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grl24570-sup-0002-txts01.txtplain text document14KText S1. Details on the definitions necessary for a more complete understanding of the concept of potential evaporation (Ep); the formulation of the EpPDSI parameterization; the sources and infilling of data used in both Ep parameterizations; the climatologies of the 27 Australian and eight New Zealand stations in terms of the energy- and water-limits on evapotranspiration; and the closure of the water balance trends at each station, and the references.
grl24570-sup-0003-txts01.pdfPDF document125KText S1. Details on the definitions necessary for a more complete understanding of the concept of potential evaporation (Ep); the formulation of the EpPDSI parameterization; the sources and infilling of data used in both Ep parameterizations; the climatologies of the 27 Australian and eight New Zealand stations in terms of the energy- and water-limits on evapotranspiration; and the closure of the water balance trends at each station, and the references.
grl24570-sup-0004-fs01.tifTIFF image405KFigure S1. Maps showing distribution across Australia of AWC in inches derived from Webb et al. [1993], heat factor B, and heat factor H.
grl24570-sup-0005-fs02.tifTIFF image641KFigure S2. Temperature response of the EpPDSI parameterization at latitudes 10° and 50° using values of heat factors B and H encompassing the range of the Australian and New Zealand station sets for midwinter and midsummer.
grl24570-sup-0006-fs03.epsPS document7KFigure S3. Climatologies of the 27 Australian and 8 New Zealand stations within the Budyko framework, as represented by observed Prcp, k.Epan, and modeled ETaPan.
grl24570-sup-0007-fs03.tifTIFF image465KFigure S3. Climatologies of the 27 Australian and 8 New Zealand stations within the Budyko framework, as represented by observed Prcp, k.Epan, and modeled ETaPan.
grl24570-sup-0008-ts01.txtplain text document6KTable S1. Station climatologies and trends over the period 1975-2004 at the 27 Australian stations shown in Figure 1.
grl24570-sup-0009-ts02.txtplain text document3KTable S2. Station climatologies and trends over the periods indicated at the eight New Zealand stations shown in Figure 1.
grl24570-sup-0010-t01.txtplain text document2KTab-delimited Table 1.

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