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    6 ANUGA is an Free and Open Source Software implementation of the Shallow Water Wave equations developed by Geoscience Australia and the ANU since 2004. It is available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/anuga. ANUGA is mainly being used for tsunami inundation modelling, but there is an increasing interest in developing ANUGA into a tool for flood modelling, dam break  studies and even modelling of coastal processes.
     6ANUGA is an Free and Open Source Software implementation of the Shallow Water Wave equations developed by Geoscience Australia and the ANU since 2004 and available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/anuga. ANUGA is mainly being used for tsunami inundation modelling (see e.g. http://www.ga.gov.au/ausgeonews/ausgeonews200609/modelling.jsp), but there is an increasing interest in developing ANUGA into a tool for flood modelling, dam break  studies and even modelling of coastal processes (see e.g. http://www.rienco.com.au/index.php?v=Research_and_Development).
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    88An active community with interest in the use and further development of ANUGA is emerging and it has been proposed that Geoscience Australia host a mini workshop for those interested in ANUGA. The objectives of this workshop are to
     
    1212 * Make prioritised recommendations for future development of ANUGA
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    14 If you are interested in attending or any questions regarding this workshop, please contact
     14If you are interested in attending, give a presentation of ANUGA related work or have any questions regarding this workshop, please contact
    1515Miriam.Middelmann@ga.gov.au, for technical questions regarding ANUGA, please mail to anuga-developers@sourceforge.net, and for all other inquiries about the ANUGA model, please mail Ole.Nielsen@ga.gov.au or Stephen.Roberts@anu.edu.au.
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