The available presentations and posters can be found below.  All available abstracts can be found in the Schedule and Abstracts.

Plenary presentations
  • Albert van Dijk: Introduction and Overview of OzEWEX in 2016 [pdf]
  • Helen Cleugh: Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub: Earth system science for a productive and resilient Australia [pdf]
  • Richard Thornton and Michael Rumsewicz: Natural disasters: The importance of all-sector collaboration in managing the inevitable [pdf]
  • Nadeem Samnakay: Science and knowledge needs for Basin-scale planning [pdf]
  • Rob Vertessy: Reflections on travelling with the hydrology community and the virtues of collectivism [pdf]
  • Pauline Grierson: Collaborative research to solve Australia’s water and climate challenges – perspectives from the West [pdf]
Observation networks and enhancing data sharing
  • Norman Mueller: An update on the Australian Geoscience Data Cube and its products [pdf]
  • Peter Isaac: Oz-WHAT? A Network for Observing Surface Fluxes of Water and Carbon Across Australia [pdf]
  • Leon Majewski: Advanced geostationary observations for the OzEWEX community [pdf]
  • David Summers: “Australia’s Environment”: a community-based approach to national environmental information [pdf]
Community modelling and data assimilation systems
  • Michael Naughton: ACCESS NWP system resources for the national research community [pdf]
  • Amgad Elmahdi: AWRA Community Modelling System [pdf]
  • Rachel Law: Managing the CABLE land surface model as a community modelling system [pdf]
  • Andy Hogg: The ACCESS Climate Model as Research Infrastructure [pdf]
  • Belinda Medlyn: Identifying Regions of High Drought Mortality Risk [pdf]
  • Andrew Frost: Evaluation of the Australian Water Resource Assessment model: AWRA-L [pdf]
Collaborative research to address Australia’s climate and water challenges
  • Anthony Kiem: Water availability across Australia during the last 2000 years: implications for water security [pdf]
  • Vanessa Haverd: Carbon cycle responses of semi-arid ecosystems to positive asymmetry in rainfall [pdf]
  • Hong Do: A global-scale investigation of trends in annual maximum streamflow [pdf]
  • Jason Evans: NARCliM: Climate projections for decision makers. A collaboration between UNSW and NSW government [pdf]
  • Angus Simpson: Selecting a Discount Rate for Economic Evaluation of Water Projects – the Sustainability Controversy [pdf]
Towards unified and diversified streamflow prediction – connecting research, operations and decision making
  • Marie Ekstrom: We need to talk about runoff projections [pdf]
  • David Robertson: Short-range precipitation forecasts – lessons for hydrological forecasting applications [pdf]
  • Rory Nathan: Event vs continuous modelling: dogma or context? [pdf]
  • Carlos Velasco: Quantitative precipitation estimation and forecast in the Bureau of Meteorology: current and near-future status of real-time rainfall products [pdf]
  • Margarita Saft: Predicting shifts in rainfall-runoff partitioning during multiyear drought: roles of dry period and catchment characteristics [pdf]
  • Albert van Dijk: Towards spatially and temporally continuous hydrological forecasting [pdf]
Project proposals
  • Martin De Kauwe: Towards a representation of Eucalyptus trees in vegetation models [pdf]
  • Anthony Kiem: Water availability across Australia during the last 2000 years: implications for water security [pdf]
  • Michael Leonard: A typology of compound events [pdf]
  • Valentin Heimhuber: Modeling multi-decadal surface water inundation dynamics and key drivers across the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia, using multiple time series of Earth-observation and river flow data WINNER MSSANZ STUDENT POSTER AWARD  [pdf]