Title Quantifying flood risks in the Netherlands.
Author Jongejan, R. B. ; Maaskant, B.
Journal Risk Analysis.. 2014.
Abstract The Flood Risk in the Netherlands project (Dutch acronym: VNK2) is a large-scale probabilistic risk assessment for all major levee systems in the Netherlands. This article provides an overview of the methods and techniques used in the VNK2 project. It also discusses two examples that illustrate the potential of quantitative flood risk assessments such as VNK2 to improve flood risk management processes: (i) informing political debates about the risks of flooding and the effectiveness of risk management actions, and (ii) (re)directing research efforts towards important sources of uncertainty.
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Subject: Risk management
Flood
Political impact
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10590/2927
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