GIS Water-Balance Approach to Support Surface Water Flood-Risk Management

@inproceedings{DiazNieto2012GISWA,
  title={GIS Water-Balance Approach to Support Surface Water Flood-Risk Management},
  author={J. Diaz-Nieto and David N. Lerner and Adrian J. Saul and John Michael Blanksby},
  year={2012}
}
Controversy has arisen as to whether the lack of appropriate consideration to surface water flood risk in urban spatial planning is reducing the capacity to manage urban flood risk. A screening tool is required which would allow spatial planners to identify potential surface water flood risks and explore their management opportunities. An urban water balance approach is presented. The hypothesis is that key hydrological characteristics, storage volume and location, flow paths, and surface water… CONTINUE READING

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