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Fire management for biodiversity conservation: key research questions and our capacity to answer them
DA Driscoll, DB Lindenmayer, AF Bennett, M Bode, RA Bradstock, ...
Biological conservation 143 (9), 1928-1939, 2010
5142010
A classification of landscape fire succession models: spatial simulations of fire and vegetation dynamics
RE Keane, GJ Cary, ID Davies, MD Flannigan, RH Gardner, S Lavorel, ...
Ecological modelling 179 (1), 3-27, 2004
3212004
How does ecological disturbance influence genetic diversity?
SC Banks, GJ Cary, AL Smith, ID Davies, DA Driscoll, AM Gill, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 28 (11), 670-679, 2013
2852013
The worldwide “wildfire” problem
AM Gill, SL Stephens, GJ Cary
Ecological applications 23 (2), 438-454, 2013
2712013
Fire regimes of a ustralia: A pyrogeographic model system
BP Murphy, RA Bradstock, MM Boer, J Carter, GJ Cary, MA Cochrane, ...
Journal of Biogeography 40 (6), 1048-1058, 2013
2672013
Prescribed burning: how can it work to conserve the things we value?
TD Penman, FJ Christie, AN Andersen, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (6), 721-733, 2011
2492011
Natural hazards in Australia: extreme bushfire
JJ Sharples, GJ Cary, P Fox-Hughes, S Mooney, JP Evans, MS Fletcher, ...
Climatic Change 139, 85-99, 2016
2372016
Effects of fire frequency on plant species composition of sandstone communities in the Sydney region: Inter‐fire interval and time‐since‐fire
DA MORRISON, GJ CARY, SM PENGELLY, DG ROSS, BJ MULLINS, ...
Australian Journal of Ecology 20 (2), 239-247, 1995
2291995
Land management practices associated with house loss in wildfires
P Gibbons, L Van Bommel, AM Gill, GJ Cary, DA Driscoll, RA Bradstock, ...
PloS one 7 (1), e29212, 2012
2282012
Comparison of the sensitivity of landscape-fire-succession models to variation in terrain, fuel pattern, climate and weather
GJ Cary, RE Keane, RH Gardner, S Lavorel, MD Flannigan, ID Davies, ...
Landscape ecology 21, 121-137, 2006
2152006
Importance of a changing climate for fire regimes in Australia.
GJ Cary
Flammable Australia: the fire regimes and biodiversity of a continent, 26-46, 2002
185*2002
Interactions between climate change, fire regimes and biodiversity in Australia: a preliminary assessment
RJ Williams, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, NJ Enright, AM Gill, AC Leidloff, ...
Department of Climate Change and Department of the Environment, Water …, 2009
180*2009
A conceptual framework for predicting temperate ecosystem sensitivity to human impacts on fire regimes
DB McWethy, PE Higuera, C Whitlock, TT Veblen, D Bowman, GJ Cary, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (8), 900-912, 2013
1642013
Wildfires, fuel treatment and risk mitigation in Australian eucalypt forests: insights from landscape-scale simulation
RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, I Davies, DB Lindenmayer, OF Price, RJ Williams
Journal of environmental management 105, 66-75, 2012
1592012
Forest fire management, climate change, and the risk of catastrophic carbon losses
DMJ Bowman, BP Murphy, MM Boer, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, ...
1502013
Conservation conflicts over burning bush in south-eastern Australia
DA Morrison, RT Buckney, BJ Bewick, GJ Cary
Biological Conservation 76 (2), 167-175, 1996
1481996
Relative importance of fuel management, ignition management and weather for area burned: evidence from five landscape–fire–succession models
GJ Cary, MD Flannigan, RE Keane, RA Bradstock, ID Davies, JM Lenihan, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (2), 147-156, 2009
1422009
Effects of fire frequency on plant species composition of sandstone communities in the Sydney region: Combinations of inter‐fire intervals
GJ CARY, DA MORRISON
Australian Journal of Ecology 20 (3), 418-426, 1995
1331995
A fuel moisture content and flammability monitoring methodology for continental Australia based on optical remote sensing
M Yebra, X Quan, D Riaņo, PR Larraondo, AIJM van Dijk, GJ Cary
Remote Sensing of Environment 212, 260-272, 2018
1242018
Biophysical mechanistic modelling quantifies the effects of plant traits on fire severity: Species, not surface fuel loads, determine flame dimensions in eucalypt forests
P Zylstra, RA Bradstock, M Bedward, TD Penman, MD Doherty, RO Weber, ...
PloS one 11 (8), e0160715, 2016
1182016
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