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Coastal inundation and damage exposure estimation: a case study for Jakarta \ Natural hazards : journal of the International Society for the Prevention and Mitigation of Natural Hazards [Scientific article]
Ward, P.J. \ Marfai, M.A. \ Yulianto, F. \ Hizbaron, D.R. \ Aerts, J.C.J.H. \ 2011
Coastal flooding poses serious threats to coastal areas, and the vulnerability of coastal communities and economic sectors to flooding will increase in the coming decades due to environmental and socioeconomic changes. It is increasingly recognised t ...
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Jakarta climate adaptation tools : project definition workshop, Jakarta, 18 Jan. 2011 [Presentation]
Ward, P.J. \ Marfai, M.A. \ 2011
Presentation at Delta Alliance/LIPI workshop, 18 January 2011, Jakarta, Indonesia.
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Flood risk management in Jakarta \ Deltas in Times of Climate Change International Conference, 30 Sept 2010 [Conference proceedings]
Ward, P.J. \ Marfai, M.A. \ Pauw, W.P. \ Bonte, R. \ Elings, C. \ Poerbandono, R. \ Hizbaron, D.R. \ Yulianto, F. \ Julian, M.M. \ 2010
Cities are particularly vulnerable to floods as they have high population and infrastructure densities. As a result of expected future environmental and socioeconomic changes, the vulnerability of coastal cities to both coastal and riverine flooding ...
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A tale of two cities: governance lessons for flood risk managament in a time of climate change : the cases of Jakarta and Rotterdam [Presentation]
Ward, P.J. \ Pauw, P. \ Buuren, A. van \ Marfai, M.A. \ 2010
Presentation at Public Administration and Development symposium. City University of Hong Kong, 8-9 July 2010, Hong Kong, China.
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