A Generalized Flood Frequency Framework for Prediction of the Effects of Multi-Scale Hydroclimatic Variability [ 2004 - 2006 ]

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Researchers Prof Dr M SivapalanDr SW Franks

Brief description The proposed project aims to investigate the effects of natural, multi-scale variability in climatic inputs, especially precipitation inputs -- intra-annual (seasonal), inter-annual and inter-decadal -- on the estimation of frequency of flooding. It will investigate the propagation of these natural variabilities through the catchment system, through simple models that can enable the estimation of probability distributions of soil moisture, runoff generation and flood peaks, and elucidate the underlying process controls. In this way, it will help develop a new framework for the incorporation of these multi-scale variabilities in flood estimation practice in Australia.

Funding Amount $245,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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