Big Storm Events - What we have learned
AbstractsAfter the storm events in Canada in early 1998 and again in France in late 1999, the idea to share information on the impact of severe and widespread Big Storm Events came up strongly: knowledge of characteristics and origin of the storm event as well as its impact, strategy of upgrading and adapting the network for future similar or more severe events, need to improve design practices and emergency preparedness.
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Study Committee : B2 ?
WG (TF): WG B2.06
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