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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2013.tde-12032014-121536
Document
Author
Full name
Leticia Palazzi Perez
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Lombardo, Magda Adelaide (President)
Barros, Mario Thadeu Leme de
Fonseca Filho, Homero
Giannotti, Mariana Abrantes
Martins, José Rodolfo Scarati
Title in Portuguese
Índice de vulnerabilidade urbana a alagamentos e deslizamentos de terra, em função de eventos extremos de clima, na Região Metropolitana de São Paulo: uma proposta de método
Keywords in Portuguese
Desastres naturais
Eventos extremos de chuva
Geoprocessamento
Vulnerabilidade urbana
Abstract in Portuguese
O crescimento desordenado das grandes cidades brasileiras, com a ocupação de várzeas, canalização de córregos e impermeabilização do solo, tem afetado o micro clima urbano, aumentando a incidência de fortes chuvas, que causam desastres, associados à chuvas extremas. Este trabalho apresenta um índice de vulnerabilidade urbana a alagamentos e deslizamentos de terra, em função de eventos extremos de precipitação, como instrumento de gestão urbana a estes desastres.
Title in English
Index of urban vulnerability and landslides, according to extreme weather events, in the metropolitan region of São Paulo: a method proposition
Keywords in English
Extreme weather events
Geoprocessing
Natural disasters
Urban vulnerability
Abstract in English
The unruly growth of large Brazilian cities resulting from the occupation of floodplains, channeling of rivers, and impermeabilization of the soil, has affected the urban microclimate, increasing heavy rains, which cause disasters associated to extreme weather events. This thesis presents a index of urban vulnerability to floods and landslides, according to extreme precipitation events, as an instrument of urban management to these disasters.
 
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Publishing Date
2014-03-12
 
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