David Clark

 
Mr Clark completed an MSc (Eng) degree in vehicle performance simulation. After graduating he was employed by the University of Natal for four years, lecturing and working on research projects in vehicle performance simulation and hydrological modelling.

He spent two years consulting at Land Resources International in the field of agricultural and natural resource management. Since 2004 he has been working at the University of KwaZulu-Natal on Water Research Commission funded projects related to modelling systems and water resources modelling. 
     
 Position:   Researcher
 Qualifications:

  MSc (Eng) (Agric)
BSc (Eng) (Agric)
     
 Discipline:   Bioresources (Agricultural) Engineering
 Campus   Pietermaritzburg
Telephone:   033 260 5485,
Email:   clarkd@ukzn.ac.za
     
Recent Publications:
                          

























  Clark, D.J. and Smithers, J.C. (Editors) (2013) Model Integration for Operational Water Resources Planning and Management. Water Research Commission, Pretoria, South Africa. WRC Report No. 1951/1/12, 315pp.

Clark, D.J., Hughes, D.A., Smithers, J.C., Thornton-Dibb, S.L.C., Lutchminarain, A. and Forsyth, D.A. (2012) Deployment, Maintenance and Further Development of SPATSIM-HDSF: Volume 1 – SPATSIM-HDSF Modelling Framework. Water Research Commission, Pretoria, South Africa. WRC Report No. 1870/1/12, 305pp.

Clark, D.J., Smithers, J.C., Thornton-Dibb, S.L.C. and Lutchminarain, A.. (2012) Deployment, Maintenance and Further Development of SPATSIM-HDSF: Volume 3 – ACRU Agrohydrological Model. Water Research Commission, Pretoria, South Africa. WRC Report No. 1870/3/12, 144pp.

Kiker, G.A., Clark, D.J., Martinez, C.J. and Schulze, R.E. (2006). A Java-based, Object-Oriented Modelling System for Southern African Hydrology. Transactions of the ASAE, 49(5): 1419 - 1433.

Clark, D.J. and Smithers, J.C. (2006). Hydrological Decision Support Framework (HDSF) - Initial Design. Water SA, 32(4): 465-472.