Description / Table of Contents:
PART I - The role of NATO -- 01-NATO cooperation with Georgia in the framework of the Science for Peace (SPS) Programme -- 02-Lens on NATO-Georgia cooperation: a shared engagement -- 03-An overview of the 20-year collaboration between NATO and Earth scientists to assess geohazards in the Caucasus and other critical regions -- PART II - Key studies focused on regional and geological aspects -- 04-Active kinematics of the Greater Caucasus from seismological and GPS data: A review -- 05-Structural architecture of the western Greater Caucasus orogen: New data from a crustal-scale structural cross-section -- 06-The geometry of the two orogens convergence and collision zones in central Georgia: New data from seismic reflection profiles -- 07-Regional seismotectonic zonation of hydrocarbon fields in active thrust belts: a case study from Italy -- PART III - Key studies for seismic hazard assessment -- 08-The 2020 National Seismic Hazard Model for Georgia (Sakartvelo) -- 09-Non-Ergodic Ground-Motion Models for Crustal Earthquakes in Georgia -- 10-Time series analysis of fault strain accumulation around large dam: the case of Enguri dam, Greater Caucasus -- 11-Geohazard assessment along the southern slope of the Greater Caucasus (Azerbaijan) -- PART IV - Key studies for volcanic hazard assessment -- 12-Quaternary volcanic activity in the Greater Caucasus: a review of Elbrus, Kazbek and Keli volcanoes -- 13-Tectonic control over the Abuli Samsari Volcanic Ridge, Lesser Caucasus, Georgia -- PART V - Key studies for hydrological, landslide and coastal hazard assessment -- 14-Landslide and mudflow hazard assessment in Georgia -- 15-Significance of the Spatial Resolution of DEM in Regional Slope Stability Analysis Enguri Dam, Republic of Georgia -- 16-Description of a 2-year, high-resolution geodetic monitoring of the Khoko landslide, Enguri reservoir, Georgia -- 17-Examples of coastal hazard along the Georgian Black Sea Coast -- PART VI - Seismic micronation -- 18-Extensive Microzonation as a tool for seismic risk reduction: methodological and political issues -- 19-Preliminary results of site effects assessment in Mtskheta (Georgia) -- 20-Rheological properties of soils in assessing the seismic hazard of the South Ukrainian nuclear power plant -- 21-On the Seismic Waves Propagating in the Layered Earth Stratum -- PART VII - 7. Innovative approaches for geohazard and risk assessment -- 22-Commercial-UAV-based Structure from Motion for geological and geohazard studies -- 23-Automatic telemetric monitoring/Early Warning Systems, with multi-task sensor, applied to mass movements -- 24-Extensometer-based monitoring of active deformation at the Khoko landslide (Jivari, Georgia) -- 25-Aspects of Risk Management and Vulnerability Assessment of buildings in the Republic of Georgia.
Type of Medium:
1 Online-Ressource(XV, 458 p. 207 illus., 162 illus. in color.)
1st ed. 2021.
NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security