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Andersen, A. et al., 2006. Burning for Biodiversity in the Top End. Australasian Plant Conservation, 14(4), pp.3 - 3. Available at:
PDF icon 2011 Frankliin NT Naturalist_0.pdf (1022.2 KB)
Franklin, D.C., 2009. A butterfly intruder. Nature Territory, November 2009, pp.4-5.
Erskine, P.D., Lamb, D. & Bristow, M., 2005. Can multi-species plantations generate greater productivity?. In Improving Productivity in Mixed-Species Plantations. Improving Productivity in Mixed-Species Plantations. 5-7 August 2005. Ballina, NSW, Australia: In association with the XXII IUFRO World Congress.
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:
Franklin, D.C., Johnson, G.C. & Dostine, P.L., 1997. A capture record of the Northern Shrike-tit. Northern Territory Naturalist, 15, pp.41-42.
PDF icon 1997 Franklin et al NT Naturalist_0.pdf (103.55 KB)
Tracy, C.R. et al., 2006. Carbohydrate absorption in migrating blackcaps, upon arrival and after refeeding, at a stopover in southern Israel. In The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting. The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting. 4-8 January 2006. Orlando, Florida. Available at:
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:
Grover, S.P.P. & Baldock, J.A., 2010. Carbon decomposition processes in a peat from the Australian Alps. European Journal of Soil Science, 61, pp.217-230.
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.
PDF icon Carbon stocks and fluxes associated with land-use and land-cover change in mangrove ecosystems: A systematic review protocol (751.85 KB)
Gibb, K.S. et al., 2003. Carrots with hairy roots are associated with a phytoplasma and a new bacteria-like organism. In 8th International Congress of Plant Pathology (ICPP2003). 8th International Congress of Plant Pathology (ICPP2003). 2-7 February 2003. Christchurch, New Zealand. Available at: