|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|brisbane floods 2011 map||1.07||0.6||7326||44||24|
|brisbane floods 2011 map||1.26||0.1||3337||56|
|2011 flood map brisbane||1.3||0.9||8842||82|
|affected area brisbane flood map 2011||1.26||0.9||1528||90|
With 35 confirmed deaths and over 77 suburbs being evacuated and effected by the flood. The later months of 2010 in the Brisbane area were extremely wet from a combination of the seasonal monsoon and a La Nina event that created torrential and constant rain. This caused a series of flash flooding and 200,000 people were affected.What happened in the 2011 Queensland floods?
A collection of oral history recordings, photographs, hand drawn maps, videos and speech notes relating to the 2011 Queensland floods and the major flood event that occurred in Toowoomba and the Lockyer Valley region on 10 January 2011: a flash flood (described as an 'inland tsunami') which devastatingly took 21 human lives.When was high resolution flood imagery captured in Brisbane?
This high resolution colour imagery was captured proximal to peak flood water inundation of Brisbane City and its surrounding areas. The imagery was captured on the 13th and 14th January 2011 This high resolution colour imagery was captured proximal to peak flood water...What is a'major flood' in Brisbane?
By way of context, a 'major flood' is defined when the Brisbane City gauge is 3.50m or higher. Based on this definition and the chart above, the city of Brisbane experienced a major flood event from approximately 10:00am on Wednesday, 12 January until 6:00pm on Thursday 13, January - 32 hours in total.