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Flood Risk Management in England: A Changing Landscape of Risk Responsibility?

Flood Risk Management in England: A Changing Landscape of Risk Responsibility?

International Journal of Water Resources Development 24(4): 513-525

Flood risk management (FRM) in England is undergoing a major paradigm shift as it moves from an ideology dominated by flood defence to one in which the management of all floods, their probabilities and consequences is now of central concern.

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DOI: 10.1080/07900620801923146

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