International Conference on Flood Resilience
Experiences in Asia and Europe
5-7 September 2013
Exeter, United Kingdom Google+

E: SHARED LESSONS AND WAYS FORWARD

E1: SHARED LESSONS FROM ASIA AND EUROPE

Flood preparedness of private households and businesses – a comparison between Vietnam and Germany
Chinh Do, Heidi Kreibich

Comparative analysis of flooding in Gothenburg, Sweden and Mumbai, India: A review
Johanna Sörensen, Arun Rana

Flood control of an overpass in downtown Beijing
Yuwen Zhou, Jian Zhao, Zilong Liu, Wei Li, Jing Zhang, Ying Tang

Modelling the effects of tsunami-induced forces on building facades
Jorge M. G. P. Isidoro, João M. C. Estêvã

Water circulation study for the development of Songdo waterfront canal system
Dongwoo Jang, Cristina Agafon, Gyewoon Choi

Community led model of flood resilient, sustainable shelter construction in Sindh Province, Pakistan
Bee Rowan

Performance of sustainable drainage for urban flood control, lessons from Europe and Asia
Carly Rose, Jessica Lamond

Strategy to enhance community preparedness in flood resiliency: Bangladesh experience
M. A. Quassem, Md. Waji Ullah, Muhammad Shifuddin Mahmud, Mobasher Bin Ansari

Thinking more broadly about flood resilience
Fola Ogunyoye, Nanco Dolman

New guidelines for flood flow assessment at hydrologic stations in Serbia
Borislava Blagojević, Vladislava Mihailović, Jasna Plavšić

Interaction between urban spatial organization and flood risk – Taipei case study (1895-1945)
Fang-Yu Hu, Nathalie Lancret, Gilles Hubert

E2: NEW PROJECTS AND INITIATIVES

Strengthening and redesigning European flood risk practices (STAR-FLOOD): Towards appropriate and resilient flood risk governance arrangements
Dries Hegger, Peter Driessen, Carel Dieperink, Mark Wiering, Tom Raadgever, Marleen van Rijswick

Global flood partnership
Tom De Groeve, Jutta Thielen

 

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