Royal Park, Launceston, during the June 2016 flood. Photo Flickr upsticksngo_crew
Hazard Note 40 investigates flood mitigation in Launceston, comparing the benefits through avoided impacts of the flood levee mitigation program, against the cost of construction.
Photo by South Australia SES
Hazard Note 39 reports on research that has developed an index of disaster resilience, designed to help meet the challenges of Australia's natural hazards.
With most of Australia experiencing a combination of above average temperatures and below average rainfall over winter, large parts of the country face above normal bushfire potential for the fire season.
Powerlines impacted by Black Saturday, Strathewen. Photo: David Bruce, Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC
Hazard Note 37 looks at research that has identified three decision making areas where risk ownership can be assessed as part of strategic decision making.
A flood wipes out a bridge in southern WA, February 2017. Photo: Dana Fairhead
A set of priorities for national research into natural hazards in Australia has been launched by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC.
This special event showcased our research achievements to date, with nearly 200 people from across emergency management and policy hearing two days of how the findings are being put into practice.

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