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Dam safety risk assessment

Lang, S., & Foster, M. (2019).
Estimating the Individual Risk From Dam Failure.
ANCOLD Conference, 10th-11th October, Auckland, New Zealand,2019, 1–6.

Wang, H. (2019).
Lessons Learnt From Evacuation Modelling for Dam Failure Consequence Assessments.
2019 ANCOLD Conference, 10th-11th October, Auckland, New Zealand, 1–9.

Hill, P., Wang, H., Lang, S., & Cawood, M. (2019).
Application of the HEC-LIFESIM simulation model to tailor and demonstrate benefits of dam emergency action plans.
International Dam Safety Conference,Odisha,India,13th-14th February,2019.

Northfield, A., Stephens, D., Craig, T., & Smith, M. (2019).
Modelling Reservoirs with a 2D Hydraulic Model.
2019 ANCOLD Conference, 10th-11th October, Auckland, New Zealand, 1–12.

Scorah, M. (2018).
Advances in the automation of population at risk quantification for dam failure consequence assessment.
ANCOLD Conference, Melbourne,11-12th October,2018.

Hill, P., Kavangh, C., Lang, S., & Northfield, A. (2018).
Application of simulation models to estimate Potential Loss of Life.
26th Congress,86th General Meeting, ICOLD, Vienna, Austria, 2018.

Scorah, M., Stephens, D., & Nathan, R. (2018).
Benchmarking the selection of probability neutral hydrologic design floods for use in 2D hydraulic models.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December,2018, 749–761.

Lang, S. (2018).
Current Australian and international practices for dam failure consequence assessments.
2018 ANCOLD Conference,11-12th October, Melbourne.

Lang, S. (2018).
Dam safety risk assessment: An Australian perspective.
Dam Failure Consequence Assessment Forum, Toronto,12-13th June,2018.

Wang, H., Northfield, A., & Hill, P. (2018).
Using HEC-LifeSim to better understand and reduce dam failure consequences for three case studies around Australia.
2019 ANCOLD Conference, 10th-11th October,Auckland,New Zealand, 417–427.

Stephens, D., & Scorah, M. (2018).
Review of the impacts of dam operations on flood hydrology.
ANCOLD Conference, Melbourne,11-12th October,2018.

Hill, P. (2018).
Some recent advances in the application of quantitative risk assessments for dam safety-An Australian perspective.
International Dam Safety Conference,Kerala,India,2018.

Stephens, D., Lang, S., Hill, P., Scorah, M., & Foster, M. (2017).
Estimating the duration of flood overtopping for risk assessment.
ANCOLD, Conference, Ageing Dams, New Ideas, Hobart,26th-29th October,2017.

Kavanagh, C., Lang, S., Northfield, A., & Hill, P. (2017).
Observations from five Australian applications of HEC-LifeSim to estimate potential loss of life from dam failure Life loss estimation : empirical versus simulation Case studies.
ANCOLD, Conference, Ageing Dams, New Ideas, Hobart, 26th-29th October, Hobart, 2017.

Northfield, A., & Lang, S. (2017).
Tailoring Consequence Assessments for Retarding Basins.
ANCOLD, Conference, Ageing Dams, New Ideas, Hobart, 26th-29th October,2017

Pearse, M., Hill, P., & Shepherd, D. (2017).
The design flood frequencies for my dam have changed – why ?
ANCOLD, Conference, Ageing Dams, New Ideas, 26th-29th October,Hobart,Tasmania,2017, 1–10.

Northfield, A. and Lang, S. (2017).
Estimating the consequences of retarding basin failures.
2017 Floodplain Management Australia National Conference. Newcastle, 17-19 May 2017

Kavanagh, C., Stephens, D.A., Hill, P.I. (2016).
Benchmarking 2D hydraulic models for dambreak and consequence assessments.
2016 ANCOLD Conference on Dams. Adelaide. 18-19 October 2016

Stephens, D.A., Hill, P.I. (2016).
Towards improved efficiency of dambreak modelling and consequence assessment projects.
2016 ANCOLD Conference on Dams. Adelaide. 18-19 October 2016

Needham, J., Sorensen, J., Mileti, D., Lang, S. (2016)
Warning and mobilization of populations at risk of dam failure.
2016 ANCOLD Conference on Dams. Adelaide. 18-19 October 2016

Meneses, C., Lang, S.L., Hill, P.I., Arnold, M. (2015).
Towards consistency in potential loss of life estimates: Testing the new Reclamation Consequence Estimating Methodology.
ANCOLD Conference on Dams, 5-6 November, 2015, Brisbane, Australia.

Jordan, P., Seed, A., Nathan, R., Hill, P., Kordomenidi, E., Pierce, C. & Leonard, M. (2014).
Stochastic Simulation of Inflow Hydrographs for Wivenhoe and Somerset dams.
Proceedings of the 2014 ANCOLD Conference, 2014, Canberra.

Lang, S., Stephens, D.A., Hill, P.I., Arnold, M. & Conway, T. (2013).
Development and Application of a Risk Based Approach to Managing Floods during Construction.
Proceedings of the 2013 NZSOLD/ANCOLD Conference, 13-15 November 2013, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Lang, S., Hill, P.I. & Graham, W. (2012).
Estimating potential loss of life from dam failure in the digital age.
Proceedings of the 2012 ANCOLD Conference, 25-26 October 2012, Perth, Australia.

Stephens, D., Hill, P.I. & Nathan, R.J. (2012).
Applying joint probabilistic techniques to the determination of downstream coincident flows and incremental consequences of dam failure.
Proceedings of the 2012 ANCOLD Conference, 25-26 October 2012, Perth, Australia.

Lang, S., Meneses, C., Hill, P.I. & Sih, K. (2011).
Comparing methods for estimating loss of life from dambreak flooding for two Australian dams.
Proceedings of the 2011 ANCOLD Conference, 27-28 October 2011, Melbourne, Australia.

Lang, S. (2009).
Loss of Life Estimation for Dam Safety Risk Analysis.
Proceedings of the 2009 ANCOLD Conference, 12-13 November 2009, Adelaide, Australia.

Hill, P.I., Jordan, P.W., Nathan, R.J. & Payne, E. (2008).
Estimating Construction Flood Risk. Proceedings of the 2008 ANCOLD Conference, 12-15 November 2008, Gold Coast, Australia.

Hill, P.I., McDonald, L. & Payne, E. (2007).
Incremental consequences of dam failure and the ANCOLD hazard classification system.
Proceedings of the 2007 NZSOLD/ANCOLD Conference, 19-21 November 2007, Queenstown, New Zealand.

Hill, P.I., Nathan, R.J. & Jordan, P.W. (2006).
Development and Application of a Risk Analysis and Prioritisation Tool (RAPT) for Dam Safety Management.
Proceedings of the 2006 ANCOLD Conference, 20-22 November 2006, Sydney, Australia.

Lang, S., Ladson, A.R. & Anderson, B.G. (2004).
A review of empirical equations for estimating stream roughness and the application to four streams in Victoria.
Australian Journal of Water Resources, Vol 8, No 1.

Hill, P.I., Bowles, D., Jordan, P.W. & Nathan, R.J. (2004).
Estimating Overall Risk of Dam Failure: Practical Considerations in Combining Failure Probabilities.
ANCOLD Bulletin, No 127, pp 63-72.

Hill, P.I., Bowles, D., Nathan, R.J. & Herweynen, R. (2001).
On the Art of Event Tree Modelling for Portfolio Risk Analyses.
Proceedings of the 2001 NZSOLD/ANCOLD Conference, 3-9 November 2001, Auckland, New Zealand.

Hill, P.I., Cook, D., Nathan, R.J., Crowe, P., Green, J.A. & Mayo, N. (2001).
Development of a Comprehensive Approach to Consequence Assessment.
ANCOLD Bulletin, No 117, pp 33-46.

Floodplain management

Wang, H., & Northfield, A. (2019).

A method to better assess the effectiveness of flood warnings.

Floodplain Management Association National Conference, Canberra,14th-17th May 2019, 1–8.

Stephens, D. (2019).

Towards Consistency in Unit Cost Rates for Economic Consequences.

2019 ANCOLD Conference. Auckland,10th-11th October,2019, 1–11.

Cawood, M., Lang, S., & Hill, P. (2018).
Estimating the life safety benefits associated with flood warning systems.
Floodplain Management Association National Conference, Gold Coast 29th May- 1st June,2018, 1–9.

Stephens, D., Northfield, A., & Hill, P. (2018).
Flood studies for large catchments: the importance of rainfall spatial variability.
Floodplain Management Australia National Conference. Gold Coast, May 29th-June 1st, 2018.

Stephens, D., Nathan, R., Smith, M. and Syme, B. (2017).
Impact on ensemble and joint probability techniques on design flood levels.
2017 Floodplain Management Australia National Conference. Newcastle, 17-19 May 2017

Kavanagh, C.,Lang, S., Hill, P.I. (2017).
Using simulation modelling to optimise effectiveness of warning systems for flooding.
2017 Floodplain Management Australia National Conference. Newcastle, 17-19 May 2017

Stephens, D.A., Sih, K., Hill, P.I., Nathan, R.J. & Dole, D. (2012).
The Victorian Floods Review: a hydrologist’s perspective for dam owners.
Proceedings of the 2012 ANCOLD Conference, 25-26 October 2012, Perth, Australia.

Flood hydrology

Stephens.D, Scorah.M, Hill.P, Nathan, R. (2019).
Australian experience with application of Monte Carlo approach to extreme flood estimation.
ICOLD 86th Annual Meeting and Symposium, Toronto, 2019.

Lang, S., Nathan, R., Shea, D. O., Scorah, M., Zhang, J., Kuczera, G., & Schaefer, M. (2019).
Estimating Extreme Rainfall Probabilities for Large Catchments in Northern Australia.
2019 ANCOLD Conference.  Auckland, 10th-11th October, 2019.

Stephens, D., Scorah, M., Liu, B., & Nathan, R. (2018).
A review of recent enhancements to RORB:a tool for promoting application of ARR 2016.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December, 2018.

O’Shea, D., Nathan, R., & Hill, P. (2018).
Another step in the difficult journey to regionalise a probability based loss model.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December 2018.

Lang, S., Zhang, J., Scorah, M., Nathan, R., & Pearse, M. (2018).
Characterising the location and rarity of annual maxima rainfall in the GTSM-R coastal zone.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December, 2018.

Craig, T., Northfield, A., & Stephens, D. (2018).
The application of space-time patterns to the verification of a large catchment in northern Victoria.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December,2018.

Loveridge, M., Rahman, A., Hill, P.I.(2016).
Applicability of a physically based soil water model (SWMOD) in design flood estimation in eastern Australia.
Hydrology Research Journal

Nathan, R., Jordan, P., Scorah, M., Lang, S., Kuczera, G., Schaefer, M., Weinmann, E.,(2016).
Estimating the exceedance probability of extreme rainfalls up to the probable maximum precipitation.
Journal of Hydrology

Hill, P.I., Nathan, R.J., Zhang, J. (2016).
Application of AWRA-L gridded soil moisture data for flood estimation.
37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. 28 Nov – 2 December Queenstown New Zealand

Scorah, M., Hill, P.I., Lang, S.M., Nathan, R.J. (2016).
Addressing embedded bursts in design storms for flood hydrology.
37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. 28 Nov – 2 December Queenstown New Zealand.

Nathan, R., Stephens, D.A., Smith, M., Jordan, P.W., Scorah, M., Shepherd, D., Hill, P.I., Syme, B. (2016).
Impact of Natural Variability on Design Flood Flows and Levels.
37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. 28 Nov – 2 December Queenstown New Zealand

Stephens, D.A., Nathan, R., Hill, P.I., Scorah, M. (2016).
Incorporation of snowmelt into joint probability event based rainfall-runoff modelling.
37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. 28 Nov – 2 December Queenstown New Zealand

Stephens, D.A., Nathan, R., Scorah, M, Hill, P.I. (2016).
Overview of the capabilities of RORBwin: an enabling tool for application of ARR2016.
37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. 28 Nov – 2 December Queenstown New Zealand

Stephens, D.A., Hill, P.I., Rodgers, S., Grace, D. and Nathan, R. (2016).
Application of rainfall runoff modelling to large catchments: flood estimates for the Swan-Avon River.
37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. 28 Nov – 2 December Queenstown New Zealand

Hill, P.I., Graszkiewicz, Z., Loveridge, M., Nathan, R.J., Scorah, M. (2015).
Analysis of loss values for Australian rural catchments to underpin ARR guidance.
Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 9-10 December 2015, Hobart, Australia.

Lang, S.M., Hill, P.I., Scorah, M., Stephens, D.A. (2015).
Defining and calculating continuing loss for flood estimation.
Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 9-10 December 2015, Hobart, Australia.

Jordan, P., Nathan, R. & Seed, A. (2015).
Application of spatial and space-time patterns of design rainfall to design flood estimation.
Proceedings of the 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 2015, Engineers Australia, Hobart, Australia.

Jordan, P., Nathan, R., Weeks, W., Waskiw, P., Herron, A., Cetin, L., Rogencamp, G., Stephens, C. & Russell, C. (2015).
Estimation of flood risk for linear transport infrastructure using continuous simulation modelling.
Proceedings of the 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 2015, Engineers Australia, Hobart, Australia.

Hill, P.I., Stephens, D.A., Maslin, K.A., Brown, R., Lang, S. & Meneses, C., (2014).
Considerations for Flood Estimation of Water Retaining Structures in Urban Catchments.
Proceedings of the 2014 ANCOLD Conference, 21-22 October 2014, Canberra, Australia.

Jordan, P., Nathan, R., Hill, P., Raymond, M., Malone, T. & Kordomenidi, E. (2014).
Stochastic Simulation of Inflow Hydrographs to Optimise Flood Mitigation Benefits Provided by Wivenhoe and Somerset Dams.
Proceedings of the 35th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 2014, Engineers Australia, Perth, Australia.

Hill, P.I. & Nathan, R.J. (2013).
Justification and scope for revision of the ANCOLD Acceptable Flood Capacity guidelines.
Proceedings of the 2013 NZSOLD/ANCOLD Conference, 13-15 November 2013, Rotorua, New Zealand.

Jordan, P.W., Weinmann, E. & Hill, P. (2013).
Australian Rainfall and Runoff Revision Project 2: Collation and Review of Areal Reduction Factors.
2013, Engineers Australia.

Hill, P.I., Graszkiewicz, Z., Sih, K., Nathan, R.J., Loveridge, M. & Rahman, A. (2012).
Outcomes from a pilot study on modelling losses for design flood estimation.
Proceedings of the 34th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 19-22 November 2012, Sydney, Australia.

Hill, P.I. (2011).
Towards Improved Loss Parameters for Design Flood Estimation in Australia.
Proceedings of the 34th IAHR World Congress, 26 June – 1 July 2011, Brisbane, Australia.

Jordan, P.W., Sih, K., Hill, P.I., Nandakumar, N., Weinmann, P.E. & Nathan, R.J. (2011).
Areal Reduction Factors for Estimation of Design Rainfall Intensities for New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
Proceedings of the 34th World Congress of the International Association for Hydro-Environment Research and Engineering: 33rd Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium and 10th Conference on Hydraulics in Water Engineering, 2011, Brisbane, Australia, p. 218.

Jordan, P. & Mazengarb, C. (2006).
Probability of heavy rainfall events in assessing landslide risk for Tasmania.
Proceedings of the 30th Institution of Engineers Australia Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, December 2006, Launceston, Australia.

Hill, P.I, Sih, K., Nathan, R.J. & Jordan, P.W. (2006).
The Extremes of Tropical Hydrology.
Proceedings of the 2005 ANCOLD Conference, 21-22 November 2005, Fremantle, Australia.

Jordan, P.W. & Hill, P.I. (2006).
Use of radar rainfall data to improve calibration of rainfall-runoff routing model parameters.
Australian Journal of Water Resources, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp 139-149.

Jordan, P., Nathan, R., Mittiga, L., Pearse, M. & Taylor, B. (2005).
Growth curves and temporal patterns for application to short duration extreme events.
Australian Journal of Water Resources, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp 69-80.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W. & Weimann, P.E. (2003).
A Stochastic Model of Radar Measurement Errors in Rainfall Accumulations at Catchment Scale.
Journal of Hydrometeorology, Vol. 4, No. 5, pp 841-855.

Jordan, P.W., Nathan, R., Mittiga, L., Pearse, M. & Hill, P. (2003).
Evaluation and development of extreme rainfall temporal patterns for dams located on small catchments.
Proceedings of the 2003 ANCOLD Conference, November 2003, Hobart, Australia.

Jordan, P.W. & Seed, A.W. (2002).
Are we taking the point too far? A problem with design temporal patterns at catchment scale.
27th Institution of Engineers Australia Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, May 2002, Institution of Engineers Australia, Melbourne, Australia.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W., May, P. & Keenan, T. (2002).
Application of polarmetric radar to rainfall measurement in Sydney: A test of new technologies.
27th Institution of Engineers Australia Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, May 2002, Institution of Engineers Australia, Melbourne, Australia.

Pearse, M.A., Jordan, P.W. & Collins, Y.L. (2002).
A simple method for estimating RORB model parameters for ungauged rural catchments.
27th Institution of Engineers Australia Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, May 2002, Institution of Engineers Australia, Melbourne, Australia.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W., May, P. & Keenan, T. (2002).
A test of attenuation correction and quality control methods for radar rainfall measurement at C-Band.
 EOS Trans., American Geophysical Union Western Pacifics Geophysicics Meeting Supplement, 2002, Abstract H42A-03, p. 35.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W. & Weinmann, P.E. (2001).
Radar measurement errors in rainfall at catchment scale.
5th International Symposium on Hydrological Applications of Weather Radar, November 2001, Kyoto, Japan.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W. & Weinmann, P.E. (2000).
Errors in radar measurement of rainfall – effect on flood forecasting.
25th General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society, April 2000, Nice, France.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W. & Austin, G.L. (2000).
Sampling errors in radar estimates of rainfall.
Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, Vol. 105, No. D2, pp 2247-2250.

Hill, P.I., Rahman, A., Nathan, R.J., Lee, B.C. & Weinmann, P.E. (2000).
Estimating design rainfalls for South Australia using the CRC-FORGE method.
Proceedings of the 3rd International Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 20-23 November 2000, Perth, Australia.

Hill, P.I. Nathan, R.J., Weinmann, P.E. & Green, J.A. (2000).
Improved estimates of hydrologic risks for dams – impacts of the new flood guidelines.
ANCOLD Bulletin, No 114, pp. 49-58.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W. & Weinmann, P.E. (1999).
Effect of aggregation of rainfall in space and time on flood estimates.
24th General Assembly of the European Geophysical Society, April 1999, The Hague, Netherlands.

Jordan, P.W., Seed, A.W. & Weinmann, P.E. (1999).
Effect of spatial and temporal variability on design flood estimates.
Water ’99 Joint Congress, July 1999, Brisbane, pp 649-654.

Hill, P.I., Nathan, R.J., Weinmann, P.E., Green, J.A. & Karunaratne, T. (1999).
Impact of the revised flood guidelines on the assessment of hydrologic risk for selected catchments.
Proceedings of the 25th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 6-8 July 1999, Brisbane, Australia.

Hill, P.I., Mein, R.G. & Siriwardena, L. (1997).
How Much Rainfall becomes Runoff? – Loss Modelling for Flood Estimation.
CRC for Catchment Hydrology. Report 98/5.

Hill, P.I., Mein, R.G. & Weinmann, P.E. (1997).
Development and Testing of New Design Losses for South-Eastern Australia.
Proceedings of the 24th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 24-27 November 1997, Auckland, New Zealand.

Hill, P.I., Mein, R.G. & Weinmann, P.E. (1997).
Towards Reducing the Uncertainty in Design Flood Estimation.
Water – Journal of the Australian Water and Wastewater Association. March/April 1997.

Hill, P.I., Maheepala, U., Mein, R.G. & Weinmann, P.E. (1996).
Empirical Analysis of Data to Derive Losses for Design Flood Estimation in South-Eastern Australia.
CRC for Catchment Hydrology. Report 96/5.

Hill, P.I., Mein, R.G. & Weinmann, P.E. (1996).
Testing of Improved Inputs for Design Flood Estimation in South-Eastern Australia.
CRC for Catchment Hydrology. Report 96/6.

Hill, P.I. & Mein, R.G. (1996).
Incompatibilities between Storm Temporal Patterns and Losses for Design Flood Estimation, Proceedings of the 23rd Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 21-24 May 1996, Hobart, Australia.

Hill, P.I. & Daniell, T.M. (1994).
Extreme Flood Estimation – Guesses at Big Floods?
Proceedings of Water Down Under ’94, 21-25 November 1994, Adelaide, Australia.

Hill, P.I., Fleming, N.S. & Daniell, T.M. (1993).
How Bad is your RORB Modelling? Sensitivity Fitting – An Innovation!
Proceedings of the International Conference on Environmental Management, Geo-Water and Engineering Aspects, 8-11 February 1993, Wollongong, Australia.

Catchment modelling

Jordan, P., Ahern, J., Northfield, A., Weeks, W., Jones, P., Nathan, R., & Russel, C. (2018).
Bruce Highway Link Flood Study.
Floodplain Management Australia National Conference. Gold Coast, May 29th-June 1st, 2018.

Szabo, K., & Lang, S. (2018).
Construction of a Rainfall – Runoff Model in Liberia , Africa.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December, 2018.

Jordan, P., & Scorah, M. (2018).
Flood risk for linear infrastructure: A tool for incorporating climate change using eWater Source.
NCCARF and EA Climate Adaptation Conference,  Melbourne, 8-10th May, 2018.

Jordan, P., Latu, K., Shepherd, D., Weeks, W., & Nathan, R. (2017).
Advances in continuous flood simulation for design of linear infrastructure.
The 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM), December 3rd-8th, 2017, Hobart, Tasmania.

Rahman, J., Jordan, P., Conland, C. (2016).
Web interfaces to models developed in eWater Source.
37th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. 28 Nov – 2 December Queenstown New Zealand.

Jordan, P., Nathan, R., Lowe, L., Lang, S. & Morden, R. (2012).
Setting sustainable diversion limits in unregulated catchments: The Australian experience.
Proceedings of the Conference of New Zealand Hydrological Society, 2012, Nelson, New Zealand.

Jordan, P., Mannik, A., Boronkay, T., Church, T. & Hughes, D. (2012).
eWater Source as the catchment model for the Hawkesbury-Nepean Water Quality Model System.
Proceedings of the Conference of New Zealand Hydrological Society, 2012, Nelson, New Zealand.

Jordan, P., Argent, R. & Nathan, R. (2007).
New generation models for catchment modelling: developments in the eWater CRC.
5th Australian Stream Management Conference. Australian rivers: making a difference, 2007, Charles Sturt University, Thurgoona, New South Wales.

Jordan, P., Murphy, R., Hill, P.I. & Nathan, R. (2006).
Seasonal response of catchment runoff to forest age.
Proceedings of the 30th Engineers Australia Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, December 2006, Launceston, Australia.

Jordan, P.W., Argent, R.M. & Nathan, R.J. (2006).
Past, present and future of catchment modelling in E2 and the eWater CRC Modelling Toolkit.
Proceedings of the 30th Engineers Australia Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, December 2006, Launceston, Australia.

Water resources

Scorah, M., Jordan, P. W., Morden, R., Nathan, R. J., Lang, S., & Zhang, J. (2019).
Assessment of Uncertainty in Modelling Annual Impacts of Farm Dams for Victoria.
The 23rd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM), Canberra, 1st-6th December, 2019.

Austin.K, & Szabo.K. (2019).
Non-climatic trends in gridded climate data.
The 23rd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM),Canberra, 1st-6th December,2019.

Beatty, R. J. (2019).

Managing Urban Water Demands – The Challenges Presented by Climate Change.

Climate Adaptation Conference 2018, Melbourne, 8th-10th May 2019.

Beatty, R., & Allen, K. (2019).
Planning Urban Water System Responses to Megadrought How looking back can help us look forward.
Ozwater 2019-Transforming Our World, Melbourne, 6-10th May, 2018

Beatty, R. (2019).
The water resource challenges for two indigenous communities in Australia and the pacific.
Ozwater 2019-Transforming Our World, Melbourne, 6-10th May, 2019.

Jordan, P., Race, G., Morden, R., & Shepherd, D. (2018).
Trends in farm dam development over time in Victoria, 2000 – 2015.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December 2018.

Beatty, R. (2018).
Improving understanding of water demand drivers and the implications for medium and long-term forecasting.
OzWater-Australia’s International Water Conference and Exhibition, Brisbane, 8-10th May, 2018.

Austin, K., & Pohlner, H. (2018).
Application of WaterGuide-a framework for improved water resource management in Jordan.
39th Australian Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium. Melbourne, 3rd-6th December, 2018.

Lang. S, Nathan, R, Ramchurn, A, Liu, B. (2017).
Bias correction for AWRA – L runoff data in Victoria.
The 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation (MODSIM), Hobart , 3rd-8th December, 2017.

Beatty, R., & Jordan, P. (2017).
Towards a truly integrated approach to water supply and demand modelling.
EWater SOURCE Software Conference, Canberra, 21st-23rd November, 2017

Black, D., Wallbrink, P. & Jordan, P. (2014).
Towards best practice implementation and application of models for analysis of water resources management scenarios.
Environmental Modelling and Software, 52, No. 9, pp 136-148.

Lang, S., Lowe, L. & Jordan, P.W. (2010).
A Modelling Approach to Explaining Declining Inflows to Googong Reservoir.
Proceedings of the 13th International River symposium, 11-14 October 2010, Perth, Australia.

Hill, P.I., Murphy, R.E., Daamen, C., Williams, K., Moran, R. & Berg, S. (2009).
Statewide estimates of water use for key land use types.
Proceedings of the 32nd Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 1-3 December 2009, Newcastle, Australia.

Lang, S., Jordan, P.W., Durrant, J. & Nathan, R.J. (2008).
Defining Sustainable Diversion Limits in unregulated south-west Western Australian Catchments.
Proceedings of Water Down Under 2008, 14-17 April 2008, Adelaide, Australia.

Stephens, D., Neal, B., Tarquinio, F., Nathan, R.J. & Rajaratnam, L. (2008).
Prediction of Hydrological Characteristics in Ungauged Tropical Catchments.
Proceedings of Water Down Under 2008, 14-17 April 2008, Adelaide, Australia.

Jordan, P.W., Wiesenfield, C.R., Hill, P.I., Morden, R.A. & Chiew, F.H.S. (2008).
An assessment of the future impact of farm dams on runoff in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia.
Proceedings of Water Down Under, p. 1618, 2008, Adelaide.

Hill, P.I., Mordue, A. Nathan, R.J., Daamen, C.C., William, K. & Murphy, R.E. (2008).
Modelling the Hydrologic Response of Bushfires at the Catchment Scale.
Australian Journal of Water Resources, Vol 12, No 3.

Nathan, R.J., Jordan, P. & Morden, R. (2005)
Assessing the impact of farm dams on streamflows, Part 1: Development of simulation tools.
Australian Journal of Water Resources, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp 1-12

Hill, P.I., Griffith, H., Shirley, M., Fleming, N.S., Abernethy, B. & Gatti, S. (2003).
Developing Options for Providing Water for the Environment in the Onkaparinga River Catchment.
Proceedings of the 28th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, 10-14 November 2003, Wollongong, Australia.

Irrigation delivery efficiency

Lang, S., Lowe, L. & Griffith, H. (2011).
Channel System Losses: Uncertainty and Correlations with Water Level.
Proceedings of the 2011 Irrigation Australia Conference, 23-24 August 2011, Launceston, Australia.

Lang, S., Hickey, J. & Oakes, T. (2009).
Using Total Channel Control © Data to Examine the Temporal Distribution of Losses in Irrigation Distribution Systems.
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