Selective hazard assessment

The primary aim of the selective hazard assessment is to determine the vulnerability of one or more properties for a specific site. It is necessary to clarify whether a specific object is exposed to hazards (e.g. due to surface run-off) and what intensities are to be expected at the various probabilities of occurrence.

For the selective hazard assessment of heavy rainfall incidents, a field inspection with soil samples, for example, provides vital information, especially on the permeability and storage capacity of the area under investigation.

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