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Rockhampton Flood Crisis – Images At The Fitzroy River Barrage

January 10, 2011 by

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The flood crisis here in Rockhampton still remains quite a high level, even though the emphasis has moved to other areas where major flooding is still in progress. In Rockhampton, the river level at the flood height marker still shows 9.10 metres (29 feet and 7 inches) and steady, barely 4 inches below the peak, […]

Rockhampton Flood Crisis – Attack Of The Blood Suckers

January 7, 2011 by

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FLOOD PEAK MOVES ON SLOWLY – MEDIA JUST MOVES ON. Where I mention the Media here, be cognizant of the fact that in effect, I am doing the same as they are, albeit on a much lesser scale, and on a more intimately personal level than they are. I never thought I would in effect […]

The Rockhampton Flood Crisis – The Fitzroy River Barrage

January 2, 2011 by

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THE ROLE OF ENGINEERING IN A FLOOD. The current flood crisis here in Rockhampton where I live has now developed into a waiting game. The rail link in from the South was the first to close more than a week back now. The main highway in from the South has been cut off at the […]

Queensland Australia Flood Disaster Central – Rockhampton

January 1, 2011 by

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A DISASTER IN SLOW MOTION. This is an update to my earlier post at the following link. Major Floods In Queensland Australia Sometimes, even though a flood only affects people in their own immediate area, the full scope of the area under water is sometimes lost, so consider this. At the moment, the area under […]