Harald Richter

Dr Harald Richter

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Dr Harald Richter

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This new project began in July 2017. It will investigate the development of a pilot capability to make useful predictions of community impacts of extreme weather on residential property, improving timely mitigation actions. This pilot project will focus on severe weather events (damaging winds and heavy rain) impacting eastern Australia – events in areas where most of our population is concentrated, particularly the coastal regions of southern Queensland, New South Wales and eastern Victoria. These events, which include East Coast Lows, can occur at any time during the year, with gale or storm force winds damaging mainly coastal areas, and widespread rain damaging residential properties through rain ingress.
Impact-based forecasting for the coastal zone
19 Sep 2018
Developing a pilot capability to estimate the impacts of East Coast Low hazards on the built...
Impact forecasting: what does the forecast mean?
29 Jun 2017
This project will develop a pilot capability to predict impacts of extreme wind and rainfall on the...

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