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Table of Contents
Pilot Study on the Strength of Dikes of the River Lek in the Netherlands using a GIS-based Method Developed by Fugro (FAST4DMAP®) Future of the IJssel Delta: an Example of Contemporary River Basin Management and Adaptation to Climate Change Coastal Storm Surge and Flood Modeling Due to Natural Hazards The UK Flood Risk Management Research Consortium: New Technologies for Floodplain Inundation Mapping A New Method for Decision Support in Flood Management, Aimed at Societal Consensus Building Dutch Advances in Monitoring Systems for Early Warning and Prevention of Levee Breaches Flood Protection and the Development of a Flood Risk Management Policy in the Netherlands Innovations in Levee Design, Monitoring and Safety Control in the Netherlands The Risk of Flooding in the Netherlands Preparing for the Future with Wide Coastal Zones and Space for Rivers, the New Dutch Approach The Role of a Modern Flood Forecasting System in the Flood Loss Mitigation - A Country Wide Case in England and Wales Advances in the Numerical Modeling of Floods