Case studies on climate change in floodplain mapping. Volume 1 / Natural Resources Canada, Public Safety Canada.: M113-3/5-2018-1E-PDF
"This document aims to advance climate change considerations in floodplain mapping by providing examples of methods used by early adopters. ... The document is complementary to the Climate Change section in the Federal Hydrologic and Hydraulic Procedures for Flood Hazard Delineation and is not intended to be prescriptive nor provide definitive guidance, but rather outline learning opportunities for flood mapping projects and activities across Canada. The examples are documented as case studies and were selected based on a review of current floodplain mapping methods in communities across Canada, identifying those that actively incorporate climate change and were willing to participate in developing the Guideline Series. This series of case studies will be updated periodically as new case studies become available ... Future volumes of this document will include additional case studies as well as an updated introduction to incorporating climate change into floodplain mapping."--Summary of case studies, pages 4-7.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Natural Resources Canada. |
Canada. Public Safety Canada.
|Title||Case studies on climate change in floodplain mapping. Volume 1 / Natural Resources Canada, Public Safety Canada.|
|Series title|| Federal flood mapping guidelines series ; 5 |
Natural Resources Canada, general information product ; 118e
|Publication type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other language editions||[French]|
|Note(s)|| Cover title. |
Issued also in French under title: Études de cas sur les changements climatiques dans la cartographiedes plaines inondables. Volume 1.
Includes bibliographical references.
Annex A: Flood mapping and climate change City of Surrey case study -- Annex B: Flood mapping and climate change case study: integration of climate change in flood mapping in British Columbia's lower mainland -- Fraser River and coast -- Annex C: Flood mapping and climate change: Waterford River case study analysis -- Annex D: Resources for climate change.
|Publishing information|| [Ottawa] : Government of Canada = Gouvernement du Canada, 2018. |
|Description||1 volume (93 variously numbered pages) : colour illustrations.|
|Catalogue number|| |
|Departmental catalogue number||General information product 118e|
|Subject terms|| Floods |
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