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Title: Hydrodynamic modelling of saline inundation from sea level rise in Kakadu National Park
Author: Hilton, James
Woolard, Fletcher
Prakash, Mahesh
Saunders, Kate
Publication location: Canberra
Publisher: CSIRO
Notes: Stage 1 Report: Authors Kate Saunders, Fletcher Woolard and Mahesh Prakash. Internal Client: CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Wealth from Oceans Flagship. External Client: Northern Territory Biodiversity Hub. Stage 2 Report: September 2014. Authors James Hilton, Fletcher Woolard and Mahesh Prakash. Internal Client: Oceans and Atmospheres Flagship
Description / Abstract: "Through this research we demonstrate the need and advantage to using hydrodynamic modelling opposed to bathtub fills to predict changes in tidal inundation from sea level rise. Acknowledged constraints on the accuracy of the modelling are lack of gauge data in tidal and river systems." - Executive summary
Physical Description: 2 volumes : colour illustrations, colour maps ; 30 cm.
Series: Stage 1 [EP14519] Technical Report
Stage 2 Report
Language: English
Subject: Marine ecology
Marine biology
Hydrology
Saltwater intrusion
Freshwater ecosystem
Subject Location: Kakadu National Park
Citation address: http://hdl.handle.net/10070/271336
Access: Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
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