaster Risk Management" (Remote Sensing)