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Flooding across Australia can have significant consequences for infrastructure, people and communities. CSIRO conducts research on causes of flooding, their impact and how to prepare or respond.
We’re using 3D flood modelling and visualisation to help inform disaster planning and infrastructure needs.
Primary topic: Data for decisions
Floods are part of Australia's natural ecology, although floods can cause significant damage to infrastructure and loss of life. Climate change may result in more sever flooding.
General advice on identifying some of the most common problems associated with buildings following a flood event.
This page provides information about the impacts of the flooding on agriculture and bushland, including soils, production, supply, farm infrastructure and livelihoods.
Frequently asked questions about floods, their causes and impacts.
Information about mosquito-borne disease in the context of Australian floods.
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Last updated: Last updated: 22 March 2015
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