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Book Chapter
Hutley, L.B. & Beringer, J., 2011. Disturbance and Climatic Drivers of Carbon Dynamics of a North Australian Tropical Savanna. In M. J. Hill & Hanan, N. P., eds. Ecosystem Function In Savannas Measurement and Modelling at Landscape to Global Scales. Ecosystem Function In Savannas Measurement and Modelling at Landscape to Global Scales. CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 57-75.
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.
Conference Paper
Wendt, C.K. et al., 2004. Impact of savanna fire scars on heat and moisture fluxes to the atmosphere and feedbacks to the local boundary layer. In 26th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 26th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 08/2004. Vancouver, CanadaAmerican Metereological Society website: American Metereological Society. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1652.
Beringer, J., Tapper, N.J. & Hutley, L.B., 2002. Impact of savanna fires on the heat, moisture and CO2 budgets and possible feedbacks to regional climate. In Climatology Commission of the International Geographical Union. Climatology Commission of the International Geographical Union. 08/2002. Richards Bay, South Africa. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:6749.
Tapper, N.J. et al., 2002. Impacts of savanna fire scars on heat and moisture input to the atmosphere: some preliminary results from the Savanna Fire Experiment (SaFE). In 9th National Conference of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. 9th National Conference of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. 02/2002. Melbourne. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:6746.
Kanniah, K.D. et al., 2006. Responses of a tropical savannas carbon exchange to smoke aerosols in Northern Australia. In International Geographical Union Regional Conference: Regional Responses to Global Change. International Geographical Union Regional Conference: Regional Responses to Global Change. 3-7 July 2006. Brisbane. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:6751.
Beringer, J., Hutley, L.B. & Tapper, N.J., 2004. Savanna fires and their impact on net ecosystem productivity. In 26th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 26th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 08/2004. Vancouver, CanadaAmerican Metereological Society website: American Metereological Society. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:1653.
Journal Article
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.
Schymanski, S.J. et al., 2008. A canopy-scale test of the optimal water-use hypothesis. Plant, Cell and Environment, 31(1), pp.97 - 111. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2813.
Martin, D. et al., 2007. Carbon cycling in a mountain ash forest: Analysis of below ground respiration. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 147(1-2), pp.58 - 70. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2814.
Whitley, R. et al., 2017. Challenges and opportunities in modelling savanna ecosystems. Biogeosciences Discussions, pp.1 - 44.
Beringer, J. et al., 2015. Fire in Australian savannas: from leaf to landscape. Global Change BiologyGlob Change Biol, 21(1), pp.62 - 81. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/gcb.12686.
Wendt, C.K. et al., 2007. Local boundary-layer development over burnt and unburnt tropical savanna: an observational study. Boundary-Layer Meteorology: an international journal of physical and biological processes in the atmospheric boundary layer, 124(2), pp.291 - 304. Available at: http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:5123.

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