Climate change and water are inextricably linked.
Prolonged droughts, intense rainfall events, flash flooding, more severe storms and cyclones are all significant climate change impacts. Sustainable and equitable water management is key to adapting to climate change.
eWater’s tools and advice reflect the experience of managing Australia’s highly variable water resources, from floods to prolonged drought.
With our Hydrological Modelling Platform, Source, you can assess water availability in a variety of climate scenarios and gain valuable insights for planning and allocating water resources.
In addition, our network of experienced, practical hydrologists is ready to help identify and share options for managing water to find the balance between agriculture, industry and growing urban centres while protecting the natural environment.
Through our Australian partners eWater can also provide access to remote sensed time series data for assessing historical water availability and tools to provide stream flow forecasting for farmers and other water users.
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