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Addison, J., and Greiner, R. (2015) Applying the social–ecological systems framework to the evaluation and design of payment for ecosystem service schemes in the Eurasian steppe. Biodiversity and Conservation. (In Press)


Cowley, Robyn A., Hearnden, Mark N., Joyce, Karen E., Tovar-Valencia, Miguel, Cowley, Trisha M., Pettit, Caroline L., and Dyer, Rodd M. (2014) How hot? How often? Getting the fire frequency and timing right for optimal management of woody cover and pasture composition in northern Australian grazed tropical savannas. Kidman Springs Fire Experiment 1993-2013. Rangeland Journal, 36 (4). pp. 323-345.

Calvert, Gregor Alan (2001) The effects of cattle grazing on vegetation diversity and structural characteristics in the semi-arid rangelands of North Queensland. PhD thesis, James Cook University.


English, Nathan B., Dettman, David L., and Williams, David G. (2010) A 26-year stable isotope record of humidity and El Nino-enhanced precipitation in the spines of saguaro cactus, Carnegiea gigantea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 293 (1-2). pp. 108-119.


Furley, Peter A., Rees, Robert M., Ryan, Casey M., and Saiz, Gustavo (2008) Savanna burning and the assessment of long-term fire experiments with particular reference to Zimbabwe. Progress in Physical Geography, 32 (6). pp. 611-634.

Felderhof, Leasie (2007) The fire patchiness paradigm: a case study in northwest Queensland. PhD thesis, James Cook University.


Saiz, G., Wynn, J.G., Wurster, C.M., Goodrick, I., Nelson, P.N., and Bird, M.I. (2015) Pyrogenic carbon from tropical savanna burning: production and stable isotope composition. Biogeosciences, 12. pp. 1849-1863.

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