Interactions between large-scale modes of climate variability that influence Australian hydroclimatic regimes
Effective management of water resources, including surface and ground water, is vital and relies on a thorough understanding of climatic and hydrological (or 'hydroclimatic') variability. In Australia hydroclimatic variability is associated with several large-scale climate modes, including remote phenomena such as El Nino - Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD), and more regional climate indices such as the sub-tropical ridge (STR). Individually, the large-scale climate...[Show more]
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