STAHY 2018 Workshop – 24-26 September 2018 – Adelaide, South Australia

Orals III

III

New insights into flood frequency analysis and risk assessment
Session details
Orals
 / Tue, 25 Sep, 13:50–15:30  / Lecture Theater (Beachside 3)
 / Wed, 26 Sep, 13:50–14:30  / Lecture Theater (Beachside 3)
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Tuesday, 25 Sep 2018
Lecture Theater (Beachside 3)
13:50–14:10
STAHY2018-17
Comparison of local and regional methods to estimate peak flow quantiles based on synthetic records
Gabriel Perez, Ricardo Mantilla, Witold Krajewski, and Daniel Wright
14:10–14:30
STAHY2018-33
Regional flood frequency analysis in Australia: RFFE Model and beyond
Ataur Rahman
14:30–14:50
STAHY2018-31
New approaches to extremes: Multivariate line-mesh distributions and transformed annual maxima
Earl Bardsley and Varvara Vetrova
14:50–15:10
STAHY2018-36
How rare is that storm or flood?
Colin Clark
15:10–15:30
STAHY2018-35
Title: Does Homogeneity Matter in RFFA: A case study in NSW, Australia
Ayesha Rahman and Ataur rahman

Wednesday, 26 Sep 2018
Lecture Theater (Beachside 3)
13:50–14:10
STAHY2018-22
A 60-Minute Design Rainstorm for the Urban Area of Yangpu District, Shanghai, China
Yuanfang Chen and the Anqi Wang et al
14:10–14:30
STAHY2018-37
Variability of urban flood response to radar rainfall inputs
Yunze Wang, Michael Leonard, Martin Lambert, Mahesh Prakash, Nikhil Garg, Raymond Cohen, and Zhao Tian