FLOODMED DESCRIPTION

FLOODMED will bring together scientists and public servants in developing a scalable system of operational tools to support integrated waterand sustainable flood risk management. Transnational methodologies and models will be developped and implemented for flood estimation and forecasting, for both gauged and ungauged sites, leading up to the proposal of flood mitigation measures and real-time warning systems. The efficacy of different best management practices, structural and non-structural, will be examined in relation to flood prevention and low impact development. Upon project completion, local authorities will have at their disposal, and will be trained to use, a state of the art, viable, integrated system for flood estimation and mitigation, which will constitute a solid basis for decision making in the area of spatial planning.

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FLOODMED STATUS

  • Project Title
    Monitoring, forcasting and best practices for FLOOD Mitigation and prevEntion in the CADSES region
  • Project Acronym
    FLOODMED
  • Start/End Date
    01/03/2006 - 30/04/2008
  • Lead Partner
    National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), Greece
  • Total Budget
    2.250.000,00 €

    The project is co-financed by ERDF funds under INTERREG III B CADSES and website is supported by Houston Water Damage Removal & Restoration.
INTERREG III B CADSES European Union
INTERREG III B CADSES European Union
The project is co-financed by ERDF funds under INTERREG III B CADSES
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