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Thursday, January 27th, 2011

RapidEye Satellites Focus on Loddon Flood Waters, Victoria

The RapidEye constellation of five earth observation satellites have been focused on the East Coast of Australia, dedicating resources to capture valuable images of the ever- changing face of our flooding landscape. The readily enhanced RapidEye satellite...

Tuesday, January 25th, 2011

New Sydney Urban Areas at Risk of Flooding

New residential areas in western Sydney could be at risk of flooding on the same scale as some areas in Queensland. Associate Professor Basant Maheshwari, a water resources researcher at the University of Western Sydney, on Monday...

Saturday, January 22nd, 2011

Guidelines Running Years Behind Schedule – Flood Planning”

A new set of national engineering guidelines for dealing with storm and floodwaters are bogged down in funding problems, while Victoria's major flood strategy is more than two years behind schedule and still incomplete. Urban flooding is...

Saturday, January 15th, 2011

Brisbane City Council Flood COP Now Available

Since December 2010, floods have been hitting Australia, particularly in Queensland. A new map application is now available to provide updated information. It shows the scope of flood response, including evacuation centers and accessible roads near Brisbane,...

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

Australia – Breaking the Riverbanks

A RAGING wall of water charged through Toowoomba, a city in south-east Queensland, on January 10th, sweeping unsuspecting people before it. Two days later, the floodwaters had reached Brisbane, the state’s capital and Australia’s third-largest city (population...

Monday, January 10th, 2011

Vaal Flooding Damaged Crops – minister

The flooding of the Vaal river has caused considerable crop damages along its banks in three provinces, Water and Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa said on Monday. "We have really been touched by the amount of devastation, particularly...

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Australian State a Disaster Zone After Flooding

Parts of north-eastern Australia have been declared a disaster zone after flooding from days of torrential rain. The worst floods in half a century in Australia have inundated towns across the state of Queensland, forcing the evacuation...

Sunday, December 26th, 2010

China to Spend $30 Billion on Water Conservation in 2011

The Chinese government is expected to spend about 200 billion yuan ($30.10 billion) on water conservation projects in 2011, a tenth more than in 2010, the state-run China Daily reported on Saturday. Priority will be given to...

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