HARC has a flood of papers in the 2018 HWRS
HARC is excited to be attending the 2018 Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Across the 3-day conference we will be presenting 8 papers on the innovative work we have delivered for clients. HARC’s Dr Phillip Jordan is chairing this year’s event and we wish Phillip and the organising committee every success for the conference.
We look forward to seeing you there and if you want to know more about any of the presentations we are given please get in touch.
Please join us for our presentations
Tuesday 4 December
Construction of a rainfall-runoff model in Liberia, Africa – Katherine Szabo.
A review of recent enhancements to RORB: a tool for promoting application of ARR 2016 – David Stephens
Wednesday 5 December
Benchmarking the selection of AEP neutral hydrologic design floods for use in 2D hydraulic models – Matthew Scorah
Another step in the difficult journey to regionalise a probability-based loss model – Declan O’Shea
The impact of locally-derived space-time patterns on the development of design floods for large catchments – Tim Craig
Characterising the location and rarity of annual maxima rainfall in the GTSM-R coastal zone – Simon Lang
Application of WaterGuide – a framework for improved water resource management in Jordan – Kate Austin
Thursday 6 December
Trends in farm dam development over time in Victoria, 2000-2015 – Phillip Jordan