Tag Archive: New South Wales

Apr 23 2012

A Few Good Reads (4/23/12): The Slow Climb Out of Recession

This week: The slow recovery in the AEC industry, more room needed on the Missouri, the threat of earthquakes to Delta levees, more rain and flooding in NSW, and the potential for photogrammetry to make laser scanning obsolete. The Top 500 Design Firms Start to Rise Above Economic Woes (Engineering News-Record) On the domestic side, …

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Mar 19 2012

A Few Good Reads (3/19/12): Murrumbidgee River Flooding

This week: Will the levees hold on the Murrumbidgee River, Boehner’s tour of Natomas, what exactly does “Room for the Rivers” mean? and having empathy in the workplace.

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Mar 05 2012

A Few Good Reads (3/5/12): New South Wales Deluge Continues

This week: The massive flooding continues in NSW, putting the “I” back in LiDAR, the recovery continues in Thailand, and photographing every inch of the Sacramento River.   Residents in Awe of Flooding (The Age) After days of heavy rain and floods, the weather system soaking parts of NSW has passed its peak and started …

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Feb 07 2012

Queensland Dealing with Flooding Again


  Queensland, Australia is again dealing with the onslaught of flooding. As NSW continues to deal with their inundation, flooding now shifts into southern Queensland. The town of St. George has practically been evacuated as the Balonne River experiences record flooding. You can see in an overview of the gages (see below)  that the number …

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