Tanya Doody
Tanya Doody
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A comparison of sap flux density using thermal dissipation, heat pulse velocity and heat field deformation methods
K Steppe, DJW De Pauw, TM Doody, RO Teskey
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 150 (7-8), 1046-1056, 2010
Impacts of tree plantations on groundwater in south-eastern Australia
RG Benyon, S Theiveyanathan, TM Doody
Australian Journal of Botany 54 (2), 181-192, 2006
Estimating riparian and agricultural actual evapotranspiration by reference evapotranspiration and MODIS enhanced vegetation index
PL Nagler, EP Glenn, U Nguyen, RL Scott, T Doody
Remote Sensing 5 (8), 3849-3871, 2013
Actual evapotranspiration estimation by ground and remote sensing methods: the Australian experience
EP Glenn, TM Doody, JP Guerschman, AR Huete, EA King, TR McVicar, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (26), 4103-4116, 2011
Ecological outcomes of flow regimes in the Murray-Darling Basin
IC Overton, MJ Colloff, TM Doody, B Henderson, SM Cuddy
Report prepared for the National Water Commission by CSIRO Water for a …, 2009
Quantifying water savings from willow removal in Australian streams
T Doody, R Benyon
Journal of Environmental Management 92 (3), 926-935, 2011
Effect of groundwater freshening on riparian vegetation water balance
TM Doody, KL Holland, RG Benyon, ID Jolly
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (24), 3485-3499, 2009
Quantifying water requirements of riparian river red gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia – implications for the management of …
TM Doody, MJ Colloff, M Davies, V Koul, RG Benyon, PL Nagler
Ecohydrology 8 (8), 1471-1487, 2015
Potential for water salvage by removal of non‐native woody vegetation from dryland river systems
TM Doody, PL Nagler, EP Glenn, GW Moore, K Morino, KR Hultine, ...
Hydrological Processes 25 (26), 4117-4131, 2011
Water use by tree plantations in south east South Australia
RG Benyon, TM Doody
CSIRO Forestry and Forest Products, 2004
Comparison of interception, forest floor evaporation and transpiration in Pinus radiata and Eucalyptus globulus plantations
RG Benyon, TM Doody
Hydrological Processes 29 (6), 1173-1187, 2015
Water use strategies of two co‐occurring tree species in a semi‐arid karst environment
BA Swaffer, KL Holland, TM Doody, C Li, J Hutson
Hydrological processes 28 (4), 2003-2017, 2014
Ecological response of Eucalyptus camaldulensis (river red gum) to extended drought and flooding along the River Murray, South Australia (1997–2011) and implications for …
TM Doody, SN Benger, JL Pritchard, IC Overton
Marine and Freshwater Research 65 (12), 1082-1093, 2014
Continental mapping of groundwater dependent ecosystems: A methodological framework to integrate diverse data and expert opinion
TM Doody, OV Barron, K Dowsley, I Emelyanova, J Fawcett, IC Overton, ...
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 10, 61-81, 2017
Rainfall partitioning, tree form and measurement scale: a comparison of two co‐occurring, morphologically distinct tree species in a semi‐arid environment
BA Swaffer, KL Holland, TM Doody, J Hutson
Ecohydrology 7 (5), 1331-1344, 2014
Development of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan SDL adjustment ecological elements method
IC Overton, CA Pollino, J Roberts, JRW Reid, NR Bond, HM McGinness, ...
Report prepared by CSIRO for the Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Canberra, 45-54, 2014
Agroecología y producción ecológica
JCT Marquina
Editorial CSIC-CSIC Press, 2010
Using mental-modelling to explore how irrigators in the Murray–Darling Basin make water-use decisions
EM Douglas, SA Wheeler, DJ Smith, IC Overton, SA Gray, TM Doody, ...
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 6, 1-12, 2016
Plantation forest water use in southwest Victoria
RG Benyon, TM Doody, S Theiveyanathan, V Koul
Forest & Wood Products Australia, Melbourne, VIC, 2009
Development of pan coefficients for estimating evapotranspiration from riparian woody vegetation
TM Doody, RG Benyon, S Theiveyanathan, V Koul, L Stewart
Hydrological Processes 28 (4), 2129-2149, 2014
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