External Presentations

No detectable impacts of frequent burning on foliar C and N or insect herbivory in an Australian eucalypt forest
York A, Christie F

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.

The effects of fire on invertebrate biodiversity and ecosystem processes
Brennan, K.

Fuel for thought: do litter dwelling invertebrates regulate fine fuel loads in frequently burnt eucalypt forests?”
Brennan, K., Christie, F. & York, A.

The effects of frequent burning on nutrient cycling and insect herbivory:
implications for forest health

Christie, F.

Fire management in a heating world: Potential issues and actions for commercial forest areas
Penman, T

Effect of forest management practices on understorey community composition in dry sclerophyll forests in south-eastern Australia
Penman, T., Binns, D, & Kavanagh, R.

Altered fire regimes: How resilient are invertebrates to change and what are the implications for biodiversity and the maintenance of ecosystem function?
York, A.

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)
York, A.

Forests, Fire and Ecological Processes - More than just good in theory
York A, Bell T, Christie F, Brennan K

The effects of fire on nitrogen loss from long unburnt fuels from a Eucalyptus pilularis forest
Aerts V