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Hazard Planning and Resilience

CeRDI is working alongside state-wide and regional emergency planning organisations, environmental management groups, local government, and with communities to implement initiatives to respond appropriately to emergencies and improve responses to mitigate the impacts of natural hazards and emergencies. Innovative technologies, spatial mapping, and eResearch tools are enabling new, more responsive and appropriate methods for planning and responding. Research has also been conducted by CeRDI that informs resilience building in communities affected by natural disaster and emergencies.

 

PROJECTS

Mapping and Understanding Bushfire and Natural Hazard Vulnerability

Mapping and Understanding Bushfire and Natural Hazard Vulnerability

CeRDI, in collaboration with the Victoria Institute of Strategic Economic Studies at Victoria University is building spatial maps of economic, social and environmental values at risk in Victoria from bushfire and natural hazards. This research is being undertaken for the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC. Continue reading...
 

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Corangamite Flood Portal

Corangamite Flood Portal

CeRDI has developed the Corangamite Flood Portal as part of its long-term collaborative research partnership with the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority. The Flood Portal brings together information for stakeholders on floodplain management within the Corangamite Region, including an interactive flood report, and provides the opportunity for stakeholders to input into the Corangamite Regional Floodplain Management Strategy. Continue reading...
 

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Interoperable Spatial Knowledge Base for Integrated Fire Management Planning website

Interoperable Spatial Knowledge Base for Integrated Fire Management Planning

The Barwon South West Interoperable Spatial Knowledge Base is a web-based portal which supports regional, local and community level planning to manage assets from the risk and consequences of fire and other emergency events. This collaborative project spatially maps existing data plus open source data overlayed on asset landscapes, in order to better understand risk and consequences associated with these events. Continue reading...

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Colac Otway Shire Mapping Portal

Colac Otway Shire Mapping Portal

CeRDI, in collaboration with the Colac Otway Shire (COS), has created an easily accessible, intuitive-to-use, interoperable mapping portal to provide data and visual information about properties in the Shire. This information can be used by individuals and organisations including, community groups, government departments and agencies, other municipalities, regional authorities, emergency service researchers and businesses. Continue reading...

 

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Measuring the economic, environmental and social impacts of landslides and floods in the Grampians region

Measuring the Economic, Environmental and Social Impacts of Landslides and Floods in the Grampians Region

The social, economic and environmental impacts of the 2011 landslides and floods in and around the Grampians National Park in Victoria were investigated, with a particular emphasis on risk and resilience, from the perspectives of emergency services Continue reading...

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Southern Gippsland Agricultural Climate Resilience Project - Impact Research Study

Southern Gippsland Agricultural Climate Resilience Project - Impact Research Study

An extensive impact research study reporting on the Southern Gippsland Agricultural Climate Resilience Project (ACRP) has recently been completed by CeRDI researchers. This research was undertaken to examine the outcomes from a two year project implemented to support climate change adaptation across food producers in the Southern Gippsland region. Continue reading...

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How Well Are We Adapting Portal

How Well Are We Adapting Portal

CeRDI, in collaboration with the member Councils of the Western Alliance for Greenhouse Action in Melbourne’s west, has recently developed the How Well Are We Adapting portal. How Well Are We Adapting is a web-based tool to assist the Councils to implement the framework for monitoring, evaluation and reporting on climate adaptation. The portal is assisting to build the capacity of the council and community to respond to and manage municipal climate impacts. Continue reading...
 

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Our Coast website

Our Coast

The Our Coast website provides information to local government and communities in the Bellarine Peninsula and Geelong areas about planning for a changing climate and the potential local environmental impacts such as rising sea levels, storm surges and coastal erosion. Continue reading...


 

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South West Climate Change Portal

South West Climate Change Portal

The South West Climate Change Portal provides tools, maps and visualisations to enable stakeholders to understand and plan for climate change in the south-west region of Victoria. It represents a collaboration between Corangamite and Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authorities, and the councils of the Great South Coast (under the Climate Resilient Communities of the Barwon South West project), in partnership with CeRDI. Continue reading...
 

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Climate Ready

Climate Ready

The Climate Ready portal assist businesses and property owners in the bayside suburbs of south eastern Melbourne with information, resources and tools to better plan for the effects of climate change. Continue reading...



 

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Resources

Technology

Filtering Layers & Exporting data - Colac Otway Shire Web GIS
Other tools & functions - Colac Otway Shire Web GIS
Save & share your own maps - Colac Otway Shire Web GIS
Add your own WMS layers - Colac Otway Shire Web GIS
 
 
 
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