Deniliquin 2014 Conference Papers

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Conference Papers

  • Andrew Sheehan – Creating Communication Pathways to Help Incorporate Local Knowledge into Emergency Management and Decision Making 
  • Bill Moorhouse – The Lismore Levee System and the Lessons Learnt – 2002 to 2013 
  • Caroline Wenger – Climate Change Adaptation and Flooding: Australia’s Statutory and Institutional Arrangements 
  • Charlotte Splietoff – Development of a State-Wide Framework for the Regulation of Levees in Queensland 
  • Craig Mackay – New Systems for Managing Natural and Artificial Wetland Flooding in the Murrumbidgee Valley 
  • Daniel Manolache – Living Behind a Levee: Surviving Another One-In-A-Century Flood in Partnership with the Insurance Company. Lessons Learned from Hurricane Sandy 
  • Darren Lyons – Living Behind Levees – the Yenda Case Study 
  • David Guest – Using Major Water Supply Dams for Flood Mitigation and the Potential Impacts Downstream 
  • David Murray – Charleville Flood Management: Moving Beyond Physical Mitigation 
  • David Tetley – Emergency Response Planning Classification at the Sub-Precinct Scale 
  • Duncan McLuckie – Updating National Guidance on Best Practice in Flood Risk Management 
  • Duncan McLuckie – Developing a Systematic Approach to Monitoring the Condition of Levees in NSW 
  • Duncan McLuckie – Development of Practical Guidance for Coincidence of Catchment Flooding and Oceanic Inundation
  • Ellen Tromp – Levees in a Changing Environment: Flexible Strategic Land Use Planning 
  • Erin Askew – The Importance of Detailed Flood Information for Levee Design and Upgrade 
  • Hamid Mirfenderesk – Flood Mitigation Works and Planning Levels, a Policy Rethink? The Gold Coast Experience
  • Jessica Walker – Increasing the Resilience of Horticultural and Agricultural Systems to Future Flood Events in the Highly Productive Laidley Creek Valley
  • John Wall – Darwin Flash Flooding – Is a Levee the Solution? 
  • Malcolm Styles – Storm Recovery Post 2011 and 2012 Victoria – Local Government’s Experiences from the North and North-West Regions
  • Mark Babister – Is the Best Available Information Fit for Purpose? 
  • Mark Foreman – Brisbane River Catchment Flood Study – Managing Multiple Stakeholders and Community Expectations 
  • Mark Forest – Truckee River Flood Control, The Unique Challenges Associated with the Use of Levees As a Flood Protection Measure
  • Michael Edwards – Getting Levee Management Right in Victoria 
  • Mohammad Mojtahedi – Flood Disaster Risk Management In NSW Transport Infrastructure: Councils’ Approaches 
  • Neil Dufty – What is Flood Resilience Education? 
  • Paul Grech – Fitting Flood Risk Management into the New NSW Planning Act 
  • Paul Hart – Community Led Flood Mitigation – 10 Years of Successful Implementation by the Moray Flood Alleviation Group, Scotland 
  • Philip Smith – International Best Practice and the Design of Australian Levees
  • Philip Young – Shaping Brisbane’s Built Form to Increase Resilience to Flooding
  • Richard Dewar – Maitland – The City of Levees. Do They Help or Hinder? 
  • Rudy Van Drie – A Flood (hazard) Mapping Framework Covering All of the ACT Using Radar Rainfall 
  • Sarah Budd – The UK Government response to the 2013/2014 UK flooding 
  • Simon Opper – NSW Urban Levees Review Project: Improving Our Knowledge and Management of Flood Levees for NSW 
  • Steve Molino – Are There Better Ways to Quantify Flood Risk to Life? 
  • Steve Muncaster – FloodZoom – Empowering Intelligent Flood Planning and Response
  • Tariq Maqsood – Flood Vulnerability Research at Geoscience Australia
  • Warwick Bishop – Proof-of-concept Hydrodynamic Model and Marine and Atmospheric Forecast Data Assimilation for Flood Forecasting in the Gippsland Lakes


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

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