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Understanding the 2011 Grampians Natural Disaster, addressing the risk and resilience Final Report
In January 2011, an intense rainfall event in Western Victoria triggered over 200 landslides in the Grampians National Park and caused widespread regional flooding. This event had significant impacts on the environment and communities both in and surrounding the Park. The Northern Grampians Shire Council together with project partner organisations commissioned research into this event to better understand the impact of this natural disaster, with a specific focus on addressing risk and resilience. Co-funding for this project was secured via a grant from the Victorian Department of Justice (Natural Disaster Resilience Grant Scheme).
Alison Ollerenshaw, Dr Peter Dahlhaus, Kelsey McDonald, Assoc Prof Jerry Courvisanos, Dr Michelle Graymore, Dr Helen Thompson, Dr Helen Sheil, Anthony Miner, Jennifer Corbett.
|Keywords||Understanding the 2011 Grampians Natural Disaster, addressing the risk and resilience|
|Publish Date||31st March 2014|