Tasmanian State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment
The 2016 Tasmanian State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment (TSNDRA) examines the state level risks associated with bushfires, storms, severe weather events, earthquakes, landslips, coastal inundation, heatwaves, and human influenza pandemic. The TSNDRA provides a basis for decision-making across the Tasmanian emergency management sector; particularly in relation to risk reduction and mitigation activity priorities.
The TSNDRA was prepared by a project team from the University of Tasmania, RMIT University and the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre. The TSNDRA was endorsed by the State Emergency Management Committee in June 2016 as the authoritative state level natural disaster risk assessment for Tasmania.
- TSNDRA Report (2016) (4.4 MB) 6 September 2016
- TSNDRA 2016 – All Hazard Summary (1.43 MB) 6 September 2016
- TSNDRA 2016 – Coastal Inundation Fact Sheet (160 kB) 6 September 2016
- TSNDRA 2016 – Heat Wave Fact Sheet (164 kB) 6 September 2016
- TSNDRA 2016 – Pandemic Influenza Fact Sheet (178 kB) 6 September 2016
- TSNDRA – A Guide to Staying Safe (2.22 MB) 7 November 2013