Managing Flood Risk : The Case for Change (2005)
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PublisherCentre for Advanced Engineering, University of Canterbury
The purpose of this report is to state the case for, and likely contents of, an improved approach to flood risk management in New Zealand. It does so by reassessing past flood mitigation practices, by promoting current best practice from New Zealand and abroad, and by identifying issues likely to impact on this approach and of the implications of implementing it.
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