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AOGS-EGU NatHazards Virtual Meeting: The AOGS-EGU Joint Conference Series on New Dimensions for Natural Hazards in Asia - Shared screen with speaker view
Bruce MALAMUD
40:40
Feel free to use the chat here to chat with yourselves. Use the Q&A to ask questions of the panellists for Session 1.
Dr. Mohan K. DAS
42:02
Good Day to all.Thanks AOGS for nice initiative.
Bruce MALAMUD
42:25
For the chat--remember to send message to "All Panelists and attendees" if you would like to address message to the group. There are now 250 participants in the meeting.
Putu Aryastana
45:28
test
YUSUF SUCOL
49:17
good afternoon from Philippines!
Grethyl Catipay-Jamero
49:55
Good Afternoon from Mindanao, Philippines
Dr. Prolay Mondal
50:04
Good afternoon from India
KOTESWARARAO KUNDETI
51:27
Good afternoon to all. Thanks to AOGS for the nice initiative
Elena Petrova
51:47
Good morning from Moscow
George Gaprindashvili
51:52
Good Day to all!!!
Dr. Harihar Paudyal
52:23
Good Afternoon From Nepal. Thanks AOGS for this nice program.
AUCHITYA KUMAR PANDEY
53:06
Good Afternoon from India.
Dr Radhika Kanase
53:21
Good noon All ....
afif wicaksono
53:29
good afternoon from Indonesia
Bharat Ji Mehrotra
53:53
Good Day to All.... from Varanasi, India.
Ram krishna Tiwari
55:34
Good afternoon from Nepal, thank everyone for the event
YUSUF SUCOL
56:30
thank you AOGS! 👍
Bruce MALAMUD
57:28
Just a reminder to all. For chat, we will not monitor this for questions to panel. Please use the Q&A function. When using the chat--select "All panelists and attendees" if you want the message to go to everyone.
Bruce MALAMUD (King's College London)
01:05:43
We now have 309 people in the conference.
Malvin Kenneth Manueli
01:10:58
good attendance
Min Chen
01:11:40
@Odin: how the slides are modeled numerically? Is it modeled in 1-D?
Bruce MALAMUD (King's College London)
01:12:09
@Min Chen. Can you put your question in the Q&A as the panelists are not monitoring the chat. Thanks!
Brian Golding
01:15:27
Regarding Sri's point about not using a model finer than the data, I would disagree. Since the physical processes do not change at country boundaries, it is acceptable to validate a model in one country and then apply it to a neighbouring country. In principle, that should also work on a global scale, but I accept that we have not got there yet.
Srivatsan Vijayaraghavan
01:17:05
@Brian ..sure.. that is only a starting point to use similar res of OBS vs Models... not the final.
Dr. Prolay Mondal
01:17:55
Exactly
Bruce MALAMUD (King's College London)
01:18:20
@Brian. I think it is also down to what the model is trying to examine and the question being asked.