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Immovable property

Damages mapping of façade using Aerophotogrammetry and Thermography Inspection: Zoroastro Artiaga Museum – Art Deco in Brazil
2022 - VVAA

This work addresses the use of damage maps using orthoimages created from aerial photogrammetry and the analysis of thermographic images as prior diagnostic tools for the facade of the Zoroastro Artiaga Museum.

La valoración de los inmuebles del patrimonio histórico y los riesgos sísmicos en el contrato del seguro: el caso de Lorca
2014 - García Erviti et al., Mapfre

This work aims to establish the criteria and guidelines that allow establishing with the greatest possible precision the economic value of the assets in the earthquake damage insurance contract, applied to the properties that are part of the historical heritage. To do this, the situation caused by the earthquake that affected the city of Lorca on May 11, 2011 will be specifically analyzed, causing significant losses to various properties of its historical-artistic heritage. The methodology used is based on determining the existing relationships between the economic parameters integrated by the value of the buildings and the costs of reconstruction or repair of damage, and the characteristics of the historical heritage properties linked to their vulnerability to action. seismic. Once the statistical analysis of the correlation of the set of variables collected in the characterization process has been carried out, the building vulnerability to earthquakes has been modeled, identifying the incidence of these variables and their proportionality with the budget necessary for the reform. in the area of study. 227pp. ​

Post-disaster damage assessment of cultural heritage: Are we prepared?
2017 - Tandon

Fruit of the author's experience in assessing damage in the Philippines, Nepal and Myanmar. During her stay in Italy, she contacted the Department of Civil Protection and agencies to assess the immediate risks to the cultural heritage of the affected area. Drawing on these experiences, this paper highlights some critical gaps in existing capacity that prevent timely assessment of impacts on cultural heritage, which in turn hinders its recovery. (7pp)

Evaluación de las necesidades post-desastre Cultura
2014 - Naciones Unidas

It is essential for all sectors for which the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) has been carried out or is planned to take into account the cultural context in which the disaster has occurred and where they will have recovery and reconstruction take place. The resilience of social systems to disasters is deeply influenced by cultural aspects such as the cultural framework of human relationships with others in society and the world around them, including the natural environment, its conditions and behaviors.

Evaluación rápida de daños en emergencias. Protocolos de Activación y Actuación del Grupo de Evaluación de Daños
2015 - A. Frías (coord), C. A. Murcia

This book develops in chapter form the teachings, calculations, protocols and reminders that occur in technical training for the evaluation of damage after a catastrophe and have been developed from the experience obtained after the Lorca earthquake in 2011. 592 pp .