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Overview of flood research findings

Overview of flood research findings - An analysis of building losses and human fatalities

Dr Elspeth Rae from the NSW SES and CRC researcher Dr Katharine Haynes explain the findings from research into flood fatalities in Australia. Since 1900, 1,859 people have died in floods, with distinct trends in relation to gender, age, activity and reason. The most deaths have occurred in Queensland and New South Wales. The majority of fatalities are male, 79%, with children and adults under 29 making up the greatest proportion of the fatalities.

All the resources from our 2016 conference

Research program in detail

Where, why and how are Australians dying in floods?

2015-2016 year in review

Bushfire planning with kids ebook

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What research are we doing?
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PhD student science
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Launch of the CRC - December 2013
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Showcase 2017 - Research Driving Change
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Live to tell - surviving a natural disaster
2 videos

Brisbane 2016: annual conference
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2015 Adelaide annual conference
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2015 International Day for Disaster Reduction
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2014 International Day for Disaster Reduction
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2014 New Zealand annual conference
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