Dr Tanya Doody
Tanya is a spatial ecohydrologist with a focus on vegetation water use which is scaled regionally with remote sensing.
Dr Tanya Doody leads the Managing Water Ecosystems Group in CSIRO Land and Water. Tanya’s core science determines the water use of forests and invasive tree species that extract water from groundwater and river systems. Her research provides water management options to natural resource managers, local industry and government bodies to protect and preserve the natural environment.
Additionally, Tanya provides integrative science linking ecological response of riparian vegetation to floodplain inundation and remote sensing to investigate outcomes of water reform policy within the Murray-Darling Basin. The research objective is to understand floodplain ecosystem function responses to environmental watering management options.
Tanya has also undertaken several studies using ecological response models to provide management solutions to water managers and works in Nepal, linking river flow and ecology within Nepalese river systems, providing leadership and capacity building for up to 20 local ecologists and local post-graduate students.
- SARGDV: Efficient identification of groundwater-dependent vegetation using synthetic aperture radar M Terrett, D Fryer, T Doody, H Nguyen, P Castellazzi (2020) arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.03129
- Towards monitoring groundwater‐dependent ecosystems using synthetic aperture radar imagery
P Castellazzi, T Doody, L Peeters. (2019) Hydrological Processes 33 (25), 3239-3250
- Re-framing the decision context over trade-offs among ecosystem services and wellbeing in a major river basin where water resources are highly contested. (2019) MJ Colloff, TM Doody, IC Overton, J Dalton, R Welling Sustainability Science 14 (3), 713-731
- Information Guidelines Explanatory Note: Assessing groundwater-dependent ecosystems
TM Doody, PJ Hancock, JL Pritchard. (2019) Report prepared for the Independent Expert Scientific Committee on Coal Seam …