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Modification of Byron shire coastal hazard lines

J.T. Carley & D.S. Rayner
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2009/10

NSW coastal inundation hazard study: coastal storms and extreme waves

T. D. Shand, I. A. Goodwin, M. A. Mole, J. T. Carley, S. Browning, I. R. Coghlan, M. D. Harley & W. L. Peirson
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2010/16

Supplementary 2D physical modelling of breaking wave characteristics

E.D. Couriel, D.R. Cox & P.R. Horton
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 98/14

Detailed concept design of Yamba-Iluka ebb tide release

W.C. Glamore, D.S. Rayner & B.M. Miller
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2008/28

Pre-feasibility assessment of managed aquifer recharge in the Botany aquifer

W.A. Timms, R.I. Aceworth, N. Merrick & A.M. Badenhop
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2006/33

Hawkesbury-Nepean Estuary saline dynamics model calibration

D. R. Cox, W. L. Peirson & J. L. Davies
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2003/01

Analysis of shoreline variability and erosion/accretion trends: December 2006 - May 2007: report 6 - Palm Beach coastal imaging system

M.J. Blacka, D.J. Anderson & I.L. Turner
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2007/21

Assessment of flood hazard in urban floodplains

G.P. Smith & C.D. Wasko
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2011/12

An investigation of the potential ecological impacts of freshwater extraction from the Richmond River tidal pool

W. L. Peirson, K. Bishop, M. J. Chadwick & R. Nittim
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 99/51

Pittwater coastal inundation assessment 3 Sturdee Lane, Elvina Bay

J. T. Carley
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Technical Report No. 2004/08

Validation of Australian Bureau of Meteorology High Resolution Wave Model (HI-WAM)

I R Coghlan
The Water Research Laboratory (WRL) of the University of New South Wales has undertaken the first national assessment of the performance of the HI-WAM wave model developed by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM). The model was validated against wave buoy measurements from 18 locations around Australia over an 11 year period 1 (1997 to 2008). This high resolution, modified version of WAM was found to generally reproduce the overall natural variability of the sea...

Hydraulics of Flow Near Wells in Unconsolidated Sediments. Report No. 126, Vol. 2. Field Studies. March 1973.

C. R. Dudgeon, P. S. Huyakorn & W. H. C. Swan
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Report No. 126, Vol 2

The assessment of the water resources of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea. October 1964.

C. H. Munro
Discusses importance of hydrological data collection. Present state of data collection in Papua New Guinea., New Britain, New ireland, Bougainville and Manus. Need for a national network. Detailed plan given, togther with proposals for training the indigenous people.

Non-Darcy Flow of Groundwater - Part 1 - Theoretical, Experimental and Numerical Studies

C. R. Dudgeon
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Report No. 162

An improvement to the probabilistic discrete state modelling of reservoir behaviour. March 1975.

D. G. Doran
Develops a method for dealing with the computation of stochastic reservoir behaviour which is to be called the "divided interval technique", which offers better accuracy. An outline of storage behaviour analysis techniques followed by a literature review on storage theory precedes an account of probabilistic reservoir models. Many methods suffer from inaccuracies because of dicretetization. This study develops a technique to overcome this problem, and its efficacy is exemplified. This improved method is used to...

No. 2 Rainspray Sprinkler Characteristics. January 1961.

D. T. Howell
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Report No. 34

Effects of Flow on Cyanobacterial Levels in the Hawkesbury Estuary. March 2003.

W L Peirson & A Church
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Report No. 213

Wastewater discharge at casey Station, Antarctica. December 1999.

B. Cathers, C. E. Morris & P. M. Tate
Over the summer period December 1997/January 1998, a program of field work was undertaken as part of a research project to develop numerical models of the wastewater discharge systems entering the marine waters off Casey Station in Antarctica. Samples were evaluated for ammonia, total phosphorus, and four categories of bacteria of the study period , and levels compared with the wastewater treatment plant influent and effluent, and marine background levels. Elevated levels of all parameters...

Hydraulic grade line determination in urban drainage systems. October 1997.

J. E. Ball
Describes the hydraulic theory and its applications for the analysis of Hydraulic Grade Lines in urban stormwater drainage systems. Also describes the computer software called STNET.

Hydraulic studies for Liddell Power Station. Report No. 110, Vol. 5. Cooling water circulating pump intake. May 1969.

K. C. Yong & R. T. Hattersley
Each volume carries a short abstract summarising the contents of various studies for the cooling water systems for Liddell Power Station.

Hydraulic studies for Liddell Power Station. Report No. 110, Vol. 6. Cooling water outfall. May 1969.

D. N. Foster & D. L. Wilkinson
Each volume carries a short abstract summarising the contents of various studies for the cooling water systems for Liddell Power Station.

Canberra Lakes Scheme dam crest profile. March 1960.

I. R. Wood
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Report No. 14

Report on loss coefficients for corrugated mesh cooling water screens. August 1961.

D. N. Foster
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Report No. 43

Mitigation of siltation in farm water storages. May 1969.

R. T. Hattersley & R. C. Nelson
Present practices for the prevention of siltation in rural storages are reviewed in this report and compared with overseas practices. An anlysis of the effectivesness of conventional silt tanks is provided based on the approximate theories for settling of granular solids in sedimentation basins. A limited gtoup of case studies was made in an endeavour to highlight significant factors for the control and prevention of siltation in rural storages as topics for further research.

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