Ant community responses to experimental fire and logging in a eucalypt forest of south-eastern Australia
Andersen A, Penman T, Debas N, Houadria M
Patch-occupancy modeling as a method for monitoring changes in Forest Floristics: a case study on southeastern Australia
Penman T, Binnis D, Kavanagh R
Using fire to manage for invertebrate/fungal interactions and biodiversity
York, A. and Bell, T.L.
Fuel for thought: do litter dwelling invertebrates regulate fine fuel loads in frequently burnt eucalypt forests?”
Brennan, K., Christie, F. & York, A.
Effect of forest management practices on understorey community composition in dry sclerophyll forests in south-eastern Australia
Penman, T., Binns, D, & Kavanagh, R.
Effects of frequent fire on terrestrial invertebrates in an Australian eucalypt forest: Can active habitat management ameliorate impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem processes? (Abstract page 265)
Forests, Fire and Ecological Processes - More than just good in theory
York A, Bell T, Christie F, Brennan K