COASTAL DEFENCE EVALUATION: AN SPRC APPROACH

Dominic Reeve, Jose M. Horrillo-Caraballo, Andrew Fox, Dave Simmonds, Sum Kwan, Shunqi Pan, Deborah Greaves

Abstract


In this paper, we show how the methodology based on the Source-Pathway-Receptor-Consequence (SPRC) approach can be used to identify the risks of flooding and erosion. The methodology is applied to the Teign Estuary in Devon, UK to define the linkages between physical loads (waves, tides), sea defences, areas liable to flooding and the impacts of flooding.

Keywords


flood defence; SPRC; Teign Estuary

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