|OCO-2 advances photosynthesis observation from space via solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence|
Y Sun, C Frankenberg, JD Wood, DS Schimel, M Jung, L Guanter, ...
Science 358 (6360), 2017
|An introduction to the Australian and New Zealand flux tower network-OzFlux|
J Beringer, LB Hutley, I McHugh, SK Arndt, D Campbell, HA Cleugh, ...
|A test of the ‘one‐point method’for estimating maximum carboxylation capacity from field‐measured, light‐saturated photosynthesis|
MG De Kauwe, YS Lin, IJ Wright, BE Medlyn, KY Crous, DS Ellsworth, ...
New Phytologist 210 (3), 1130-1144, 2016
|Towards a universal model for carbon dioxide uptake by plants|
H Wang, IC Prentice, TF Keenan, TW Davis, IJ Wright, WK Cornwell, ...
Nature Plants 3 (9), 734-741, 2017
|Effect of environmental conditions on the relationship between solar‐induced fluorescence and gross primary productivity at an OzFlux grassland site|
M Verma, D Schimel, B Evans, C Frankenberg, J Beringer, DT Drewry, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (3), 716-733, 2017
|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
|A spatially explicit land surface phenology data product for science, monitoring and natural resources management applications|
M Broich, A Huete, M Paget, X Ma, M Tulbure, NR Coupe, B Evans, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 64, 191-204, 2015
|Reviews and syntheses: Australian vegetation phenology: new insights from satellite remote sensing and digital repeat photography|
CE Moore, T Brown, TF Keenan, RA Duursma, A Van Dijk, J Beringer, ...
Copernicus GmbH, 2016
|Sensitivity of WRF to driving data and physics options on a seasonal time-scale for the southwest of Western Australia|
J Kala, J Andrys, TJ Lyons, IJ Foster, BJ Evans
Climate dynamics 44 (3-4), 633-659, 2015
|Leaf nitrogen from first principles: field evidence for adaptive variation with climate|
N Dong, I Colin Prentice, B Evans, S Caddy-Retalic, A Lowe, I Wright
Copernicus Publications, 2017
|Impacts of an extreme cyclone event on landscape-scale savanna fire, productivity and greenhouse gas emissions|
LB Hutley, BJ Evans, J Beringer, GD Cook, SW Maier, E Razon
Environmental Research Letters 8 (4), 045023, 2013
|Simple process-led algorithms for simulating habitats (SPLASH v. 1.0): robust indices of radiation, evapotranspiration and plant-available moisture|
T Davis, IC Prentice, B Stocker, R Thomas, R Whitley, H Wang, B Evans, ...
|Carbon uptake and water use in woodlands and forests in southern Australia during an extreme heat wave event in the" Angry Summer" of 2012/2013|
E Van Gorsel, S Wolf, J Cleverly, P Isaac, V Haverd, C Ewenz, SK Arndt, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (21), 5947-5964, 2016
|Challenges and opportunities in land surface modelling of savanna ecosystems|
R Whitley, J Beringer, LB Hutley, G Abramowitz, MG De Kauwe, B Evans, ...
|Bioclimatic extremes drive forest mortality in southwest, Western Australia|
BJ Evans, T Lyons
Climate 1 (2), 28-52, 2013
|Linking a decade of forest decline in the south-west of Western Australia to bioclimatic change|
B Evans, C Stone, P Barber
Australian Forestry 76 (3-4), 164-172, 2013
|A model inter-comparison study to examine limiting factors in modelling Australian tropical savannas|
R Whitley, J Beringer, LB Hutley, G Abramowitz, MGD Kauwe, R Duursma, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (11), 3245-3265, 2016
|The contribution of trees and grasses to productivity of an Australian tropical savanna|
CE Moore, J Beringer, B Evans, LB Hutley, I McHugh, NJ Tapper
Biogeosciences 13 (8), 2387, 2016
|Tree-grass phenology information improves light use efficiency modelling of gross primary productivity for an Australian tropical savanna.|
CE Moore, J Beringer, B Evans, LB Hutley, NJ Tapper
Biogeosciences 14 (1), 2017
|Dieback classification modelling using high-resolution digital multispectral imagery and in situ assessments of crown condition|
B Evans, TJ Lyons, PA Barber, C Stone, G Hardy
Remote sensing letters 3 (6), 541-550, 2012