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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH2.04 Risk assessments of complex flood situations (co-listed in HS)

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Lindquist, E.
Extreme urban flooding as a focusing event: the case of Tropical Storm Allison

Apel, H.; Aronica, G. T.; Kreibich, H.; Thieken, A. H.
Flood risk assessment strategies – a comparative study

Rodda, H; Shankar, U; Grabbert, J
A spatial analysis of historical river flood events in Norway and Sweden

El kadi Abderrezzak, K.; Paquier, A.
Modelling of flash flood propagation in urban areas using 2-D hydraulic numerical models

d. h. Meier, d.h.M; j. a. Meier, j.a.M
The impact of karst stream flow losses on flood plain mapping, Camden and Laclede Counties, Missouri, USA

Kreibich, H.; Thieken, A.H.
Main factors influencing the damage due to high groundwater inundation

Vrijling, J.K.
Flood risk analysis in The Netherlands

Perkins, T.
The two-dimensional nature of the lower Skagit River basin and its affect on making tough political decisions (withdrawn)

Proverbs, D; Lamond, J
Putting a value on repair; a modular approach to assessing the costs of flood damage

Llorente-Isidro, M.; Diez-Herrero, A.; Lain-Huerta, L.
PRIGEO Flood hazard map: new insights for risk assessment tools

Kohnova, S.; Parajka, J.; Szolgay, J.; Hlavcova, K.
Extreme Precipitation Mapping for Flood Risk Assessment in Ungauged Basins of Slovakia

Seifert, I.; Kreibich, H.; Thieken, A.; Merz, B.
Application of an empirical model for the estimation of flood losses in the business sector

Ruch, C. A.; Jřrgensen, G.; Schatzl, R.
Including flood mapping in forecasting systems

Bálint, G.; Zempléni, A.; Prokaj, V.; Bozsó, D.; Csík, A.; Gauzer, B.
River flow simulations for the Tisza Basin in Hungary to estimate the uncertainty generated by superposition and coincidence of floods

Sudhaus, D.; Seidel, J.; Bürger, K.; Dostal, P.; Glaser, R.; Mayer, H.
Determining Flood Discharges of past Flood Events using historical River Profiles (withdrawn)

Seidel, J.; Dostal, P.; Bürger, K.; Glaser, R. ; Mayer, H.
Reconstruction and Analysis of 19th century Floods in SW-Germany. Case Studies of the extreme Floods in 1824 and 1882 (withdrawn)

de Moel, H.; Aerts, J.
Flood risk mapping in Europe: A comparative evaluation of methods, availability and applications

Kreibich, H.; Hristova, B.; Thieken, A.H.
Analysis of the difference of flood impact and damage during riverine floods, flash floods and levee breaches

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