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Digital elevation model locally averaged to 0.05 degrees: ANUClimate 1.0, 0.01 degree, Australian Coverage, 1970-2012

Stein, Janet; Stein, John; Hutchinson, Michael


Digital Elevation Model (DEM) locally averaged to 0.05 degree resolution and resampled to 0.01 degree resolution. This is used to support spatial modelling of precipitation and related surface processes that have a coarser resolution interaction with surface topography (Sharples et al. 2005). Derived by calculating a 0.05 degree DEM consisting of 0.05 degree local averages of values from the GEODATA 9 second DEM version 3 (Hutchinson et al. 2008). These 0.05 degree grid values were then...[Show more]

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