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Application of the AIGA flash flood warning method to the 15th of June 2010 event on the Nartuby and Argens rivers (South of France)

Abstract : Flash flood forecasting at ungauged sites is one of the most difficult tasks in operational hydrology. The post-event analysis of catastrophic events offers the possibility to really appreciate the usefulness of warnings emitted during the crisis. This poster presents results obtained by the operational AIGA warning method during the dramatic 15th of June 2010 flood on the Nartuby and Argens rivers (South of France, 25 human fatalities).
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P. Javelle, Dimitri Defrance, Yann Aubert, S. Diss, P. Cantet, et al.. Application of the AIGA flash flood warning method to the 15th of June 2010 event on the Nartuby and Argens rivers (South of France). 2nd EGU Leonardo Conference on the Hydrological Cycle - Looking at catchment in colours, Nov 2010, Luxembourg, Luxembourg. pp.1, 2010. ⟨hal-02595129⟩

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