The PMF has long been used as a bookend for a worst-case scenario. In concept, the PMF is the largest flood resulting from a combination of severe meteorological and hydrological conditions that could reasonably be expected to occur. Can we expect to see a PMF anywhere? Is a project that is designed to protect against the PMF truly safe? Expand your knowledge by joining our webinar to hear international experts address these questions and more.

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Rory Nathan

University of Melbourne

Rory is a Professor at the University of Melbourne and has over 40 years’ experience in engineering and environmental hydrology, mostly in industry, and now focuses his time on research and teaching... Read more

Daryl Lam

Water Technology

Daryl is an environmental scientist who works with companies, academics and policymakers to address environmental concerns. His focus includes analysing palaeofloods to improve flood management. Daryl... Read more

Krey Price

International Water Training Institute

Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, Krey is a civil engineer and project manager with international experience in water resources. He is engaged in computational modelling, engineeri... Read more

Ben Tate

Water Technology

Ben is Water Technology’s Regional General Manager of Victoria and the National Practice Lead for Flooding. Ben has many years of experience in flood modelling, hydrology, floodplain risk managem... Read more