Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Recent Advances in Flood Risk Management

Edited by John Abbot

University of Tasmania

Co-editor:

Andrew Hammond

Central Queensland University

This book provides a series of topics on flood risk management from around the world. The first section includes models for improved approaches to flood risk management, the importance of groundwater management in the context of floods (focussing on Taiwan), contingency plan for local communities using flood simulation, deciding on response strategies against the identified flood risk before a flood occurs (illustrated for the Philippines) and models for estimating maximum flood heights (illustrated for Mozambique). The second section examines flood risk management relating to the urban environment, with examples from a coastal city in Saudi Arabia and a housing development in Mexico. The third section relates to flood risk management in the context of agriculture, particularly relating to damage to Asian rice crops.

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Recent Advances in Flood Risk ManagementEdited by John Abbot

Published: April 3rd 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78505

ISBN: 978-1-78923-936-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-935-5

Copyright year: 2019

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1803 Total Chapter Downloads

1 Crossref Citations

2 Dimensions Citations

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1. New Frontiers in Flood Risk Management

By Guangwei Huang

193

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2. Flood Damage Reduction in Land Subsidence Areas by Groundwater Management

By Yin-Lung Chang, Jinn-Chuang Yang, Yeou-Koung Tung, Che-Hao Chang and Tung-Lin Tsai

186

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3. Evidence-Based Contingency Planning to Enhance Local Resilience to Flood Disasters

By Miho Ohara, Naoko Nagumo, Badri Bhakta Shrestha and Hisaya Sawano

298

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4. Fitting a Generalised Extreme Value Distribution to Four Candidate Annual Maximum Flood Heights Time Series Models in the Lower Limpopo River Basin of Mozambique

By Daniel Maposa

136

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5. Flood Risk and Vulnerability of Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia

By Mohamed Daoudi and Abdoul Jelil Niang

266

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6. Flood Risk Assessment in Housing under an Urban Development Scheme Simulating Water Flow in Plains

By Faustino de Luna Cruz, Oscar A. Fuentes Mariles, Judith Ramos Hernández and Jesús Gracia Sánchez

154

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7. Methodology for Agricultural Flood Damage Assessment

By Badri Bhakta Shrestha, Hisaya Sawano, Miho Ohara, Yusuke Yamazaki and Yoshio Tokunaga

572

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