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34th Congress - Brisbane (2011)
THEME 1: Extremes and Variability (92)
THEME 2: Coastal Hydraulics: Form and Function (57)
THEME 3: Water and Carbon: Climate Change Impact (88)
THEME 4: Responding to Shifting Water Resources (102)
THEME 5: Environmental Hydraulics and Hydrology (147)
THEME 6: Professional Development: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice (14)
THEME 7: Hydroinformatics (74)
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Total Documents : 92
Estimating lake level response to wind in the gippsland lakes Download file 01/07/2011
Vulnerability of groundwater resources in tongatapu Download file 01/07/2011
Precipitation variation in the upper and middle yellow river basin, china Download file 01/07/2011
Regional patterns of sea level change in the german north sea related to global scale patterns – are ipcc projections reliable for regional planning purposes? Download file 01/07/2011
Is the mid-1990's step change in south-eastern australian climate part of a longer term climate shift that began in the 1970's? Download file 01/07/2011
Investigation into the suitability of using gridded data as a proxy for gauged data in hydrological applications Download file 01/07/2011
Extreme rainfall events in the sources of the yangtzi and the yellow rivers Download file 01/07/2011
Variability in soil carbon fluxes in intensively managed agricultural landscapes Download file 01/07/2011
Cyclonic circulation in the western irish sea in future climate Download file 01/07/2011
An airborne acoustic method to monitor the hydraulic characteristics of shallow water flows Download file 01/07/2011
Estimation of changes in extreme precipitation from climate model projections Download file 01/07/2011
Adapting to climate variability and change: limitations of relying on climate model outputs Download file 01/07/2011
Inclusion of long-term climate change impact in sydney catchment authority’s water supply planning process Download file 01/07/2011
Streamflow and water availability forecasts – exploring the needs of water managers and the community Download file 01/07/2011
Exploring links between effects of climate variations on average rainfall and rainfall extremes Download file 01/07/2011
Trends in peak streamflow data in australia: impacts of serial and cross-correlation Download file 01/07/2011
Links between the southern annular mode (sam) and australian rainfall: an investigation into sam indices Download file 01/07/2011
Observed relationships between extreme sub-daily rainfall, surface temperature and relative humidity Download file 01/07/2011
Observed runoff variability and projected change in the la plata basin Download file 01/07/2011
Stormwater drainage design under climate change and variability conditions Download file 01/07/2011
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