Professor Rob Vertessy FTSE
Professor Rob Vertessy FTSE
University of Melbourne, School of Engineering
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A review of paired catchment studies for determining changes in water yield resulting from alterations in vegetation
AE Brown, L Zhang, TA McMahon, AW Western, RA Vertessy
Journal of hydrology 310 (1-4), 28-61, 2005
A review of whole-plant water use studies in tree
SD Wullschleger, FC Meinzer, RA Vertessy
Tree physiology 18 (8-9), 499-512, 1998
Downward approach to hydrological prediction
M Sivapalan, G Blöschl, L Zhang, R Vertessy
Hydrological processes 17 (11), 2101-2111, 2003
Relationships between stem diameter, sapwood area, leaf area and transpiration in a young mountain ash forest
RA Vertessy, RG Benyon, SK O'sullivan, PR Gribben
Tree physiology 15 (9), 559-567, 1995
Factors determining relations between stand age and catchment water balance in mountain ash forests
RA Vertessy, FGR Watson, KO Sharon
Forest Ecology and Management 143 (1-3), 13-26, 2001
Integration of sapflow velocity to estimate plant water use
TJ Hatton, EA Catchpole, RA Vertessy
Tree Physiology 6 (2), 201-209, 1990
Derivation of soil properties using a soil land inference model (SoLIM)
AX Zhu, L Band, R Vertessy, B Dutton
Soil Science Society of America Journal 61 (2), 523-533, 1997
Predicting water yield from a mountain ash forest catchment using a terrain analysis based catchment model
RA Vertessy, TJ Hatton, PJ O'shaughnessy, MDA Jayasuriya
Journal of Hydrology 150 (2-4), 665-700, 1993
Estimating stand water use of large mountain ash trees and validation of the sap flow measurement technique
RA Vertessy, TJ Hatton, P Reece, SK O'sullivan, RG Benyon
Tree Physiology 17 (12), 747-756, 1997
Forest age-induced changes in evapotranspiration and water yield in a eucalypt forest
PM Cornish, RA Vertessy
Journal of Hydrology 242 (1-2), 43-63, 2001
Long-term growth and water balance predictions for a mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans) forest catchment subject to clear-felling and regeneration
RA Vertessy, TJ Hatton, RG Benyon, WR Dawes
Tree physiology 16 (1-2), 221-232, 1996
Large‐scale modelling of forest hydrological processes and their long‐term effect on water yield
FGR Watson, RA Vertessy, RB Grayson
Hydrological processes 13 (5), 689-700, 1999
Transpiration from Eucalyptus sieberi (L. Johnson) forests of different age
S Roberts, R Vertessy, R Grayson
Forest Ecology and Management 143 (1-3), 153-161, 2001
Transpiration of plantation Pinus radiata estimated by the heat pulse method and the Bowen ratio
TJ Hatton, RA Vertessy
Hydrological Processes 4 (3), 289-298, 2006
Assessment of chemical water types and their spatial variation using multi-stage cluster analysis, Queensland, Australia
VH McNeil, ME Cox, M Preda
Journal of Hydrology 310 (1-4), 181-200, 2005
Trees, water and salt: an Australian guide to using trees for healthy catchments and productive farms
R Stirzaker, R Vertessy, R Sarre
Canberra, RIRDC, 2002
Plantations, river flows and river salinity
RA Vertessy, L Zhang, WR Dawes
Australian Forestry 66 (1), 55-61, 2003
Fluidization of mud in estuaries
E Wolanski, J Chappell, P Ridd, R Vertessy
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 93 (C3), 2351-2361, 1988
Distributed modeling of storm flow generation in an Amazonian rain forest catchment: Effects of model parameterization
RA Vertessy, H Elsenbeer
Water Resources Research 35 (7), 2173-2187, 1999
Comparing modelling frameworks–a workshop approach
RM Argent, A Voinov, T Maxwell, SM Cuddy, JM Rahman, S Seaton, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 21 (7), 895-910, 2006
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