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The disused Stapylton quarry is located in the suburbs of the Queensland Gold Coast. Gold Coast City Council, as part of the Northern Wastewater Strategy, has included the use of the quarry for storage and re-distribution of reclaimed water from the Beenleigh Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) to the downstream cane farmlands. A comprehensive EIS has been produced, which has strict water quality requirements for the quarry environs as well as the reservoir and outflow. This paper presents the background to the Northern Wastewater Strategy, the requirements for the Stapylton reservoir and the analysis performed for the detailed design of the embankment dam and the inlet bubble plume destratification system. The modelling of the destratification system was undertaken using the programme DYnamic REservoir Simulation Model (DYRESM) coupled with Computational Aquatic Ecosystems DYnamics Model (CAEDYM). The outcomes and implications of the modelling for the design and system operation including environmental monitoring are discussed.

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – STAPYLTON RECLAIMED WATER STORAGE : ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRAINTS ON THE DAM AND DIFFUSER DESIGN

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    2003  Papers

    2003 – Stapylton Reclaimed Water Storage Dam Environmental Constraints and Effects on the Dam and Diffuser Design

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    2005  Papers

    2005 – Importance of Streamflow Monitoring for Sam Safety and Water Supply Security

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    2015  Papers

    2015 – Towards Risk-Based Surveillance Programmes – Maximising the Value of Your Monitoring Spend

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    2016  Papers

    2016 – Maintenance and Testing of Post-Tensioned Anchors for Dams and Appurtenant Structures

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    2017  Papers

    2017 – Operation and Implementation of a Web-based Dam Monitoring Platform

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    2018  Papers

    2018 – Experiences in the Use of TCP/IP Technologies and IP Cameras for Remote Surveillance of Dams

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    2013  Papers

    2013 – Deformation surveying of dams in New Zealand

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    2012  Papers

    2012 – Sediment Monitoring in Lake Argyle confirms success of Ord catchment management

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    2010  Papers

    2010 – Seepage Detection within Embankment Dams using Infrared Thermal Imaging

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    2011  Papers

    2011 – The Quality Chain of Dam Surveillance

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    2011  Papers

    2011 – If it ain’t broke don’t fix it – or should you? Lessons learned from relying on past performance of mechanical assets.

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