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The impact of climate change has become stronger in recent years, climate change has increased hydrometeorological disasters in which flooding is one of the natural disaster risks that have a strong impact on the economy. Bac Ninh province has a lot of industrial zones, thus, the study and assessment of flood damage to Bac Ninh industry is urgent. The study uses Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method to estimate flood damage for industrial areas in Bac Ninh province. This study uses satellite images, land use map and flooded area of Bac Ninh province data to build a matrix to determine the weight of the vulnerability. The study results have calculated the vulnerability weight according to the land use situation, built a vulnerability map for the whole Bac Ninh province and assessment of industrial damage due to flooding for each district of Bac Ninh province.
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Tri, D.Q.; Tuyet, Q.T.T.; Nhat, N.V. Assessment of the vulnerability to flooding in industrial areas in Bac Ninh Province. VN J. Hydrometeorol. 2022, 13, 14-24.
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