Research & Application

Related Publications

  1. Dawson, R.J., Ball, T., Werritty, J., Werritty, A., Hall, J. W., and Roche, N., 2011. Assessing the effectiveness of non-structural flood management measures in the Thames Estuary under conditions of socio-economic and environmental change, Global Environ. Chang., 21: 628–646. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2011.01.013
  2. Dawson, R.J., Peppe, R., Wang, M., 2011. An agent-based model for risk-based flood incident Management. Nat Hazards (2011) 59:167–189. doi: 10.1007/s11069-011-9745-4
  3. Pasche, E., Manojlovic, N., Schertzer, D., Deroubaix, J. F., Tchguirinskaia, I., El Tabach, E., Ashley, R., Newman, R., Douglas, I., Lawson, N., and Garvin, S., 2009. The use of non-structural measures for reducing the flood risk in small urban catchments, Flood Risk Management: Research and Practice, edited by: Allsop, W., Samuels, P.,Harrop, J., and Huntington S., Taylor & Francis Group, London.
  4. Watson, N., Kashefi, E., Medd, W., Walker, G., Tapsell, S., and Twigger-Ross, C. 2009. Institutional and social responses to flooding from a resilience perspective, Flood Risk Management: Research and Practice, edited by: Samuels, P., Huntington, S., Allsop, W., and Harrop, J., 2009 Taylor & Francis Group, London, 2009.
  5. Tapsell, S.M., Penning-Rowsell, E., Tunstall, S M., Wilson, T.L., 2002. Vulnerability to flooding: health and social dimensions, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London A 360, 1511–1525 PMID: 12804263
  6. Pelling, M., 1997. What determines vulnerability to floods; a case study in Georgetown Guyana. Environment and Urbanisation, 9(1): 203-226 doi: 10.1177/095624789700900116