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Ontology For Flood Management: A Proposal

Author(s): D. De Wrachien1, J. Garrido2, S. Mambretti3 & I. Requena2

Pages: 11 Page Range: 3 - 13 Size: 628 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Cooperation Between Non-governmental Organizations And The State In The Matter Of Flood Risk Management In The Czech Republic

Author(s): J. Dostál

Pages: 12 Page Range: 15 - 26 Size: 348 kb Price: Free (open access)

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The Utilization Of An Abandoned Mining Pond As A Retention Pond In Dealing With Stormwater Runoff

Author(s): H. Takaijudin, A. H. A. Shahir & A. M. Hashim

Pages: 11 Page Range: 27 - 37 Size: 531 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Flood-risk Assessment Of The Dense Downtown In Fukuoka City, Japan

Author(s): H. Hashimoto1 & Y. Nonaka2

Pages: 12 Page Range: 41 - 52 Size: 1,082 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Damage And Loss Prediction Model Considering Inundation Level, Flow Velocity And Vulnerability Of Building Types

Author(s): H. Maiwald & J. Schwarz

Pages: 13 Page Range: 53 - 65 Size: 1406 kb Price: Free (open access)

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On-line Early Warning System For Evacuation Of Socially Vulnerable Population During Flooding

Author(s): D. Mioc1, K. K. Moreiri2, J. N. Nkhwanana2, F. Anton1, B. Nikerson3, E. McGillivray4, A. Morton4 & P. Tang5

Pages: 12 Page Range: 67 - 78 Size: 2,348 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Methodological Proposal For Assessment And Adaptation In Oil Industry Plants In Brazil’s Coastland

Author(s): G. B. M. Lacerda1, C. R. G. Souza2, C. Silva3 & M. A. V. Freitas1

Pages: 13 Page Range: 79 - 91 Size: 2221 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Floods Emergency Management: The Value Of Potential And Actual Damage Estimation

Author(s): D. Molinari1, F. Ballio1 & S. Menoni2

Pages: 11 Page Range: 95 - 105 Size: 882 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Flood Disaster Risk In Jakarta, Indonesia

Author(s): A. Neolaka

Pages: 12 Page Range: 107 - 118 Size: 397 kb Price: Free (open access)

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A Multivariate Model For Flood Forecasting Of Lake Levels

Author(s): M. Mohssen

Pages: 12 Page Range: 121 - 132 Size: 1,008 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Comparison Of A Data-driven Model And A Physical Model For Flood Forecasting

Author(s): J. Ji, C. Choi, M. Yu & J. Yi

Pages: 10 Page Range: 133 - 142 Size: 1,828 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Inflow Forecasting For Lakes Using Artificial Neural Networks

Author(s): R. K. Suryawanshi1, S. S. Gedam1 & R. N. Sankhua2

Pages: 9 Page Range: 143 - 151 Size: 544 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Impacts And Preventative Measures Against Flooding And Coastal Erosion In Thailand

Author(s): S. Pongpiachan1, T. Settacharnwit1, P. Chalangsut1, P. Hirunyatrakul2 & I. Kittikoon2

Pages: 12 Page Range: 155 - 166 Size: 3,138 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Ice Dams And Backwaters As Hydrological Risk Phenomena – Case Study: The Bistrita River, Upstream Of The Izvorul Muntelui Lake (Romania)

Author(s): G. Romanescu & O. Bounegru

Pages: 12 Page Range: 167 - 178 Size: 2641 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Analysis Of Runoff Variation According To Subbasin Division

Author(s): M. Yu, C. Choi, J. Ji & J. Yi

Pages: 12 Page Range: 179 - 190 Size: 2,379 kb Price: Free (open access)

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The Role Of Solid Waste Management As A Response To Urban Flood Risk In Developing Countries, A Case Study Analysis

Author(s): J. Lamond1, N. Bhattacharya2 & R. Bloch3

Pages: 12 Page Range: 193 - 204 Size: 393 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Factors For The Design Of Novel Property-level Flood Resilient Products: The Dado Wallboard

Author(s): D. W. Beddoes1,2 & C. A. Booth1

Pages: 15 Page Range: 205 - 219 Size: 1,738 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Towards The Development Of A Comprehensive Systematic Quantification Of The Costs And Benefits Of Property Level Flood Risk Adaptation

Author(s): R. Joseph1,2, D. G. Proverbs1, J. Lamond1 & P. Wassell2

Pages: 12 Page Range: 221 - 232 Size: 337 kb Price: Free (open access)

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"Three Times Is Enemy Action" – Flood Experiences And Flood Perceptions

Author(s): C. B. Rose1, D. G. Proverbs1, C. A. Booth1 & K. I. Manktelow2

Pages: 10 Page Range: 233 - 242 Size: 334 kb Price: Free (open access)

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A Framework For Participatory Assessment Of Vulnerability Of Commercial Property Values To Flooding In The UK

Author(s): N. Bhattacharya1, J. Lamond2, D. G. Proverbs2, F. Hammond1 & D. Searle1

Pages: 9 Page Range: 243 - 251 Size: 334 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Sustainable Flood Memories, Informal Knowledge And The Development Of Community Resilience To Future Flood Risk

Author(s): L. J. McEwen1, F. Krause2, O. Jones1 & J. Garde Hansen2

Pages: 12 Page Range: 253 - 264 Size: 355 kb Price: Free (open access)

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Flood Recovery, Innovation and Response III


Transaction

WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment

Volume

159

Print ISBN

978-1-84564-588-5

Edited By

D. PROVERBS, University of the West of England, UK; S. Mambretti, Politecnico Di Milano, Italy; C.A. Brebbia, Wessex Institute of Technology, UK and D. DE WRACHIEN, State University of Milan, Italy

Online ISSN

1743-3541

Published

2012

Pages

350