Clare Stephens
Clare Stephens
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment
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Revisiting pan evaporation trends in Australia a decade on
CM Stephens, TR McVicar, FM Johnson, LA Marshall
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (20), 11,164-11,172, 2018
Implications of future climate change for event-based hydrologic models
CM Stephens, FM Johnson, LA Marshall
Advances in Water Resources 119, 95-110, 2018
Landscape changes and their hydrologic effects: Interactions and feedbacks across scales
CM Stephens, U Lall, FM Johnson, LA Marshall
Earth-Science Reviews 212, 103466, 2021
Investigating strategies to improve hydrologic model performance in a changing climate
CM Stephens, LA Marshall, FM Johnson
Journal of Hydrology 579, 124219, 2019
Is past variability a suitable proxy for future change? A virtual catchment experiment
CM Stephens, LA Marshall, FM Johnson, L Lin, LE Band, H Ajami
Water Resources Research 56 (2), e2019WR026275, 2020
Explaining changes in rainfall–runoff relationships during and after Australia's Millennium Drought: a community perspective
K Fowler, M Peel, M Saft, TJ Peterson, A Western, L Band, C Petheram, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 26 (23), 6073-6120, 2022
Climate change and hydrological risk in the Pacific: a Humanitarian Engineering perspective
F Johnson, P Higgins, C Stephens
Journal of Water and Climate Change 12 (3), 647-678, 2021
Which Rainfall Errors Can Hydrologic Models Handle? Implications for Using Satellite‐Derived Products in Sparsely Gauged Catchments
CM Stephens, HT Pham, LA Marshall, FM Johnson
Water Resources Research 58 (8), e2020WR029331, 2022
International capacity building to achieve SDG6: insights from longitudinal analysis of five water operator partnerships
CM Stephens, M Ho, S Schmeidl, HT Pham, AP Dansie, GL Leslie, ...
International Journal of Water Resources Development 39 (4), 557-575, 2023
Spatial variation in catchment response to climate change depends on lateral moisture transport and nutrient dynamics
CM Stephens, LA Marshall, FM Johnson, H Ajami, L Lin, LE Band
Water Resources Research 58 (10), e2021WR030577, 2022
Changes in blue/green water partitioning under severe drought
CM Stephens, LE Band, FM Johnson, LA Marshall, BE Medlyn, ...
Water Resources Research 59 (11), e2022WR033449, 2023
Regional Climate Drivers, Trends and Forecast Change
C Stephens, A Ngari
The Water, Energy, and Food Security Nexus in Asia and the Pacific: The …, 2024
Investigating evapotranspiration calculations within conceptual hydrological models: an intercomparison among models.
G Burns, K Fowler, C Stephens, M Peel
EGU24, 2024
Climate succession: a framework for predicting vegetation dynamics driven by climate change
B Medlyn, L Williams, J Knauer, A Inbar, C Stephens, R Gallagher, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU-11134, 2023
Controls on celerity of drought propagation over the tropical country Thailand
Y Mei, C Stephens, HX Do, Y Hong, HT Pham, A Gronewold, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2022, GC54C-03, 2022
Can examining past variability help us understand catchment response to future climate change?
C Stephens, L Marshall, F Johnson, L Lin, L Band, H Ajami
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-3319, 2022
Investigating spatial patterns and variability in catchment response to climate change using a virtual experiment approach
L Band, C Stephens, L Marshall, F Johnson, H Ajami, L Lin
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, H51B-08, 2021
Modeling the Hydrologic Impacts of Climate Change and Environmental Feedbacks at the Catchment Scale II eLightning
C Stephens, L Lin, H Ajami, LE Band
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
Spatial Variation and Feedbacks in Simulated Ecohydrologic Response to Climate Change
C Stephens, L Lin, LA Marshall, F Johnson, LE Band, H Ajami
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, H186-07, 2020
Clare Stephens' Meeting II
C Stephens
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
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