Alternative Urban Flood Controlby Parviz Monadjemi,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: North American Water and Environment Congress & Destructive Water
Abstract: The hydrological impact of urban growth on urban ecology, water resources, and specifically on urban flooding has been profound. Urban growth in Iran, assuming the continuation of past trends, presents alarming statistics. As the urban areas have expanded, the surfaces contributing to runoff have increased and the destructive flooding in urban areas has been extensive. The problems, including loss of lives, are aggravated by the old practice of using open canals for flood-water conveyance.
Subject Headings: Floods | Urban development | Urban areas | Municipal water | Water resources | Aquatic habitats | Developing countries | Hydrology | Iran | Middle East
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