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A. N. Andersen, Penman, T. D., Debas, N., and Houadria, M., Ant community responses to experimental fire and logging in a eucalypt forest of south-eastern Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 258, no. 2, pp. 188 - 197, 2009.
A. N. Andersen, Parr, C. L., and McKaige, B. J., Burning for biodiversity in the Top End, Australasian Plant Conservation, p. 3-May, 2006.
C. L. Parr, Sinclair, B. J., Andersen, A. N., Gaston, K. J., and Chown, S. L., Constraint and Competition in Assemblages: A Cross‐Continental and Modeling Approach for Ants, The American Naturalist, vol. 165, no. 4, pp. 481 - 494, 2005.
A. N. Andersen, Parr, C. L., Lowe, L. M., and Müller, W. J., Contrasting fire-related resilience of ecologically dominant ants in tropical savannas of northern Australia, Diversity and Distributions, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 438 - 446, 2007.
K. Scott, Setterfield, S. A., Andersen, A. N., and Douglas, M. M., Correlates of grass-species composition in a savanna woodland in northern Australia, Australian Journal of Botany, vol. 57, no. 1, p. 10, 2009.
E. Nicholson, Lill, A., and Andersen, A. N., Do tropical savanna skink assemblages show a short-term response to low intensity fire?, Wildlife Research, pp. 331-338, 2006.
A. N. Andersen, Cook, G. D., Corbett, L., Douglas, M. M., Eager, R. W., Russell-Smith, J., Setterfield, S. A., Williams, R. J., and Woinarski, J. C. Z., Fire frequency and biodiversity conservation in Australian tropical savannas: implications from the Kapalga fire experiment., Austral Ecology , pp. 155-167, 2005.
C. L. Parr and Andersen, A. N., Fire resilience of ant assemblages in long-unburnt savanna of northern Australia, Austral Ecology, vol. 33, no. 7, pp. 830 - 838, 2008.
K. Scott, Setterfield, S. A., Douglas, M. M., and Andersen, A. N., Fire tolerance of perennial grass tussocks in a savanna woodland, Austral Ecology, vol. 35, no. 8, pp. 858 - 861, 2010.
S. McGregor, Lawson, V., Christophersen, P., Kennett, R., Boyden, J., Bayliss, P., Liedloff, A., McKaige, B. J., and Andersen, A. N., Indigenous Wetland Burning: Conserving Natural and Cultural Resources in Australia’s World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, Human Ecology, vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 721 - 729, 2010.
A. N. Andersen, Hertog, T., and Woinarski, J. C. Z., Long-term fire exclusion and ant community structure in an Australian tropical savanna: congruence with vegetation succession., Journal of Biogeography, pp. 823-832, 2006.
C. L. Parr and Andersen, A. N., Patch Mosaic Burning for Biodiversity Conservation: a Critique of the Pyrodiversity Paradigm, Conservation Biology, vol. 20, no. 6, pp. 1610 - 1619, 2006.
T. D. Penman, Christie, F. J., Andersen, A. N., Bradstock, R. A., Cary, G. J., Henderson, M. K., Price, O. F., Tran, C., Wardle, G. M., Williams, R. J., and York, A., Prescribed burning: how can it work to conserve the things we value?, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 20, no. 6, p. 721, 2011.
A. N. Andersen, van Ingen, L. T., and Campos, R. I., A rain forest ant fauna in the tropical savanna landscape of northern Australia., Australian Journal of Zoology, 2007.
C. L. Parr, Andersen, A. N., Chastagnol, C., and Duffaud, C., Savanna fires increase rate of myrmecochory and dispersal distance by ants., Oecologia, pp. 33-41, 2006.
C. L. Parr, Andersen, A. N., Chastagnol, C., and Duffaud, C., Savanna fires increase rates and distances of seed dispersal by ants, Oecologia, vol. 151, no. 1, pp. 33 - 41, 2007.
K. Scott, Setterfield, S. A., Douglas, M. M., and Andersen, A. N., Soil seed banks confer resilience to savanna grass-layer plants during seasonal disturbance, Acta Oecologica, 2010.
R. Wittkuhn, McCaw, L. W., Wills, A. J., Robinson, R., Andersen, A. N., Van Heurck, P., Farr, J., Liddelow, G., and Cranfield, R., Variation in fire interval sequences has minimal effects on species richness and composition in fire-prone landscapes of south-west Western Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 261, no. 5, pp. 965-978, 2011.