Kempsey 2002 Conference Papers
- Bewsher, Drew – How are Council Managing their Overland Flow Risks?
- Clarence Valley Floods
- Druery, Bruce – Making Flood Data Accessible
- Dutton, Mike – The Major Floods of the Macleay River
- Evans, Glenn – Returning the Tide to Hexham Swamp Achieving a Balance of Flood Control and Environmental Improvement
- FMA Proposed Research and Development Agenda Final Report April 2002
- Galloway Jr, Gerald E – Leadership in Planning for Floods
- Gibbins, David – A Strategic Approach to Flood Risk Management Across Newcastle: Neither Short Nor Simple?
- Gibbs, Jane – Environmental Considerations in Floodplain Management
- Gissing, Andrew – Business in the Macleay: Commercial Flood Damage Kempsey 2001
- Kemsley, Ron – Macleay River Floodplain Project
- Kierce, Sharyn – Benefits of Flood Mitigation in Australia
- McKay, Gordon – Kempsey: 40 Years of Flood Forecasting
- Mcluckie, Duncan – Cooperative Management of Flood Investigations
- Molino, Steven – Bells and Whistles, Belts and Braces: Designing an Integrated Flood Warning System for the Hawkesbury Nepean Valley
- O’Loughlin, Kevin– NSW Flood Warning Consultative Committee Annual Report 2001/2002
- Pfister, Neil – Flood Warnings: Recent Lessons Learned and Developments Under Way
- Pfister, Neil – The Role of the New South Wales State Emergency Service in Flood Management
- Phillips, B C – Mitigating the Impacts of Rural Floods in the Urban Areas of the City of Glenorchy
- Rigby, E H – The Impact of Blockages on Flood Behaviour in the Wollongong Storm of August 1998
- Rogencamp, Greg – Applications of the Lower Clarence River 2D Flood Model in Floodplain Management
- Silver, Michael – To Levee or Not to Levee
- Webb, Steve – The Lower Macleay Plan: Managing the Floodplain in Flood and Non-flood Times
- Wielinga, Ashley – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Upgrading a Town Levee System
- Withnall, Bruce – Rural vs Urban Responses to Flooding in the Lower Macleay
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