Trent Penman
Trent Penman
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TitleCited byYear
Prescribed burning: how can it work to conserve the things we value?
TD Penman, FJ Christie, AN Andersen, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (6), 721-733, 2011
1432011
Patchiness of prescribed burns in dry sclerophyll eucalypt forests in south-eastern Australia
TD Penman, RP Kavanagh, DL Binns, DR Melick
Forest Ecology and Management 252 (1-3), 24-32, 2007
872007
Ecological processes in urban landscapes: mechanisms influencing the distribution and activity of insectivorous bats
C Threlfall, B Law, T Penman, PB Banks
Ecography 34 (5), 814-826, 2011
792011
Towards sustainable land management in the drylands: scientific connections in monitoring and assessing dryland degradation, climate change and biodiversity
AL Cowie, TD Penman, L Gorissen, MD Winslow, J Lehmann, TD Tyrrell, ...
Land Degradation & Development 22 (2), 248-260, 2011
742011
Towards sustainable land management in the drylands: scientific connections in monitoring and assessing dryland degradation, climate change and biodiversity
AL Cowie, TD Penman, L Gorissen, MD Winslow, J Lehmann, TD Tyrrell, ...
Land Degradation & Development 22 (2), 248-260, 2011
742011
Brave new green world–consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity
CJA Bradshaw, DMJS Bowman, NR Bond, BP Murphy, AD Moore, ...
Biological Conservation 161, 71-90, 2013
662013
Predicting the impact of climate change on Australia’s most endangered snake, Hoplocephalus bungaroides
TD Penman, DA Pike, JK Webb, R Shine
Diversity and Distributions 16 (1), 109-118, 2010
642010
Detecting extinction risk from climate change by IUCN Red List criteria
DA Keith, M Mahony, H Hines, J Elith, TJ Regan, JB Baumgartner, ...
Conservation Biology 28 (3), 810-819, 2014
632014
Modelling the determinants of ignition in the Sydney Basin, Australia: implications for future management
TD Penman, RA Bradstock, O Price
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (4), 469-478, 2013
612013
Divergent responses of fire to recent warming and drying across south‐eastern Australia
R Bradstock, T Penman, M Boer, O Price, H Clarke
Global change biology 20 (5), 1412-1428, 2014
532014
Changes in understorey plant species richness following logging and prescribed burning in shrubby dry sclerophyll forests of south‐eastern Australia
TD Penman, DL Binns, RJ Shiels, RM Allen, RP Kavanagh
Austral Ecology 33 (2), 197-210, 2008
522008
Soil temperatures during autumn prescribed burning: implications for the germination of fire responsive species?
TD Penman, AL Towerton
International Journal of Wildland Fire 17 (5), 572-578, 2008
462008
Detecting pest and prey responses to fox control across the landscape using remote cameras
AL Towerton, TD Penman, RP Kavanagh, CR Dickman
Wildlife Research 38 (3), 208-220, 2011
442011
Defining adequate means of residents to prepare property for protection from wildfire
TD Penman, C Eriksen, R Blanchi, M Chladil, AM Gill, K Haynes, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 6, 67-77, 2013
432013
Ant community responses to experimental fire and logging in a eucalypt forest of south-eastern Australia
AN Andersen, TD Penman, N Debas, M Houadria
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (2), 188-197, 2009
422009
A proposal for accounting for biodiversity in life cycle assessment
TD Penman, BS Law, F Ximenes
Biodiversity and Conservation 19 (11), 3245-3254, 2010
352010
Examining the relative effects of fire weather, suppression and fuel treatment on fire behaviour–A simulation study
TD Penman, L Collins, OF Price, RA Bradstock, S Metcalf, DMO Chong
Journal of environmental management 131, 325-333, 2013
342013
Climate and recent fire history affect fuel loads in Eucalyptus forests: Implications for fire management in a changing climate
TD Penman, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (10), 1791-1797, 2010
342010
Biogeographical variation in the potential effectiveness of prescribed fire in south‐eastern Australia
OF Price, TD Penman, RA Bradstock, MM Boer, H Clarke
Journal of Biogeography 42 (11), 2234-2245, 2015
332015
Determining an optimal model for processing lidar data at the plot level: results for a Pinus radiata plantation in New South Wales, Australia
C Stone, TD Penman, R Turner
332011
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