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2018 Harold Sternbeck Winner Announced - 1st July 2018
The prestigious Harold Sternbeck Medal is awarded at the FMA Annual Conference each year to recognize excellence for the best paper presentation at the conference.
Brisbane Workshop on Performance Based Specifications for River/Rain Gauges - 1st July 2018
As announced at the Annual General Meeting last month FMA will from now on be holding a Meeting and Workshop each August for our Queensland Chapter.
FRM Short Course Running Soon - 1st July 2018
The FMA-OEH Floodplain Risk Management Short Course will be taking place again this year, with blocks being held in August, September and October.
Gold Coast Conference Papers Now Available to Members - 1st July 2018
Current FMA Members can now access this year’s Conference Papers, Posters and Presentations from the Gold Coast in the Members’ Section.
National Mitigation Framework Sprint - 1st July 2018
In April the Australian Government announced the formation of the National Resilience Taskforce within the Department of Home Affairs, to lead the development of a national framework for disaster mitigation.
Welcome Prospect Environmental - 1st July 2018
FMA would like to welcome its newest Corporate Member to our national network of flood risk professionals - Prospect Environmental.
HEC RAS 1D + 2D Sydney Training - 10% off for FMA Members* - 11th May 2018
HEC-RAS is recognised globally as an industry standard hydraulic modelling program and is available for use without charge. Using the latest version, these courses cover basic, intermediate and advanced levels across both 1D and 2D, and gives you access to select HEC-RAS experts who are BETA testers and work in the industry.
HEC RAS Pre-Conference Training - 11th May 2018
HDR Engineering is hosting Pre-Conference HEC RAS Training Seminars on Monday 28 May 2018 in the lead up to the FMA National Conference at Gold Coast.
TUFLOW Training 20% Off for FMA Members - 11th May 2018
TUFLOW is a world-leading, powerful 1D and 2D computational engine for simulating floods, tides and pipe network hydraulics. It has been successfully applied world-wide to a diverse range of applications, scaling from coastal storm tide inundation to regional whole-of-catchment flooding, right down to fine-scale urban flooding with complex pipe networks.
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FMA Online Resources Series - New Resources Available NOW - 27th April 2018
The Online Resources Series was commenced by Communications Director Sue Ribbons in November 2016 as a pilot project for online resources and information for FMA Members.


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