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Analysis of rainfall and stream hydrology at Samford Valley

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This dataset lists rainfall and stream hydrograph analysis at Samford Valley in an Adobe PDF file. 

The Samford Valley has a subtropical climate, which is typical of South East Queensland.  Moist, unstable and subtropical maritime air flows in from the Pacific Ocean.  Surface air is warm and marked instability characterises the pressure field which leads to strong vertical motion of the lower layers of the atmosphere to induce condensation.  Heavy rainfall and thunderstorms result.  The data illustrates the mean monthly rainfall at Samford and highlights the dominance of summer rainfall.  Stream hydrographs from 1966-2005 were examined and annual baseflow indices were calculated.  These figures are included.

Access rights

For permission to re-use this dataset, please contact Marco Fahmi. Email: h.fahmi@uq.edu.au

Geographical area of data collection

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Samford Ecological Research Facility Samford Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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northlimit= -27.386; southlimit= -27.394; westlimit= 152.870; eastlimit= 152.883; projection= WGS84

Research areas

Weather
Rainfall
Soil sciences
SERF
Environmental science and management
Stream hydrology
Meteorology
Samford

Cite this collection

Fahmi,Marco. (2016): Analysis of rainfall and stream hydrology at Samford Valley. [Queensland University of Technology]. https://doi.org/10.4225/09/585739d684446

Related information

Grace, P., & Wimmer, J. (2011). SERF Weather Monitor [PDF]. Institute for Sustainable Resources, Queensland University of Technology. Fahmi.24.4 http://www.tern-supersites.net.au/knb/metacat/fahmi.24.4/default
Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (TERN) website. TERN collates, stores, validates and provides access to existing datasets resulting from ecosystem research in Australia. http://www.tern.org.au/
Samford Ecological Research Facility (SERF) focuses primarily on urban development and its impact on ecosystems. http://www.serf.qut.edu.au/
Australian Supersite Network (ASN). The Network is part of a national network of multidisciplinary and intensive ecosystem observatories. http://www.tern-supersites.net.au/

Copyright

Data associated with the various research projects at SERF are the property of the primary contacts for those projects. This data is only available for analysis and/or publication with the permission of the owner. http://www.serf.qut.edu.au/research/datapolicy.jsp

Dates of data collection

From 2010-01-01 to 2011-01-31

Connections

Has association with
David Payne  (Researcher)
Is managed by
Marco Fahmi  (Researcher)
Is owned by
Jason Wimmer  (Researcher)
Peter Grace  (Researcher)

Contacts

Name: Marco Fahmi

Other

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2016-12-19T11:41:25
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Published - Open Access