Coverage related to the publication of Nature Communications paper entitled "Trends in flood losses in Europe over the past 150 years" on 29 May 2018.

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TitleNRC checkt: Klimaatverandering zorgt niet voor meer schade in Europa
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletNRC Handelsblad
Media typePrint
CountryNetherlands
Date23/06/18
PersonsD. Paprotny, A.G. Sebastian, S.N. Jonkman, O. Morales Napoles
TitleONDERZOEK: Bewijs voor toename schade door overstromingen ontbreekt
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletam:web
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date4/06/18
URLhttps://www.amweb.nl/schade/nieuws/2018/06/onderzoek-bewijs-voor-toename-schade-door-overstromingen-ontbreekt-101110914
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleGeen grotere verliezen in Europa door overstromingen in de afgelopen 150 jaar
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletTU Delft
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date31/05/18
DescriptionMen voorspelt in het algemeen dat door het opwarmende klimaat extreme hydrologische gebeurtenissen in Europa vaker zullen voorkomen en meer schade zullen aanrichten. Onderzoekers van de TU Delft en Rice University (Houston) hebben nu echter aangetoond dat in de afgelopen 150 jaar, na correctie voor economische en demografische veranderingen, financiële verliezen en dodelijke slachtoffers door overstromingen niet zijn toegenomen. Ze publiceren hun bevindingen in Nature Communications.
Producer / AuthorWebredactie
URLhttps://www.tudelft.nl/2018/tu-delft/geen-grotere-verliezen-in-europa-door-overstromingen-in-de-afgelopen-150-jaar/
PersonsD. Paprotny
TitleNo increase in losses in Europe from floods in the past 150 years
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletTU Delft
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date31/05/18
DescriptionExtreme hydrological events are generally predicted to become more frequent and damaging in Europe due to warming climate. Researchers from TU Delft and Rice University (Houston) have now shown that, correcting for economic and demographic changes, there has been no increase in financial losses and fatalities from floods in the last 150 years. They have reported on their findings in Nature Communications.
Producer / AuthorWebredactie
URLhttps://www.tudelft.nl/en/2018/tu-delft/no-increase-in-losses-in-europe-from-floods-in-the-past-150-years/
PersonsD. Paprotny
TitleTU Delft: klimaatverandering zorgt niet voor meer schade in Europa
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletRTL Z
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date31/05/18
URLhttps://www.rtlz.nl/algemeen/binnenland/tu-delft-klimaatverandering-zorgt-niet-voor-meer-schade-in-europa
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleFlooding really was worse in the old days: Deaths and money lost due to severe rainfall has dropped since the 1950s despite climate change
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletThe Daily Mail
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date30/05/18
URLwww.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5787817/Deaths-money-lost-flooding-dropped-1950s-despite-climate-change.html
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleRecords show more floods across Europe over past 150 years, but fewer deaths and financial losses
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name / outletPhys.org
Media typeWeb
CountryIsle Of Man
Date30/05/18
URLhttps://phys.org/news/2018-05-europe-years-deaths-financial-losses.html
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleFlutschäden in Europa sinken
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletSpektrum der Wissenschaft
Media typeWeb
CountryGermany
Date30/05/18
URLhttps://www.spektrum.de/news/flutschaeden-in-europa-sinken/1568478
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleUnwetter in Europa : Nicht mehr Überflutungen als früher
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletDeutschlandfunk
Media typeWeb
CountryGermany
Date30/05/18
URLwww.deutschlandfunk.de/unwetter-in-europa-nicht-mehr-ueberflutungen-als-frueher.676.de.html?dram:article_id=419104
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleFlutschaden in Europa: Meta-Analyse belegt sinkende Kosten
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletDeutschlandfunk
Media typeRadio
CountryGermany
Date30/05/18
DescriptionTransmitted at 16:37
PersonsD. Paprotny, S.N. Jonkman, O. Morales Napoles, A.G. Sebastian
TitleMinder schade door overstromingen
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletNederlands Dagblad
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date30/05/18
URLhttps://www.nd.nl/nieuws/wetenschap/minder-schade-door-overstromingen.3028031.lynkx
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, A.G. Sebastian, S.N. Jonkman
TitleEXTREME FLOOD EVENTS DECREASING IN EUROPE DESPITE GLOBAL WARMING
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletThe Global Warming Policy Forum
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date29/05/18
DescriptionReposted from The Times
URLhttps://www.thegwpf.com/extreme-flood-events-decreasing-in-europe-despite-global-warming/
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleΜεγαλύτερες οι πλημμύρες στην Ευρώπη τα τελευταία 150 χρόνια - Λιγότερα τα θύματα
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletI Kathimerini
Media typeWeb
CountryGreece
Date29/05/18
URLwww.kathimerini.gr/966663/article/epikairothta/episthmh/megalyteres-oi-plhmmyres-sthn-eyrwph-ta-teleytaia-150-xronia---ligotera-ta-8ymata
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian
TitleFlooding really was worse in the old days
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name / outletThe Times
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date29/05/18
Producer / AuthorOliver Moody
URLhttps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/flooding-really-was-worse-in-the-old-days-7ls88dzx2
PersonsD. Paprotny, O. Morales Napoles, S.N. Jonkman, A.G. Sebastian

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Coverage related to the publication of Nature Communications paper entitled "Trends in flood losses in Europe over the past 150 years" on 29 May 2018.

Period29 May 2018 → 23 Jun 2018

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