Grampians Natural Disaster Research - Addressing the risk and resilience

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Addressing the risk and resilience

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1. Amateur video of flash flooding in Halls Gap 2011
2. Australian Emergency Management Institute

Impact of landslides in Australia to December 2011 by Dr. M Leiba

3. Australian Geomechanics Society

Landslide risk management concepts and guidelines.

thumbnail 4. Building our Nation's resilience to Natural Disaster
Author: Deloitte Access Economics

Deloitte Access Economics was commissioned to prepare a paper in response to the call in the Australian Government’s National Strategy for Disaster Resilience for greater collaboration between government, business and community to reduce Australia’s vulnerability to natural disasters.

5. Commonwealth of Australia, Attorney-General’s Department

National Strategy for Disaster Resilience: Companion Booklet

6. Council of Australian Governments.

National strategy for disaster resilience: Building our nation’s resilience to disasters

thumbnail 7. Crisis Communications Handbook for Regional and Local Tourism Victoria
Author: Tourism Victoria

Handbook to assist local and regional bodies to plan for, respond to, and recover from crisis events both man-made and natural.

thumbnail 8. Crisis Essentials - Crisis management guide for tourism businesses
Author: Tourism Victoria

Provide essential information to tourism businesses about how to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a crisis event.

9. Emergency Management Australia

Australian Journal of Emergency Management: International perspectives on Recovery (November 2004)

thumbnail 10. Emergency Management Australia Community Recovery Handbook 2
Author: Commonwealth Government of Australia

This handbook provides a comprehensive guide to community recovery in Australia. It is intended for use by planners, managers and those involved in working with communities to design and deliver recovery processes, services, programs and activities.

thumbnail 11. Factsheet: When Customers Cancel. Guidance for Tourism Businesses
Author: Tourism Victoria

Factsheet outlining operators’ rights and responsibilities in relation to booking cancellations.

12. Geoscience Australia

Natural Hazards in Australia: Identifying risk analysis requirements (2007). Editor: M.H. Middleman

13. Geoscience Australia.

What is a landslide?

thumbnail 14. Glenorchy Feasibility Study, Northern Grampians Shire Council.
Author: CT Management Group for the  Northern Grampians Shire Council.

Report into the option for flood affected dwellings and key buildings in Glenorchy.

thumbnail 15. Glenorchy Flood Study
Author: Michael Cawood and Associates Pty Ltd.

The report outlines investigations undertaken for the flood study of Glenorchy and surrounds.

thumbnail 16. Halls Gap flood study, June 2008
Author: Michael Cawood and Associates Pty Ltd.

The report details the input data, approach and outcomes for the Halls Gap Flood Study.

thumbnail 17. Halls Gap Landslide Interim Guidelines by Halls Gap Community Safety Committee
Author: Halls Gap Community Safety Committee

The Halls Gap Community Safety Committee has developed Interim Guidelines to provide information to the Municipal Emergency Management Planning Committee and the Halls Gap community on the management of landslides in and around Halls Gap area.

thumbnail 18. Halls Gap: Economic impact and recovery. Flood and extreme weather events in 2011.
Author: Northern Grampians Shire Council.

Power point presentation outlining economic impact and recovery on Halls Gap since the 2011 event.

19. Landslide mapping and processes in the Grampians, Victoria
Contact Person: James G. Cameron

A paper by James Cameron, Honours student in Geology at Federation University Australia (formerly University of Ballarat). This paper is entitled 'Landslide mapping and processes in the Grampians, Victoria'. His research thesis was submitted for examination in October 2013

thumbnail 20. Landslide Susceptibility Policy Map Northern Grampians Shire
Author: Northern Grampians Shire Council

Landslide susceptibility: map of region (to accompany Landslide Susceptibility Policy)

thumbnail 21. Landslide Susceptibility Policy Northern Grampians Shire Council
Author: Northern Grampians Shire Council

The objective of this policy is to provide clarity to Council planning staff and to the community about the assessment of planning applications for land use and development on land which has been identified as susceptible to landslide, or adjacent to land which has been identified as susceptible to landslide.

thumbnail 22. Landslides Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, Training Manual 2008-2012
Author: Corangamite Catchment Management Authority

Training manual for on ground staff about issues associated with landslides.

thumbnail 23. Planning safer communities Land Use Planning for Natural Hazards manual
Author: Emergency Management Australia

This is one of a series of manuals to assist in the management and delivery of support services in a disaster context.

24. Public Management Magazine

Disaster Recovery: A local Government Responsibility, by Christine Becker

thumbnail 25. Rain, Hail and Shine. Stories from the January 2011 floods.
Author: Northern Grampians Shire Council.

Stories from the community following the January 2011 floods.

thumbnail 26. Submission to State inquiry into flood mitigation infrastructure, Municipal Association of Victoria.
Author: Municipal Association of Victoria

Input from MAV to the State Parliament’s Environment and Natural Resources Committee Inquiry into Flood Mitigation Infrastructure in Victoria.

thumbnail 27. Understanding the 2011 Grampians Natural Disaster, addressing the risk and resilience Executive Summary
Contact Person: Alison Ollerenshaw

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).
The overall aim of this study was to investigate the social, economic and environmental impacts of the 2011 landslides and floods in and around the Grampians National Park. Specific objectives include...

thumbnail 28. Understanding the 2011 Grampians Natural Disaster, addressing the risk and resilience Final Report
Contact Person: Alison Ollerenshaw

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).
The overall aim of this study was to investigate the social, economic and environmental impacts of t...

thumbnail 29. Victorian Emergency Management Reform White Paper (Dec 2012)
Author: State Government of Victoria

Proposal of new reforms to further improve Victoria’s emergency management arrangements.

thumbnail 30. Victorian Floods Review 2010-2011: Flood warnings and response.
Author: Neil Comrie (for the State Government of Victoria)

This is the final report of the review of the 2010–11 flood warnings and response.