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van Herwijnen, Maurits (author)
Making decisions when future conditions are uncertain is a challenging endeavor. This thesis develops a framework to analyse flood risk and create Dynamic Adaptive Policy Pathways, which can provide insights in the behaviour of flood risk protection measures in many future scenarios. The pathways are used to identify robust measures, dead ends...
master thesis 2024
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Nelen, Louis (author)
Cities worldwide are facing increasing impacts from climate hazards such as heavy precipitation, heat stress, flooding, and drought, exacerbated by climate change. This study focuses on unembanked areas (NL: buitendijkse gebieden), vulnerable to flooding due to factors like sea-level rise, river peak discharges, and land subsidence. However,...
master thesis 2023
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de Wijs, Melvin (author)
Around the world, the Netherlands has a respectable reputation when it comes to water management, with other countries applying best practices to their own water related challenges. This reputation of the Netherlands has been a result of a decade long tradition of living with challenging water conditions. This has resulted in a highly cultured...
master thesis 2023
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den Heijer, F. (author), Rijke, Jeroen (author), Bosch-Rekveldt, M.G.C. (author), de Leeuw, Annemargreet (author), Barciela Rial, M. (author)
Flood defences are in practice often multi-used, multi-managed and multi-financed. Flood defence asset management contains technical, organizational and spatial complex issues involving multiple organizations. In the literature, little attention has been given to the conditions for successful cooperation between organizations in flood defence...
journal article 2023
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Slinger, J (author), Cunningham, S. (author), Kothuis, B.L.M. (author)
Intervention methods to establish commitment to (collaborative) action are of potential interest to researchers and policymakers intent upon including stakeholder perspectives in natural risk governance (Scolobig, Nat Hazards 81:27–43, 2016). In this paper, a 6-step co-design method for engaging with local people in collaboratively...
journal article 2023
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Bakhtiari, Vahid (author), Piadeh, Farzad (author), Behzadian, Kourosh (author), Kapelan, Z. (author)
Cutting-edge digital visualisation tools (CDVT) are playing an increasingly important role in improving urban flood risk management. However, there is a paucity of comprehensive research examining their role across all stages of urban flood risk management. To address, this study conducts an integrated critical review to identify the...
review 2023
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Wever, Jason (author)
Flood risk models are frequently used to analyse the climate- and socio-economic-driven impact of flooding hazards. However, model validation is rarely done adequately due to the rare occurrence of floods and even less frequent reporting of corresponding damages. <br/> <br/>In this research, validation is defined as the process of ensuring that...
master thesis 2022
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Ding, Xiaoling (author)
Flooding is one of the most destructive climate disasters. Since the 21st century, the United States, Thailand, China, and many other countries have been hit by flash floods, which not only exposed the vulnerability of the urban system expansively but also serves as an opportunity to promote resilient city construction. The research begins by...
master thesis 2022
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van Berchum, E.C. (author)
Manycoastal cities are struggling with a rapidly growing risk of flooding. The sizeand complexity of these cities often demand a coordinated strategy, consistingof a combination of flood risk reduction measures. A crucial part in the designprocess is the identification of effective flood risk management strategies. However,data and resources are...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Kool, J.J. (author), Kanning, W. (author), Jonkman, Sebastiaan N. (author)
This study introduces a method for assessing the annual failure rate of levees based on information from historical floods, while also considering the return period of these past events. Also, an approach has been developed to quantify the influence of deviating conditions on failure rates. The presence of deviating conditions at failed and...
journal article 2022
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Without our dikes and dunes, 60% of the Netherlands would flood on a regular basis. This area is home to 9 million people. The latest<br/>report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC, February 2022) underlines the importance of reinforcing water safety. Sea levels are rising and extreme weather is becoming increasingly common....
book 2022
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Recubenis Sanchis, I. (author), van der Meulen, G.J.M. (author)
Highlighted by the recent 2021 flood events in Europe, this research takes the<br/>momentum to underline the necessity for radical solutions that embrace uncertain and extreme discharges at the core of planning and design frameworks. Building upon existing Adaptive Management practices in the Netherlands, this research takes the experience of...
journal article 2022
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Ciullo, A. (author), Domeneghetti, A. (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author), De Bruijn, K. M. (author), Klijn, F. (author), Castellarin, A. (author)
Robust Decision Making (RDM) is an established framework for decision making under deep uncertainty. RDM relies on the idea of scenario neutrality, namely that decision robustness is not affected by how scenarios are generated if these are uniformly distributed and span a sufficiently large range of future states of the world. Several authors...
journal article 2022
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Karami, Mozhgan (author), Behzadian, Kourosh (author), Ardeshir, Abdollah (author), Hosseinzadeh, Azadeh (author), Kapelan, Z. (author)
This paper presents a multi-criteria risk-based approach for managing urban flood hazards by using a combination of conventional measures and contemporary Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS). A multi-objective optimisation model coupled with a simulation model of UDS in the SWMM software is developed with the three objectives of minimising...
journal article 2022
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Lodder, Q.J. (author), Slinger, J (author)
The development of the Coastal Genesis 2 research programme and its role in contributing to Dutch coastal policy are described in the paper. The organisation of policy development related to coastal flood risk and erosion in The Netherlands is addressed, highlighting the division of responsibilities between the policy and operational...
journal article 2022
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Ngo, Q.H. (author)
Flooding is one of the most frequently occurring and damaging natural disasters worldwide. Quantitative flood risk management (FRM) in the modern context demands statistically robust approaches (e.g. probabilistic) due to the need to deal with complex uncertainties. However, probabilistic estimates often involve ensemble 2D hydraulic model runs...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Nilubon, P. (author)
Urban climate adaptation currently focusses mainly on hazards but often ignores opportunities which arise in both space and time. Opportunistic Adaptation provides a rationalized approach to mainstream measures for climate adaptation into urban renewal cycles. Adaptation opportunities are identified by projecting the lifespans of urban assets...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Klijn, F. (author), Marchand, Marcel (author), Meijer, Karen (author), van der Most, Herman (author), Stuparu, Dana (author)
Climate change and socio-economic development result in increasing flood risk which challenges flood risk management policy making and practice. Each situation, however, is different and calls for not only understanding the natural context, but also the socio-economic and cultural context. Only then Flood Risk Management strategies can be...
journal article 2021
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Hallin, E.C. (author), Hofstede, Jacobus L.A. (author), Martinez, Grit (author), Jensen, Jürgen (author), Baron, Nina (author), Heimann, Thorsten (author), Kroon, Aart (author), Arns, Arne (author), Almström, Björn (author)
From November 12th to 13th in 1872, an extreme coastal flood event occurred in the south Baltic Sea. An unusual combination of winds created a storm surge reaching up to 3.5 m above mean sea level, which is more than a meter higher than all other observations over the past 200 years. On the Danish, German, and Swedish coasts, about 300 people...
journal article 2021
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Ngo, Q.H. (author), Radhakrishnan, Mohanasundar (author), Ranasinghe, Roshanka (author), Pathirana, Assela (author), Zevenbergen, C. (author)
Flood risk reduction strategies play an important role in flood risk management (FRM) and these strategies are being co-designed with the engagement of the stakeholder through multiple consultations and co-designing sessions. Effective participation of stakeholders in interactive work sessions requires fast and accurate modeling systems with...
journal article 2021
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