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The dataset consists of spatial data showing locations of channel incision points (CIP) and sediment deposition in burned study sites in the Tumut and Tuross Catchment study regions.<br> This dataset includes aerial imagery captured 1-2 years after the 2019/20 bushfires of the study regions from which the locations of CIPs and sediment deposits were determined, and gridded landscape attribute information used to test the spatial association between landscape attributes and CIP density.<br> Refer to the following NRC report 'Post fire debris flow mapping - Coastal IFOA monitoring program - June 2023', which is included in the dataset, for background and further detail.
Heatwaves are defined as unusually high temperature events that occur for at least three consecutive days with major impacts to human health, economy, agriculture and ecosystems. This dataset provides time-series of heatwave characteristics such as peak temperature, number of events, frequency and duration from 1950 to 2016 in Australia. The analysis were based on daily minimum and maximum temperature obtained from the Australian Water Availability Project (AWAP). The data is available as spatial time-series (5km grid-cell) and aggregated time-series for all Local Government Areas in Australia.