Number of items: 4.
Assessing quick-wins to protect critical urban infrastructure from floods. Case study Bangkok, Thailand.
Zevenbergen, C.and van Herk, S. and Escarameia, M. and Gersonius, B. and Serre, D. and Walliman, N. and de Bruijn , K. and Graaf, R.
Journal of Flood Risk Management . (2014)
Evolutionary leap in large-scale flood risk assessment needed.
Vorogushyn, S.and Bates, P.D. and de Bruijn, K. and Castellarin, A. and Kreibich, H. and Priest, S. and Schröter, K. and Bagli, S. and Blöschl, G. and Domeneghetti, A. and Gouldby, B.P. and Klijn, F. and Lammersen, R. and Neal, J.C. and Ridder, N. and Terink, W. and Viavattene, C. and Viglione, A. and Zanardo, S. and Merz, B.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, Early view . ISSN 2049-1948 (2018)
Methods and tools to support real time risk-based flood forecasting - a UK pilot application.
Brown, E.and Bachmann, D. and Cranston, M. and de Leeuw, A. and Boelee, L. and Diermanse, F. and Eilander, D. and De Bruijn, K. and Weerts, A. and Hazelwood, C. and Beckers, J.
In: FLOODrisk 2016, 18-20 October 2016, Lyon, France. (2016)
Modelling mass evacuations to improve the emergency planning for floods in the UK, the Netherlands and North America.
Lumbroso, D.and Johnstone, W. and De Bruijn, K. and Di Mauro, M. and Tagg, A.
In: International Conference on Emergency Preparedness (InterCEPt), the Challenges of Mass Evacuation, 21-23 September 2010, University of Birmingham, UK. (Unpublished) (2010)