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149 Technical Papers THE AUTHORS Dr Stuart Khan (email: firstname.lastname@example.org. au) is an Associate Professor in the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales. Ben Stanford (email: bstanford@ hazenandsawyer.com) is Director of Applied Research at Hazen and Sawyer, Raleigh,NC, US. Shona Fitzgerald (email: SHONA. FITZGERALD@sydneywater.com.au) is a Graduate Scientist at Sydney Water Corporation. REFERENCES BOM (2010): Annual Australian Climate Statement 2010. Retrieved June 2012, from www.bom.gov.au/announcements/media_ releases/climate/change/20110105.shtml Chafer CJ (2007): Wild re, Catchment Health and Water Quality: A Review of Knowledge Derived From Research Undertaken in Sydney's Water Supply Catchments 2002--2007. Donaghy P (2012): Management of Residuals Production During Excessive Wet Weather Events at Water Treatment Plants. Ozwater'12. Sydney, Australia. Garnaut R (2008): The Garnaut Climate Change Review: Final Report. Melbourne, Australia: 680. IPCC (2001): IPCC Glossary of Terms. Retrieved June 2012, from www.ipcc.ch/publications_ and_data/publications_and_data_glossary. shtml#.T-itkjvNoZM. IPCC (2012): Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation, Special Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. CB Field, V Barros, TF Stocker et al. New York: 594. McManamon P (2011): Statement of Peter McManamon, 13 May 2011. Statement for the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry. Robinson AA (2011): Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry -- Supplementary Submission by Queensland Bulk Water Supply Authority trading as Seqwater. Short MD, Peirson WL, Peters GM & Cox RJ (2012): Managing Adaptation of Urban Water Systems in a Changing Climate. Water Resource Management, 26, pp 1953--1981. Smith HG, Sheridan GJ, Lane PNJ, Nyman P & Haydon S (2011): Wild re Effects on Water Quality in Forest Catchments- -- A Review With Implications for Water Supply. Journal of Hydrology, 396, pp 170--192. Steffen W (2011): The Critical Decade: Climate Science, Risks and Responses, Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Climate Change and Energy Ef ciency: 72. Wallbrink P, English P, Chafer C, Humphreys G, Shakesby R, Blake W & Doerr S (2004): Impacts on Water Quality by Sediments and Nutrients Released During Extreme Bush res: Report 1: A Review of the Literature Pertaining to the Effect of Fire on Erosion and Erosion Rates, With Emphasis on the Nattai Catchment, NSW, Following the 2001 Bush res, CSIRO Land and Water Client Report. Warner S (2011): Restoring Ecological Infrastructure for Flood Resilience: The 2011 Southeast Queensland Floods and Beyond, SEQ Catchments, Submission to the Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry: 39. White I, Wade A, Worthy M, Mueller N, Daniell TM & Wasson R (2006): The Vulnerability of Water Supply Catchments to Bush res: Impacts of the January 2003 Wild res on the Australian Capital Territory. Australian Journal of Water Resources, 10, 2, pp 179--194. Wilkinson S, Wallbrink P, Shakesby R, Blake W & Doerr S (2007): Impacts on Water Quality by Sediments and Nutrients Released During Extreme Bush res: Summary of Findings. CSIRO Land and Water Science Report 38/07. Report for the Sydney Catchment Authority: 15. EXTREME WEATHER & DISASTER MANAGEMENT ONLINE TRAINING Professional development options at the click of a button. www.awa.asn.au/online_training Reduce staff time spent travelling to offsite training. Minimize the costs involved with sending staff to training outside of the workplace. Access the learning platform anywhere, 24/7. You can be sure all courses are led by experienced lecturers. Help your staff update and upgrade their knowledge and skills. AWA is pleased to offer our corporate members, a discounted bulk purchase of online training registrations which reduces the price of most of the programs by up to 50% off their true cost.
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