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Program Manager, Education and Communication in CRC for Temperate Hardwood Forestry, from 1992-96
Program Manager, Education and Technology Transfer CRC for Sustainable Production Forestry, 1997-2005
Project leader, Technical and business handbook for farm forestry, NHT project (1999-2000).
Project leader, Plantation establishment to combat rural tree decline, NHT project 2000-02
Project leader, Decision support system to combat rural tree decline, NHT project, 2004 to present
Program Manager Education Program, CRC for Forestry, 2005 to present.
Project leader, Eucalypt decline in the absence of fire, Bushfire CRC, 2005 to present
Member of Steering Committee for WARRA Long-term
Ecological Monitoring Site, Tahune, Tasmania, 2003 to present
Davidson NJ (2000). Recipient of NHT (National Heritage Trust) funding ($94 300) Plantation establishment to combat tree decline in the Midlands'
Davidson NJ (2004). Recipient of NHT (National Heritage Trust) funding ($255 500) Decision support system to combat tree decline'
Davidson NJ (2005). Recipient of Bushfire CRC funding ($1 270 000) for Eucalypt decline in the absence of fire Recent contract reports
Davidson, N.J. and Gibbons, A.K. (2000). Appendix 7: Gordon River Vegetation Report, In 'Basslink Integrated Impact Assessment: Potential Effects of Changes to Hydro Power Generation'. (Hydro Tasmania; Hobart).
Davidson, N.J. and Gibbons, A.K. (2001). Basslink Integrated Impact Assessment Statement, Supplementary report for the JAP hearings. Gordon River riparian vegetation assessment update to the Integrated Impact Assessment Statement. (Hydro Tasmania; Hobart).
DC Close and NJ Davidson (2003) ABC TV State Television News: about a research project that has shown specific planting techniques are required to regenerate Tasmanian midlands tree cover. 28 June 2003
DC Close and NJ Davidson (2003) Southern Cross State Television News: New research is assisting the reversal of tree decline in Tasmania's midlands. 28 June 2003
Davidson NJ (2004) The Mercury Hobart, Article on Plantation Water Use, 31 Aug. 2004 NJ Davidson (2005) ABC Radio The Country Hour: Interview about rural tree decline in the Midlands of Tasmania, 18 May, 2005
NJ Davidson (2005) ABC radio ABC Radio News Bulletin: Report about Rural tree decline in the Midlands of Tasmania, 17 June, 2005
NJ Davidson (2005) Derwent Valley Gazette: Taking a stand on tree decline, June 22 2005.
Davidson NJ (2005) TasCountry article by B Mounster. Good medicine for farm's sick bushland June 24, 2005.
Davidson NJ (2005) TasCountry article by B Mounster. Possum problem has trees in trouble June 24, 2005.
Davidson NJ (2005) The Mercury article by B Mounster. Why are trees doing it tough? July 16, 2005.
Australian Society of Plant Scientists
Ecological Society of Australia
Royal Society of Tasmania
The effect of ecological factors such as nutrition, temperature, water deficit, waterlogging and salinity on plant regeneration, growth and survival. Ecological and physiological factors which influence dominance patterns in eucalypt forests. Eco-physiological differences between the eucalypt subgenera Monocalyptus and Symphyomyrtus. The relationships between plant parasites and their respective hosts; water relations, photosynthesis and water use efficiency. The effect of salinity and waterlogging on growth, water relations and ion uptake of salt-tolerant plants.
Authorised by the Head of School, Biological Sciences
8 July, 2015