Data from: Groundwater salinisation intensifies drought impacts in forests and reduces refuge capacity

Jarrod Kath, Sue Powell, Kathryn Reardon-Smith, Sondoss El Sawah, Anthony J. Jakeman, Barry F. W. Croke & Fiona J. Dyer
1. Shallow groundwater aquifers regularly support drought refuges for water-dependent ecosystems. However, many aquifers are impacted by over-extraction and pollution, potentially degrading their ability to support groundwater-fed drought refuges. 2. We investigated the response of groundwater-connected riverine forests to a drought considered equivalent in intensity to those predicted under severe climate change for 2030. The drought's impact was investigated in an area where shallow groundwater resources are heavily exploited and polluted by salinization. 3. We...
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