Surface Runoff (Climate Change Scenario) – Central Slopes NRM Region

This dataset is a map of the surface runoff (mm/year) under climate change scenario (2030), modeled using Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), covering the Central Slopes NRM region. It depicts the climate change scenario of the average amount of surface runoff in mm/year from stream flow from the Hydrologic Response Unit (HRU) for projected year 2030, based from 2001 to 2010 from perturbed climate with A1B emissions scenario under ECHAM 5 and high sensitivity model. It is intended for use at catchment scale. This raster dataset has a cell size of 90m x 90m.



Detailed Descriptions
050302 - Land Capability and Soil Degradation, 070104 - Agricultural Spatial Analysis and Modelling
Geographic and Temporal Extents
Northern Tablelands, Central West, Border Rivers Maranoa-Balonne, Condamine, North West (NSW)
Start Start text Projected to 2030 End End text Projected to 2030
Attributions and Constraints
University of Southern Queensland
Rodolfo Espada, Armando Apan, Irvin Samalca, Geoff Cockfield
Armando Apan (