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Mal tiempo en Italia, alerta roja en Emilia Romaña, al norte

Mon, 13 May 2019 18:28:00 +0200presidencia-NI (es)

Nieve a gran altura, granizos, ráfagas de vientos, intensas lluvias y ríos inundados castigan hoy a Italia, particularmente en la norteña región de Emilia Romaña, donde las autoridades declararon alerta roja. La advertencia meteorológica máxima se dispuso para este lunes y mañana martes ante las....

9:43 Mal tiempo en Italia, alerta roja en Emilia Romaña, al norte

Mon, 13 May 2019 16:14:00 +0200prensa-latina (es)

Roma, 13 may (Prensa Latina) Nieve a gran altura, granizos, ráfagas de vientos, intensas lluvias y ríos inundados castigan hoy a Italia, particularmente en la norteña región de Emilia Romaña, donde las autoridades declararon alerta roja. La advertencia meteorológica máxima se dispuso para este....

Water, Vol. 11, Pages 982: Coping with Extreme Events: Effect of Different Reservoir Operation Strategies on Flood Inundation Maps

Fri, 10 May 2019 11:37:00 +0200mdpi (en)

Abstract The need of addressing “residual flood risk” associated with structural protection measures, such as levee systems and flood-control reservoirs, has fostered actions aimed at increasing flood risk awareness. Structural measures have lowered risk perception by inducing a false sense of safety.

AI-analyzed tweets could help Europe track floods

Tue, 30 Apr 2019 18:16:00 +0200europesun (en)

The European Commission's Joint Research Center is working on a tool that could use tweets and artificial intelligence to collect real-time data on floods. In a paper released on Arvix.org , EU scientists explain how their Social Media for Flood Risk (SMFR) prototype could help emergency responders....

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