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Technical report: Ecohydrological regionalisation of Australia: a tool for management and science

Pusey, Brad J.; Kennard, Mark; Hutchinson, Mike; Sheldon, Fran; Stein, Janet; Olden, Julian; McKay, Steve


In river systems, the flow regime is a key driver of the ecology, with features of the riverine landscape (climate, topography, geology and vegetative cover) broadly shaping patterns in the flow regimes at large spatial and temporal scales. This project explored relationships between environmental features of the riverine landscape and riverine flow regimes to develop a continental-scale regional classification of Australia’s rivers. Spatial variation in flow regimes and their linkages to...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2009
Type: Report (Research)
Access Rights: Open Access


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pusey-ecohydrological-regionalization.pdfComplete report7.7 MBAdobe PDFThumbnail
Appendix7-FINAL-revised.pdfAppendix 7. Development of a continent-wide spatial framework for the ecohydrological classification2.98 MBAdobe PDFThumbnail
Appendix8-FINAL-revised.pdfAppendix 8. Ecohydrological classification based on landscape and climate data2.73 MBAdobe PDFThumbnail
demstreamsv293.zipStream network with attribution mapping the ecohydrological regionalisation groups (ESRI shape file format)71.31 MBzip

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