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Couasnon, A.A.O. (author), Scussolini, P. (author), Tran, T. V.T. (author), Eilander, D. (author), Dullaart, J. (author), Xuan, Y. (author), Nguyen, H. Q. (author), Winsemius, H.C. (author), Ward, P. J. (author)
State-of-the-art flood hazard maps in coastal cities are often obtained from simulating coastal or pluvial events separately. This method does not account for the seasonality of flood drivers and their mutual dependence. In this article, we include the impact of these two factors in a computationally efficient probabilistic framework for...
journal article 2022
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Bevacqua, Emanuele (author), De Michele, Carlo (author), Manning, Colin (author), Couasnon, A.A.O. (author), Ribeiro, Andreia F.S. (author), Ramos, Alexandre M. (author), Ragno, E. (author), Saunders, Kate (author), Zhang, Tianyi (author)
Compound weather and climate events are combinations of climate drivers and/or hazards that contribute to societal or environmental risk. Studying compound events often requires a multidisciplinary approach combining domain knowledge of the underlying processes with, for example, statistical methods and climate model outputs. Recently, to aid...
journal article 2021
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Eilander, Dirk (author), Couasnon, A.A.O. (author), Ikeuchi, Hiroaki (author), Muis, Sanne (author), Yamazaki, Dai (author), Winsemius, H.C. (author), Ward, Philip J. (author)
Current global riverine flood risk studies assume a constant mean sea level boundary. In reality high sea levels can propagate up a river, impede high river discharge, thus leading to elevated water levels. Riverine flood risk in deltas may therefore be underestimated. This paper presents the first global scale assessment of the joint...
journal article 2020
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Couasnon, A.A.O. (author), Sebastian, Antonia (author), Morales Napoles, O. (author)
Traditional flood hazard analyses often rely on univariate probability distributions; however, in many coastal catchments, flooding is the result of complex hydrodynamic interactions between multiple drivers. For example, synoptic meteorological conditions can produce considerable rainfall-runoff, while also generating wind-driven elevated sea...
journal article 2018
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Couasnon, A.A.O. (author)
Flooding is the most common and one of the most damaging natural hazards globally. It has severe societal, economic and environmental consequences. Damages from floods are expected to worsen with changing climate and increasing population andwealthworldwide. Within the last decades, advances in computational power and increases in the number of...
master thesis 2017
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