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gcb12634-sup-0005-DATA1.csvapplication/msexcel14KData S1. Southwestern Australian estuary rainfall and flow.
gcb12634-sup-0006-DATA2.csvapplication/msexcel11KData S2. Victorian estuary rainfall and flow.
gcb12634-sup-0007-DATA3.rapplication/R7KData S3. Example of method for rainfall and flow in Australian estuaries.
gcb12634-sup-0001-FigureS1.pdfapplication/PDF37KFigure S1. Distribution of bootstrapped sum of squared residuals for the relationship between (a) log(+ 1)-transformed mean annual rainfall and log(+ 1)-transformed total annual flow at the gauge closest to the estuary head; (b) total annual estuarine flow standardised by estuary basin volume and mean annual surface salinity; (c) mean salinity (to 4 m depth) and estuarine fish richness as a proportion of the total regional richness and (d) mean salinity (to 4 m depth), estuary basin volume and estuarine fish richness as a proportion of the total regional richness.
gcb12634-sup-0002-FigureS2.pdfapplication/PDF41KFigure S2. Comparison of predicted run-off based on run-off modelling using Fu equations (refer to Comparison with existing methods to predict likely future climate-related change) with predicted flows based on relationships developed in Lester et al. The solid line indicates a 1 : 1 relationship.
gcb12634-sup-0003-TableS1.pdfapplication/PDF145KTable S1. Previous applications of gradient studies and their ability to be applied using the method of Lester et al.
gcb12634-sup-0004-TableS2.pdfapplication/PDF100KTable S2. Summary statistics for the case study data of the gradient domain, Western Australian estuaries, and the target domain, Victorian estuaries. Not all estuaries had data for every comparison. Numbers referring to data sources are given in italics and in parentheses. Physical characteristics of estuaries used for case study. Note that Oyster Harbour is maintained to be permanently open.

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