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Dr. Paul M. Feikema

Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science

University of Melbourne, Australia

 

Email: pfeikema@unimelb.edu.au

 

Qualifications

2000   Ph.D., Monash University, Australia

1995   M.Sc., University of Melbourne, Australia

1992   B.Sc., University of Melbourne, Australia

 

Publications (Selected)

  1. Feikema, P.M., Sasse, J.M. and Bandara, G. (in press) Chloride uptake and biomass partitioning in hybrid Eucalyptusgrown on saline sites.New Forests DOI: 10.1007/s11056-011-9268-6.
  2. Feikema, P.M., Sheridan, G.J., Argent, R.M., Lane, P.N.J., Grayson, R.B. 2011. Estimating catchmentscale impacts of wildfire on sediment and nutrient loads using the E2 catchment modelling framework.Environmental Modelling and Software 26: 913-928.
  3. Feikema, P.M., Baker, T.G., 2011. Effect of soil salinity on growth of irrigated plantationEucalyptusin south-eastern Australia.Agricultural Water Management98: 1180-1188.
  4. Benyon, R., Haydon, S., Vertessy, R., Hatton, T., Kuczera, G.,Feikema, P., Lane, P., 2010. Comment on Wood et al. 2008, 'Impacts of fire on forest age and runoff in mountain ash forests'.Functional Plant mBiology 37: 1187-1191.
  5. Feikema, P.M.,Morris, J.D., Beverly, C.R., Collopy, J.J., Baker, T.G. and Lane, P.N.J. 2010. Validation of plantation transpiration in south-eastern Australia estimated using the 3PG+ forest growth model.Forest Ecology and Management 260: 663–678.
  6. Feikema, P.M.,Morris, J.D. and Connell, L.D. 2010. The water balance and water sources of aEucalyptusplantation over shallow saline groundwater.Plant and Soil332: 429-449.
  7. Miehle, P., Grote, R., Battaglia, M.,Feikema, P.and Arndt, S. 2010. Evaluation of a process-based ecosystem model for long-term biomass and stand development ofEucalyptus globulusplantations.European Journal of Forest Research 129:377-391.
  8. Lane, P.N.J.,Feikema P.M., Sherwin, C.B, Peel, M.C., Freebairn, A. 2010. Modelling the long term water yield impact of wildfire and other forest disturbance.Environmental Modelling and Software 25: 467-478.
  9. Miehle, P., Battaglia, M., Sands, P., Forrester, D.,Feikema, P., Livesley, S., Morris, J. and Arndt, S. 2009. A comparison of four process-based models and a statistical regression model to predict growth ofEucalyptus globulusplantations.Ecological Modelling 220: 734-746.
  10. Miehle, P., Livesley, S.J., Li, C.,Feikema, P.M.,Adams, M.A., and Arndt, S.K. 2006. Quantifying uncertainty from large scale model predictions of forest carbon dynamics.Global Change Biology 12: 1421-1434.
  11. Miehle, P., Livesley, S.J.,Feikema, P.M., Li, C. and Arndt, S.K. 2006. Assessing productivity and carbon sequestration capacity ofEucalyptus globulusplantations using the process model Forest-DNDC: Calibration and validation.Ecological Modelling 192: 83-94.
  12. Silberstein, Vertessy, Morris andFeikema1999:Trees for profit and a healthy watertable.Water 26(3): 28-31.
  13. Silberstein, R.P., Vertessy, R.A., Morris, J.D. andFeikema, P.M.1999. Modelling the effects of soil moisture and solute conditions on long-term tree growth and water use.Agricultural Water Management 39 (2-3): 283-315.
  14. Feikema, P.M.,Heuperman, A.F., Morris, J.D., and Connell, L.D. 1999. Hydrology and solute concentration under aEucalyptusplantation with a shallow watertable.Natural Resource Management 2: 18-22.
  15. Feikema P.,Beverly, C., Morris, J., Collopy, J. Baker, T. and Lane P.N.J. 2008. Predicting and managing the impacts of commercial plantations on catchment water balances. Forest and Wood Products Australia. Project number: PN04.4009. pp 64. ISBN: 978-1-920883-38-6.
  16. Feikema P.M.,Lane P.N.J. and Sherwin C.B. 2008. Hydrological studies into the impact of timber harvesting on water yield in state forests supplying water to Melbourne – Part 2 of Hydrological Studies (Climate change and Bushfire). eWater report to Department of Sustainability and Environment.
  17. Sheridan, G.J., Lane, P., Grayson, R., Noske, P.,Feikema, P.and Sherwin C. 2007. Impact of the 2003 Alpine bushfires on streamflow: Estimated changes in stream exports of sediment, phosphorus and nitrogen following the 2003 bushfires in Eastern Victoria. A report prepared by the University of Melbourne for the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment, and the Murray Darling Basin Commission as part of the Bushfire Recovery Program. MDBC Publication No. 22/08. ISBN 978 1921257 62 9.
  18. Feikema, P., Sheridan, G., Argent, R., Lane, P. and Grayson, R. 2007. Impact of the 2003 Alpine bushfires on streamflow: Modelling the impacts of the 2003 bushfires on water quality in catchments in Victoria and New South Wales. A report prepared by the University of Melbourne for the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment, and the Murray Darling Basin Commission as part of the Bushfire Recovery Program. MDBC Publication No. 26/08. ISBN 978 1 921257 66 7.
  19. Feikema P.M.,Lane P.N.J., Peel M.C., Sherwin C.B., Freebairn A., Salkin O. 2006. Hydrological studies into the impact of timber harvesting on water yield in state forests supplying water to Melbourne – Part 1 of Hydrological Studies. eWater report to Department of Sustainability and Environment.
  20. Freebairn, A., Peel, M andFeikema,P. 2006. Macaque user manual. Catchment Modelling Toolkit CRC for Catchment Hydrology, Australia.
  21. Feikema, P., Sheridan, G., Lane, P., Argent, R. and Grayson, R. 2005. Modelling the impacts of bushfires on water quality in the Gippsland Lakes catchments. A report prepared for the Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment as part of the Bushfire Recovery Program. University of Melbourne, Cooperative Research Centre for Catchment Hydrology.
  22. Vertessy, R., Connell, L., Morris, J., Silberstein, R., Heuperman, A.,Feikema, P.,Mann, L., Komarzynski, M., Collopy, J. and Stackpole, D. 2000. RIRDC Project CSI-3A: Sustainable hardwood production in shallow watertable areas. A report for the RIRDC/ LWRRDC/ FWPRDC Joint Venture Agroforestry Program. RIRDC Publication No. 00/163. ISBN 0 642 58193 2.