Development of a Property-Based Flood GIS
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Coastal flooding is threatening both natural habitats and urban areas. This project investigates the feasibility of developing a property-based flood GIS for residential areas located close to the shoreline. Using high-resolution topography and cadastral data, together with the ArcGIS Model Builder, coastal flooding can be modelled on a property-by-property level. It will be shown that high-resolution topography, including flood visualisation, is important when investigating and mitigating the impact of coastal flooding on residential areas.
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