Drawing upon the latest developments in information communication technology, biophysical modelling and the social sciences, Griffith University has developed a suite of decision support tools to help policy makers, planners and managers undertake climate-related impact modelling and risk assessments and identify adaptation strategies and options.
The decision support tools can be populated with user-specified data and information. They can also be further tailored for specific users and geographic locations from local to national and beyond, including in the Asia-Pacific region.
Please explore the links below and contact us for further information.
A pilot project which allows cyclone parameters to be entered onto a map to predict and simulate the associated storm surge.
A research group which offers modelling services focusing on climate change adaptation problems including ecological, social and economic aspects of human interaction with nature.
An interactive map of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and related bodies.
An App which assists researchers engaged in stakeholder-driven climate change adaptation research.
A "one-stop modelling shop" that facilitates species distribution modelling as a function of current and future climate.
An Australian climate change adaptation information hub.
This tool allows for more efficient discovery of programs contained in the Adaptation Options for Human Settlements in South East Queensland report.
An App which provides climate change projections, impacts and adaptation options for coastal Australia.