Brad Neal is a senior water resource planner and modeller. He was the lead author of Victoria’s Guidelines for Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Water Availability in Victoria, and authored DELWP’s Guidelines for Managing Residual Flood Waters as well as the first edition of DELWP’s long-term urban water resource planning guidelines. He prepared a set of Guidelines for Selecting High Quality Streamflow Gauges as part of the Bureau of Meteorology’s identification of Hydrologic Reference Stations. He co-authored a position paper for Engineers Australia on drought, an occasional paper on urban water planning for the Water Services Association of Australia, and was a contributing author to the update of the FLOWS method for developing environmental flow recommendations in Victoria. Brad has undertaken or contributed to independent water resource modelling reviews for Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, and South-East Queensland, as well as national and international reviews of water resource modelling and planning activities.