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Determination of Flood Reduction Alternatives for responding to climate change in Gyeongan Watershed
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 18, Issue 2,  2016, pp.154-165
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2016.18.2.154
 Title & Authors
Determination of Flood Reduction Alternatives for responding to climate change in Gyeongan Watershed
Han, Daegun; Choi, Changhyun; Kim, Duckhwan; Jung, Jaewon; Kim, Jungwook; Kim, Soo Jun;
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 Abstract
Recently, the frequency of extreme rainfall event has increased due to climate change and impermeable area also has increased due to rapid urbanization. Therefore, we ought to prepare countermeasures for flood reduction to reduce the damage. To consider climate change, the frequency based rainfall was calculated according to the aimed period(reference : 1971~2010, Target period I : 2011~2040, Target period II : 2041~2070, Target period III : 2071~2100) and the flood discharge was also calculated by climate change using HEC-HMS model. Also, the flood elevation was calculated by each alternative through HEC-RAS model, setting 5 sizes of drainage pumps and reservoirs respectively. The flood map was constructed using topographical data and flood elevation, and the economic analysis was conducted for reduction of flood damage using Multi dimension - Flood Damage Analysis, MD-FDA. As a result of the analysis on the flood control effect, a head of drainage pump was reduced by 0.06m up to 0.44m while it was reduced by 0.01m up to 1.86m in the case of a detention pond. The flooded area shrunk by up to 32.64% from 0.3% and inundation depth also dropped. As a result of a comparison of the Benefit/Cost index estimated by the economic analysis, detention pond E in period I and pump D in period II and III were deemed appropriate as an alternative for climate change. The results are expected to be used as good practices when implementing the flood control works considering climate change.
 Keywords
Climate change scenarios;Multi-Dimensional Flood Damage Analysis;Economic analysis;Selection of Flood reduction alternative;
 Language
Korean
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