Hydro-Social Deltas

Relevant literature

A non-exhaustive list of relevant publications by the project partners is listed below. Please get in touch if you cannot access one of these and we will try to provide it. Please see also the references in our project output

Ahsan Bapon N, Warner J F (2014) The socioeconomic vulnerability index: A pragmatic approach for assessing climate-change led risks: A case study in southwestern coastal Bangladesh. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 8(1) 32-49.

Brandimarte L, Di Baldassarre G (2012) Uncertainty in design flood profiles derived by hydraulic modelling, Hydrology Research 43(6) 753-761.

Butterworth J, Warner J F, Moriarty P, Smits S, Batchelor Ch. (2010). Finding practical approaches to integrated water resources management. Water Alternatives 3(1) 68–81.

Di Baldassarre G, Montanari A, Lins H, Koutsoyiannis D, Brandimarte L, Bloeschl G (2010). Flood fatalities in Africa: from diagnosis to mitigation. Geophysical Research Letters 37 L22402.

Di Baldassarre G, Schumann G, Brandimarte L, Bates P D (2010) Timely low resolution SAR Imagery to support floodplain modelling: a case study review. Survey in Geophysics 32(3) 255-269.

Di Baldassarre G, Kooy M, Kemerink J S, Brandimarte L (2013). Towards understanding the dynamic behaviour of floodplains as human-water systems. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 3235-3244.

Di Baldassarre G, Viglione A, Carr G, Kuil L, Salinas J L, Blöschl G (2013). Socio-hydrology: conceptualising human-flood interactions. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 3295-3303.

Frerks G E, Warner J F, Weijs B  (2011) The politics of vulnerability and resilience. Ambiente & Sociedade 14 (2) 105-122.

Hordijk M A, van Eerd M M J, Hofman K A J (eds.) (2007). United Nations in a divided world. University of Amsterdam. Mellen Press, London.

Huq H (2014) Polderisation in Tidal Floodplains: Exploring Impacts on Social Processes in Bangladesh Southwest Delta. UNESCO-IHE Research Report. Click here to download.

Marchand M (2009) Modelling Coastal Vulnerability. Design and evaluation of a vulnerability model for tropical storms and floods. PhD thesis. Delft University of Technology, Delft.

Marchand M, De Bruijn K M, Mens M J P, Slinger J H, Cuppen M E, Krywkow J, van der Veen A (2008) Flood risk management: experiences from the Schelde Estuary. Proc. Int. Conference FLOODrisk 2008, 30 September – 2 October, Oxford.

Marchand M, Heynert K, van der Most H, Penning-Rowsell W E (eds.) (2003) Dealing with flood risks. Proceedings of a seminar on the regional implications of modern flood management. Delft Hydraulics Select Series 1/2003. Delft University Press,  Delft.

Penning-Rowsell E, Sultana P, Thompson P M (2013) The ‘last resort’? Population movement in response to climate-related hazards in Bangladesh. Environmental Science & Policy (27 supplement 1) pp. S44-S59.

Sultana P (2012) Implications of floodplain aquaculture enclosure. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 55(9): 1159-1174.

Sultana P, Thompson P (2012) Learning through networking: Enabling an adaptive learning network of local communities for integrated floodplain management in Bangladesh. In H Ojha, A Hall, R Sulaiman, (eds.) Adaptive Collaborative Approaches in Natural Resource Governance: Rethinking Participation, Learning and Innovation. Earthscan,  London, pp 138-176.

Sultana P, Thompson P (2010) Local institutions for floodplain management in Bangladesh and the influence of the Flood Action Plan. Environmental Hazards 9(1): 26-42.

Sultana P, Johnson C, Thompson P (2008) The impact of major floods on flood policy evolution: insights from Bangladesh. International Journal of River Basin Management 6 (4) 1-10.

Sultana P, Thompson P, Green C (2008) Can England Learn Lessons from Bangladesh in Introducing Participatory Floodplain Management? Water Resources Management 22(3): 357-376.

Van den Dool L, van Eerd M, Ruijsink S, Banerjee B (2011). Local urban knowledge arenas, the importance of being networked. The Broker, pp.18-22. www.thebrokeronline.eu

Van den Dool L, van Eerd M, Ruijsink S (2011) Supporting local urban knowledge arenas. Lambert Academic Publishing.

Van Eerd M, Atiyaye B (2010) Forced evictions, international guidelines and local realities: the case of Abuja, Nigeria. Metropolis Conference, The Hague.

Van Eerd M, Geurts E (2009) Process mapping Nairobi, Kenya. Report for Cordaid, UK.

Van Eerd M (2008). Access of the poor to housing, land and basic services in Abuja, Nigeria. Report for Cordaid, UK.

Van Eerd M (2008) Local initiatives in relocation: the state and NGOs as partners. From research to action. Manohar Publishers, New Delhi.

Van Eerd M (2012) Development-induced displacement and resettlement and the misuse of public interest: comparing international guidelines with national legislation and policies in India. International Journal of Development and Social Research, June 2012

Van Eerd M, Banerjee B (2013) Working Paper on practices on evictions, acquisition, expropriation and compensation. Selected Case Studies. UN-Habitat, GLTN, Nairobi, Kenya.

Van Staveren M F, Warner J F, van Tatenhove J, Wester P  (2014) Let’s bring in the floods: de-poldering in the Netherlands as a strategy for long-term delta survival? Water International 39 (5) 686-700.

Warner J F (2006) Risk, representation and legitimacy of flood management schemes in Bangladesh: The case of FAP-20. Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues 7(1) 31-45.

Warner, J.F.  (2003) Risk regime change and political entrepreneurship. River management in the Netherlands and Bangladesh. In: Pelling M (ed.) Natural Disasters and Development in a Globalizing World. Routledge, London, pp. 185-198.

Warner J F (2008) Emergency river storage in the Ooij polder - A bridge too far? Forms of participation in flood preparedness policy. International Journal of Water Resources Development 24(4) 567-582.

Warner J F (2010) Integration through compartmentalization? Pitfalls of 'poldering' in Bangladesh Nature and Culture 5(1) 65-83.

Warner J F (2011) Flood planning; the politics of water security. IB Tauris, London.

Frerks G, Warner J F, Weijs B (2012) Self-reliance and community involvement in Dutch flood response. In: Kolen B, Hommes S, Huijskes E (eds.) Flood preparedness in The Netherlands: a US perspective.   Netherlands US Water Crisis Research Network, The Hague, p. 49-75.

Warner J F (2013) Dances with wolves. Four Flood Security Frames. In: B. Lankford, K. Bakker, M. Zeitoun, D. Conway (eds.) Water Security: Principles, Perspectives and Practices. Earthscan, London.

Warner J F, Wester P, Vink  M J, Dewulf A  (2015) The politics of scale framing, ambiguity and uncertainty: flood interventions in the Netherlands. In: Norman E S, Cook C, Cohen A (eds) Negotiating Water governance : Why the Politics of Scale Matter. Ashgate, London, pp. 79-99.

Wesselink A (2007) Flood safety in the Netherlands: the Dutch political response to Hurricane Katrina Technology in Society 29 (2) 239-247.

Wesselink A, Bijker W E, de Vriend H J and Krol M S (2007)  Dutch dealings with the Delta  Nature & Culture 2 (2) 188-209.

Wesselink A, de Vriend H J, Barneveld H J, Krol M S and Bijker W E (2009) Hydrology and Hydraulics Expertise in Participatory Processes for Climate Change Adaptation in the Dutch Meuse Water Science and Technology 60 (3) 583-595.

Wesselink A (2009) The emergence of interdisciplinary knowledge in problem focused research Area 41(4) 404-413.

Wesselink A, Reuber J and Krol M S (2006) Anticipating climate change: knowledge use in participatory flood management in the river Meuse European Water 15/16 4-13 European Water Resources Association http://ewra.net/ew/issue_15-16.htm

Wesselink A, Warner J F (2010) Reframing floods: proposals and politics. Nature and Culture 5(1) 1-14.

Wesselink A, Warner J F, Kok M (2013) You gain some funding, you lose some freedom: the ironies of flood protection in Limburg (The Netherlands) Environmental Science and Policy 30(1) 113-124

Winchester P, Marchand M, Penning-Rowsell E W (2006) Promoting sustainable resilience in coastal Andhra Pradesh. In: L McFadden, R Nicholls, E Penning-Rowsell (eds.) Managing Coastal Vulnerability Elsevier, London.