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Journal article

1 Jan 2013
1

Regional flood prediction equations are generally developed based on the recorded streamflow data in medium- to large-sized catchments, but these equations are often applied in practice to very small catchments. Since there is little/no recorded streamflow data available for very small catchments, the applicability of...

Journal article

1 Jan 2013
1

The northeast of Brazil is a semiarid region where water scarcity is a major problem dealt with by the construction of dams. This policy generated a dense reservoir network in the region, resulting in a complex system. The impacts of the network have been assessed,...

Journal article

1 Jan 2013
2

This paper outlines a quasi-economic hydrological model and management paradigm geared toward public and not-for-profit regulatory bodies, with particular reference to the southern Murray-Darling Basin in southeast Australia. This value-oriented model and paradigm bridges the gap between short-range hydrological forecasting and long-range economic planning. Decision-making...

Report

9 Jul 2012
270

This paper outlines the views of Engineers Australia concerning flooding and flood management in the context of the flooding that occurred in 2011 and the final report of the Flood Commission of Inquiry. The report contains a range of important issues and four key issues...

Report

29 May 2009
76

This set of publications provide an analysis of real infrastructure spending per head of population for each state and territory using the ABS statistics on engineering construction.

The statistics provide a sound historical perspective on new infrastructure activity in states and territories and how...

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