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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Definition of Multi-Risk Maps at Regional Level as Management Tool: Experience Gained by Civil Protection Authorities of Piemonte RegionDI MAURO CARMELO; BOUCHON SARA MARIE; CARPIGNANO Andrea; GOLIA Elena; PERESSIN S.Contributions to Conferences
2006L'Application du Concept de Vulnerabilite aux Infrastructures Critiques: Quelles Implications pour la Gestion Territoriale des Risques?BOUCHON SARA MARIEArticles in Journals
2006Les Cartes Régionales de Vulnérabilité: Outils de Réflexion et Supports d'Aide à la Décision: Le cas de la Région Piémont et de la Province de Varèse, Italie.DI MAURO CARMELO; BOUCHON SARA MARIEArticles in Journals
2008Mieux Evaluer la Vulnérabilité et la Résilience Territoriales pour Améliorer la Gestion de Crise: le Cas de la Province de Varèse, ItalieDI MAURO Carmelo; BOUCHON Sara MarieContributions to Conferences
2008Modelling Distributed Vulnerabilities in a Complex NetworkPRIDE RUSSELL; DI MAURO CARMELO; LOGTMEIJER CHRISTIAAN; BOUCHON SARA MARIE; NORDVIK JEAN PIERRE; POUCET ANDREContributions to Conferences
2008Territoires Vulnérables et Infrastructures Critiques: l'Analyse de la Vulnérabilité pour Identifier les Infrastructures Critiques en Europe: Exemple du Système Gazier en EuropeBOUCHON Sara MarieContributions to Conferences
2006Towards Guidelines for Regional Assessment of Vulnerability against Service Disruption of Critical InfrastructuresBOUCHON SARA MARIE; GHEORGHE Adrian; BIRCHMEIER JurgContributions to Conferences
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