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Decreasing water budget of the Australian continent from Grace satellite gravity data

@inproceedings{ONeill2021DecreasingWB,
  title={Decreasing water budget of the Australian continent from Grace satellite gravity data},
  author={Craig J. O’Neill and Serena Chandler-Ho},
  year={2021}
}
Increasing aridification of continental areas due to global climate change has impacted freshwater availability, particularly in extremely dry landmasses, such as Australia. Multiple demands on water resources require integrated basin management approaches, necessitating knowledge of total water storage, and changes in water mass. Such monitoring is not practical at continental scales using traditional methods. Satellite gravity has proven successful at documenting changes in total water mass… 

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