Lags in hydrologic recovery following an extreme drought: Assessing the roles of climate and catchment characteristics
Drought, generally characterized by below-average water supply, propagates through thehydrologic system with consequent ecological and societal impacts. Compared with other drought aspects,the recovery of drought especially in the hydrological components, which directly relates to the recovery ofwater resources for agricultural, ecological and human needs, is less-understood. Here, taking the Millen-nium drought in southeast Australia ( 1997–2009) as an illustrating case, we comprehensively...[Show more]
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