Hydrologic Reference Stations
References and Papers
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- Turner, M., (2012). Hydrologic reference station selection guidelines. Bureau of Meteorology, June 2012
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A report for the Australian Bureau of Meteorology
- Australian Bureau of Meteorology (2015). Hydrologic Reference Stations data update 2015,
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- Zhang, S.X., Bari, M., Amirthanathan, G., Kent, D., MacDonald, A., Shin, D., (2014). Hydrologic Reference Stations to Monitor Climate-Driven Streamflow Variability and Trends. In: Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium 2014. Barton, ACT: Engineers Australia, 2014: 1048-1055.