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2016
PDF icon Carbon stocks and fluxes associated with land-use and land-cover change in mangrove ecosystems: A systematic review protocol (751.85 KB)
Sasmito, S.D. et al., 2016. Sources and accumulation rates of belowground carbon stored in West Papuan mangroves, Indonesia. In Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network Conference. Australian Mangrove and Saltmarsh Network Conference. 05/2016. Darwin, Australia: AMSN.
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2013
Beringer, J. et al., 2013. Carbon dioxide fluxes dominate the greenhouse gas exchanges of a seasonal wetland in the wet–dry tropics of northern Australia. Agricultural and Forest MeteorologyAgricultural and Forest Meteorology, in press.
Bristow, M. et al., 2013. CO2 fluxes in converting a tropical savanna to a managed ecosystem. In EGU General Assembly 2013. EGU General Assembly 2013. 04/13. Vienna: European Geophysical Union.
Bird, M. et al., 2013. Humans, megafauna and environmental change in tropical Australia. Journal of Quaternary Science, p.n/a - n/a.
Segura, J.R. et al., 2013. Is there enough water in waste-rock substrates to restore a functional tropical savanna to mined lands in northern Australia?. 5th World Conference on Ecological Restoration, Madison, Wisconsin, USA (October 6-11, 2013).
2012
Kilinc, M. et al., 2012. An analysis of the surface energy budget above the world's tallest angiosperm forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 166-167, pp.23 - 31.
Williams, R.J. et al., 2012. Fire regimes and carbon in Australian vegetation. In R. A. Bradstock, Gill, A. M., & Williams, R. J., eds. Flammable Australia: fire regimes, biodiversity and ecosystems in a changing world. Flammable Australia: fire regimes, biodiversity and ecosystems in a changing world. Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing.

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