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Flood Impact Mitigation and Resilience Enhancement

Edited by Guangwei Huang

Sophia University

The concept of resilience has been gaining momentum in various fields in recent years and has been used in various ways from a catch phrase to a cornerstone in theoretic development or practical operation. No matter how it is used, it does contribute one way or another to the refinement and application of the concept. This book focuses on the application of the resilience concept to flood disaster management. This book is a collection of research works conducted across the world and across sectors. Therefore, it is a good example of how different perspectives can catalyze our insight into complex flood-related issues. It can be considered valuable reading material for students, researchers, policymakers and practitioners, because it provides both the fundamentals and new development of resilience-based approaches and delivers a message that the goal of resilience-based flood management goes beyond disaster reduction.

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Flood Impact Mitigation and Resilience EnhancementEdited by Guangwei Huang

Published: December 16th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.87806

ISBN: 978-1-83962-626-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-625-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-627-2

Copyright year: 2020

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1. Move from Resilience Conceptualization to Resilience Enhancement

By Guangwei Huang and Juan Fan


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2. Challenges and Technical Advances in Flood Early Warning Systems (FEWSs)

By Duminda Perera, Ousmane Seidou, Jetal Agnihotri, Hamid Mehmood and Mohamed Rasmy


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3. Overcoming Barriers to Urban Flood Resilience: A Case of Hyderabad, India

By Vikas Sehra and Milap Punia


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4. Global and Regional Aspects for Genesis of Catastrophic Floods: The Problems of Forecasting and Estimation for Mass and Water Balance (Surface Water and Groundwater Contribution)

By Tatiana Trifonova, Dmitriy Trifonov, Dmitry Bukharov, Sergei Abrakhin, Mileta Arakelian and Sergei Arakelian


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5. Current Issues in Early Warning and Development Initiatives Towards Enhanced Flood-Related Resilience in Nigeria

By Ugonna C. Nkwunonwo


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6. Keeping Feet Dry: Rotterdam’s Experience in Flood Risk and Resilience Building

By Theresa Audrey O. Esteban, Jurian Edelenbos and Naomi van Stapele


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7. Enhancing the Community Resilience with a Network Structuring Model

By Ming Zhong


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8. Research on Power Grid Resilience and Power Supply Restoration during Disasters-A Review

By Jingyi Xia, Fuguo Xu and Guangwei Huang


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9. Fundamentals of Volunteered Geographic Information in Disaster Management Related to Floods

By Stathis G. Arapostathis


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10. Impact and Mitigation Strategies for Flash Floods Occurrence towards Vehicle Instabilities

By Zahiraniza Mustaffa, Ebrahim Hamid Hussein Al-Qadami, Syed Muzzamil Hussain Shah and Khamaruzaman Wan Yusof


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