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News Journal of Flood Risk Management: Second Issue now online - Free access for 2008!

The second issue of the Journal of Flood Risk Management is now available online. Articles published in the journal will be freely available to download throughout 2008 and can be accessed via the journal website www.floodriskmanagement.org.

Hereafter the table of contents.

Vol. 1 Issue 2 2008 (Online ISSN: 1753-318X, Print ISSN: 1753-318X)
http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118902539/home 

Journal of Flood Risk Management: Editorial
Paul Samuels

The impact of upland land management on flooding: insights from a multiscale experimental and modelling programme
B.M. Jackson, H.S. Wheater, N.R. Mcintyre, J. Chell, O.J. Francis, Z. Frogbrook, M. Marshall, B. Reynolds, I. Solloway

Challenges in urban flood management: travelling across spatial and temporal scales
C. Zevenbergen, W. Veerbeek, B. Gersonius, S. van Herk

Using satellite-based rainfall estimates for streamflow modelling: Bagmati Basin
M.S. Shrestha, G.A. Artan, S.R. Bajracharya, R.R. Sharma

After the flood: the health and social consequences of the 2005 Carlisle flood event
I. Convery, C. Bailey

An investigation of the link between beach morphology and wave climate at Duck, NC, USA
J.M. Horrillo-Caraballo, D.E. Reeve

Central European floods 2002: lessons learned in Saxony
M. Socher, G. Böhme-Korn

Contact information Lauren Goozee, Policy Administrator (email: lauren@ciwem.org )
News type Inbrief
File link http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118902539/home
Source of information Journal of Flood Risk Management
Keyword(s) floods, rainfall
Subject(s) NATURAL MEDIUM , RISKS AND CLIMATOLOGY
Relation http://www.semide.net/topics/floods
Geographical coverage International
News date 02/09/2008
Working language(s) ENGLISH
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