Brisbane 2015 Conference Papers

Conference Papers

  • Babister, Mark – A New Way Of Examining Emergency Response Time And The Benefits Gained From Management Measures
  • Baker, Robert – Taking A Difficult Message To The Community (Peer Review)
  • Ball, James – Implications Of The New ARR For Floodplain Management
  • Barton, Cathie – Brisbane River Catchment Flood Study: Comprehensive Hydraulic Assessment Overview
  • Bates, Bryson – Revision Of Australian Rainfall And Runoff – The Interim Climate Change Guideline
  • Bloss, Chrissie – Building Community Awareness Of Flood Risk In South Australia
  • Brenners, Viktor – The Development Of Coastal Flooding Policy In Victoria
  • Brewster, Roger – Brisbane River Catchment Floodplain Studies: Cooperative Planning For Better Flood Resilience
  • Carroll, Frankie – Building It Back Better To Reduce Risks After Multiple Disaster Events
  • Charalambous, James – Disaster Management Tool – Brisbane River 2D GPU Model
  • Danielsson, Danielle –  Queensland’s State-Of-The-Art Flood Early Warning System Pioneered At Oakey Township
  • Diermanse, Ferdinand – Flood Resilience: European Experience
  • Druery, Cameron – Flood Forecasting – What Can You Do With Your Data?
  • Dufty, Neil – Why Getting People To Write An Emergency Plan May Not Be The Best Approach
  • Frazer, Ainslie – Local Overland Flooding – The NSW Experience
  • Ghetti, Isabelle – Sea-Ing Change – Land Use And Emergency Planning For Existing And Future Flood Risk Due To Sea Level Rise
  • Gray, Leonie – Flood Detention Basins – Protection Or Risk? The Dilemma Faced By NSW Councils
  • Honor, Dwayne – Floodplain Risk Management In Practice: The Burnett River Experience
  • Johnson, Peter – Comparison Of Direct Rainfall And Lumped-Conceptual Rainfall Runoff Routing Methods In Tropical North Queensland: A Case Study Of Low Drain, Mount Low, Townsville
  • Kefalianos, Terry – Managing Flood Risk In Urban Renewal Areas – A Case Study Of Constraints And Opportunities In Green Square
  • Kirby, David – Flood Integrated Decision Support System For Melbourne
  • Mackay, Craig – Large Scale Flexible Mesh 2d Modelling Of The Lower Namoi Valley
  • Maqsood, Tariq – A Schema To Categorise Residential Buildings In Australian Floodplains
  • McAndrew, Kieran – Knowing When To Get Them Out – Improving Flood Evacuation Planning Through Flood Modelling And Stakeholder Involvement
  • McGlinn, Robert – Floodwise: A Flash Flooding Emergency Management Tool
  • McLuckie, Duncan – Improving National Best Practice In Flood Risk Management
  • Mirfenderesk, Hamid – An Enhanced Flood Forecasting And Decision Support System For The Gold Coast
  • Molino, Steven – Rethinking Flooding As A Town Planning Opportunity Not A Constraint
  • Morgan, Marcus – The Consent Authority And The Combat Agency Relationship Revisited: Has Anything Changed?
  • Pikusa, Ed – The National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines: The Bumpy Road To National Consistency
  • Poole, Narelle – Landswap – Local Government And Community Working Together For Sustainable Community Outcomes
  • Ribbons, Sue – Hawkesbury-Nepean Valley Flood Management Review: Developing A Strategy Where Flood Depth Can Be Nine Metres Above Flood Planning Level
  • Rogencamp, Greg – Flood Risk Management Prioritisation Frameworks
  • Rogencamp, Greg – 40 Years Of Floodplain Management In Perth : A Report Card
  • Rose, Martin – Coffs Harbour Flood Warning System
  • Ryan, Chris – Conceptual And Technical Challenges In Defining Flood Planning Areas In Urban Catchments
  • Ryan, Phil – Brisbane River Catchment Flood Study: 1d Models Are Back! – Monte Carlo Hydraulic Model Analysis
  • Salter, Leanne – Tardis – Making Rainfall And Water Level Data Accessible And Useful
  • Smith, Grantley – Delineating Hazardous Flood Conditions To People And Property
  • Smythe, Crispin – Flood Forecast Mapping Sans Modelling
  • Strelow, Margaret – It Is Hard To Love A Levee
  • Schwecke, Melanie – Risk To Life Policy – Shelter Or Flee? A Case Study In Pittwater Council
  • Trebilcock, David – Integrating Flood Modelling And Emergency Risk Assessment: Do We Have The Data We Need?
  • Webber, David – Reliance Towards Resilience: A Paradigm Shift To Involve Community In The Planning Process
  • Whitehead, Rik – Flood Ready Agriculture – Building On Resilience
  • Yeo, Stephen – Effects Of Disclosure Of Flood-Liability On Residential Property Values: An Update

 

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

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