Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Darryl Carlyle-Moses

Darryl Carlyle-Moses

Darryl Carlyle-Moses

Name: Dr. Darryl Carlyle-Moses
Position: Associate Professor and Chair
Affiliation: Grad. Prog. in Env. Sci.
Phone: (250) 828-5235
Email: dcarlyle@tru.ca

Interests

Fishing, Fishing, and Fishing

Research Interests

Forest and Agricultural Hydrology and Meteorology.
Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Interactions.
Spatial and Temporal Scaling Issues in Hydrology.

Education

Hon.B.Sc. (University of Toronto at Mississauga), M.Sc., Ph.D. (University of Toronto)

Publications

Selected Publications:
[1] Carlyle-Moses DE, Lishman CE* and McKee AJ* (2014). A preliminary evaluation of throughfall sampling techniques in a mature coniferous forest. Journal of Forestry Research (in press).

[2] Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and Tanaka T (Eds.) (2011). Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany. 740 p

[3] Carlyle-Moses DE and Gash JHC (2011). 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. Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp 407 ??? 424.

[4] Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and Tanaka T (2011). Reflections on the state of forest hydrology and biogeochemsitry. In: Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and Tanaka T (Eds.), Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp 729 ??? 734.

[5] Levia DF, Keim RF, Carlyle-Moses DE and EE Frost (2011). Throughfall and stemflow in wooded ecosystems. In: Forest Hydrology and Biogeochemistry: Synthesis of Past Research and Future Directions. (Levia DF, Carlyle-Moses DE and Tanaka T eds.) Ecological Series 216, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp 425-444.

[6] Carlyle-Moses DE, Park AD and JL Cameron (2010). Modeling interception loss from forest restoration trails in Panama. Ecohydrology 3, 272-283.

[7] Weiler M, Spittlehouse DL, Winkler RD, Carlyle-Moses DE, Jost G, Hutchinson D, Hamilton S, Marquis P, Quilty E, Moore RD, Richardson J, Jordan P, Teti P and Coops N (2010). Watershed measurement methods and data limitations. In: (Pike RG, Redding TE, Moore RD, Winkler RD and Bladon KD eds.) Compendium of Forest Hydrology and Geomorphology in British Columbia B.C. Ministry of Forests and Range Research Branch, and FORREX Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Land Management Handbook 66, pp. 553-638.


[8] McKee AJ and DE Carlyle-Moses. 2010. Stemflow: A potentially important point source of water for growth. Link 11: 11-12.

[9] Carlyle-Moses, D.E. and Price, A.G. 2007. Modelling canopy interception loss from a Madrean pine-oak stand, northeastern Mexico. Hydrological Processes 21: 2572-2580.

[10] Carlyle-Moses, D.E. and Price, A.G. 2006. Growing-season stemflow production within a deciduous forest of southern Ontario. Hydrological Processes 20: 3651-3663.

[11] Carlyle-Moses, D.E. 2004. Throughfall, stemflow, and canopy interception loss fluxes in a semi-arid Sierra Madre Oriental matorral community. Journal of Arid Environments 58: 180-201.

[12] Carlyle-Moses, D.E., Flores-Laureano, J.S. and Price, A.G. 2004. Throughfall and throughfall spatial variability in Madrean oak forest communities of northeastern Mexico. Journal of Hydrology 297: 124 135.

[13] Price, A.G. and Carlyle-Moses, D.E. 2003. Measurement and modelling of growing-season canopy water fluxes in a mature mixed deciduous forest stand, southern Ontario, Canada. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 119: 69-85.

Employment History

Associate Professor Thompson Rivers University (2010 to present)
Assistant Professor Thompson Rivers University (2004 to 2010).
Lecturer University of Toronto (2002 to 2004).

Courses Taught

GEOG 1220 Weather and Climate
GEOG 2050 Introduction to Hydrology
GEOG 3040 Environmental Climatology and Meteorology
GEOG 3050 Physical Hydrology
GEOG 3070 Biogeography
GEOG 4990 Hydrological Field Techniques
GEOG 4820 Urban Biophysical Environments
GEOG 4906 Advanced Topics in Hydrology

Professional Affiliations

International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
Canadian Geophysical Union.
American Geophysical Union.
American Association of Geographers
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