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Compound floods resulting from co-occurrence or successive occurrence of high coastal water levels and peak river discharges may lead to significant impacts due to simultaneous inundation from interacting drivers. In a changing climate, the extreme river discharges together with storm surges and Relative Sea Level Rise (RSLR, the combination of lan...
Compound flood hazards in coastal areas, which are expected to aggravate in a changing climate, result from the concurrent or successive (d-day lagged) occurrence of high coastal water levels (HCWL) and high river discharge. Although recent attribution studies, at local to continental scales across Europe and several other regions, have shown compo...
Compound flooding in coastal regions, that is, the simultaneous or successive occurrence of high sea levels and high river flows, is expected to increase in a warmer world. To date, however, there is no robust evidence on projected changes in compound flooding for northwestern Europe. We combine projected storm surges and river floods with probabil...