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The real cost of flooding to households
C. H. Green
|Statement||C.H. Green, D.J. Parker, P.J. Emery ; (edited by Eleonore Kofman).|
|Series||Geography and planning paper -- no.12|
|Contributions||Parker, D. J., Emery, P. J., Kofman, Eleonore., Middlesex Polytechnic. Flood Hazard Research Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||38|
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Get this from a library. The real cost of flooding to households: intangible costs. [C H Green; Dennis J Parker; P J Emery; Eleonore Kofman; Middlesex. The Costs of Flooding on Households.
given repeat flooding, will help in limiting the cost of repairs up to as much as 73 per cent for properties with a 20 per cent annual chance of flooding. The real key here is that the term “ year flood” is a bogus number, used only by insurance agencies to determine your risk factor for filing a claim These “ year floods” are actually more likely to occur every 30 years (the typical term for a normal home mortgage) and just because you live outside of one of these designated.
THE PREVALENCE AND COST OF URBAN FLOODING: A CASE STUDY OF COOK COUNTY, IL. ABOUT THE CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD TECHNOLOGY. The Center for Neighborhood Technology (CNT) is an award-winning innovations laboratory for urban sustainability. SinceCNT has been working to show urban communities in Chicago and across the country.
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In July,Hurricane Claudette deposited a U.S. record of 43 in. ( cm) of rain in Alvin, Tex., in 24 hours. Hurricane Katrina in Aug.,led to extensive and devastating storm-surge flooding along the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts, and the failure of several levees in the New Orleans area resulted in hundreds of deaths.
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Each major section of the book starts with a map showing the changes to the world as the sea level creeps up and up. But the science it, as is typical of Baxter, quite real, quite believable and all rather scary/5.
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And according to the Third National Climate Assessment, heavy, sudden storms – the kind most likely to overwhelm our. "When the Floods Came" is a tightly woven mix of suspense, mystery and intrigue set in a Britain ravaged by flooding, its population decimated by the deadly Hoffman virus.
Among the survivors are the Polanskis an educated and talented family who's lived for 20 years in the heart of England isolated from the outside world in a high rise flat /5.The adaptive cycle is typically used to describe natural-resource based systems, and has been critiqued from the social sciences as inadequately accounting for the political nature of human behavior and social interactions (Davidson,Brown,Tanner et al., ).Nevertheless, the concept of “poverty traps” as described in the adaptive cycle provides both a metaphorical Cited by: Storm Dennis is set to batter Britain today with Met Office weather warnings for wind and rain covering virtually whole country.