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Australian Landscape Water Balance

Acronym: AWRA
Publisher AWRA
Created: 01 Dec 2017
The information presented on the Australian Landscape Water Balance website is produced by the Bureau of Meteorology's operational Australian Water Resources Assessment Landscape model (AWRA-L). AWRA-L is a daily 0.05° grid-based, distributed water balance model, conceptualised as a small unimpaired catchment. It simulates the flow of water through the landscape from the rainfall entering the grid cell through the vegetation and soil moisture stores and then out of the grid cell through evapotranspiration, runoff or deep drainage to the groundwater.
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