SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Allen, A., and D.Chapman (2001), Impacts of afforestation on groundwater resources and quality, Hydrogeol. J., 9, 390400.
  • Bosch, J. M., and J. D.Hewlett (1982), A review of catchment experiments to determine the effect of vegetation changes on water yield and evapotranspiration, J. Hydrol., 55, 323.
  • Brown, A., L.Zhang, T.McMahon, A.Western, and R.Vertessy (2005), A review of paired catchment studies with reference to the seasonal flows, J. Hydrol., 310, 2861.
  • Brown, A. E., G. M.Podger, A. J.Davidson, T. I.Dowling, and L.Zhang (2007), Predicting the impact of plantation forestry on water users at local and regional scales: An example for the Murrumbidgee River Basin, Australia, For. Ecol. Manage., 251, 8293.
  • BRS (2006), Spatial data for forest industry processing sites in the Murray Darling Basin, National Forest Inventory Dataset, Bureau of Rural Sciences, Canberra.
  • Bruijnzeel, L. A. (1990), Hydrology of Moist Forests and the Effects of Conversion: A State of Knowledge Review, 224 pp., Free University, Amsterdam.
  • Calder, I. R. (2005), Blue Revolution: Integrated Land and Water Resource Management, 353 pp., Earthscan, London.
  • Calder, I. R., I.Reid, T. R.Nisbet, and J. C.Green (2003), Impact of lowland forests in England on water resources: Application of the Hydrological Land Use Change (HYLUC) model, Water Resour. Res., 39(11), 1319, doi:10.1029/2003WR002042.
  • Cognard-Plancq, A. L., V.Marc, J. F.Didon-Lescot, and M.Normand (2001), The role of forest cover on streamflow down sub-Mediterranean mountain watersheds: A modelling approach, J. Hydrol., 254, 229243.
  • Costa, M. H., and J. A.Foley (1997), The water balance of the Amazon basin: Dependence on vegetation cover and canopy conductance, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 2397323989.
  • Dooge, J. C. I., M.Bruen, and B.Parmentier (1999), A simple model for estimating the sensitivity of runoff to long-term changes in precipitation without a change in vegetation, Adv. Water Resour., 23, 153163.
  • Farley, K. A., E. G.Jobbagy, and R. B.Jackson (2005), Effects of afforestation on water yield: A global synthesis with implications for policy, Global Change Biol., 11(10), 15651576.
  • Grayson, R. B., R. M.Argent, R. J.Nathan, T. A.McMahon, and R. G.Mein (1996), Hydrological Recipes: Estimation Techniques in Australian Hydrology, 125 pp., Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment Hydrology, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • Hibbert, A. R. (1967), Forest treatment effects on water yield, in International Symposium of Forest Hydrology, edited by W. E.Sopper and H. W.Lull, 813 pp., Pergamon, Oxford.
  • Hirsch, R. M., J. R.Slack, and R. A.Smith (1982), Techniques of trend analysis for monthly water quality data, Water Resour. Res., 18(1), 107121.
  • Hurtt, G. C., et al. (2010), Harmonization of land-use scenarios for the period 1500–2100: 600 years of global gridded annual land-use transitions, wood harvest, and resulting secondary lands, Clim. Change, 109, 117161.
  • Jackson, R. B., E. G.Jobbagy, R.Avissar, S. B.Roy, D. J.Barret, C. W.Cook, K. A.Farley, D. C.Le Maitre, B. A.McCarl, and B. C.Murria (2005), Trading water for carbon with biological carbon sequestration, Science, 310(5756), 19441947.
  • Jeffrey, S. J., J. O.Carter, K. M.Moodie, and A. R.Beswick (2001), Using spatial interpolation to construct a comprehensive archive of Australian climate data, Environ. Model. Software, 16(4), 309330.
  • Jones, R., F.Chiew, W.Boughton, and L.Zhang (2006), Estimating the sensitivity of mean annual runoff to climate change using selected hydrological models, Adv. Water Resour., 29, 14191429.
  • Kendall, M. G. (1975), Rank-Correlation Measures, 202 pp., Charles Griffin, London.
  • Koster, R. D., and M. J.Suarez (1999), A simple framework for examining the interannual variability of land surface moisture fluxes, J. Clim., 12, 19111917.
  • Lane, P. N. J., A. E.Best, K.Hickel, and L.Zhang (2005), The response of flow duration curves to afforestation, J. Hydrol., 310, 253265.
  • Lara, A., et al. (2009), Assessment of ecosystem services as an opportunity for the conservation and management of native forests in Chile, For. Ecol. Manage., 258, 415424.
  • Lee, R. (Ed.) (1980), Forest Hydrology, 349 pp., Columbia University Press, New York.
  • Legates, D. R., and G. J.McCabeJr. (1999), Evaluating the use of “goodness-of-fit” measures in hydrologic and hydroclimatic model validation, Water Resour. Res., 35, 233241.
  • Li, L. J., L.Zhang, H.Wang, J.Wang, J. W.Yang, D. J.Jiang, J. Y.Li, and D. Y.Qin (2007), Assessing the impact of climate variability and human activities on streamflow from the Wuding River basin in China, Hydrol. Processes, 21, 34853491.
  • Lørup, J. K., J. C.Refsgaard, and D.Mazvimavi (1998), Assessing the effect of land use change on catchment runoff by combined use of statistical tests and hydrological modelling: Case studies from Zimbabwe, J. Hydrol., 205(3–4), 147163.
  • Mann, H. B. (1945), Non-parametric tests against trend, Econometrica, 13, 245259.
  • Matheussen, B., R. L.Kirschbaum, I. A.Goodman, G. M.O'Donnell, and D. P.Lettenmaier (2000), Effects of land cover change on streamflow in the interior Columbia River Basin (USA and Canada), Hydrol. Processes, 14, 867885.
  • Milly, P. C. D., and K. A.Dunne (2002), Macroscale water fluxes 2. Water and energy supply control of their inter-annual variability, Water Resour. Res., 38(10), 1206, doi:10.1029/2001WR000760.
  • Morton, F. I. (1983), Operational estimates of actual evapotranspiration and their significance to the science and practice of hydrology, J. Hydrol., 66, 176.
  • Post, D., A.Jakeman, I. G.Littlewood, P. G.Whitehead, and M. D. A.Jayasuriya (1996), Modelling land cover induced variations in hydrologic response: Picaninny Creek, Victoria, Ecol. Model., 86(2–3), 177182.
  • Potter, N., and L.Zhang (2009), Interannual variability of catchment water balance in Australia. J. Hydrol., 369, 120129.
  • Roderick, M. L., and G. D.Farquhar (2004), Changes in Australian pan evaporation from 1970 to 2002, J. Climatol., 24, 10771090.
  • Sahin, V., and M. J.Hall (1996), The effects of afforestation and deforestation on water yields, J. Hydrol., 178, 293309.
  • Scanlon, B. R., I.Jolly, M.Sophocleous, and L.Zhang (2007), Global impacts of conversions from natural to agricultural ecosystems on water resources: Quantity versus quality, Water Resour. Res., 43, W03437, doi:10.1029/2006WR005486.
  • Schaake, J. C., and C.Liu (1989), Development and application of simple water balance models to understand the relationship between climate and water resources, in New Directions for Surface Water Modeling, edited by M. L.Kavvas, pp. 343352, IAHS Press, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 8BB, UK.
  • Scott, D. F., and R. E.Smith (1997), Preliminary empirical models to predict reductions in total and low flows resulting from afforestation, Water SA, 23(2), 134140.
  • Scott, D. F., F. W.Prinsloo, G.Moses, M.Mehlomakulu, and A. D. A.Simmers (2000), A re-analysis of the South African catchment afforestation experimental data, WRC Rep. 810/1/00, 138 pp., Water Res. Comm., Pretoria.
  • Sen, P. K. (1968), Estimates of the regression coefficient based on Kendall's tau, J. Am. Stat. Assoc., 63, 13791389.
  • Snedecor, G. W., and W. G.Cochran (1989), Statistical Methods, 8th ed., 503 pp., Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa.
  • Tuteja, N. K., J.Vaze, J.Teng, and M.Mutendeudzi (2007), Partitioning the effects of pine plantations and climate variability on runoff from a large catchment in southeastern Australia, Water Resour. Res., 43, W08415, doi:10.1029/2006WR005016.
  • vanDijk, M. H. (1985), Reduction in evaporation due to the bird screen used in the Australian class A pan evaporation network, Aust. Meteorol. Mag., 33, 181183.
  • Whitehead, P. G., and M.Robinson (1993), Experimental basin studies—An international and historical perspective of forest impacts, J. Hydrol., 145, 217230.
  • Wilk, J., L.Andersson, and V.Plermkamon (2001), Hydrological impacts of forest conversion to agriculture in a large river basin in northeast Thailand, Hydrol. Processes, 15, 27292748.
  • Xu, Z. G., M. T.Bennett, R.Tao, and J. T.Xu (2004), China's Sloping Land Conversion Programme four years on: Current situation and pending issues, Int. Forest. Rev., 6, 317326.
  • Zhang, L., W. R.Dawes, and G. R.Walker (2001), Response of mean annual evapotranspiration to vegetation changes at catchment scale, Water Resour. Res., 37(3), 701708.
  • Zhang, L., F.Zhao, A.Brown, Y.Chen, A.Davidson, and R.Dixon (2010), Estimating impact of plantation expansions on streamflow regime and water allocation, Tech. Rep. 1835-095X, 84 pp., CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country National Research Flagship, Canberra, ACT Australia.
  • Zhang, X. P., L.Zhang, P.Rustomji, J.Zhao, and P.Hairsine (2008), Response of streamflow to changes in climate and land use/cover in the Loess Plateau, China, Water Resour. Res., 44, W00A07, doi:10.1029/2007WR006711.
  • Zhao, F. F., L.Zhang, and Z. X.Xu (2009), Estimating the effects of vegetation cover change on streamflow at different spatial scales, in 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, edited by R. S.Anderssen, R. D.Braddock, and L. T. H.Newham, pp. 35913597, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Canberra, ACT Australia, ISBN: 978-0-9758400-7-8, http://www.mssanz.org.au/modsim09/I8/zhao_ff.pdf.
  • Zhao, F. F., L.Zhang, Z. X.Xu, and D. F.Scott (2010), Evaluation of methods for estimating the effects of vegetation change and climate variability on streamflow, Water Resour. Res., 46, W03505, doi:10.1029/2009WR007702.