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Flood routing The term 'Flood routing' as it applies to the area of coastlines can be defined as ' the attenuating effect of storage on a river-flood passing through a valley by reason of a feature acting as control (e.g. a reservoir with a spillway capacity less than the flood inflow, or the widening or narrowing of a valley)'.
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