Flood Risk Management in Europe

Innovation in Policy and Practice

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4199-0 (Print) 978-1-4020-4200-3 (Online)

Table of contents (26 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XVI

  2. Flood Risk Management Practice

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      Pages 1-1

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      Decision-Making for Flood-Threatened Properties

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      Pages 21-42

      The Influence of Floodplain Compartmentalization on Flood Risk Within the Rhine-Meuse Delta*

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      Pages 43-60

      Osiris – an Example of Citizen-Oriented Technology Development in the area of Dissemination of Information on Flood Risk Management

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      Pages 61-75

      Evolving Concepts in Flood Risk Management: Searching for a Common Language

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      Pages 77-88

      Comrisk – A transnational project of public authorities on coastal risk management

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      Pages 89-103

      Dike Investigations Using Geophysical Methods – Techniques for the Future?

  3. Flood Events and Impacts

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      Pages 105-105

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      Pages 107-129

      The Environmental Impact of Flooding of The Dutch ‘Delta-Metropole’

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      Pages 131-154

      Structural Economic Effects of Large-Scale Inundation

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      Pages 155-170

      A Method to Estimate Loss of Life Caused by Large-Scale Floods in the Netherlands

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      Pages 171-187

      Automation Of Flood Contingency Plans

  4. Flood Analysis and Modelling

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      Pages 189-189

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      Pages 191-211

      The Impact European Research Project on Flood Propagation in Urban Areas: Experimental and Numerical Modelling of the Influence of Buildings on the Flow

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      Pages 213-229

      Sustainable Development and Flood Risk – Reducing Uncertainty (Bristol City Re-Development Case Study)

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      Pages 231-251

      Flood Risk Mapping At The Local Scale: Concepts and Challenges

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      Pages 253-274

      Flood Modelling and the August 2002 Flood in the Czech Republic

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      Pages 275-292

      Seasonal Rainfall and Flow Trends Within Three Catchments in South-West England

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      Pages 293-310

      Propagation of Discharge Uncertainty in a Flood Damage Model For the Meuse River

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      Pages 311-331

      A Stochastic Model for Simulating Long Time Series of River-Mouth Discharge and Sediment Load

  5. Flood Forecasting

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 333-333

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      Pages 335-352

      Forecasting Flash Floods with an Operational Model

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      Pages 353-384

      Flood Forecasting for the Upper and Middle Odra River Basin

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      Pages 385-399

      Flood forecasting in the anglian region

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