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Wijdeveld, A. (author)
Flooding not only induces a risk which is related to direct loss of life for humans, animals and plants. During flooding, toxicants which are normally stored or otherwise unavailable might be released. The spreading of these pollutants during the flooding or, often more important, the persistent presence of toxicants in the soil or sediment...
report 2009
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Meyer, V. (author)
In this report we develop a GIS-based multicriteria flood risk assessment and mapping approach. This approach has the ability a) to consider also flood risks which are not measured in monetary terms, b) to show the spatial distribution of these multiple risks and c) to deal with uncertainties in criteria values and to show their influence on the...
report 2009
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Olfert, A. (author)
Effective risk reduction requires the optimal understanding of the causes of risk, options of risks reduction and ways of their implementation. Especially with regard to risk reduction options much has changed in recent decades. Many measures and instruments, which are the actual tools of risk reduction, have developed to reduce risk in various...
report 2008
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Parker, D. (author)
Flood warning benefits have hitherto been modelled by predicting the damages saved by moving the contents of properties on receipt of a flood warning. The research described in this report has developed a new flood warning benefit estimation model capable of capturing a much wider range of potential economic benefits. This model is based upon a...
report 2008
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McFadden, L. (author)
This report highlights a series of key challenges and opportunities towards developing integrated strategies for flood risk management for the London and Thames Estuary region. The report suggests that the predominant feature of Integrated Flood Risk Management (IFRM), adaptive co-management and strategic planning is the emphasis on a holistic...
report 2007
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Messner, F. (author)
In this report we show different methods for the socio-economic evaluation of different types of flood damages and give recommendation when to chose which approach. Furthermore, principles of economic evaluation are outlined.
report 2007
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Meyer, V. (author)
This Report is the first deliverable of task 9, called D9.1. It summarises both, the outcome of a literature survey on flood damage evaluation methods in selected EU countries (action 1 in activity 1) and the major results of complementary expert interviews (action 2 in activity 1). The overall objective of actions 1 and 2 in activity 1 of task...
report 2007
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Meyer, V. (author)
This Report is the first deliverable of FLOODsite task 9, which is on flood damage evaluation methods. It summarises both the outcome of a literature survey on flood damage evaluation methods in selected EU countries and the major results of complementary expert interviews. The overall objective is to identify the methodological diversity...
report 2007
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