David Post
David Post
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World Scientists' warning to humanity: A Second Notice
WJ Ripple
Bioscience 67 (12), 1026-1028, 2017
“Panta Rhei—everything flows”: change in hydrology and society—the IAHS scientific decade 2013–2022
A Montanari, G Young, HHG Savenije, D Hughes, T Wagener, LL Ren, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 58 (6), 1256-1275, 2013
Climate non-stationarity–validity of calibrated rainfall–runoff models for use in climate change studies
J Vaze, DA Post, FHS Chiew, JM Perraud, NR Viney, J Teng
Journal of Hydrology 394 (3-4), 447-457, 2010
Estimating climate change impact on runoff across southeast Australia: Method, results, and implications of the modeling method
FHS Chiew, J Teng, J Vaze, DA Post, JM Perraud, DGC Kirono, NR Viney
Water Resources Research 45 (10), 2009
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
Seasonal and successional streamflow response to forest cutting and regrowth in the northwest and eastern United States
JA Jones, DA Post
Water Resources Research 40 (5), 2004
Predicting the daily streamflow of ungauged catchments in SE Australia by regionalising the parameters of a lumped conceptual rainfall-runoff model
DA Post, AJ Jakeman
Ecological Modelling 123 (2-3), 91-104, 1999
Relationships between catchment attributes and hydrological response characteristics in small Australian mountain ash catchments
DA Post, AJ Jakeman
Hydrological Processes 10 (6), 877-892, 1996
The zone of vegetation influence on baseflow revealed by diel patterns of streamflow and vegetation water use in a headwater basin
BJ Bond, JA Jones, G Moore, N Phillips, D Post, JJ McDonnell
Hydrological Processes 16 (8), 1671-1677, 2002
Rainfall-runoff modelling across southeast Australia: datasets, models and results
J Vaze, FHS Chiew, JM Perraud, N Viney, D Post, J Teng, B Wang, J Lerat, ...
Australasian Journal of Water Resources 14 (2), 101-116, 2011
Observed hydrologic non-stationarity in far south-eastern Australia: implications for modelling and prediction
FHS Chiew, NJ Potter, J Vaze, C Petheram, L Zhang, J Teng, DA Post
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 28 (1), 3-15, 2014
The usefulness of bias constraints in model calibration for regionalisation to ungauged catchments
NR Viney, J Perraud, J Vaze, FHS Chiew, DA Post, A Yang
18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling …, 2009
A sediment budget for a grazed semi-arid catchment in the Burdekin basin, Australia
R Bartley, A Hawdon, DA Post, CH Roth
Geomorphology 87 (4), 302-321, 2007
An improved methodology for predicting the daily hydrologic response of ungauged catchments
DA Post, JA Jones, GE Grant
Environmental modelling & software 13 (3-4), 395-403, 1998
Recent advances in the data-based modelling and analysis of hydrological systems
PC Young, AJ Jakeman, DA Post
Water Science and Technology 36 (5), 99-116, 1997
Hydrologic regimes of forested, mountainous, headwater basins in New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oregon, and Puerto Rico
DA Post, JA Jones
Advances in Water Resources 24 (9-10), 1195-1210, 2001
Assessing uncertainties in hydrological response to climate at large scale
AJ Jakeman, TH Chen, DA Post, GM Hornberger, IG Littlewood, ...
From data and theory to environmental model: the case of rainfall runoff
AJ Jakeman, DA Post, MB Beck
Environmetrics 5 (3), 297-314, 1994
Performance of an empirical bias‐correction of a high‐resolution climate dataset
JC Bennett, MR Grose, SP Corney, CJ White, GK Holz, JJ Katzfey, ...
International Journal of Climatology 34 (7), 2189-2204, 2014
Regional patterns of erosion and sediment transport in the Burdekin River catchment
IP Prosser, PK Rustomji, G Priestly, CH Roth, D Post, CJ Moran, H Lu
CSIRO Land and Water, 2002
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