The effects of climate change on ecologically relevant flow regimes: A comparative study between Upper Murrumbidgee and Goulburn Broken catchments
The management of freshwater ecosystems is usually targeted through the regulation of water quantity (limiting diversions and providing environmental flows) and regulation of water quality (setting limits or targets for constituent concentrations). Climate change is likely to affect water quantity and quality in multiple ways and the future management of freshwater ecosystems requires predictions of plausible future conditions. We use a suite of ecologically-relevant hydrological indicators to...[Show more]
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|Source:||MODSIM2013, 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation|
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