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|Title:||The SA Climate Ready Project|
van der Linden, L.
|Citation:||Water, 2015; 42(2):64-68|
|Publisher:||Australian Water Association|
|Mark Siebentritt, Graham Green, Steve Charles, Guobin Fu, Seth Westra, Mark Thyer and Leon van der Linden|
|Abstract:||Climate change is anticipated to bring about significant changes to the capacity of, and the demand on, South Australia's water resources. As future changes to these water resources are uncertain, a scenario approach using global climate models (GCMs), combined with downscaling and hydrological models, is critical in the planning required to adapt the state's water resource management strategies to future climate conditions. A recently completed Goyder Institute project, SA Climate Ready, has developed an agreed set of downscaled climate change projections for South Australia to support proactive responses to climate change in water resource planning and management at a state and regional scale.|
|Rights:||Water Journal is subject to copyright and may not be reproduced in any format with out the written permission of AWA. Email: email@example.com|
|Appears in Collections:||Civil and Environmental Engineering publications|
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