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  • production/onslow_2006/

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    2929* Impact modelling
    3030* Summary
     31* Acknowledgements
    3132* References
    3233* Appendix: Metadata
    279280     \section{Summary}
    280281     \input{summary}
     283     \section{Acknowledgements}
     284     \input{acknowledgements}
    282286    \input{references}
  • production/onslow_2006/report/damage.tex

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    5050is summarised in Table \ref{table:damageoutput}. The percentage
    5151of repair cost to structural value shown is based on the total structural value
    52 of \$60,187,955. Likewise, the percentage of contents loss shown is
    53 based on the total contents value of \$85,410,060 for
    54 the Onslow region. The injuries sustained is summarised
    55 in Table \ref{table:injuries}. The HAT scenario is the only scenario to cause damage
    56 to Onslow with around \%13 of the population affected.
     52of \$60M. Likewise, the percentage of contents loss shown is
     53based on the total contents value of \$85M for
     54the Onslow region.
     55%The injuries sustained is summarised in Table \ref{table:injuries}.
     56The HAT scenario is the only scenario to cause damage
     57to Onslow with around 10-15\% of the population affected.
    6566& of Total Value & Losses & of Total Value \\ \hline
    6667%MSL & & 1 & \$ &   \% & \$ &  \% \\ \hline
    67 HAT 68& 1&\$6 237 263 & &\$12 664 077 & & \\ \hline
     68HAT 68& 1&\$6M & &\$13M & & \\ \hline
    6869%LAT & & & & & & \\ \hline
  • production/onslow_2006/report/data.tex

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    181820m Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and orthophotography
    1919covering the NW Shelf. The DTED Level 2 data is ``bare earth'' and
    20 the DLI data distorted by vegetation and buildings. The WA DLI data
    21 is used for the simulation results, due to its overall
    22 increased accuracy over the DTED data.
     20the DLI data distorted by vegetation and buildings. 
    2422Figure \ref{fig:contours_compare}(a) shows the contour lines for
    2624that the extent of the tidal inundation is exaggerated. This is due to
    2725short comings with the digital elevation model (DEM) created from
    28 the DTED data. The DEM has been
    29 derived from 20m contour lines. {\bf Need some words from hamish here.} Figure \ref{fig:contours_compare}(b) shows
     26the DTED data.
     27Figure \ref{fig:contours_compare}(b) shows
    3028the contour lines for HAT, MSL and LAT for Onslow using the WA DLI data.
    3129It is obvious that there are significant differences in each DEM with
  • production/onslow_2006/report/discussion.tex

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    44line is further from the coast for the DTED data than the DLI data, we
    55expect the inundation to extend further and thus be greater than
    6 that seen in Figure \ref{fig:MSL_map}. Further, the impact modelling
     6that seen in Figure \ref{fig:MSL_max_inundation}.
     7Further, the impact modelling
    78will result in inflated structural and contents loss figures as well as
    89numbers of people affected.
  • production/onslow_2006/report/interpretation.tex

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    38 Examining the offshore locations shown in Section \ref{sec:timeseries},
    39 the drawdown prior to the tsunami wave
     38Examining the offshore locations shown in Appendix
     39\ref{sec:timeseries}, the drawdown prior to the tsunami wave
    4040arriving at the shore can be seen to occur around 230 mins 
    4141(3.8 hours) after the tsunami is generated.
    6969Subsequent drawdowns are seen as the multitude of waves which make up the
    70 event (see Figure \ref{fig:MOSTsolution}) propagate towards the shore.
     70event propagate towards the shore.
    7272%At some gauge locations, these
  • production/onslow_2006/report/onslow_2006_report.tex

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    127127     \section{Summary}
    128128     \input{summary}
     130     \section{Acknowledgements}
     131     \input{acknowledgements}
    130133    \input{references}
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