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The future of flood hydrology in the UK

Lamb, R., Longfield, S., Manson, S., Cloke, H. L. ORCID:, Pilling, C., Reynard, N., Sheppard, O., Asadullah, A., Vaughan, M., Fowler, H. J. and Beven, K. J. (2022) The future of flood hydrology in the UK. Hydrology Research. ISSN 0029-1277 (In Press)

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A “roadmap” for the future of UK flood hydrology over the next 25 years has been published, based on a wide-ranging and inclusive co-creation process involving more than 270 individuals and 50 organisations from different sectors and disciplines. This paper highlights key features of the roadmap and its development as a community-owned initiative. The roadmap’s relationship with hydrological research and practice is discussed, as is its context within the wider flood risk management innovation landscape, including funding. Whilst the paper has a focus on UK flood hydrology, reflecting the scope of the roadmap, it is also considered in the context of advances in hydrology internationally.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Science > School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science > Department of Geography and Environmental Science
Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Meteorology
ID Code:107201
Publisher:IWA Publishing

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