Welcome to the MCM-Online 2017/18. Please click on an item below:

MCM Handbook Online Store

Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management:
Handbook for Economic Appraisal 2017

A step-by-step guide to flood benefits appraisal.
Includes FHRC’s full suite of economic depth-damage data.
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Port William - David Baird

© David Baird

MCM-Online Tasters

A series of “tasters” for a future MCM-Online update, including a local (financial) version of Handbook Chapter 5 (Non-Residential Properties). Additional mini-tasters for assessing heritage assets, tourism sites, reputational impacts and others.
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Botley Road 999s - EPR picture

© Edmund Penning-Rowsell

Improving FCERM projects and benefits assessments

 

 

© Neville Goodman

 Assessing the Impact of Flooding on Agriculture

James Bentall

© James Bentall

 Flood Risk to Business

PARs

© Environment Agency

Archive of PARs and StARs

Contains a large selection of Project Appraisal Reports (PARs) and Strategy Appraisal Reports (StARs) from the last decade.
The Archive is complimented by various Flood Risk Assessments, Summary Reports and Scrutiny Inquiry documents.
Updated for the 2016-17 Licence period.
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Bibliography

An Annotated Flood Risk Management Bibliography

The focus of this bibliography is firstly, flood risk management, and secondly, flood-related Cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and multi-criteria analysis (MCA).
Contains Over 300 abstracts providing information on methods and techniques available elsewhere.
Updated for the 2016-17 Licence period.
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CONHAZ

CONHAZ

EU FP7 Costs of Natural Hazards (CONHAZ) Project

An overview of the EU-funded CONHAZ Project, concerned with the cost assessments of damages, prevention and responses to natural hazards.
Includes a Guidance for assessing flood lossesand the Synthesis Report Costs of Natural Hazards.
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CH2M - Quantifying the benefits of FRM

Environment Agency/CH2M

Quantifying the benefits of flood risk management actions and advice

New tools to help quantify the benefits of flood risk management, developed by a team of researchers from Jeremy Benn Associates and the Flood Hazard Research Centre led by CH2M and funded by the Environment Agency and Defra Joint R&D Programme.
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