Hydrologic modelling for a changing world
Grant number: FT120100130 | Funding period: 2013 - 2018
Realistic modelling of streamflow under climate change requires development of new hydrologic modelling techniques that are robust under changing conditions. This project will develop and test those new techniques and apply them to the latest climate change projections to assess the likely climate change impact on Australia’s water resources.
Related publications (23)
Amplification of risks to water supply at 1.5°C and 2°C in drying climates: a case study for Melbourne, Australia
Benjamin J Henley, Murray C Peel, Rory Nathan, Andrew David King, Anna M Ukkola, David J Karoly, Kim S Tan
Human-induced climate change poses a major threat to the reliable water supply in many highly populated regions. Here we combine ..
Simulating Runoff Under Changing Climatic Conditions: A Framework for Model Improvement
K Fowler, Gemma Coxon, Jim Freer, Murray Peel, Thorsten Wagener, Andrew Western, Ross Woods, Lu Zhang
Rainfall-runoff models are often deficient under changing climatic conditions, yet almost no recent studies propose new or improve..