Tagged: fog

Tussocks – a fundamental component of New Zealand’s water cycle - Waiology

Waiology Oct 20, 2014

By Alice Trevelyan, Sarah Mager and Peter Wilson The significance of fog deposition to increased water yield has been contested for many years, especially across the Otago region. Determining the importance of the role of tussock grasslands in the hydrological system is becoming increasingly important, especially over the summer periods when the demand for water for irrigation, recreation and domestic … Read More

Recent NZ research from climate change to tussock | Journal of Hydrology (NZ): 50(2) - Waiology

Waiology Nov 24, 2011

By Daniel Collins For those of you who don’t receive New Zealand’s own hydrology journal, or for those who want to save some time, here’s an overview of this month’s edition — the journal’s 100th. 1. Barry Fahey (Landcare Research) et al. use their water balance model, WATYIELD, to assess whether tussock in Otago’s uplands can really intercept … Read More