The Institute seeks to strengthen awareness of the risks associated with natural hazards. Each month, ICLR hosts a Webinar centring on current research and industry issues related to natural hazards. Slides from the webinars are then posted on the Institute’s website and recordings of the sessions are uploaded to ICLR”s YouTube Channel.
Friday Forums Archive
Science-based wildfire management in Ontario – Colin McFayden & Dan Johnston, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, February 14, 2020.
Canada’s 6th Generation Seismic Hazard Model: New insights on seismic hazard in Canada – Michal Kolaj, Natural Recources Cnada, January 24, 2020.
More flood than meets the eye: The role of groundwater in the June 2013 Alberta floods – Jason M. Abboud, Dr. M. Cathryn Ryan, Dr. Gerald D. Osborn, Department of Geoscience University of Calgary, December 7, 2018
Rising sea level is not a flooding event; John Englander, International Sea Level Institute
January 2015 – Tornado’s impact: Eyes on the ground; Greg Johnson; Tornado Hunter (Prezi file, available on request)
Nov – The Wind Engineering Energy and Environment (WindEEE) Dome; Horia Hangan (PDF)
March 2008 – How Geomatics Research contributes to loss reduction: the GEOIDE Experience; Nick Chrisman; University of Laval (PDF)
April 2008 – Mould Spy – The development of a novel sensor for in-situ monitoring of hidden mould growth in building envelopes; Eric Savory; UWO (PDF)
June 2006 – The Peterborough Flood; Malcolm Hunt; City of Peterborough (PDF)
June 2006 – After the Flood, Peterborough and You: What happened and the Implications for your Industry; City of Peterborough (PDF)
September 2005 – A Behind the Scenes Look at the Weather Network; Ron Bianchi; The Weather Network (PDF)
October 2005 – Fortified… For Safer Living; Chuck Vance; Institute for Business and Home Safety (PDF)
February 2001 – Four Seasons of Damaging Storms in Canada; Mike Leduc; Meteorological Service of Canada, Environment Canada (PDF)
July 2000 – Canadian Weather Research Program; Jim Abraham; Environment Canada (PDF)
Basement flooding: Windsor’s approach to floodingA presentation of our city’s reduction measures and successes – Mario Sonego, City Engineer & Corporate Leader of Public Works, Parks and Facilities, City of Windsor
Glenn McGillivray, Managing Director, ICLR (moderator)
Bob Dorion, Vice President, Claims, Peace Hills Insurance
Ian McKay, Dir. Claims Prop. Appraisal Field Ops, Northbridge Insurance
Troy Bourassa, Director, Claims, Albert Motor Association
Canadian Seismic Risk Network http://csrn.mcgill.ca/main.html
Earthquakes Canada – Natural Resources Canada www.earthquakescanada.ca
Working group on Seismic Hazard Microzonation in the Ottawa Region http://http-server.carleton.ca/~dariush/Microzonation/main.html