11th Nov 2019

Flood risk is often thought of as probability; a chance that an event may happen with increased chance resulting in increased risk. However, with climate change bringing increased rainfall and an increase in the frequency and severity of storms and flood events, will this impact how we see the probability of these events? And how will this affect our current understanding of flood risk?  

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