Pagendam, D E; Welsh, Alan
Calculating the volumes of water discharged by streams is becoming increasingly important in water accounting and deciding how much water to allocate to competing uses. Water accounting is particularly important in Australia, as the driest inhabited continent and also in the face of potential impacts of a changing climate. Stream networks all over the world are littered with gauging stations, which take regular measurements of steam flow in order to help natural resource managers make decisions...[Show more]
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