Warrick Dawes
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Response of mean annual evapotranspiration to vegetation changes at catchment scale
L Zhang, WR Dawes, GR Walker
Water resources research 37 (3), 701-708, 2001
A rational function approach for estimating mean annual evapotranspiration
L Zhang, K Hickel, WR Dawes, FHS Chiew, AW Western, PR Briggs
Water resources research 40 (2), 2004
Improving water use efficiency of irrigated crops in the North China Plain—measurements and modelling
H Wang, L Zhang, WR Dawes, C Liu
Agricultural water management 48 (2), 151-167, 2001
Predicting the effect of vegetation changes on catchment average water balance
L Zhang, GR Walker, W Dawes
CRC for Catchment Hydrology 99, 12, 1999
Long-term growth and water balance predictions for a mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans) forest catchment subject to clear-felling and regeneration
RA Vertessy, TJ Hatton, RG Benyon, WR Dawes
Tree physiology 16 (1-2), 221-232, 1996
An integrated energy and water balance model
L Zhang, W Dawes
CSIRO Land and Water Technical Report, 1998
Plantations, river flows and river salinity
RA Vertessy, L Zhang, WR Dawes
Australian Forestry 66 (1), 55-61, 2003
Modelling hydrologic processes using a biophysically based model—application of WAVES to FIFE and HAPEX-MOBILHY
L Zhang, WR Dawes, TJ Hatton
Journal of Hydrology 185 (1-4), 147-169, 1996
Growth and ground water uptake responses of lucerne to changes in groundwater levels and salinity: lysimeter, isotope and modelling studies
L Zhang, WR Dawes, PG Slavich, WS Meyer, PJ Thorburn, DJ Smith, ...
Agricultural Water Management 39 (2-3), 265-282, 1999
Simulations of hydroecological responses to elevated CO2 at the catchment scale
TJ Hatton, J Walker, WR Dawes, FX Dunin
Australian Journal of Botany 40 (5), 679-696, 1992
Impacts of climate change on groundwater in Australia: a sensitivity analysis of recharge
JL McCallum, RS Crosbie, GR Walker, WR Dawes
Hydrogeology Journal 18 (7), 1625-1638, 2010
Evaluation of a distributed parameter ecohydrological model (TOPOG_IRM) on a small cropping rotation catchment
WR Dawes, L Zhang, TJ Hatton, PH Reece, GTH Beale, I Packer
Journal of Hydrology 191 (1-4), 64-86, 1997
Differences in future recharge estimates due to GCMs, downscaling methods and hydrological models
RS Crosbie, WR Dawes, SP Charles, FS Mpelasoka, S Aryal, O Barron, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (11), 2011
Predicting the effects of landuse change on water and salt balance—a case study of a catchment affected by dryland salinity in NSW, Australia
NK Tuteja, G Beale, W Dawes, J Vaze, B Murphy, P Barnett, A Rancic, ...
Journal of Hydrology 283 (1-4), 67-90, 2003
Estimation of soil moisture and groundwater recharge using the TOPOG_IRM model
L Zhang, WR Dawes, TJ Hatton, PH Reece, GTH Beale, I Packer
Water Resources Research 35 (1), 149-161, 1999
The significance of topology for modeling the surface hydrology of fluvial landscapes
WR Dawes, D Short
Water Resources Research 30 (4), 1045-1055, 1994
Potential climate change impacts on groundwater resources of south-western Australia
R Ali, D McFarlane, S Varma, W Dawes, I Emelyanova, G Hodgson, ...
Journal of Hydrology 475, 456-472, 2012
Monitoring regional agricultural water use efficiency for Hebei Province on the North China Plain
TR McVicar, G Zhang, AS Bradford, H Wang, WR Dawes, L Zhang, ...
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 53 (1), 55-76, 2002
Predicting land use impacts on regional scale groundwater recharge and discharge
R Salama, T Hatton, W Dawes
Journal of Environmental Quality 28 (2), 446-460, 1999
Dynamics of Eucalyptus largiflorens growth and water use in response to modified watertable and flooding regimes on a saline floodplain
PG Slavich, GR Walker, ID Jolly, TJ Hatton, WR Dawes
Agricultural Water Management 39 (2-3), 245-264, 1999
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