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More than fear induction : toward an understanding of people's motivation to be well-prepared for emergencies in flood prone areas \ Risk analysis [Scientific article]
Boer, J. de \ Botzen, W.J.W. \ Terpstra, T. \ 2015
This article examines the extent and manner to which evaluations of flood-related precautions are affected by an individual's motivation and perception of context. It argues that the relationship between risk perception and flood risk preparedness ca ...
A realistic assessment of fluvial and coastal flood risk in England and Wales \ Transactions / Institute of British Geographers [Scientific article]
Penning-Rowsell, E. \ 2015
Accurate national-scale economic assessments of flood risk should, first, allow policy and resource allocation to be determined sensibly by relating both to the scale of that risk and, second, provide a benchmark against which any possible future cha ...
Strategic flood management: ten ‘golden rules’ to guide a sound approach \ International journal of river basin management / International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research (IAHR), International Network of Basin Organizations (INBO) [Scientific article]
Sayers, P. \ Galloway, G. \ Penning-Rowsell, E. \ Yuanyuan, L. \ Fuxin, S. \ Yiwei, C. \ Kang, W. \ Quesne, T. Le \ Wang, L. \ Guan, Y. \ 2015
Over recent decades, remarkable progress in cultivating the concepts of flood risk management has taken place across countries as diverse as India, China, Australia, the UK and the USA. This change highlights a risk management paradigm as potentially ...
Economic optimization of flood prevention systems in the Netherlands \ Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change : an international journal devoted to scientific, engineering, socio-economic and policy responses to environmental change [Scientific article]
Tsimopoulou, V. \ Kok, M. \ Vrijling, J.K. \ 2015
After the flood disaster of 1953, the Netherlands adopted a rational approach to flood risk management with the use of protection standards determined by means of costbenefit analysis. Due to scientific and political developments that have recently t ...
A review of damage-reducing measures to manage fluvial flood risks in a changing climate \ Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change : an international journal devoted to scientific, engineering, socio-economic and policy responses to environmental change [Scientific article]
Kreibich, H. \ Bubeck, P. \ Vliet, M. van \ Moel, H. de \ 2015
This review analyses potentials of land-use planning and private flood precautionary measures as components of adaptation strategies for global change. Focus is on their implementation, their damage-reducing effects and their potential contribution t ...
System robustness analysis in support of flood and drought risk management [PhD thesis]
Mens, M.J.P. \ 2015
Floods and droughts cause increasingly large impacts on societies worldwide. The probability of these extreme events is also expected to increase due to climate change. Water management primarily tries to protect against floods and droughts, for exam ...
Evaluating the effect of flood damage-reducing measures: a case study of the unembanked area of Rotterdam, the Netherlands \ Regional environmental change [Scientific article]
Moel, H. de \ Vliet, M. van \ Aerts, J.C.J.H. \ 2014
Empirical evidence of increasing flood damages and the prospect of climatic change has initiated discussions in the flood management community on how to effectively manage flood risks. In the Netherlands, the framework of multi-layer safety (MLS) has ...
You have been framed! : how antecedents of information need mediate the effects of risk communication messages \ Risk analysis [Scientific article]
Terpstra, T. \ Zaalberg, R. \ Boer, J. de \ Botzen, W.J.W. \ 2014
This study investigates the processes that mediate the effects of framing flood risks on people's information needs. Insight into the effects of risk frames is important for developing balanced risk communication that explains both risks and benefits ...
Why are decisions in flood disaster management so poorly supported by information from flood models? \ Environmental modelling & software [Scientific article]
Leskens, J.G. \ Brugnach, M. \ Hoekstra, A.Y. \ Schuurmans, W. \ 2014
In this paper we analyze the use of flood simulation models in flood disaster management, which takes place from about 1 to 5 days in advance of a potential flood. Specifically in this period, the potential consequences of a flood can be importantly ...
Improving flood risk communication by focusing on prevention-focused motivation \ Risk analysis [Scientific article]
Boer, J. de \ Botzen, W.J.W. \ Terpstra, T. \ 2014
This article proposes an approach to flood risk communication that gives particular emphasis to the distinction between prevention and promotion motivation. The article describes how the insights worked out in practice, using a flood risk communicati ...
Verzekeren van overstromingsschade [Brochure]
Kok, M. \ Vliet, L. van \ Klijn, F. \ 2014
In deze deltafact wordt inzicht gegeven in de manier waarop in Nederland nu met de schade als gevolg van overstromingen wordt omgegaan, en wordt een overzicht gegeven van de argumenten die leiden tot de verschillende stellingnames. Zo blijkt bijvoorb ...
Including climate change projections in probabilistic flood risk assessment \ Journal of flood risk management [Scientific article]
Ward, P.J. \ Pelt, S.C. van \ Keizer, O. de \ Beersma, J.J. \ Hurk, B.J.J.M. van den \ Linde, A.H. te \ Aerts, J.C.J.H. \ 2014
This paper demonstrates a framework for producing probabilistic flood risk estimates, focusing on two sections of the Rhine River. We used an ensemble of six (bias-corrected) regional climate model (RCM) future simulations to create a 3000-year time- ...
Flood risk assessment for delta mega-cities : a case study of Jakarta \ Natural hazards : journal of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards [Scientific article]
Budiyono, B. \ Aerts, J.C.J.H. \ Brinkman, J.J. \ Marfai, M.A. \ Ward, P.J. \ 2014
Jakarta has suffered major floods in 2002, 2007, and 2013. To cope with and adapt to both the current and future flood problem, the city requires quantitative assessments of flood risk. In this study, we develop a flood risk assessment model for Jaka ...
Community responses and adaptation strategies toward flood hazard in Jakarta, Indonesia \ Natural hazards : journal of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards [Scientific article]
Marfai, M.A. \ Sekaranom, A.B. \ Ward, P.J. \ 2014
Jakarta, as the capital of the Republic of Indonesia, has long been known to be at risk from flood hazard. It is increasingly recognized that community responses and adaptation strategies are essential for planning future mitigation action. In order ...
Uncertainty and sensitivity of flood risk calculations for a dike ring in the south of the Netherlands \ The science of the total environment : an international journal for scientific research into the environment and its relationship with man [Scientific article]
Moel, H. de \ Bouwer, L.M. \ Aerts, J.C.J.H. \ 2014
A central tool in risk management is the exceedance-probability loss (EPL) curve, which denotes the probabilities of damages being exceeded or equalled. These curves are used for a number of purposes, including the calculation of the expected annual ...
Increasing flood exposure in the Netherlands: implications for risk financing \ Natural hazards and earth system sciences / European Geosciences Union [Scientific article]
Jongman, B. \ Koks, E.E. \ Husby, T.G. \ Ward, P.J. \ 2014
The effectiveness of disaster risk management and financing mechanisms depends on an accurate assessment of current and future hazard exposure. The increasing availability of detailed data offers policy makers and the insurance sector new opportuniti ...
Promoting resilient economies by exploring insurance potential for facing coastal flooding and erosion : evidence from Italy, Spain, France and United Kingdom \ Coastal engineering : an international journal for coastal, harbour and offshore engineers [Scientific article]
Davila, O.G. \ Stithou, M. \ Pescaroli, G. \ Pietrantoni, L. \ Koundouri, P. \ Diaz-Simal, P. \ Rulleau, B. \ Touili, N. \ Hissel, F. \ Penning-Rowsell, E. \ 2014
Insurance against natural perils such as flooding can be considered a significant element in coastal management. It can offer not only much-needed support to accelerate economic and social recovery following a disaster (coastal resilience) but also c ...
The added value of system robustness analysis for flood risk management \ Natural hazards and earth system sciences / European Geosciences Union [Scientific article]
Mens, M.J.P. \ Klijn, F. \ 2014
Decision makers in fluvial flood risk management increasingly acknowledge that they have to prepare for extreme events. Flood risk is the most common basis on which to compare flood risk-reducing strategies. To take uncertainties into account the cri ...
The distributional consequences of future flood risk management in England and Wales \ Environment and planning. Part C, Government and policy [Scientific article]
Penning-Rowsell, E. \ Pardoe, J. \ 2014
Much flood risk management (FRM) research has examined the predicted increased burden of risk from future climate change. In contrast, this paper examines the changing funding regime for FRM and arrangements for flood insurance in the UK today. These ...
The evolution of UK flood insurance: incremental change over six decades \ International journal of water resources development [Scientific article]
Penning-Rowsell, E.C. \ Priest, S. \ Johnson, C. \ 2014
In this paper, the authors' theorizing shifts away from the catalytic role of the flood itself – or other crises – towards a deeper understanding of the relationship between change and stability, taking the example of UK flood insurance and the agree ...
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