Whitehorse 2016
Technical Program



Wednesday Afternoon, June 1 /
Mercredi après-midi, le 1e juin

SS7:  Geohazards in a changing climate 
Organizers / Organisateurs:  Fabrice Calmels & Bronwyn Benkert
Room / Salle:  A2406
Chairs / Présidents: 


Time Authors / Title
1:00 
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Telles-Langdon, M.*, Arenson, L.U., Craig, J. and Festa, J.  Assessing the vulnerability to climate change for three northern airports

1:20 
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McKillop, R.J.*, Brown, C. and Sacco, D.A.  Incorporating climate change projections into geohazard mapping for the Stewart-Keno transmission line

1:40 
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Bevington, A.* and Geertsema, M.  Using remote sensing product to detect geohazards in the mountainous regions of northern British Columbia

2:00 
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Roy, L-P.*, Benkert, B. and Kennedy, K.  Landscape hazards mapping for climate change adaptation planning in the Yukon

2:20 
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Kennedy, K.  Mass movement risk in Old Crow:  An example of thermally-controlled landslides in a region of continuous permafrost

2:40 Refreshment Break

3:20 
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Brideau, M-A.*, Shugar, D.H. and Wong, C.  Preliminary investigation of the Vulcan Creek landslide, Kluane National Park and Reserve, Yukon

3:40 
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Bevington, A.* and Geertsema, M.  Landslide response to the October 27, 2012 earthquake (Mw 7.7), Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site, Haida Gwaii, BC

4:00 
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Quane, S.L.*, Mullins, G. and Dillman, T.  Fire and Ice:  Revealing potential hazards at Garibaldi Lake, B.C.

4:20 
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Squires, M.M.* and Cobbett, R.N.  Geological origin of the lakes on Salt Spring Island



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