Petter Nyman
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Wildfire effects on water quality in forest catchments: A review with implications for water supply
HG Smith, GJ Sheridan, PNJ Lane, P Nyman, S Haydon
Journal of Hydrology 396 (1-2), 170-192, 2011
Evidence of debris flow occurrence after wildfire in upland catchments of south-east Australia
P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
Geomorphology 125 (3), 383-401, 2011
Synergistic effects of water repellency and macropore flow on the hydraulic conductivity of a burned forest soil, south‐east Australia
P Nyman, G Sheridan, PNJ Lane
Hydrological Processes 24 (20), 2871-2887, 2010
Relations between soil hydraulic properties and burn severity
JA Moody, BA Ebel, P Nyman, DA Martin, C Stoof, R McKinley
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (3), 279-293, 2015
ENSO controls interannual fire activity in southeast Australia
M Mariani, MS Fletcher, A Holz, P Nyman
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (20), 10,891-10,900, 2016
Predicting sediment delivery from debris flows after wildfire
P Nyman, HG Smith, CB Sherwin, C Langhans, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Geomorphology 250, 173-186, 2015
How soil temperatures during prescribed burning affect soil water repellency, infiltration and erosion
JG Cawson, P Nyman, HG Smith, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Geoderma 278, 12-22, 2016
Modelling the effects of surface storage, macropore flow and water repellency on infiltration after wildfire
P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
Journal of Hydrology 513, 301-313, 2014
Scientists' warning on extreme wildfire risks to water supply
FN Robinne, DW Hallema, KD Bladon, MD Flannigan, G Boisramé, ...
Hydrological Processes 35 (5), e14086, 2021
Quantifying the effects of topographic aspect on water content and temperature in fine surface fuel
P Nyman, D Metzen, PJ Noske, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (8), 1129-1142, 2015
Quantifying sources of fine sediment supplied to post-fire debris flows using fallout radionuclide tracers
HG Smith, GJ Sheridan, P Nyman, DP Child, PNJ Lane, MAC Hotchkis, ...
Geomorphology 139, 403-415, 2012
Sediment availability on burned hillslopes
P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, JA Moody, HG Smith, PJ Noske, PNJ Lane
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (4), 2451-2467, 2013
A model for assessing water quality risk in catchments prone to wildfire
C Langhans, HG Smith, DMO Chong, P Nyman, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Journal of Hydrology 534, 407-426, 2016
Downscaling regional climate data to calculate the radiative index of dryness in complex terrain
P Nyman, CB Sherwin, C Langhans, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal 64 (2), 109-122, 2014
Effects of aridity in controlling the magnitude of runoff and erosion after wildfire
PJ Noske, P Nyman, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4338-4357, 2016
Eco-hydrological controls on microclimate and surface fuel evaporation in complex terrain
P Nyman, CC Baillie, TJ Duff, GJ Sheridan
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 252, 49-61, 2018
Hydro-geomorphic response models for burned areas and their applications in land management
P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, PNJ Lane
Progress in Physical Geography 37 (6), 787-812, 2013
Exploring the key drivers of forest flammability in wet eucalypt forests using expert-derived conceptual models
JG Cawson, V Hemming, A Ackland, W Anderson, D Bowman, ...
Landscape Ecology 35, 1775-1798, 2020
Post-fire hillslope debris flows: Evidence of a distinct erosion process
C Langhans, P Nyman, PJ Noske, RE Van der Sant, PNJ Lane, ...
Geomorphology 295, 55-75, 2017
Debris‐flow‐dominated sediment transport through a channel network after wildfire
P Nyman, WAC Box, JC Stout, GJ Sheridan, SD Keesstra, PNJ Lane, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 45 (5), 1155-1167, 2020
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