Bankstown 1992 Conference Papers
- Beasley, Gerry – Planning for Flooding in Bankstown
- Bewsher, Drew – Section 149 Certificates with Flooding and Stormwater Inundation Notations
- Black, Dugald – South Creek Floodplain Management
- Bodycott, Jim – Flash Flood Warning System
- Findlay, Stephen – Flood Mitigation: What the Community Expects and What They Get – Is There a Paradox?
- Green, J H- Uncertainties in the Estimation of Extreme Floods
- Haines, Rick – Planning for Flood Response Operations
- Hranisavljevic, Dragan – Urban Drainage System Modelling: Where Are We?
- Joliffe, I – Experiences in a Total Catchment Management Study
- Keys, Chas – Upgrading Practices in the Field of Flood Warning
- Lees, Stephen – Implementation of a Catchment Based On-Site Stormwater Detention Policy
- Maddocks, John – Georges River Flooding
- McKay, Gordon – Flood Forecasting in NSW by the Bureau of Meteorology
- Nebauer, N R – Water Quality and Erosion and Sediment Control in Tuggerah Lakes, Wyong Shire
- Smith, D I – How Effective Would Improved Flood Warning Systems be in Reducing Rural Flood Losses?
- Sobinoff, Peter – South Creek Flood Study
- Still, Don – Darling Mills Creek Flood Mitigation Investigation
- Stokes, John– National Perspective on Floodplain Management and Catchment Planning
- Sullivan, Patrick – New South Wales Flood Warning Consultative Committee: How It Can Help You
- Thiering, C G– Milperra Drain Flood Protection Measures: A Historical Perspective
- White, Ian – Voluntary House Raising
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