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International Journal of River Basin Management 2018 Issue 3

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18084 Lessons learned from the 2016 Yangtze River flood in Anhui province, China
Shifeng Huang; Hongtao Wan; Changzhi Li; Hongbin Zhang; Xiaotao Cheng
2018
18085 FLOODSS: Iowa flood information system as a generalized flood cyberinfrastructure
Yusuf Sermet; Enes Yildirim; Muhammed Ali Sit; Ibrahim Demir
2018
18086 Adaptive delta management: a comparison between the Netherlands and Bangladesh Delta Program
William Veerbeek; Chris Zevenbergen; Jos Van Alphen; Shah Alam Khan; Catharien Terwisscha Van Scheltinga
2018
18087 Experiences in developing and applying decision support systems for strategic flood risk management
N. Asselman; H. Van Der Most; K. Slager
2018
18088 Towards integrated flood management along the lower Rhine and Mississippi Rivers and the international legacy of the 2005 New Orleans Hurricanes Katrina–Rita flood disaster
Paul F. Hudson
2018
18089 A Brief review of flood forecasting techniques and their applications
Sharad Kumar Jain; Pankaj Mani; Pavithra Prakash; Vijay P. Singh; Desiree Tullos; Sanjay K. Jain; Sanjay Kumar; S. P. Agarwal; A. P. Dimri
2018
18090 Flood risk management approaches and tools for mitigation strategies of coastal submersions and preparedness of crisis management in France*
Marc Erlich; Agnes Cabal
2018
18091 The challenge of integrated flood risk governance: case studies in Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada
Margot Hurlbert
2018
18092 JRBM special issue on flood risk management and resilience
Marian Muste
2018
18093 Serious gaming for participatory planning of multi-hazard mitigation
Harvey Hill; Mary Windsor; Ibrahim Demir; Rolf Olsen; Marian Muste; Deborah Bathke; Tonya Haigh; Jason Smith; Nicole Wall; Andrea Carson
2018

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