Stephen  Livesley
TitleCited byYear
Planning for cooler cities: A framework to prioritise green infrastructure to mitigate high temperatures in urban landscapes
BA Norton, AM Coutts, SJ Livesley, RJ Harris, AM Hunter, NSG Williams
Landscape and urban planning 134, 127-138, 2015
3592015
Magnitude and biophysical regulators of methane emission and consumption in the Australian agricultural, forest, and submerged landscapes: a review
RC Dalal, DE Allen, SJ Livesley, G Richards
Plant and Soil 309 (1-2), 43-76, 2008
2072008
The urban forest and ecosystem services: impacts on urban water, heat, and pollution cycles at the tree, street, and city scale
SJ Livesley, EG McPherson, C Calfapietra
Journal of environmental quality 45 (1), 119-124, 2016
1832016
Quantifying the thermal performance of green fašades: a critical review
AM Hunter, NSG Williams, JP Rayner, L Aye, D Hes, SJ Livesley
Ecological Engineering 63, 102-113, 2014
1292014
Temperature and human thermal comfort effects of street trees across three contrasting street canyon environments
AM Coutts, EC White, NJ Tapper, J Beringer, SJ Livesley
Theoretical and applied climatology 124 (1-2), 55-68, 2016
1152016
Temperate mangrove and salt marsh sediments are a small methane and nitrous oxide source but important carbon store
SJ Livesley, SM Andrusiak
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 97, 19-27, 2012
952012
Tree canopy shade impacts on solar irradiance received by building walls and their surface temperature
R Berry, SJ Livesley, L Aye
Building and Environment 69, 91-100, 2013
942013
Soil–atmosphere exchange of greenhouse gases in a Eucalyptus marginata woodland, a clover‐grass pasture, and Pinus radiata and Eucalyptus globulus plantations
SJ Livesley, R Kiese, P Miehle, CJ Weston, K Butterbach‐Bahl, SK Arndt
Global Change Biology 15 (2), 425-440, 2009
942009
Rainfall interception and stem flow by eucalypt street trees–The impacts of canopy density and bark type
SJ Livesley, B Baudinette, D Glover
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13 (1), 192-197, 2014
882014
Estimation of leaf area index in eucalypt forest with vertical foliage, using cover and fullframe fisheye photography
C Macfarlane, SK Arndt, SJ Livesley, AC Edgar, DA White, MA Adams, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 242 (2-3), 756-763, 2007
882007
Assessing productivity and carbon sequestration capacity of Eucalyptus globulus plantations using the process model Forest-DNDC: Calibration and validation
P Miehle, SJ Livesley, PM Feikema, C Li, SK Arndt
Ecological Modelling 192 (1-2), 83-94, 2006
842006
The conservation value of urban green space habitats for Australian native bee communities
CG Threlfall, K Walker, NSG Williams, AK Hahs, L Mata, N Stork, ...
Biological Conservation 187, 240-248, 2015
812015
Soil-atmosphere exchange of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide in urban garden systems: impact of irrigation, fertiliser and mulch
SJ Livesley, BJ Dougherty, AJ Smith, D Navaud, LJ Wylie, SK Arndt
Urban ecosystems 13 (3), 273-293, 2010
702010
Quantifying uncertainty from large‐scale model predictions of forest carbon dynamics
P Miehle, SJ Livesley, C Li, PM Feikema, MA Adams, SK Arndt
Global Change Biology 12 (8), 1421-1434, 2006
692006
Seasonal variation and fire effects on CH4, N2O and CO2 exchange in savanna soils of northern Australia
SJ Livesley, S Grover, LB Hutley, H Jamali, K Butterbach-Bahl, B Fest, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151 (11), 1440-1452, 2011
662011
Competition in tree row agroforestry systems. 1. Distribution and dynamics of fine root length and biomass
SJ Livesley, PJ Gregory, RJ Buresh
Plant and Soil 227 (1-2), 149-161, 2000
662000
Fire in Australian savannas: from leaf to landscape
J Beringer, LB Hutley, D Abramson, SK Arndt, P Briggs, M Bristow, ...
Global change biology 21 (1), 62-81, 2015
562015
A comparison of four process-based models and a statistical regression model to predict growth of Eucalyptus globulus plantations
P Miehle, M Battaglia, PJ Sands, DI Forrester, PM Feikema, SJ Livesley, ...
Ecological Modelling 220 (5), 734-746, 2009
562009
Approaches to urban vegetation management and the impacts on urban bird and bat assemblages
CG Threlfall, NSG Williams, AK Hahs, SJ Livesley
Landscape and Urban Planning 153, 28-39, 2016
552016
Increasing biodiversity in urban green spaces through simple vegetation interventions
CG Threlfall, L Mata, JA Mackie, AK Hahs, NE Stork, NSG Williams, ...
Journal of applied ecology 54 (6), 1874-1883, 2017
542017
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