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Dr. Darryl E. Carlyle-Moses

Biography

Darryl Carlyle-Moses holds a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in the area of Forest Hydrology and Micrometeorology. Darryl is currently an Associate Professor and the Chair of the Department of Geography & Environmental Studies at Thompson Rivers University. His research interests focus primarily around the impact of disturbance (e.g., wildfire, insect infestations, commercial logging, etc.) on hydrological processes as well the storm-water management potential of vegetation cover in mountain environments. Dr. Carlyle-Moses has published in international journals such as Hydrological Processes, Journal of Hydrology, and Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; contributed towards three chapters in the British Columbia Compendium of Forest Hydrology and Geomorphology, and was a co-editor and chapter contributor to Springer’s Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Dr. Carlyle-Moses has conducted field work in a number of locations including the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains of Mexico and on the Interior Plateau of British Columbia.

Biographie

Darryl Carlyle-Moses est titulaire d’un doctorat de l’Université de Toronto dans le domaine de l’hydrologie forestière et de la micrométéorologie. Darryl est actuellement professeur agrégé et chaire du Département de géographie et d’études environnementales de l’Université Thompson Rivers. Ses intérêts de recherche portent principalement sur l’impact des perturbations (incendies de forêt, infestations d’insectes, exploitation commerciale, etc.) sur les processus hydrologiques ainsi que sur le potentiel de gestion des eaux pluviales de la couverture végétale en montagne. Dr. Carlyle-Moses a publié dans des revues internationales telles que Hydrological Processes, Journal of Hydrology et Agricultural and Forest Meteorology; Il a contribué à trois chapitres du Compendium de l’hydrologie forestière et de la géomorphologie de la Colombie-Britannique et a été corédacteur et contributeur à Springer’s Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Dr Carlyle-Moses a mené des travaux sur le terrain dans plusieurs endroits, notamment dans les montagnes de la Sierra Madre au Mexique et sur le plateau intérieur de la Colombie-Britannique.

Selected Publications/ Publications sélectionnées

Chapter 43: Rainfall interception, detention and depression storage, In: Chow’s Handbook of Applied Hydrology (2nd Edition, Ed. V. Singh)
Carlyle-Moses DE
McGraw-Hill Education, New York, New York, USA (in press)

Stemflow production by juvenile lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta var. latifolia)
McKee AJ & DE Carlyle-Moses
Journal of Forestry Research (in press)

The influence of rainfall depth class and deciduous tree traits on stemflow production in an urban park
Schooling JT & DE Carlyle-Moses
Urban Ecosystems 18:1261–1284 (Dec 2015)

Throughfall heterogeneity and temporal persistence below and between the canopies of juvenile lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta)
Carlyle-Moses DE & CE Lishman
Hydrological Processes 29:4051–4067 (Aug 2015)

Tree traits and meteorological factors influencing the initiation and rate of stemflow from isolated deciduous trees
Carlyle-Moses DE & JT Schooling
Hydrological Processes 29:4083–4099 (Aug 2015)

A preliminary evaluation of throughfall sampling techniques in a mature coniferous forest
Carlyle-Moses DE, CE Lishman & AJ McKee
Journal of Forestry Research 25:407–413 (Jun 2014)

Rainfall interception loss by forest canopies. In: Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and Tanaka T (Eds.), Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions
Carlyle-Moses DE & JHC Gash
Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp 407–424 (2011)

Modeling interception loss from forest restoration trails in Panama
Carlyle-Moses DE, AD Park & JL Cameron
Ecohydrology 3:272–283 (Sep 2010)