COMBINED EFFECT OF STORM SURGE AND OVERLAND FLOW ON FLOODING IN A COASTAL URBAN AREA
AbstractThe coastal regions in the U.S. East Coast and the Gulf of Mexico are under the risk of storm surge and precipitation-driven flooding. The adverse impacts of climate change including sea level rise (SLR), potential increase in intensity and frequency of extreme storms, and increase in precipitation intensity increases the vulnerability of coastal communities to flooding. The common practice for flood hazard assessment in urban coastal areas can result in some errors as the effect of storm surge and overland flow are not considered simultaneously. In this study, we combine the results of two hydrodynamic models, one for overland flow and the other for storm surge inundation, to develop an improved approach for flood hazard assessment.
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Tahvildari, N., Sahu, A., Shen, Y., Morsy, M., & Goodall, J. (2018). COMBINED EFFECT OF STORM SURGE AND OVERLAND FLOW ON FLOODING IN A COASTAL URBAN AREA. Coastal Engineering Proceedings, 1(36), currents.52. https://doi.org/10.9753/icce.v36.currents.52
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