Tamworth 2011 Conference Papers

Conference Papers

  • Atiquzzaman, M D – Alternative Modelling Approach for Dam Break Analysis
  • Becker, J – Never Drive, Ride or Walk Through Floodwater: Pedestrian and Motorist Behaviour In and Around Floodwater
  • Caddis, B – Challenges of Floodplain Mangement in Malaysian Borneo
  • Davidage, E – Mapping the Overland Flow – Challenges and Achievements
  • Dufty, Neil – Implications of Recent Research in Community Flood Education
  • DuPue, M – Large-Scale Screening for Cost Effective Risk Mitigation Projects
  • Ghanem, P – Navigating the Community Consultation Process – A More Personalised Approach
  • Heubusch, Daniela – Flooding and Entrance Management: Not an Open and Shut Case
  • McKay, Gordon – Timely Data Proves Its Worth for Tamworth in the November 2008 Flood
  • McLuckie, Duncan – Improving Strategic Understanding of Flood Risk Through Better Use of Existing and Future Information
  • Molino, Steven – Are Warnings Working? Achievements and challenges in Getting Communities to Respond
  • Opper, Steve – Community Safety Decision Making in Flash Flood Environments
  • Rogencamp, Greg – Rehabilitating Floodplains by Rehabilitating Flood Models
  • White, T – Managing the Response to the Victorian Spring Floods

Panel Discussion

  • Sommerville, H – The role of Flood Intelligence in Emergency Response – Planning and Implementation


Unless specifically noted Conference Papers and Presentations have not been peer-reviewed.

The information, opinions, and recommendations contained in Conference Papers and Presentations are those of the authors and are not necessarily endorsed by Floodplain Management Australia (FMA). FMA makes no claims as to the accuracy of information contained in Conference Papers and Presentations. Readers must exercise their own judgment as to the suitability of the material for their purposes and should contact the authors if clarification is required.