Flood Management in a Changing Climate

BY ASSOCIATED PROGRAMME ON FLOOD MANAGEMENT (APFM), WORLD METEOROLOGICAL ORGANIZATION (WMO) | 24 AUG 2009
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APFM Technical Document No. 14, Flood Management Tools Series
The central theme of this tool is to bring the different aspects of climate variability and climate change as it effects flood risks with the aim to show possibilities of how they can be managed successfully. It will be argued that only the combination of spatial, technical and organizational
measures will lead to a more sustainable and effective management of increasing flood risks under climate change regime. Based on a holistic paradigm of Integrated Flood Management this paper is structured into three main chapters.

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