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Exploring the Future of Fuel Loads in Tasmania, Australia: Shifts in Vegetation in Response to Changing Fire Weather, Productivity, and Fire Frequency (2018), Forests, 9(4) p. 210Full Paper

Simulating the effectiveness of prescribed burning at altering wildfire behaviour in Tasmania, Australia (2018), International Journal of Wildland Fire, 27(1) pp. 15-28. Full Paper

Climate – vegetation – fire interactions and feedbacks: major barrier or trivial detail in projecting the future of the Earth system? (2016), Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change , 7 pp. 910-931Full Paper

Changes to the drivers of fire weather with a warming climate – a case study of southeast Tasmania (2014), Climactic Change, 124(1-2) pp. 255-269Full Paper

Future fire danger climatology for Tasmania, Australia, using a dynamically downscaled regional climate model (2014), International Journal of WIldland Fire, 23(3) pp. 309-321Full Paper

Climate-induced variations in global wildfire danger from 1979 to 2013 (2015), Nature communications, 6 p.7537Full Paper

Estimated global mortality attributable to smoke from landscape fires (2012), Environmental health perspectives, 120(5) p. 695Full Paper

The human dimension of fire regimes on Earth (2011), Journal of Biogeography, 27(1) pp. 15-28.Full Paper

Fire in the Earth system (2009), Science, 324(5926) pp. 481-484Full Paper

Fire ecology and Aboriginal land management in central Arnhem Land, northern Australia: a tradition of ecosystem management (2001), Journal of Biogeography, 28(3) pp. 325-343Full Paper

The impact of Aboriginal landscape burning on the Australian biota (1998), The New Phytologist, 140(3) pp. 385-410. Full Paper