By Ellen E. Wohl
A entire, interdisciplinary assessment of concerns on the topic of inland flood dangers, this crucial paintings addresses actual controls on flooding, flood strategies and results, and responses to flooding, from the views of human, aquatic, and riparian groups. The individuals, well-known specialists of their fields, draw on examples and case reviews of inland flood risks from world wide. the quantity is exclusive in that it addresses how the nonoccurrence of floods, in organization with stream legislation and different human manipulation of river structures, may possibly create risks for aquatic and riparian groups. This ebook should be a worthwhile source for all execs excited by inland flood dangers.
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