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Vulnerability of ecological condition to the sequencing of wet and dry spells prior to and during the Murray–Darling Basin Millennium Drought

This paper shows how the sequencing of wet and dry spells both preceding and within a drought can have substantial influences on ecological outcomes during the drought period. This has implications for developing scenarios for assessing climate change risks, highlighting the importance of both traditional drought indices and the natural variability of hydrological sequences.

The paper contained on this page is a final draft version submitted to ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) after peer review and prior to copyediting or other ASCE production activities.

The published journal paper can be found in the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol 144, Issue 8 – August 2018.

Authors: Jun Wang, Avril Horne, Rory Nathan, Murray Peel and Ian Neave

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Vulnerability of ecological condition to the sequencing of wet and dry spells prior to and during the Murray–Darling Basin Millennium Drought
Updated: 30 Mar 2020  •   Journal articles