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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Coastal facilities such as nuclear power plants (NPPs) have to be designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and must, in particular, be protected against coastal floods because it is the most important source of coastal lowlands inundations. Indeed, considering the combination of tide and extreme storm surges (SSs) is a key issue in the evaluation of the risk associated to coastal flooding hazard. Tide and extreme SSs are considered asdoi:10.5194/nhess-2019-407 fatcat:r4ushlur2reknbmtzsrb4j5uea