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Flood Vulnerability Indices (FVI)

Stefania Florina BALICA, PhD, MSc

Water Science Engineering

The title of my PhD Thesis is "Applying Flood Vulnerability Index as a knowledge base for Flood Risk Assessment".
Published by:
CRC Press/Balkema
PO Box 447, 2300 AK Leiden, the Netherlands
e-mail: - -
ISBN 978-0-415-64157-9 (Taylor & Francis Group)



S.F. Balica, I. Popescu, L. Beevers, N.G. Wright, 2013. Parametric and physically based modelling techniques for flood risk and vulnerability assessment: A comparison, Environmental Modelling & Software, Vol. 41, pg. 84-92

S.F., Balica, Wright, N.G., van der Meulen, F., 2012. A flood vulnerability index for coastal cities and its use in assessing climate change impacts, Natural Hazards, Vol. 52, Springer Publisher, ISSN 0921-030X

S.F., Balica, 2012. Approaches of understanding vulnerability indices developments to natural disasters, Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, June, 2012, Vol. 11 (5)

Q., Dinh, S.F., Balica, I., Popescu, Jonoski, A., (2012). Climate change impact on flood hazard, vulnerability and risk of the Long Xuyen Quadrangle in the Mekong Delta, International Journal of River Basin Management, 10:1, 103-120

S.F., Balica, N.G., Wright, (2010). Reducing the complexity of Flood Vulnerability Index, Environmental Hazard Journal, EHJ, 9 (4). 321 - 339. ISSN 1747-7891

Balica S.F., Douben N., Wright N.G., (2009a). Flood Vulnerability Indices at Varying Spatial Scales, Water Science and Technology Journal, WST 60.10. 2009, pg. 2571-2580

S.F., Balica, N.G., Wright, (2009b). A network of knowledge on applying an indicator-based methodology for minimizing flood vulnerability, Hydrological Processes Journal. Volume 23 (20), pages 2983-2986, 25th of August 2009