Queensland Climate Change and Community Vulnerability to Tropical Cyclones
Ocean hazards assessment
Reporting on a joint project multi-agency investigation to assess the magnitude of the present and future ocean threat from tropical cyclones in Queensland, Australia and the vulnerability of coastal communities to extreme winds.
Storm tide frequency information, generated as part of this project, is available for a number of locations along the Queensland coast. This information is available at https://www.jcu.edu.au/emergency/natural-disasters/university-cyclone-response.
An Overview and Discussion of Results from Project Stages 2,3 and 4
Review of Technical Requirements
MMSURGE Modelling System and Parametric Model Processing
Tropical Cyclone-Induced Water Levels and Waves: Hervey Bay and Sunshine Coast
Surge Plus Tide Statistics for Selected Open Coast Locations along the Queensland East Coast
Development of a Cyclone Wind Damage Model for use in Cairns, Townsville and Mackay
Last updated 22 February 2016