Extreme Floods: A History in a Changing Climate

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Floods kill more people and damage more property than any other natural phenomenon known to man. August 2004 was one of the wettest months on record in the United Kingdom. London's sewers overflowed, leading to tonnes of raw effluent being forced into the Thames and the village of Boscastle was devastated by a wall of flash flood water. 2004 ended with tragic tsunami flooding in south-east Asia and then 2005 started with the city of Carlisle, U.K. being totally inundated. Then came Hurricane Katrina. Soon New Orleans, U.S.A ...

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