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Flood Risk Management

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In this book, contributions from several experts specializing in the area of flood risk management are assembled into a single volume. Application and testing of numerical and statistical models that can simulate the complex reality along with effective flood management strategies that are being implemented in various nations are presented. This collection of topics will provide an update to the reader as to the state of the art in this important technical field.

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Flood Risk ManagementEdited by Theodore V Hromadka II

Published: August 30th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/66850

ISBN: 978-953-51-3466-4

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3465-7

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1. Strategies for Testing the Impact of Natural Flood Risk Management Measures

By Barry Hankin, Peter Metcalfe, David Johnson, Nick A. Chappell, Trevor Page, Iain Craigen, Rob Lamb and Keith Beven

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2. Flood Risk Mapping in the Amazon

By Milena Marília Nogueira de Andrade, Iris Celeste Nascimento Bandeira, Dianne Danielle Farias Fonseca, Paulo Eduardo Silva Bezerra, Ádanna de Souza Andrade and Rodrigo Silva de Oliveira

265

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3. Floods Forecast in the Caribbean

By Luz Estella Torres Molina

260

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4. Economic Growth and Employment Effects as a Result of the Upper Austrian Flood Protection Building Program

By Sebastian Goers, Friedrich Schneider, Horst Steinmüller and Andreas Zauner

195

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5. Geodesign a Tool for Redefining Flood Risk Disaster in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Southern Catchment of Ankobra Basin, Ghana

By Adams Osman and Benjamin Nyarko

206

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6. An Additive Statistical Modeling Approach to the Analysis of Transport Infrastructure Flood Risk-Based Resilience

By Mohammad Mojtahedi, Sidney Newton and Faham Tahmasebinia

223

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7. Flood Management in China: The Huaihe River Basin as a Case Study

By Qian Mingkai and Wang Kai

312

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8. Two-Dimensional Hydraulic Modeling and Geotechnical Analysis of Earthen Regulation Dams Located at Arroyo Las Viboras Watershed in a Major Transboundary Mexico-USA Metroplex: How an Ordinary Rain Event Caused Major Damage Related to Extraordinary Flooding

By Oscar Sotero Dena Ornelas, Diane Irene Doser, Oscar Fidencio Ibañez Hernández, Griselda Janeth Obeso Cortez and Miguel Angel Galdean Vega

282

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9. Understanding Flood Risk Management in Asia: Concepts and Challenges

By Saleem Ashraf, Muhammad Luqman, Muhammad Iftikhar, Ijaz Ashraf and Zakaria Yousaf Hassan

344

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10. Analysis of the Influence of the 2007–2008 La Niña Events, Land Use, and Dam Management Modes on the 2008 Spring Freshet Characteristics in Quebec, Canada

By Ali Arkamose Assani

205

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11. One- and Two-Dimensional Hydrological Modelling and Their Uncertainties

By Mohd Talha Anees, Khiruddin Abdullah, Mohd Nawawi Mohd Nordin, Nik Norulaini Nik Ab Rahman, Muhammad Izzuddin Syakir and Mohd. Omar Abdul Kadir

403

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12. Multicriteria Decision Analysis for Flood Risk Management: The Case of the Mapai Dam at the Limpopo River Basin, Mozambique

By Avelino I. Mondlane

239

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13. Flood Risk Management in Mexico

By Felipe I. Arreguín-Cortés and Claudia Elizabeth Cervantes-Jaimes

271

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14. Estimating Flood Quantiles on the Basis of Multi-Event Rainfall Simulation

By Elżbieta Jarosińska and Katarzyna Pierzga

234

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15. Towards the Development of a Capability Assessment System for Flood Risk Management

By Mohammad Hijji, Saad Amin, Wayne Harrop and Rahat Iqbal

256

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