Scientist - Catchment and Biospheric Processes
Address: Landcare Research, PO Box 40, Lincoln 7640, New Zealand
Phone: +64 (3) 321 9644
Fax: +64 (3) 321 9998
- BSc (Hons) (Geography), University of Otago, NZ, 1988
- PhD (Geography), University of Bristol, UK, 1993Professional Affiliations
- New Zealand Hydrological Society
- International Association of Hydrological Sciences
- British Hydrological Society
- British Geomorphological Research Group
- Honorary research associate, Queen Mary College, University of London, UK
- Senior Research Fellow, Department of Geography, University of Canterbury, NZ.
Role at Landcare Research
- Hydrological research
- Impacts of land use change research
- Integrated Catchment Management
- Team leader (Catchment & Biospheric Processes)
- ICM (water balance modelling; groundwater recharge)
- Water pathways and sediment delivery from steep Waikato hill country (Whatawhata) - with NIWA
- Leachate pathways following biosolids application under forests
- Impacts of afforestation on water yields (SMF funded)
Kelly R.J., Davie T.J.A., and Atkinson, P.M. (2003) Explaining temporal and spatial variation in soil moisture in a bare field using SAR imagery. In press with International Journal of Remote Sensing
Davie T.J.A. (2002) Fundamentals of Hydrology. Routledge , London 169pp.
Davie T.J.A. Kelly, R.E.J. and Timoncini M. (2001) SAR Imagery Used for Soil Moisture Monitoring: The Potential. Remote Sensing & Hydrology, 2000 IAHS publication 267 pp327-332.
Davie T.J.A. (1999) A numerical model to quantify the growth of a canopy for a forest hydrology model. Applied Geography 19:45-67.
Davie T.J.A. & Durocher M.G.(1997) A model to consider the spatial variability of rainfall partitioning within deciduous canopy II. Model parameterisation and testing. Hydrological Processes 11:1525-40.
Davie T.J.A. & Durocher M.G. (1997) A model to consider the spatial variability of rainfall partitioning within deciduous canopy I. Model description. Hydrological Processes 11:1509-1523.
Davie T. and Kelly R. (1997) Spatial resolution and variation of soil moisture as detected by ERS-1 SAR imagery. Proceedings 6th British Hydrological Society National Hydrology Symposium. 5.11 - 5.17.
Montagnani, D.B., Puddefoot, J., Davie, T.J.A. and Vinson, G.P. (1996) Environmentally persistent oestrogen-like substances in UK river systems. Journal of the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management 10(6): 399-406
Davie T.J.A. (1996) Modelling the effects of afforestation on hillslope storm runoff. In: Anderson M.G. and Brooks S.M. (eds) Advances in Hillslope Processes, Volume 1. John Wiley & Sons. pp 149-184.
Davie T.J.A. (1992) Modelling the hydrological effects of afforestation. Annales Geophysicae 10(2):330
Thomas, J and Davie T (2003) A Decision Support Tool for Assessing the Effects of Land Cover Change on Water Resources. Presentation at Australia and New Zealand Institute of Forestry Conference, Queenstown NZ, May 2003.
Davie T, Andrew, R and Dymond, J. (2002). Modelling land use change at the large catchment scale: the Motueka example. Programme abstracts from "All the easy water has gone". New Zealand Hydrological Society annual conference, Blenheim, December 3-6, 2002.
Davie T, Payne, J., Elliott, S., Adams, R., Rutherford, K., Barkle, G., Stenger, R., and Stewart, M. (2002). Do we understand the flow pathways at Pukemanga?. Programme abstracts from "All the easy water has gone". New Zealand Hydrological Society annual conference, Blenheim, December 3-6, 2002.
Davie T.J.A. Kelly, R.E.J. and Timoncini M. (2000) SAR Imagery Used for Soil Moisture Monitoring: The Potential. Hydrology & Remote Sensing, IAHS conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 2000
Davie, T.J.A. (2000) Review of "Alternative irrigation: the promise of runoff agriculture" by C.J. Barrow. Progress in Human Geography 24(3):490-491.
Butterfield, G., Datta, K., Davie, T., Gray, M., Hall, R., and Lee, R. (1999) Networks of change-sharing and the promotion of active teaching and learning: a collective review of the Geography Discipline Network's development of the teaching and learning project. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 23:242-247.
Davie T.J.A. (1997) Review of "Scaling up in Hydrology using Remote Sensing" Edited by J.B. Stewart, E.T. Engman, R.A. Feddes and Y. Kerr. British Hydrological Society Circulation Number 55, p8.
Davie T.J.A. (1997) Review of "Scale issues in hydrological modelling" Edited by J.D. Kalma and M. Sivapalan. British Hydrological Society Circulation Number 55, p8-9.
Davie T.J.A. and Kelly R. (1996) Soil moisture variability detection by satellite remote sensing and use in hydrological modelling. Paper presented to the Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, Glasgow, January 1996.