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Current and future flood risk in the Danube region using an open loss modelling framework
Climate informee planning of adaptation actions requires consistent and reliable information about future risks as well as appropropriate tools and services to support comprehensive flood risk assessment and management. ...
Assessing direct flood damages using open data in diverse urban environments
Local flood risk assessments require integration of many detailed data sources from the public and private sector. In the framework of the EIT Climate-KIC Demonstrator project “SaferPLACES”, we explore how openly available ...
A comparative analysis of flood damage models: lessons learnt and future challenges
Flood damage assessment is crucial to address the challenges of climate and socio-economic changes. Researchers and practitioners have developed several damage models to tackle local and regional situations. Particularly ...
Developing multivariable probabilistic flood loss models for companies
Decision-making in flood risk management strongly relies on the accurate estimation of monetary flood loss. Recent advancements in the field promote the use of multivariable flood loss models that consider a multitude of ...
Data integration for rapid flood mapping and impact assessment
Efficient flood disaster response and recovery need rapid flood mapping and impact assessments. Increasing amounts of data are available in near real-time from a growing diversity of sensors and data sources. Therefore we ...