Front of Mind - Engagement

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A real bonus to explore what I have experienced through Engagement and how it underpins the essence of the Flood Community of Practice. Check out this interview with Jack Mullay

Inspiration from Water Futures – a Book that shines a spotlight on a Vision for a livable and water smart SEQ, a framework for considering options and resilience building measures for our varied landscapes and communities

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The Book Water Futures explores the complexity of building resilience to the impacts of floods and droughts in the landscapes and communities of the Brisbane River catchments. As a framework to consider the options the authors have provide a rich visual array on how to appreciate what the options are. In this introduction to the elements of the Book, consider the various images as a way to build a Vision that can guide how a livable and water smart future can be achieved in South East Queensland.

Evaluating flood risk and climate change impacts - Dr Hans de Moel

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An excellent presentation from Dr Hans de Moel provides examples of various evaluation of flood risk adaptation and mitigation measures.

Water Futures - A Visual Water Vision to inspire how we live in South East Queensland

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After a journey of multiple opportunities since the January 2011 floods, James Davidson and a huge team of contributors, participants and supporters can now offer Water Futures - A visual water vision on adaptation in SEQ to enhance our livability

Our future in living with Water - Making collective decisions supported by tools, visualisation and serious games

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Engaging tools and visualisation were the focus of a half day workshop on Wednesday 28 June. A rich array of material was presented at this interactive workshop with 40 participants. Explore the tools through the links provided.

Exploring geomorphology to aid in floodplain management - Gatton - March 2017

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Linking the results of a detailed science and geomorphology investigation in the Lockyer Creek floodplain provides managers of floodplains to have an additional insight into the characteristics and behaviours of channels and floodplains - and here at Gatton the implications were explored at this full day workshop and field trip.

Offer of a study tour on flood risk and water management in the Netherlands - 19 Oct to 5 Nov 2017

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Unique opportunity to be hosted by Dutch water professionals as you explore the Netherlands flood risk and water management story - 14 days of adventure with your tour team of Piet Filet and Annie Leggett

Workshop program and resources - Geomorphology and floodplain management - Gatton 29 March 2017

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Exploring floodplain management through the lens of geomorphology: science for practitioners at this full day workshop at Gatton

Heading to 2017 - what is install for the collective?

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If you thought 2016 was an impressive year for Flood Community of Practice activity, look what is installed for 2017

Seeking potential participants for a flood risk and water management study tour to the Netherlands 21 October to 3 November 2017

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An opportunity to explore the Dutch water landscape is an offer. Would you like to join this study tour, the register your interest.