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Flood management in a changing climate
Flood management in a changing climate
25 Aug 2014

Flood management in a changing climate

Flooding is Australia's most expensive natural hazard and record damages resulting from the 2010-11 floods reflect global trends.  Climate change scenarios predict that flood intensity and frequency will increase, potentially exposing Australia to even greater damages in the future.  Floods are therefore a key area for improving adaptive capacity.

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