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Methodology for a DSS to support long-term Flood Risk Management Planning
McGahey, C. (2009). Methodology for a DSS to support long-term Flood Risk Management Planning. HR Wallingford: UK. xii, 132 pp.

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    Decision support · Flood risk · Flood Risk Assessment · Flood risk management · Flood risk management · strategy · process · planning

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  • McGahey, C.

Abstract
    This report is Deliverable 18-2 which describes the conceptual, methodological and technological frameworks and how these are implemented for three pilot sites - the Thames, Schelde and Elbe - through prototype decision or ‘discussion’ support tools. The report describes the generic interactions between all relevant factors that drive and influence flood risk management in the long term and how these may be enacted within the three prototype DSS tools.

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