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    Default this one is just of interest

    Something of interest perhaps !
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    Default re: this one is just of interest

    Don't know if this is Nautical Terry?
    But is it to do with the Floods in Malawi
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    More likely though is the recent heavy Rains they have had in Cape Town and surrounds
    such as Somerset West ,Edgemead and parts of Blaauberg
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    Default re: this one is just of interest

    Can not help thinking it look like somewhere in Oz Vern. So Queensland would spring to mind if that is the case.
    That's the way the mop flops.

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    Default re: this one is just of interest

    Yes Les
    I think you could well be correct I did not think on Aussie LOL
    Thought Terry was sort of pointing to South Africa ??
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    Default re: this one is just of interest

    Could be the Daly River region south of Darwin
    When one door closes another one shuts, it must be the wind

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    The Clarence River has flooded areas around Grafton NSW four times since 2009, significantly affecting rural properties.Photo: NSW State Emergency Service, Clarence Nambucca Region.
    Remote sensing flood data is filling the gaps
    This article originally appeared in the Autumn 2016 edition of Fire Australia magazine. By Freya Jones.

    Predicting water depth and its velocity is key for timely and accurate flood forecasts, and Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC research along the Clarence River in northern New South Wales has recently undertaken a hydrological survey to improve flood forecasting in the area.

    Using a HydroSurveyor, including an echo sounder, Doppler velocity profiler and GPS antenna, the research team has built a three-dimensional map of the river bed which can be maintained as conditions change.

    This is a significant benefit for the Clarence Valley, and will be used to calculate the capacity of the river to deal with incoming flows, says Associate Professor Valentijn Pauwels, who is leading the CRC project, Improving flood forecast skill using remote sensing data. Terry
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    Default Re: this one is just of interest

    Thanks Terry
    As it was not actually Nautical I have Edited a few lines and the Header and moved the Thread
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