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Integrating the ex post and ex ante approaches to flood damage estimation



Integrating the ex post and ex ante approaches to flood damage estimation



Agrekon 38(4): 548-558



The ex post and ex ante approaches are commonly used to estimate flood damage. During the most recent phase of flood damage research carried out by researchers of the Department of Agricultural Economics (UOFS), the ex post and ex ante approaches were integrated to estimate flood damage in the Mfolozi floodplain.

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