Grampians Natural Disaster Research - Addressing the risk and resilience

Grampians Natural Disaster Research
Addressing the risk and resilience

Grampians Natural Disaster Research - Addressing the risk and resilience
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Grampians Natural Disaster Research

In response to the landslide events of January 2011 in the Grampians National Park, Federation University Australia have been engaged by Northern Grampians Shire to investigate the social, economic and environmental impact of the events in which floods precipitated over 190 landslides, contributing significant impact to the environment and communities surrounding the Park.

Focus

This research aims to document the outcomes of events from individuals, businesses and community organisations, and  representatives from government and non-government organisations (including emergency services organisations closely involved with the disaster management response to the 2011 floods in the Grampians region) to provide insights about the social, economic and environmental impact following the 2011 floods and landslides and to integrate these into a consolidated inventory.

Maps and data

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Resource library

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Project Report

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