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Resilience to Clustered Disaster Events on the Coast - Storm Surge
Resilience to Clustered Disaster Events on the Coast - Storm Surge
18 Aug 2015

Resilience to Clustered Disaster Events on the Coast - Storm Surge

The aim of the project is to develop a new method to quantify the potential hazard associated with coincident and clustered disaster events on the coast, with an initial focus on storms that erode and reshape the coastline and impact on buildings and infrastructure. To date, a range of baseline data has been identified and collected for two study sites where eroision is an active management issue; Adelaide metropolitan beaches (SA) and Old Bar (NSW mid-north coast). Examples of integrated datasets for each study site are presented with initial results from the statistical modelling of storm events.

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Andrew McPherson; Floyd Howard; Duncan Moore; Wenping Jiang; Gareth Davies; Tom Baldock; David Callaghan; Uriah Gravois

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