Quantifying interception associated with large-scale plantation forestry in the NT

Quantifying interception associated with large-scale plantation forestry in the NT

This is a joint proposal to address data and policy needs for the development of water planning in the NT that includes interception due to plantation forestry. The proposal seeks to supplement current research activity in this area and develop models calibrated to predict plantation water use for integration in water allocation planning undertaken by the NT Govt.

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Lindsay Hutley
Professor of Environmental Science

Primary research group

Ecosystem Function

Qualifications

1997 PhD Department of Botany, The University of Queensland 1991 BSc (Honours, First Class) Department of Botany, The University of Queensland 1983 Associate Diploma in Applied Biology, Queensland Institute of Technology
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Dr Mila Bristow
Adjunct

Primary research group

Ecosystem Function

Qualifications

PhD Forest Science, Southern Cross University BSc (Hons) Plant Ecology, University of Queensland