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Geoscience Australia's staff has been involved in the following data capture exercises:

  • Victoria, 2009: Survey of buildings affected by bushfires
  • Innisfail, Queensland, 2006: Survey of buildings affected by Tropical Cyclone Larry
  • Lismore, New South Wales, 2005: Survey of buildings affected by flooding
  • Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, 2005: Survey of buildings affected by bushfires
  • Melbourne, Victoria, 2004: Survey of buildings affected by flooding
  • Hobart, Tasmania, 2004: Building survey of CBD district
  • Hobart, Tasmania, 2004: Building survey of CBD district
  • Darwin, Northern Territory, 2004: Building survey of CBD district
  • Perth, Western Australia, 2003: Building survey of flood plains
  • Sydney, New South Wales, 2003: Building survey of CBD district
  • Bendigo, New South Wales, 2003: Survey of buildings affected by a powerful wind storm
  • Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2003: Survey of buildings affected by the January 18 bushfires
  • Perth, Western Australia, 2002: Building survey of CBD district
  • Perth, Western Australia, 2001: Microtremor survey
  • Dubbo, New South Wales, 2001: Survey of buildings affected by a powerful tornado
  • Gujarat, India, 2001: Earthquake survey
  • Newcastle, New South Wales, 2000: Earthquake hazard assessment
  • South East Queensland, 1999: Risk hazard assessment
  • Gladstone, Queensland, 1998: Risk hazard assessment
  • Mackay, Queensland, 1998: Risk hazard assessment
  • Cairns, Queensland, 1998: Risk hazard assessment
  • Adelaide, South Australia, 1998: Geotechnical data collection
  • Launceston, Tasmania, 1997: Geotechnical data collection
  • Homebush, New South Wales, 1996: Geotechnical data collection.

Topic contact: hazards@ga.gov.au Last updated: November 18, 2010