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Flood containment is to keep water flow within the river trough to prevent it from overflowing the banks to cause damage. Flood containment barriers, the most commonly used in the world, include dikes or flood walls, which are constructed to protect lives and property of people living on the other side of the embankment.
- Data update： 2018-02-14
- Publish Date： 2012-08-16
- Source： Water Resources Bureau
- Hit Count： 968