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  List of Accepted Contributions - NH2.03 Uncertainty and non stationarity in flood risk predictions (co-listed in HS)

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Di Baldassarre, G.; Castellarin, A.; Horritt, M.S.; Bates, P.D.; Brath, A.
A numerical approach for identifying the optimal cross-section distance in one-dimensional hydraulic models

Schumann, G; Matgen, P; Pappenberger, F; Cutler, M; Black, A; Hoffmann, L; Pfister, L
Reducing uncertainties in flood modelling using (uncertain) remotely sensed water stages

Markus, M.; Hejazi, M.; Yang, L.
Uncertainties in design rainfall and flood peaks based on period of record, region and statistical distributions in northeastern Illinois

Thieken, A.H.; Olschewski, A.; Merz, B.; Kobsch, S.; Kreibich, H.
Validation of flood loss models

Chennu, S; Gresillon, J-M; Dartus, D; Poulard, C; Faure, J-B; Maubourguet, M-M; Leblois, E
Flood mitigation via dispersed hydraulic structures at watershed scale

Kučić, K.; Mikoš, M.
Using L-moments to Statistically Determine High and Extreme Flows in Slovenia

Chung, C; Journeay, M
Prediction model for refining flood hazard assessment: Application to risk reduction planning in Squamish, BC, Canada

Merz, B.; Stuck, J.
Clustering of floods in Germany

Bray, M; Han, D
Analysis of weather radar and raingauges for flood forecasting

Dunne, S; McGrath, R; Lynch, P; Semmler, T; Wang, S; Hanafin, J; Nolan, P
Impact of Climate Change on River Flooding in Irish catchments

Büttner, O.
The influence of topographic and mesh resolution in 2D hydrodynamic modelling for floodplains and urban areas

Neuhold, C.; Stanzel, Ph.; Nachtnebel, H.-P.
Modelling morphological changes during floods utilised as impact on flood risk assessment.

Buchwald, I.; Belli, A.; Haberlandt, U.
Estimating extreme Floods using disaggregated Rainfall Time Series and continuous Rainfall Runoff Modelling

Vorogushyn, S.; Apel, H.; Lindenschmidt, K.-E.; Merz, B.
Probabilistic flood hazard maps under consideration of dike failures

Stanzel, Ph.; Neuhold, C.; Nachtnebel, H.P.
Estimation of design floods for ungauged basins in an alpine watershed

Rust, H. W.; Kallache, M.; Kropp, J.
Effects of Ignoring or Imposing Long-Range Dependence on the Uncertainty of Return Level Estimates

Apel, H.; Merz, B.; Thieken, A. H.
Influence of dike breaches on flood frequency estimation

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