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    • A novel expert opinion-based approach to compute estimations of flood damage to property in dense urban environments. Barcelona case study 

      Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Forero Ortiz, Edwar Andres; Russo, Beniamino; Locatelli, Luca; Guerrero Hidalga, María; Yubero, Daniel; Castan, Salvador (Elsevier, 2021-07)
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      A certain acceptable level of risk in a major drainage system must be established since urban areas cannot be made entirely free from pluvial flooding. Among the diversity of flood risks in urban areas, direct damage to ...
    • Citizens' perception of combined sewer overflow spills into bathing coastal areas 

      Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Guerrero Hidalga, María; Forero Ortiz, Edwar Andres; Gonzalez Blanco, Susana (2021-09)
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      Once a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) exceeds its capacity, it is necessary to discharge a proportion of the flow to watercourses through combined sewer overflow (CSO) structures. In coastal urban areas, CSO spills may ...
    • Flood depth-damage curves for Spanish urban areas 

      Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Forero Ortiz, Edwar Andres; Guerrero Hidalga, María; Castan, Salvador; Gómez Valentín, Manuel (2020-04)
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      Depth‒damage curves, also known as vulnerability curves, are an essential element of many flood damage models. A relevant characteristic of these curves is their applicability limitations in space and time. The reader will ...
    • Increased urban resilience to climate change: key outputs from the RESCCUE project 

      Velasco, Marc; Russo, Beniamino; Monjo, Robert; Paradinas, César; Djordjevic, S.; Evans, Barry; Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Guerrero Hidalga, María; Cardoso, María Adriana; Salgado Brito, Rita; Pacheco Modesto, David (2020-12)
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      RESCCUE is an H2020 research project that aims to help cities around the world to become more resilient to physical, social, and economic challenges, using the water sector as the central point of the approach. Since 2016, ...
    • Methodology to prioritize climate adaptation measures in urban areas: Barcelona and Bristol case studies 

      Guerrero Hidalga, María; Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Evans, Barry; Webber, James; Termes Rife, Montserrat; Russo, Beniamino; Locatelli, Luca (2020-06)
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      In the current context of fast innovation in the field of urban resilience against extreme weather events, it is becoming more challenging for decision-makers to recognize the most beneficial adaptation measures for their ...
    • Socio-economic assessment of green infrastructure for climate change adaptation in the context of urban drainage planning 

      Locatelli, Luca; Guerrero Hidalga, María; Russo, Beniamino; Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Sunyer, David; Martínez Puentes, Montse (2020-05)
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      Green infrastructure (GI) contributes to improve urban drainage and also has other societal and environmental benefits that grey infrastructure usually does not have. Economic assessment for urban drainage planning and ...
    • Socio-economic potential impacts due to urban pluvial floods in Badalona (Spain) in a context of climate change 

      Martínez Gomariz, Eduardo; Locatelli, Luca; Guerrero Hidalga, María; Russo, Beniamino; Martínez Puentes, Montse (2019-12)
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      Pluvial flooding in Badalona (Spain) occurs during high rainfall intensity events, which in the future could be more frequent according to the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). In ...