to: 18 Oct 2020
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In the recent years, significant improvement in the capacity to assess hazards in terms of modelling the spatial and temporal accuracy as well as the magnitude of the events has been achieved. On the one hand, Copernicus brings new possibilities of monitoring the extent of natural hazards and associated damage. On the other hand, our knowledge of the dynamic changes in exposure and vulnerability remains quite limited. The integration of Copernicus data and services with alternative data sources, rapid mapping skills and seamless integration of newly derived data within the existing risk modelling chains could provide significant added value in all phases of the disaster management cycle.