Batemans Bay 2012 Conference Papers

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Conference Papers

  • Archer, Shani – An Ocean of Inundation – Managing Coastal Floodplain Inundation Risks
  • Aziz, Abdul – Flood Intelligence in Managing Floodplain A Wimmera Prospect
  • Caddis, Ben – Towards a Catchment Based Model after Two Decades of Modelling in the Richmond
  • Charlwood, Jilly – Use of Social Media During a Flood Event
  • Cornelius, Steven – Experience and Techniques in Modelling Urban Stormwater Networks and Overland Flow Paths
  • Davie, Erin – Making the Most of Local Flood Management Planning in Melbourne’s Municipalities and the Port Phillip and Westernport Region
  • Druery, Cameron – Responding to the Brisbane Flood – An Insurance Perspective
  • Dufty, Neil – Why are People so Unkind? Unravelling Community Responses to Floodplain and Emergency Management
  • Gray, Stephen – How Much Time Do We Have? The Variability of Riverine Flood Water Routing Speed
  • Groppa, Frederico – Improving Accuracy, Lead Time and Contingency in Fluvial Flood Forecasts to Enhance Emergence Management
  • Laine, Raymond – Decision Support: Informing Flood Management
  • Lustig, Terry – Could the Insurance Industry Help Make Floodplain Management Sustainable?
  • Manolache, Daniel – Planning Maps and Flood Maps, Key Elements of Floodplain Management and Effective Permanent on Emergency Flood Protection of Property
  • Marquez, Bel – Dam Breach Inundation Mapping Guidance and Simplified Dam Breach Modelling and Mapping
  • McKay, Gordon – Bureau of Meteorology’s 50th Year of Riding the Flood of Change to Provide Flood Warning Services for NSW
  • McPherson, Bronson – Preliminary Examination of Coast and Catchment Flooding Interaction from the Data
  • McLuckie, Duncan – Monitoring the Condition of Levees to Inform Decision Making
  • Mirfenderesk, Hamid – Application of Future Scenario Planning to Flood Risk Management
  • Molino, Steven – Do We Understand What Is An Acceptable Risk? The People of Australia Have Their Say
  • Pepper, Austen – From Speculation, to Understanding, to Development: the Evolution of the NSW Flood Database Project
  • Rogencamp, Greg – The Lockyer Creek Flood of January 2011: What Happened and How Should We Manage Hazard for Rare Floods
  • Rowe, Jane – Gippsland Lakes Flood Warning System – A Collaboration of Science, Planning and Community
  • Tetley, David – How to Ensure Technical Consistency and Excellence throughout a Multi-Year Flood Study Program
  • Thomas, C R – Refinement of Procedures for Determining Floodway Extent
  • Thomson, Rhys – Identifying Flood Control Lots in the Hornsby LGA
  • Sellers, Erin – So Just How Exceptional Is Fairfield? Contesting the 100 Year ARI Plus 0.5 Meter Flood Planning Level
  • Sharpe, Richard – Back to Nature – Can Revegetation of Riparina Zones Benefit Flood Risk Management?
  • Smith, Grantley – Modelling the Influence of Building on Flood Flow
  • Spurway, Peter – Floodplain and Ocean Inundation Assessments that Don’t Break the Bank
  • Stephens, Kerryn – The Risky Business of ICOLL Entrance Management
  • Wallace, Sharon – Stormwater Flooding in Bankstown – The Hidden Threat, a Consistent Approach to Managing the Risk
  • Wicks, Jon – New Technologies from the UK to Support Flood Risk Management
  • You, Bob – Estimation of Extreme Water Levels as NSW Coastal Entrances



Unless specifically noted Conference Papers and Presentations have not been peer-reviewed.

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