Informing adaptation to changing flood risks
We are at the forefront of methodologies for flood risk analysis and reliability analysis of flood defence systems. These methods have underpinned the National Flood Risk Assessment in England and the Environment Agency’s Long-Term Investment Scenarios. We work on adaptation of flood protection systems in the face of climate change and nature-based solutions for flood alleviation.
Verschuur, J., Koks, E., Haque, A. and Hall, J.W. (2020) Prioritising resilience policies to reduce welfare losses from natural disasters: a case study for coastal Bangladesh, Global Environmental Change.
Adnan, M.S.G., Abdullah, A.Y.M., Dewan, A. and Hall, J.W. (2020) The effects of changing land use and flood hazard on poverty in coastal Bangladesh, Land Use Policy.
Adnan, M.S.G., Talchabhadel, R., Nakagawa, R. and Hall, J.W. (2020) The potential of Tidal River Management for flood alleviation in South Western Bangladesh, Science of the Total Environment.
Hu, X., Pant, R., Huang, J., Surminski, S. and Hall, J.W. (2019) Multi-scale assessment of the economic impacts of flooding: Evidence from firm to macro level analysis in Chinese manufacturing sector, Sustainability.