Predictions in catchment hydrology: an Australian perspective
Throughout Australia, there are strong regional differences in hydrological response to landscape and climate; however, in general terms, in Australian catchments the flows are typically peakier, base flows are of lower proportion, runoff coefficients are smaller, and dry periods are longer and more variable, than in European and North American catchments. In this context, this paper assesses the model types available to improve understanding and prediction of catchment flows and transport....[Show more]
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