Improving Flood Management, Prediction and Monitoring: Case Studies in Asia Vol: 20

Zulkifli Yusop
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Azmi Aris
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Nor Eliza Alias
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

Kogila Vani Annammala
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia

William L. Waugh, Jr.
Georgia State University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787565524
Published:
21 Nov 2018
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
156 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Community, Environment and Disaster Risk Management
Flood risk management requires a multi-disciplinary approach with experts from the fields of health, town planning, civil engineering, computer science and mathematical statistics.  
This volume presents chapters highlighting the methodologies and tools developed to improve flood management and flood risk reduction. Chapters in this important volume consider research on Emerging economies and developing countries and the case studies are focused in Malaysia, China and South-East Asia. The book presents key research from areas of the globe where flood management has not traditionally been studied but where the effects of climate change and natural disasters present huge challenges for societies in the region.
This volume, edited by leaders in the field of disaster management, would of be particular interest to students, researchers and policy specialists involved with examining flood related risk reduction methods and systems for key decision makers.
Chapter 1. Adaptation Strategies for Flood Mitigation in Pahang River Basin; Nor Diana Mohd Idris, Chamhuri Siwar, Rospidah Ghazali and Nurul Ashikin Alias  
Chapter 2. Application of Interactive Dam Safety Decision Support System (INSPIRE) For Flood Emergency Response Plan (ERP) of Sultan Abu Bakar Dam Malaysia; Lariyah Mohd Sidek, Hidayah Basri, Hairun Aishah Mohiyaden, Nur Farazuien Md. Said, Mohd Ruzaimei Yalit, Hamdan Basri, and Rahsidi Sabri Muda  
Chapter 3. Burden of Health Related Issues and Community Empowerment in Malaysia’s East Coast Flood; Sharifa Ezat Wan Puteh, Chamhuri Siwar, Rozita Hod, Azmawati Mohammed Nawi, Idayu Badilla Idris, Izzah Syazwani Ahmad, Nor Diana Mohd Idris, Nurul Ashikin Alias, and Mohd Raihan Taha 
Chapter 4. Derivation of Region Specific Curve Number for an Improved Runoff Prediction Accuracy; Lloyd Ling & Zulkifli Yusop  
Chapter 5. Environmental Forensics: A Multi-Catchment Approach to Detect Origin of Sediment Featuring Two Pilot Projects in Malaysia; Kogila Vani Annammala, Anand Nainar, Abdul Rahim Mohd Yusoff, Zulkifli Yusop, Kawi Bidin, Rory Peter Dominic Walsh, William H. Blake, Faizuan Abdullah, Dhinesh Sugumaran, and Khuneswari Gopal Pillay  
Chapter 6. Evaluating Transportation Modes and Routes for Disaster Relief in Kelantan Using Geographical Information System; M.Wafiy Adli Ramli, Nor Eliza Alias & Shazwin Mat Taib  
Chapter 7. Experimental Investigation on Lightweight Composite Slab for Floating Structures; Jun Xiu Low, Poi Ngian Shek, and Mahmood Md Tahir  
Chapter 8. Facts and Trends of Urban Exposure to Flash Flood: A Case of Kuala Lumpur City; Tariqur Rahman Bhuiyan, Mohammad Imam Hasan Reza, Er Ah Choy, Joy Jacqueline Pereira 
Chapter 9. Flood Disaster Management in Sungai Pahang Basin: Case of Temerloh; Nurul Ashikin Alias, Chamhuri Siwar, Mohd Khairi Ismail, and Nor Diana Mohd Idris  
Chapter 10. Flood Disaster Prediction Model Based on Artificial Neural Network: A Case Study of Kuala Kangsar, Perak; Nurul Syarafina Shahrir, Norulhusna Ahmad, Robiah Ahmad & Rudzidatul Akmam Dziyauddin 
Chapter 11. Flood Monitoring System Using Mobile Scada Based On Multiple Environment Indications; Nurul Iman Mohd Sa’at, Salwani Mohd Daud &Teddy Mantoro  
Chapter 12. Kelantan Daily Rainfall Data Sets: Persistence in Nature; Siti Mariam Norrulashikin, Fadhilah Yusof, Zulkifli Yusop, Ibrahim Lawal Kane, Norizzati Salleh, and Aaishah Radziah Jamaludin  
Chapter 13. Performance of Time Based and Non-Time Based Clustering in the Identification of River Discharge Patterns; Nur Syazwin Mansor, Norhaiza Ahmad, and Arien Heryansyah 
Zulkifli Yusop is a Professor of Environmental Hydrology and Dean of Sustainable Resources Research Alliance at UTM, Malaysia. He has strong national and international linkages with the Malaysian International Hydrological Program, Malaysian Water Association, International Water Association, European Union (EU) and others through research and consultancy services. 
Azmi Aris is a Professor of Environmental Engineering and the Director of Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Water Security (IPASA), UTM. He specializes in water pollution control. He works closely with government and private agencies for the protection of the water environment and sustainable management of water resources.  
Nor Eliza Alias is a Senior Lecturer in School of Civil Engineering and a research fellow of the Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Water Security (IPASA), UTM. She is involved in national and international research and consultancies projects related to extreme rainfall events, flood, disaster management and climate change. 
Kogila Vani Annammala is a Senior Lecturer in School of Civil Engineering and a research fellow of the Centre for Environmental Sustainability and Water Security (IPASA), UTM. Her research focuses on erosion and sediment sources and transport using natural and artificial sediment properties in exploring catchment response to disturbances. 
William L. Waugh, Jr., PhD, is Professor Emeritus in Public Management and Policy at Georgia State University. His books include Living with Hazards, Dealing with Disasters (2000), Emergency Management: Principles and Practice for Local Government, 2nd Edition (2007), and Recovering from Catastrophic Disaster in Asia (2017).

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