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Jayson Peterson

Hydro Tasmania has recently developed a Dam Safety Emergency Plan, which covers 54 referable dams throughout Tasmania. A major contribution was the development of the Pieman River flood warning system. The flood warning system is a computer-based model that forecasts the hydrological situation of the catchment up to 48 hours into the future and alarms the appropriate personnel when a flood event is imminent. The Pieman River catchment experiences some of the highest average annual rainfalls in Tasmania and contains dams in the High Hazard category. The flood warning system was developed using Hydstra Modelling™ (formerly TimeStudio), which links directly to the Hydstra TSM™ database. This package offers powerful automation tools that enable the Pieman River flood warning system to operate, alert personnel and display results on Hydro Tasmania’s internal website with no manual involvement. With its maintenance free operation and user-friendly interfaces, the Pieman River flood warning system is an effective contribution towards the overall risk management package of the Pieman River Power Development

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – Dam Safety – Development of an Automated Flood Warning System for the Pieman River Catchment

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – DAM SAFETY – DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM FOR THE PIEMAN RIVER CATCHMENT

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – The Use of the Watt Inclinometer for Observing the Face Deflections of Concrete Faced Rockfill Dams

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    2006 – Hydro Tasmania Survey & Instrumentation – Guidelines and Decision Frameworks

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    2007  Papers

    2007 – Seismic hazard assessment of the Lake Edgar Fault

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