Talk – Floods in Canberra

Filed under Event Dates
May ’18
5:30 pm

What is Happening:

Join the SEE-Change Inner South group for a talk about the history of floods in Canberra.

The talk will briefly cover the recent history of flooding in Canberra in comparison to other places in Australia and how Canberra’s ‘flash’ flooding occurs and how it might be affected by climate change.

Following this, a description of info4eco’s latest flood information product; a resource that enables people to understand flood conditions in a storm from their block all the way up to the entire upper Murrumbidgee catchment.

Finally we will discuss some of the technology breakthroughs of the last 10 years that have got us to where we are and how they could be used in understanding other environmental conditions.

Philip Prentice is a chartered environmental engineer and stormwater specialist. He has worked as a government advisor, civil engineer and environmental consultant, and now leads info4eco.info4eco is a Canberra-based environmental tech startup run by Philip Prentice. Using the latest in big data processing and hydrological modelling the company has developed a pool of flood information which helps Canberra’s home owners and government advisors understand and mitigate flood risks for every Canberra property or new development.

Where is it On?:

Griffith meeting room
53 Stuart St
Griffith ACT 2603


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