Decision making in flood situations for boezem systems: GDH boezem

Rianne Bijlsma

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Abstract

The Automated Flood Scenario (Geautomatiseerd Draaiboek Hoogwater (GDH) is an automated substitution for current paper based flood scenario’s. The software is originally developed for river systems and support decision makers in taking operational decisions in extreme situations. - It improves control in flood and calamity situations. - It structures actions and information, showing only the relevant information. - It operates on input-parameters (e.g. waterlevel). The GDH concept has been made applicable for boezem systems (Bijlsma, 2005, Bijlsma et al. 2005). The overall question to the research was which adaptations are required to make GDH river suitable for use in boezem systems. Special attention was focused on the question: What information does the boezem manager need as a minimum to take good decisions?
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationNCR-days 2005. Research on river dynamics from geological to operational time scales. 3-5 November 2005, Zwijndrecht
EditorsH.J.T. Weerts, I.L Ritsema, A.G. van Os
Place of PublicationDelft
PublisherNCR
Pages42-43
Publication statusPublished - 3 Nov 2006
EventNCR-days 2005: Research on river dynamics from geological to operational time scales - Zwijndrecht, Netherlands
Duration: 3 Nov 20054 Nov 2005

Publication series

NameNCR publication 29-2005
Number1568-234x

Conference

ConferenceNCR-days 2005
CountryNetherlands
CityZwijndrecht
Period3/11/054/11/05

Keywords

  • IR-67909
  • METIS-237221

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