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Inputs to and outputs from the Forecast Guided Stochastic Model used to produce the paper:
Bennett JC, Wang QJ, Robertson DE, Schepen A, Li M, Michael K. 2017. Assessment of an ensemble seasonal stre... moreamflow forecasting system for Australia. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 21: 6007-6030. DOI: 10.5194/hess-21-6007-2017.
NB: netCDF files comform to the specification documents attached below.less
WIRADA2+ Collaboration - - Published 13 Dec 2018
ClimKaddo – a catchment climate data extraction and transformation tool.
Providing a tool to read publicly available climate databases and prepare climate files for your catchment, in a format compati... moreble with most rainfall-runoff/river system models
SDIP1 wrap-up - climate change scaling factors - Published 05 Jun 2017
Projected changes in seasonal and annual rainfall, potential evapotranspiration (PET), average temperature and runoff for Victorian river basins by 2040 and 2065
Victorian Climate Initiative - Hydroclimate projections for Victoria - Published 26 Jan 2017
This dataset contains global monthly 0.5 degree spatial resolution actual evapotranspiration and components (transpiration, soil evaporation, interception) from 1981 to 2012 inclusive. The estimates w... moreere computed through the observation-driven Penman-Monteith-Leuning (PML) model. For details refer to Zhang et al. (2016)
The data is in netCDF4 format.
CLSD Regional and global water modelling - Global Water Modelling - Published 02 May 2016
Projections of rainfall, potential evapotranspiration (PET) and runoff for 1 degree and 2 degrees of global warming.
Legacy data - Modelling - Published 07 Apr 2016
The maps in this data base identify most profitable land use in 2050. The information plotted on the maps is classified by current and potential land use, for seven scenarios assuming new land markets... more and recent trend agricultural productivity. Each scenario assumes a different level of carbon payment for single-species plantings, expressed as a share of the maximum payment in the very strong abatement scenario. Differences in payment rate arise from the level of global abatement incentives, interacting with biodiversity settings. The analysis assumes that no land shifts from native vegetation (including forest, woodland, shrubland and grassland) to agricultural use. The H3 map is for balanced land market settings. The CSIRO Data Access portal provides individual PowerPoint slides for each scenario, individual .tif files for each scenario map. Access to the Australian National Outlook Report and Technical Report can be found at http://www.csiro.au/nationaloutlook/.less
Integration Science and Modelling (ISAM) - Modelling - Published 14 Mar 2016