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A Location Intelligence System for the Assessment of Pluvial Flooding Risk and the Identification of Storm Water Pollutant Sources from Roads in Suburbanised Areas

Szymon Szewrański, Jakub Chruściński, Joost van Hoof, Jan Kazak, Małgorzata Świąder, Katarzyna Tokarczyk-Dorociak, Romuald Żmuda
2018 Water  
The aim of this research is to develop a location intelligence system for the assessment of pluvial flooding risks and the identification of storm water pollutant sources from roads in newly-developed  ...  For a rational decision-making process in adaptation and spatial planning, the assessment of pluvial flood risk is essential [44] .  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w10060746 fatcat:sfcowzlevzakxoz22rsxi5isvu

An impact assessment methodology for urban surface runoff quality following best practice treatment

J. Bryan Ellis, D. Michael Revitt, Lian Lundy
2012 Science of the Total Environment  
Abstract The paper develops an easy to apply desk-based semi-quantitative approach for the assessment of residual receiving water quality risks associated with urban surface runoff following its conveyance  ...  The methodology provides an original theoretically based procedure which complements the current acute risk assessment approaches being widely applied within pluvial flood risk management.  ...  Such a joint probability approach is well recognised and accepted (Defra, 2004 ) and a theoretical risk assessment framework using this approach has been developed for urban stormwater flood and pollution  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2011.12.003 pmid:22227301 fatcat:kw2sh5tcrff6xhj4vawishmqs4

Environmental Risk Assessment for Landscape - ecological Planning in the City Vranov nad Topľou

Zuzana Rusičová, Magdaléna Bálintová
2012 Selected Scientific Papers: Journal of Civil Engineering  
In Slovakia, LANDEP methodology based on the principles of sustainable development, is very often used for landscape planning.  ...  The results are used as a base for design of the optimal spatial setting and functional utilization of the land - landscape optimization.  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been supported by the Slovak Grant Agency for Science (Grant No. 1/0882/11).  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10299-012-0005-2 fatcat:v7cf4zb4cva4foexgdf74x5jqa

An Overview of GIS-Based Modeling and Assessment of Mining-Induced Hazards: Soil, Water, and Forest

Jangwon Suh, Sung-Min Kim, Huiuk Yi, Yosoon Choi
2017 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Because GIS is appropriated for the handling of geospatial data in relation to mining-induced hazards, the application and feasibility of exploiting GIS-based modeling and assessment of mining-induced  ...  In this study, current geographic information system (GIS)-based methods and their application for the modeling and assessment of mining-induced hazards were reviewed.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Abbreviations The following abbreviations are used in this manuscript:  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph14121463 pmid:29186922 pmcid:PMC5750882 fatcat:rp2atciivjhehgo77uihrzlaqy

Flood Hazard Information Map Using Geographical Information System (GIS) For Residential Community Resilience

Siti Hafsah Zulkarnain, Muhamad Ali Muhammad Yuzir, Muhammad Najib Razali, Zakri Tarmidi
2019 Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal (E-BPJ)  
The purpose of this research is to develop the residential flood hazard information map using Geographical Information System (GIS) for residential community resilience.  ...  An extensive review of previous studies in flood hazard information map of residential community resilience for different floods disaster studies considered to be a main restrictive factor resulting in  ...  Acknowledgement The researchers wish to express their gratitude to various parties and agencies involved in this research, as follows: a) National Property Information Centre (  ... 
doi:10.21834/e-bpj.v4i10.1632 fatcat:a4bomrd5zvdixbpyjuphfruxea

Assessment of environmental damages in case of flood in Bodva River Basin, Slovakia

Martina Zeleňáková, Peter Blišťan, Ibrahim Alkhalaf, Lenka Gaňová, Lenka Zvijáková
2016 International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering  
In the case of flood, the main damages on the environment may occur as a consequence of accidents at sources of pollution. The issue of pollution sources is a key area of environmental protection.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to assess the impacts of the sources of pollution during floods in the catchment of Bodva River, situated in the south-east part of the Slovak Republic.  ...  The objective of the paper is to propose a methodology which could be used for preliminary flood risk assessment of floods.  ... 
doi:10.2495/safe-v6-n3-498-507 fatcat:5nelmts3ubfrbp5fjrrhc5kasi

A Novel Method for Evaluation of Flood Risk Reduction Strategies: Explanation of ICPR FloRiAn GIS-Tool and Its First Application to the Rhine River Basin

Adrian Schmid-Breton, Gesa Kutschera, Ton Botterhuis, The ICPR Expert Group 'Flood Risk Analysis' (EG HIRI)
2018 Geosciences  
To determine the effects of measures on flood risk, the International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine (ICPR), supported by the engineering consultant HKV has developed a method and a GIS-tool  ...  For each receptor, a method is designed to calculate the impact of flooding and the effect of measures.  ...  Acknowledgments: The contribution is based on the methodology and tool developed together with the HKV consortium and the ICPR expert group HIRI as well as on the calculations carried out.  ... 
doi:10.3390/geosciences8100371 fatcat:dl4fjedbdveurcgbjp2y73ifgq

A flood risk assessment to municipal infrastructure due to changing climate part II: case study

Angela M. Peck, Elisabeth A. Bowering, Slobodan P. Simonovic
2013 Urban Water Journal  
Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the City of London, Delcan Consulting, Upper Thames River Conservation Authority (UTRCA), MPAC, Serge A.  ...  Sauer Map Library at UWO, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS), as well as colleagues Hyung-Il Eum and Dragan Sredojevic whose research  ...  Work done by Eum et al. (2011) provides the hydrologic and hydraulic inputs required for the implementation of the flood risk assessment methodology.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1573062x.2013.781760 fatcat:ojno6o6kvjbuzalsef67qyqm3a

Towards sustainability in underground coal mine closure contexts: A methodology proposal for environmental risk management

Alicja Krzemień, Ana Suárez Sánchez, Pedro Riesgo Fernández, Karsten Zimmermann, Felipe González Coto
2016 Journal of Cleaner Production  
As operational methodologies that can be used as a reference are lacking, the management of environmental risks during and after underground coal mine closures is, in many cases, limited or is developed  ...  ., life cycle assessment, multi-criteria decision analysis, etc.) are widely applied during mine development, operation and closure periods.  ...  The work presented in this paper was performed as part of the MERIDA project (Management of Environmental Risks During and After mine closure) supported by the RFCS under Contract No.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.08.149 fatcat:cmghzbpeqrhmzh7ygne763jtcy

GIS Approach to Flood Risk Mapping

Chris AdebolaOdeyemi, Anthony Peter
2018 International Journal of Social Science and Economics Invention  
in the study area, also it assesses elements at risk in the study area, hence integrate the outcome of these analysis in a GIS environment.  ...  The aim of this study is to evaluate and map flood risk in the study area, using GIS techniques, to achieve this aim, the study has the following objectives, assess the extent and magnitude of flooding  ...  The hazard map as developed in this study represents a framework for a reasonable assessment of flood hazards.  ... 
doi:10.23958/ijssei/vol04-i02/01 fatcat:5qiu2aukyjakxixtzeythhnipy

A Hybrid Approach of Integrating HEC-RAS and GIS Towards the Identification and Assessment of Flood Risk Vulnerability in the City of Jackson, MS

Sudha Yerramilli
2012 American Journal of Geographic Information System  
The present study develops a hybrid approach in identifying flood risk zones and assessing the extent of impact of the hazard by integrating HEC-RAS and GIS technologies.  ...  This GIS-based approach, which allows visualizing and quantifying the results in a spatial format, was applied to the City of Jackson, MS.  ...  The catastrophic effects of flooding disaster can be mitigated by integrating scientifically reliable information obtained from a risk assessment studies developed using this hybrid approach.  ... 
doi:10.5923/j.ajgis.20120101.02 fatcat:qjlg75cf5zdy7dfpjfb6z554ta

A conceptual approach for evaluating the multiple benefits of urban flood management practices

L. Hoang, R.A. Fenner, M. Skenderian
2016 Journal of Flood Risk Management  
We explore the conceptual rationale and describe a detailed methodology for assessing the benefit profile, benefit intensity, and comment on benefit dependencies arising from urban flood management practices  ...  The paper concludes with the implications of the methodology for future multiple benefit evaluation of urban drainage and flood management systems.  ...  (PVU, ultra), as part of the 'Clean Water for All' initiative.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jfr3.12267 fatcat:rogzysambnhubfecire6qbr5ha

An initial screening tool for water resource contamination due to development in the Olympic Park 2012 site, London

A. P. Marchant, V. J. Banks, K. Royse, S. P. Quigley, G. P. Wealthall
2011 Environmental Earth Sciences  
The IST facilitates the ranking of various proposed development scenarios through a semi-quantitative assessment of contamination potential, via a number of pollutant linkages, providing planners with  ...  Following a scoping study the British Geological Survey (BGS) established a project to develop an initial screening tool (IST) to assist the planning community in the assessment of the potential risk to  ...  The IST has achieved its goal of developing a methodology, based on detailed 3-D geological and hydrogeological data, to assist the planning environment in the assessment of the potential risk to groundwater  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12665-010-0872-0 fatcat:xhs5w4uj2bd6hag2bne2dmo5qa

Configuring Green Infrastructure for Urban Runoff and Pollutant Reduction Using an Optimal Number of Units

Carlos Martínez, Arlex Sanchez, Roberto Galindo, Aelaf Mulugeta, Zoran Vojinovic, Alberto Galvis
2018 Water  
The research includes an assessment of the performance of GI measures dealing with pollution load, peak runoff, and flood volume reduction.  ...  In addition, the results also indicate a pollution load, peak runoff, and flood volume reduction for different return periods of at least 33%, 28%, and 60%, respectively.  ...  Conclusions The present paper describes a novel methodological framework that aims to configure GI for urban runoff and pollutant reduction using the optimal number of units.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w10111528 fatcat:uc3hqij34jb2vet5ev7zn64mom

Tool for Quantitative Risk Analysis of Urban Flooding

Julia Kvitsjøen, Dick Karlsson, Trym Teigene, Webjørn Finsland
2021 Water  
The purpose of this study was to develop a tool for dynamic risk evaluation that can be used to fulfil several of the goals in the European Flood Risk Management Directive.  ...  Flood risk analysis was performed as a spatial GIS analysis with the FME software.  ...  The study's primary goal was to develop and test a methodology and tool for the systematization and analysis of hydraulic modelling results for a wide range of risk categories to efficiently analyse the  ... 
doi:10.3390/w13192771 fatcat:5s7eydue7bcmvlkyygjwmmiqzm
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