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Pillar: Man-made & Liability Risks
Authors: Erwann Michel-Kerjan
Summary: A Written Testimony prepared for a hearing of the Subcommittee on Insurance, Housing and Community Opportunity Committee on Financial Services U.S. House of Representatives on “TRIA at Ten Years: The Future of the Terrorism Risk Insurance Program.” by Erwann Michel-Kerjan of the Wharton Risk Center
Authors: Marius Hofert, Mario V. Wüthrich
Summary: This paper, motivated by the Fukushima event, asks the question whether nuclear power accidents can be insured.
Date: Jun 01, 2010 | Type: Paper |
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Authors: M. S. Horritt, P. D. Bates, T. J. Fewtrell, D. C. Mason, M. D. Wilson
Fields: Flood - UK Flood Modelling Techniques
Summary: The performance of a two-dimensional numerical model of flood hydraulics is tested for a major event in Carlisle, UK, in 2005. This event is associated with a unique data set, with global positioning system surveyed wrack lines and flood extent surveyed 3 weeks after the flood.