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INVESTIGATING THE ROLE OF VEGETATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN EPHEMERAL CATCHMENT SALINITY USING MULTI-DOMAIN, PHYSICALLY-BASED MODELLING

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posted on 25.06.2018, 01:51 by HOSSEIN DANESHMAND
This study investigates the impacts of two main drivers that are vegetation cover and climate, on the flow and solute transport of ephemeral catchments. The study case, which is a small catchment in southwestern Australia, was used to demonstrate the calibration and validation of flow and solute transport of MIKE SHE model in this application. The validated model was used to evaluate plantation restoration scenarios and climate change impacts in the future.

History

Campus location

Malaysia

Principal supervisor

Amin Talei

Additional supervisor 1

Sina Alaghmand

Additional supervisor 2

Edoado Dally

Year of Award

2018

Department, School or Centre

Civil Engineering

Course

Master of Engineering Science (Research)

Degree Type

RESEARCH_MASTERS

Faculty

Faculty of Engineering