IFM approach for flood mitigation in watershed scale

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A method for all stakeholders to participate in decision making. The purpose of IFM is optimum use of flood opportunities with minimum flood damages to society and environment. It is a new approach whereby all aspects of flood issues – including: technical, social, economical, environmental, Institutional and legal aspects – are considered in flood management decisions. Case study: Kan Basin” was studies for a watershed in Tehran province, Iran. Selected strategies are given to  stakeholders for them to select the final combined strategy to be implemented in the watershed. In the second category, duties of the agencies and institutions are as assigned through the prepared Incident ‍Command System (ICS) and Emergeny Action Plan (EAP) for reduction of the remained flood risk in time of the crisis.