Liverpool Skylilne

Natural Sciences and Psychology

Dr Jon Dick

Dr Jon Dick

Telephone: 0151 231 2304

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Biography

Degrees

2014, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom, PhD
2011, University of Durham, UK, BSc

Academic appointments

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen, 2014 - 2017

Publications

Journal article

Dick JJ, Tetzlaff D, Soulsby C. 2018. Role of riparian wetlands and hydrological connectivity in the dynamics of stream thermal regimes Hydrology Research, 49 :634-647 DOI Author Url Public Url

Dick J, Tetzlaff D, Bradford J, Soulsby C. 2018. Using repeat electrical resistivity surveys to assess heterogeneity in soil moisture dynamics under contrasting vegetation types JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 559 :684-697 DOI Author Url Public Url

Soulsby C, Dick J, Scheliga B, Tetzlaff D. 2017. Taming the flood-How far can we go with trees? HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 31 :3122-3126 DOI Author Url

Wang H, Tetzlaff D, Dick JJ, Soulsby C. 2017. Assessing the environmental controls on Scots pine transpiration and the implications for water partitioning in a boreal headwater catchment Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 240-241 :58-66 DOI Author Url Publisher Url

Sprenger M, Tetzlaff D, Tunaley C, Dick J, Soulsby C. 2017. Evaporation fractionation in a peatland drainage network affects stream water isotope composition Water Resources Research, 53 :851-866 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Soulsby C, Bradford J, Dick J, McNamara JP, Geris J, Lessels J, Blumstock M, Tetzlaff D. 2016. Using geophysical surveys to test tracer-based storage estimates in headwater catchments Hydrological Processes, 30 :4434-4445 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Birkel C, Geris J, Molina MJ, Mendez C, Arce R, Dick J, Tetzlaff D, Soulsby C. 2016. Hydroclimatic controls on non-stationary stream water ages in humid tropical catchments JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 542 :231-240 DOI Author Url

Blumstock M, Tetzlaff D, Dick JJ, Nuetzmann G, Soulsby C. 2016. Spatial organization of groundwater dynamics and streamflow response from different hydropedological units in a montane catchment HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 30 :3735-3753 DOI Author Url

Dick JJ, Soulsby C, Birkel C, Malcolm I, Tetzlaff D. 2016. Continuous Dissolved Oxygen Measurements and Modelling Metabolism in Peatland Streams PLoS ONE, 11 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Lessels JS, Tetzlaff D, Birkel C, Dick J, Soulsby C. 2016. Water sources and mixing in riparian wetlands revealed by tracers and geospatial analysis WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 52 :456-470 DOI Author Url

Soulsby C, Birkel C, Geris J, Dick J, Tunaley C, Tetzlaff D. 2015. Stream water age distributions controlled by storage dynamics and nonlinear hydrologic connectivity: Modeling with high-resolution isotope data WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 51 :7759-7776 DOI Author Url

Dick JJ, Tetzlaff D, Soulsby C. 2015. Landscape influence on small-scale water temperature variations in a moorland catchment HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 29 :3098-3111 DOI Author Url

Dick JJ, Tetzlaff D, Birkel C, Soulsby C. 2015. Modelling landscape controls on dissolved organic carbon sources and fluxes to streams BIOGEOCHEMISTRY, 122 :361-374 DOI Author Url

Tetzlaff D, Birkel C, Dick J, Geris J, Soulsby C. 2014. Storage dynamics in hydropedological units control hillslope connectivity, runoff generation, and the evolution of catchment transit time distributions WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 50 :969-985 DOI Author Url

Engagement & Impact

External committees:

Main Committee, British Hydrological Society, Ordinary committee member, http://www.hydrology.org.uk/. 2017