Integration of Surface Water and Ground Water Processes in Coastal Catchments [ 2003 - 2005 ]

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Researchers Dr DA Reynolds; Prof Dr M Sivapalan; Dr CB Le Gal La Salle

Brief description The hydrologic processes which describe surface water and groundwater movement often occur at completely different temporal and spatial scales. These two distinct flow regimes, however, are intrinsically coupled in coastal catchments in Australia. The superposition of local flow systems on a regional groundwater framework results in complex interactions which are difficult to accurately predict with existing numerical models, and are not truly understood even at the conceptual level. This work aims to study a single catchment at a very detailed level to allow for the production of a new integrated approach to the simulation of the complete hydrologic system

Funding Amount $160,000

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