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This paper has examined the causes, impacts and some implications of the January 2011 Brisbane flood. The period December 2010 to January 2011 coincided with a strong La Niña event, often associated with extreme rainfall and widespread flooding in eastern Australia.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 happened in Brisbane and Queensland in December 2010?
One of the most devastating of recent floods in Australian history hit Brisbane and Queensland in December 2010. Thirty five people were killed, over two hundred thousand people were affected by it, and damages came to around 2.38 billion AUS dollars. It was not just one flood, but a series of them caused by bad weather in the preceding months.What has come out of the 2011 flooding?
Another positive signal to come out of the 2011 flooding has been a decision by the Brisbane City Council to raise the Defined Flood Level (DFL) for rebuilding purposes using the January 2011 peak flood level in most areas. Prior to this the flood control levels were based on the notional (modeled) 1-in-100 year flood.