Hydrologic Reference Stations
References and Papers
TREND - trend/change detection software, CRC for Catchment Hydrology (www.toolkit.net.au/trend)
Chiew F H S and Siriwardena, L (2005)
Evaluation of Automated Techniques for Base Flow and Recession Analyses. Water Resources Research, Vol 26, Number 7, pp1465-1473.
Nathan, R.J, and McMahon, T.A. (1990)
Stochastic time-variable rainfall-runoff modelling. Institute of Engineers Australia National Conference. Publ. 79/10, 89-93
Lyne, V. and Hollick, M. (1979)
Improvement of a parsimonious model for streamflow simulation. Journal of Hydrology, 279 : 275-289.
Perrin, C., Michel, C. and Andrésian, V., 2003.
Hydrologic reference station selection guidelines. Bureau of Meteorology, June 2012
Turner, M., (2012)
High quality streamflow reference stations - stakeholder consultation report. Bureau of Meteorology, December 2011
Turner, M. and Bari M., (2011)
Australian network of hydrologic reference stations - advances in design, development and implementation. Institution of Engineers Australia, 34th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium: 1555-1564(HTML)
Turner, M., Bari M., Amirthanathan G. and Ahmad Z., (2012)
Developing guidelines for the selection of streamflow gauging stations,
Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) for Bureau of Meteorology (2010)., SKM Ref: VW05100