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  List of Accepted Contributions - IS25 - HS10.4/NH2.6 Floodplain mapping and flood prevention techniques (co-organised by HS & NH)

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Bertermann, D.; Rossner, R.; Schlumprecht, H.
Optimization of the drain-Regulation in hinterlands of low Mountain ranges under the aspect of natural flood retention

Brandimarte, L.; Briaud, J-L.; D'Odorico, P.
Bridge scour risk: how to take into account hydrologic uncertainty?

Castiglioni, S.
Calibration and validation of a 1D model using airborne SAR imagery

Osti, R.; Gautam, M.
Flood hazard mapping and its role on flood disaster management cycle

Ozdemir, H.
Comparison of drainage morphometry and hydraulic modelling results in the view of flooding on the Havran River (Western Turkey)

Mainerici, A.M.
The influence of the hydrotechnic structures in the mitigation of floods.

Campedel, M.; Cozzani, V.; Di Baldassarre, G.
Flood risk assessment for industrial plants. A case study

Hartvich, F.; Jedlicka, J.
Development of automated floodplain delineation tools in the GIS using progressive change of input parameters

Disse, M.; Yörük, A.
Uncertainties in flood modelling

Mosaedi , A; Mohammadi, A; Alaghmand, S
Assessment of Resources of Error in River Sediment Load Estimation

Alaghmand, S; Mohammadi, A
Hydraulic Computer Models for Preparation of River Flood Hazard Map

Merz, B.; Thieken, A.
Flood risk analysis and uncertainty considerations

Unger, F.; Rieger, D.
FloodScan – improvement and simplification of hydraulic 2d-modelling

BALIN, I.; Nichersu, I.; Memier, M.; Marin, E.; Galisson, L.; Constantin, D.; Libralesso, N.; Mierla, M.; Covasnianu, A.; Balin, D.
The high resolution numerical terrain model (DTM) for the whole Romanian Danube plain: a tool for major flood risk assessment (mapping and prevention)

Komma, J.; Bloeschl, G.
Potential of non-structural flood mitigation measures

Boni, G; Castelli, F.; Ferraris, L.; Pierdicca, N.; Serpico, B.; Siccardi, F.; Versace, C.
High resolution COSMO/SkyMed SAR data analysis for flood damage detection: the pilot project Opera for flood damage detection

Segoni, S.; Morelli, S.; Kukavicic, M.; Catani, F.
GPS-based high resolution mapping techniques in the Arno river for a correct flood risk management

Weichel, T.; Schulz, K.
Floodplain mapping – different models to achieve a common purpose

Langhammer, J.
Use of hydromorphological mapping for location of flood risk reduction measures. Case study: Blanice river basin, Czech Republic

Lane, S.N.; Yu, D.
Numerical porosity as an alternative to roughness parameterization for urban inundation modeling

Di Baldassarre, G.; Brath, A.
Flood inundation models for reconstructing historical events and for assessing the effects of levee heightening

Schäppi, B.; Perona, P.; Schneider, P.; Burlando, P.
Integrating river bathymetry data with Digital Terrain Models for improved river flow simulations

Ferraresi, M.; Cocchi, M.; Telo', R.
Flood protection analysis in artificially drained basins: lithology, land use and hydrology

Ferraresi, M.; Cocchi, M.; Telo', R.
Flood protection analysis in artificially drained basins: hydrodynamics and ecology

Strobl, R.O.; Forte, F.
Comparative Study of Various Techniques for the Estimation of Flood Risk Extent

Hajizadeh, A; Raoofian, M
A new idea to alert of Tsunami using of satellites altimetry and MSL

Camorani, G.
Numerical analysis for evaluating the effects of land-subsidence on the hydraulic behaviour of an urban drainage network

Kreibich, H.; Poser, K.; Haubrock, S.
Web-based data acquisition of flood affected people

Camorani, G.; Filippi, F.
High resolution DTM for flood inundation models

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