عنوان مقاله [English]
Flood has destructive effects on the social, economic and environmentaround world and flood management is able to decrease destructive effect of a flood. Because of the multi-dimensional impacts of floods, application of multi criteria decision making as a decision tool will be useful in flood management. In this article, analytical hierarchy process (AHP) and evaluation and mixed criteria (EVAMIX) models are used for the ranking of seven flood management measures in Gorganrood River flood management project, including non-project condition, Golestan reservoir management, levee construction, construction of diversion channel, flood forecasting and warning system, flood insurance, and flood warning system and flood insurance integration. Eleven criteria including expected average number of casualties, recovery rate, gradual rate, expected annual damage, safety feeling, employment rate, public participation, landscape protection, wildlife habitat conservation, water quality conservation and technical feasibility and performance were used for evaluation of the measures. Ranking results shows that these two models were contradict just in first and second rank, So that, the AHP allocated Golestan reservoir measure in first place and EVAMIX preferred flood warning system and flood insurance integration measure. But the other ranks were the same in both of the models. Thus, the models didn't rank measures so differently, but nomination of the best measure was different to each other
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