2008

Climate Change and South Australia’s Population Dilemma – Graeme Hugo

South Australia faces an apparent dilemma with respect to population. On the one hand, the ageing of the baby boom generation into retirement will necessitate continued growth of the working age population both to replace them in the workforce (they currently make up over 40 percent of the workforce) and to meet the costs of a doubling of the older population…

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Abstract: Trees, water, stormwater management, in a changing climate – Frances Mowling

The implications of climate change on the availability of water in the landscape are profound, particularly in regard to environmental water requirements that maintain biodiversity and water quality. Water supply and quality are likely to be affected by higher air temperatures, increased evaporation rates and projected changes in amount and seasonality of rainfall…

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Water management strategies for Urban Trees in an uncertain environment

INTRODUCTION The vulnerability and dependence of urban landscapes on supplementary watering have become evident in recent years. Major changes have occurred both in the condition and health of urban landscapes and the approach to the management of these landscapes. A measured approach to the management of urban landscapes is required. Many urban trees are experiencing

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