Integrated Catchment Management

Tall vegetation effects on water yield publications & presentations

Recent Publications

Year Title File Size
2012 A Summary of Outcomes and selected formal publications from the Integrated Catchment Management (ICM)research programme:2000 – 2011
pdf       1.08MB
2010 Runoff generating processes in adjacent tussock grassland and pine
plantation catchments as indicated by mean transit time estimation
using tritium
pdf       2.16MB
2008 Fundamentals of Hydrology (2nd edition) pdf       507KB
2007 Flood regime of a pumice catchment pdf       337KB
2006 Forests for soil and water conservation – what does the science say? pdf       112KB
2006 Tussock grasslands and high water yield: a review of the evidence. pdf       199KB
2006 Forestry and water yield: the New Zealand example pdf       567KB
2005 Forestry and water yield – current knowledge and further work. pdf        
2004 Are low flows affected by vegetation change in the same way as annual yield? pdf       126KB
2003 Report 6 – Land use and water resources: a comparison of streamflow from New Zealand catchments with different vegetation covers. pdf       699KB
2003 Summary tables for report 6 pdf       54KB
2003 Report 4 - Summary of catchments with data suitable for use in the evaluation of landcover effects on water availability. pdf       364KB
2002 Report 5 – Land use and water resources: hydrological effects of different vegetation covers. pdf       674KB
2002 Appendices for report 5 pdf       61KB
2001 Report 3 – New Zealand land use hydrology: an annotated bibliography. pdf       480KB
2001 Report 2 – Hydrology of Douglas Fir Plantations/Forests: an annotated bibliography. pdf       388KB
2001 Report 1 – The Hydrology of Pinus radiata plantations: an annotated bibliography. pdf       689KB
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Recent Presentations

Year Title File Size
2007 Forest Hydrology Processes pdf       2283KB
2006 Afforestation and water yield: the New Zealand experience. pdf       452KB
2002 A Decision Support Tool for Assessing the Effects of Land Cover Change on Water Resources. pdf       393KB
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BMPs, BEPs and Guidelines

Title Description
New Zealand Environmental Code of Practice for Plantation Forestry The E CoP is an essential tool for anyone involved in forest management. Developed by the NZFOA, and...More »  
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