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M. E. Jenkins and Adams, M. A., Vegetation type determines heterotrophic respiration on sub-alpine Australian ecosystems., Global change Biology, 2009.
M. E. Jenkins and Adams, M. A., Respiratory quotients and Q10 of soil respiration in sub-alpine Australia reflect influences of vegetation types, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2011.
P. Johnston, Kelso, J., and Milne, G. J., Efficient simulation of wildfire spread on an irregular grid, International Journal of Wildland Fire, pp. 614-627, 2008.
P. Johnston, Kelso, J., and Milne, G. J., Efficient simulation of wildfire spread on an irregular grid, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 17, no. 5, p. 614, 2008.
P. Johnston, Milne, G. J., and Klemitz, D., Overview of bushfire spread simulation systems., BCRC, 2005.PDF icon uwa_simulators_overview.pdf (1.04 MB)
S. Jones and Reinke, K., Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and CartographyInnovations in Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009.
O. D. Jones, Nyman, P., and Sheridan, G. J., Modelling the effects of fire and rainfall regimes on extreme erosion events in forested landscapes, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 2014.
V. Jurskis and Walmsley, T., Eucalypt ecosystems predisposed to chronic decline: estimated distribution in coastal New South Wales, 2011.PDF icon estimates_simplified_final1_vs_0.pdf (329.47 KB)PDF icon batemansbay.pdf (10.22 MB)PDF icon bellbrook.pdf (8.61 MB)PDF icon casino.pdf (7.29 MB)PDF icon centralcoast.pdf (6.16 MB)PDF icon coffsharbour.pdf (7.62 MB)PDF icon cumberland.pdf (11.3 MB)PDF icon dungog.pdf (9.35 MB)PDF icon eden.pdf (8.42 MB)PDF icon illawarra.pdf (5.38 MB)PDF icon nowra.pdf (4.11 MB)PDF icon urbenville.pdf (4.74 MB)PDF icon wauchope.pdf (12.66 MB)
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R. E. Keane, Cary, G. J., Flannigan, M. D., Parsons, R. A., Davies, I. D., King, K. J., Li, C., Bradstock, R. A., and A. Gill, M., Exploring the role of fire, succession, climate, and weather on landscape dynamics using comparative modeling, Ecological Modelling, vol. 266, pp. 172-186, 2013.
R. E. Keane, Cary, G. J., Davies, I. D., Flannigan, M. D., Gardner, R. H., Lavorel, S., Lenihan, J. M., Li, C., and Rupp, T. S., A classification of landscape fire succession models: spatial simulations of fire and vegetation dynamics., Ecological Modelling. , vol. 179, p. Mar-27, 2005.
C. Kelly, The effect of fire frequency on the understorey of a subalpine snow gum forest. , The Australian National University, 2004.
J. D. Kepert, Fawcett, R. J. B., Tory, K. J., and Thurston, W., Applications of Very High Resolution Atmospheric Modelling for Bushfires, 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
P. Killey and Barrett, G., An assessment of drop patterns, penetration and persistence of water and foam form medium aerial platforms in grassland, open woodlands and pine forest in the ACT, ACT Rural Fire Service, 2006.PDF icon air_sup_summer_student_report_06.pdf (1.1 MB)
K. J. King, Bradstock, R. A., Cary, G. J., Chapman, J., and Marsden-Smedley, J. B., The relative importance of fine-scale fuel mosaics on reducing fire risk in south-west Tasmania, Australia, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 17, no. 3, p. 421, 2008.
K. J. King, Cary, G. J., Bradstock, R. A., Chapman, J., Pyrke, A., and Marsden-Smedley, J. B., Simulation of prescribed burning strategies in south-west Tasmania, Australia: effects on unplanned fires, fire regimes, and ecological management values, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 15, no. 4, p. 527, 2006.
A. Kosmadopoulos, Sargent, C., Darwent, D., Zhou, X., and Roach, G., Alternatives to polysomnography (PSG): A validation of wrist actigraphy and a partial-PSG system, Behavior Research Methods, 2014.
T. Kruger and Beilin, R., A 'responsibility for place' - firefighter deployment, local knowledge and risk, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2014.
T. Kruger and Beilin, R., Firefighting the ‘Paradox of Place’ – The Risks and Dilemmas Associated with Knowing the Place of Fire, 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
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P. Langlands, Brennan, K. E. C., and Pearce, R., Spiders, spinifex, rainfall, and fire: long-term changes in an arid spider assemblage., Journal of Arid Environments, pp. 36-59, 2006.
B. Larsen, Graham, T., and Aisbett, B., A survey to identify physically demanding tasks performed during storm damage operations by Australian State Emergency Services personnel, Applied Ergonomics, vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 128 - 133, 2013.
A. J. Leavesley, Cary, G. J., Edwards, G. P., and A. Gill, M., The effect of fire on birds of mulga woodlandin arid central Australia, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 19, no. 7, p. 949, 2010.
A. J. Leavesley and Cary, G. J., The effect of patch area on birds in central Australian Mulga ('acacia aneura') woodland of different times-since-fire, Pacific Conservation Biology, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 28-38, 2013.
A. J. Leavesley, Mallela, J., Kendall, D., and Cooper, N., Winter Hazard Reduction Burning Reduces the Fuel Load in Themeda and Phalaris during Summer, 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
R. Leicester and Handmer, J., Bushfire (in Transitions), in Transitions: Pathways Towards Sustainable Urban Development in Australia, P. W. Newton CSIRO Publishing, 2008, pp. 245-252.
J. E. Leonard, Blanchi, R., and Newnham, G. J., Bushfire decision support toolbox radiant heat flux modelling - Case study three 2013 Springwood fire, New South Wales, 2014.PDF icon case_study_3_-_report-final.pdf (1.34 MB)

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