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    • St.Genchev*, K.Boyanova* *National Institiute of Geophysics, Geodesy and Geography, Department ofGeography, acad.G.Bonchev str., bl.No3,Sofia, Bulgaria.(E-mail: st.genchev85@abv.bg , kboyanova@kig-bg.org)
    • INTRODUCTION FLOODS AS HAZARDOUS NATURAL DISASTER CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LANDSCAPE FEATURES AND THE QUANTITY OF RIVER WATER
    • DESCRIPTION OF THE YANTRA RIVER BASINFigure 1. The Yantra river basin
    •  GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE AREA ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND LANDSCAPE TYPES IN THE DIVISION OF THE YANTRA RIVER BASIN FEATURES OF THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS IN THE AREA
    • FLOODS RISK ASSESSMENT ASSESSMENT OF THE CONDITIONS DESCRIPTION OF DANGEROUS WATER RISES
    • Floods in Yantra river (1991 – 1998).
    • FLOOD RISK MODELING DESCRIPTION OF THE CHOSEN APPROACH INDICATORS USED FOR THE CREATION OF THE SPATIAL MODEL EXPLANATION AND DESCRIPTION OF THE METHOD USED IN THE MODEL
    • CONCLUSIONS AIM OF THE PAPER – VISUALISING THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE ABILITY OF LANDSCAPES TO MAINTAIN WATER LEVELS AND POTENTIAL RISK OF FLOODING
    • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION