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References [1] Maftei C., Papatheodorou K., Flash Flood Prone Area Assessment Using Geomorphological and Hydraulic Model. J Environ Prot Ecol, 16 (1), 63 (2015); [2] Sârbu, D. - A Mathematical Model Used to Simulate Floods on The Racu Brook, Ovidius University Annals of Constanta-Series Civil Engineering, Year XIV - Nr. 15, ISSN-1584-5990, pp. 257 - 264, Constanța, 2013; [3] US Army Corps of Engineers, HEC-RAS River Analysis System. User's Manual, USA, Hydrologic Engineering Center

Introduction Flood hazard monitoring covers a wide range of activities: from forecasting rainfalls to monitoring flood infrastructures. The research of flood risk monitoring based on the optical satellite data was conducted as part of the SAFEDAM project – “Advanced technologies in the prevention of flood hazard”. The project is financed by the National Centre for Research and Development in Defence and Security Programme. The aim of the SAFEDAM project is to develop an innovative system enabling the risk of river floods in Poland to be monitored using, inter

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