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Palaeoclimatic and environmental significance of major Late Quaternary drainage contributions and disruptions in the Lake Eyre basin.

Title
Palaeoclimatic and environmental significance of major Late Quaternary drainage contributions and disruptions in the Lake Eyre basin.
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP0667182
Start Date
2006/01/01
End Date
2008/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0667182

 

  • A synoptic climatology of heavy rain events in the Lake Eyre and Lake Frome catchments

    Pook, Michael J.; Risbey, James S.; Ummenhofer, Caroline C.; Briggs, Peter R.; Cohen, Timothy J. (2014)
    Projects: ARC | Palaeoclimatic and environmental significance of major Late Quaternary drainage contributions and disruptions in the Lake Eyre basin. (DP0667182)
    The rare occasions when Lake Eyre in central, southern Australia fills with water excite great interest and produce major ecological responses. The filling of other smaller lakes such as Lake Frome, have less impact but can contribute important information about the current and past climates of these arid regions. Here, the dominant synoptic systems responsible for heavy rainfall over the catchments of Lake Eyre and Lake Frome since 1950 are identified and compared. Heavy rain events are defi...
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