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2016 Tasmanian State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment

The 2016 Tasmanian State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment (TSNDRA) is an assessment of the state level risks associated with bushfires, storms, severe weather events, earthquakes, landslips, coastal inundation, heatwaves, and human influenza pandemic, in Tasmania. The overall aim of the 2016 TSNDRA is to contribute to disaster resilience by delivering an increased understanding and awareness of emergency risks affecting the state of Tasmania. The purpose of the 2016 TSNDRA is to provide a basis to inform decision-making across the Tasmanian emergency management sector; particularly in relation to risk reduction and mitigation activity priorities.

The 2016 TSNDRA was prepared by a project team from the University of Tasmania, RMIT University and the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre. The 2016 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)  Adobe PDF Icon  Size(4.4 MB) September 06 2016 Get Software

TSNDRA 2016 - All Hazard Summary  Adobe PDF Icon  Size(1.43 MB) September 06 2016 Get Software

TSNDRA 2016 - Coastal Inundation Fact Sheet   Adobe PDF Icon  Size(160 kB) September 06 2016 Get Software

TSNDRA 2016 - Heat Wave Fact Sheet   Adobe PDF Icon  Size(164 kB) September 06 2016 Get Software

TSNDRA 2016 - Pandemic Influenza Fact Sheet   Adobe PDF Icon  Size(178 kB) September 06 2016 Get Software

TSNDRA - A Guide to Staying Safe  Adobe PDF Icon  Size(2.22 MB) November 07 2013 Get Software

2012 Tasmanian State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment

The 2012 Tasmanian State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment (TSNDRA) was an assessment of the state level risks associated with bushfires, storms, severe weather events, earthquakes, and landslips in Tasmania. The overall aim of the 2012 TSNDRA was to contribute to disaster resilience by delivering an increased understanding and awareness of emergency risks affecting the state of Tasmania. The purpose of the 2012 TSNDRA was to provide a basis to inform decision-making across the Tasmanian emergency management sector; particularly in relation to risk reduction and mitigation activity priorities. 

The 2012 Tasmanian State Natural Disaster Risk Assessment (TSNDRA) is an assessment of the state level risks associated with bushfires, storms, severe weather events, earthquakes, and landslips in Tasmania. The overall aim of the TSNDRA is to contribute to disaster resilience by delivering an increased understanding and awareness of emergency risks affecting the state of Tasmania. The purpose of the TSNDRA is to provide a basis to inform decision-making across the Tasmanian emergency management sector; particularly in relation to risk reduction and mitigation activity priorities.

TSNDRA Report (2012)  Adobe PDF Icon  Size(2.84 MB) November 07 2013 Get Software

TSNDRA Report Errata  Adobe PDF Icon  Size(62.5 kB) November 14 2013 Get Software

TSNDRA - A Guide to Staying Safe  Adobe PDF Icon  Size(2.22 MB) November 07 2013 Get Software

TSNDRA Report Summary  Adobe PDF Icon  Size(700 kB) November 07 2013 Get Software

2003 Tasmanian Emergency Risk State Summary

The 2003 Tasmanian Emergency Risk State Summary provides an overview of regionally assessed risks posed by flood, wildfire, storm, severe weather, earthquake, and landslip hazards in Tasmania. These risks were assessed between 2001 and 2003 as part of the Tasmanian Emergency Risk Management Project. Detailed regional level reports and associated spatial data layers were prepared to assist Regional and Municipal Emergency Management Committees manage relevant risks.

2003 Tasmanian Emergency Risk State Summary Report