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Cyclone Debbie

Data collection initiated following local warnings regarding storm surges affecting the NE Australian coast with the arrival of Cyclone Debbie.

Suspect surges in Eastern Australia on and around 2016-06-05

SEV initiated following reports of extensive coastal damage in the Australian New South Wales region, coinciding with storm conditions, and "King tides" which returned repeatedly to cause further damage.

Unclear whether a surge element was involved, data collection initiated to allow for further investigation by the research community.

Tropical Storm Eleven-14 (Australia)

This eSurge Live event was raised in response to this alert from the Australian Bureau of Metrology.

Satellite data are being made available in the eSurge database.

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Tropical Cyclone Yasi (2011)

Tropical cyclone Yasi hit the coast of Queensland, Australia, on 3rd February 2011, one of the most powerful cyclones to hit this region since records began. It caused a storm tide of up to 5m as well as devastation due to high winds.

Meteorological history

Tropical Cyclone Larry (2006)

Severe tropical cyclone Larry hit Queensland, Australia, on 20th March 2006, with severe damage to property and infrastructure due to winds and flooding, through fortunately no lives were lost.

Meteorological history

Tropical Cyclone Ingrid (2005)

Severe Tropical Cyclone Ingrid was a small but intense cyclone which impacted the Queensland, Northern territory and Western Australia coastlines in March 2005. 

Meteorological History