Gosford 2010 Conference Papers

Conference Papers

  • Barthelmess, Anthony – The Development of a Predictive Flood Warning System to Manage Flood Isolation Risk for Lame Illawara
  • Beiningen, Kea – Current, Innovative, and Standardized Elevation Data for Flood Modelling in Australia: The Murry Darling Basin
  • Bewsher, Drew – Mapping Overland Flowpaths – Good Practice or Political Suicide?
  • Bleechmore, Judith – Community FloodSafe – Increasing Resiliance in Urban Communities Facing Flood Risk
  • Boyd, Wilton – A Flood of Disasters: Our Legacy?
  • Buchanan, Philip – Redesign of a Regional City to Address Flooding Issues – Including Overland Flooding, Estuary Flooding & Sea Level Rise
  • Collier, Louise – Managing Flood Risk as Part of the Green Square Town Centre Urban Renewal
  • Coombs, Chris – Vegetation Maintenance Treatment of Kahibah Creek to Control Flood Levels
  • Dey, Ashis – Complexities in Overland Flow Patterns in an Urbanized Catchment
  • De Silva, Nilmini – Transition to a Water Sensitive City: European Study Tour
  • De Silva, Nilmini – Is Inundation Resulting from Basin & Dam Failiure, ‘Flooding’?
  • Druery, Cameron – Overland Flood Risk Exposure – A Rapid Appraisal Method
  • Gissing, Andrew – Future Challenges and Directions of Flood Emergency Management
  • Green, Janice – Revision of the Design Rainfall Intensity-Frequency-Duration (IFD) Estimates for Australia
  • Haines, Philip – Concept Flood Risk Planning in Newcastle
  • Hossain, Akhter – Flood Planning Controls for a Rural Floodplain
  • Hurrell, Graeme – ICOLLs: Can We Save Developement Along Their Foreshores Form Sea Level Rise or Are They Doomed?
  • Hyde, Amanda – Managing Floodgates for Environmental and Flood Management Outcomes: the Hexham Swamp Rehabilitation Project
  • Leigh, Roy – Flood Information for Insurance Purposes
  • Love, Eddie – Sea Level Rise in Gosford
  • Mark, Ian – Why should I Evacuate when the Levee isn’t Predicted to Overtop
  • McAneney, John – Govenrnment Responsabilities in respect of Flood Insurance
  • McConnell, David – A Flood or Not a Flood: The Insurance Conundrum
  • McKay, Gordon – Bureau of Meteorology Warning Service for the May 2009 NSW North Coast Floods
  • McLuckie, Duncan – Adaptation for the Impacts of Climate Change on Flood Risk
  • Mirfenderesk, Hamid – A Flood Forecast System for Short Duration Floods
  • Molino, Steven – Flood Risk Mapping. A Risky Business
  • Morris, Ken – Improving Resiliance with FloodWise
  • Rahman, Ataur – Regional Flood Estimates in Australia: An Overview of the Study in Relation to the Upgrade of Australian Rainfall and Runoff
  • Ribbons, Sue – Adaptation to Climate Change and Sea Level Rise – An Update on the Challenges Facing Local Government
  • Riedel, George – How Communities and States Influence National Policy Now and in the Future Through National Organization
  • Runcie, Robert – Flood and Coastal Risk Management in England and Wales
  • Runcie, Robert – UK Environment Agency Presentation
  • Shield, Susan – The Changing Face of Flood Modelling
  • Swabey, Stephen – Alluvial Fan Flash Flooding and the Significance of Earthquakes
  • Thomas, Chris – Procedures for Floodway Definition – Is there a Uniform Approach
  • Thomson, Rhys – Leichhardt Flood Study – Why Not Just do it All at Once?
  • Thomson, Rhys – Managing Overland Flow – From Definition to Policy
  • Toohey, Royce – Has Your Flood Study a Use-Buy Date?
  • Turner, Mark – Floodplain Management: The Engineer’s Role
  • Tysoe, Vic – The Complexity of Preparing Management Plans for Small Creeks with Existing Development in the Floodplain
  • Wainwright, David – A Framework for Probabilistic Berm Height Determination – Application to ICOLL Flood Studies
  • Wallace, Sharon – Evacuation for Everyone: Integrating Flood Models and Evacuation Timetables
  • Wilson, Peter – Seventy Watercourses and Wetlands Building Successful Partnerships in Floodplain Management
  • Wood, Michael – Implementation of Lismore’s Floodplain Risk Management Plan – 2002 to 2010
  • Yeo, Stephen – Using Flood Intelligence to Inform Emergency Response
  • Yeo, Stephen – Lessons from 20 Years or Community Consultation

 

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

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