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A methodology for flood risk appraisal in Lithuania

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This paper presents a methodology for flood risk mapping as envisaged by the Directive on the Assessment and Management of Flood Risks [Directive 2007/60/EC]. Specifically, we aimed at identifying the types of flood damage that can be estimated given data availability in Lithuania. Furthermore, we present the main sources of data and the associated cost functions. The methodology covers the following main types of flood threats: risk to inhabitants, risk to economic activity, and social risk. A multi-criteria framework for aggregation of different risks is proposed to provide a comprehensive appraisal of flood risk. On the basis of the proposed research, flood risk maps have been prepared for Lithuania. These maps are available for each type of flood risk (i.e. inhabitants, economic losses, social risk) as well as for aggregate risk. The results indicate that flood risk management is crucial for western and central Lithuania, whereas other parts of the country are not likely to suffer from significant losses due to flooding.

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Economic incentives in land reclamation sector in Lithuania

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Journal of Water and Land Development
The Journal of Polish Academy of Sciences Committee on Agronomic Sciences, Section of Land Reclamation and Environmental Engineering in Agriculture and Institute of Technology and Life Sciences in Falenty
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Impact of climate fluctuations on the spring runoff regime with regard to rivers in Lithuania

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The size of the external patchwork of fields as an indicator of the need for land consolidation and exchange in the villages of the commune of Drzewica

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Emissions of nitrogen and phosphorus into rivers from agricultural land – selected controversial issues/ Ładunki azotu i fosforu wprowadzane do rzek z terenów rolniczych – wybrane dyskusyjne problemy

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Annual runoff coefficient in the Cerhovický Stream catchment

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Estimation of parametric flood hydrograph determined by means of Strupczewski method in the Vistula and Odra catchments

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Sustainable agriculture: The study on farmers’ perception and practices regarding nutrient management and limiting losses

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Regional modelling with flood-duration-frequency approach in the middle Cheliff watershed

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