By Vujica Yevjevich (auth.), John Gardiner, Ödön Starosolszky, Vujica Yevjevich (eds.)
Defence from Floods and Floodplain Management discusses all facets of floodplain administration relating to defence from floods, together with particular concerns resembling the upkeep of flood defences, and divulges many elements of a extra holistic method of the administration of flood danger, increasing the structural/non-structural debate into prevention and medication within the floodplain and its catchment. contemporary event in lots of nations is acknowledged through specialists from Hungary, Austria, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, the united kingdom and the USA.
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Defence from Floods and Floodplain Management by Vujica Yevjevich (auth.), John Gardiner, Ödön Starosolszky, Vujica Yevjevich (eds.)