Selecting climate futures for NRM Planning


In NRM, potential futures need to be built from ‘climate futures’ but also from associated impacts information, integrated across domains. To do this efficiently, it is critical that we make the best use of information that already exists and build on it into the future. This Poster presents a process for selecting climate futures to plan for that will achieve this.


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050205 - Environmental Management, 050101 - Ecological Impacts of Climate Change, 050209 - Natural Resource Management
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Lachlan, Riverina, Lower Murray Darling, Central Tablelands, South East (NSW), Central West, South Australian Murray Darling Basin, ACT, South East, North Central, Murray, Goulburn Broken, North East, Murrumbidgee, Mallee
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Veronica Doerr & Linda Broadhurst L
Doerr VAJ & Broadhurst L 2015 Selecting climate futures for NRM Planning. CSIRO, Canberra
Linda Broadhurst CSIRO Canberra linda.broadhurst@csiro.au
2015