|Refuges for fauna in fire‐prone landscapes: their ecological function and importance|
NM Robinson, SWJ Leonard, EG Ritchie, M Bassett, EK Chia, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 50 (6), 1321-1329, 2013
|Variation in the effects of vertebrate grazing on fire potential between grassland structural types|
S Leonard, J Kirkpatrick, J Marsden‐Smedley
Journal of Applied Ecology 47 (4), 876-883, 2010
|Determinants of the occurrence of unburnt forest patches: potential biotic refuges within a large, intense wildfire in south-eastern Australia|
SWJ Leonard, AF Bennett, MF Clarke
Forest Ecology and Management 314, 85-93, 2014
|Refuges for birds in fire-prone landscapes: the influence of fire severity and fire history on the distribution of forest birds|
NM Robinson, SWJ Leonard, AF Bennett, MF Clarke
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 110-121, 2014
|The effects of topographic variation and the fire regime on coarse woody debris: insights from a large wildfire|
M Bassett, EK Chia, SWJ Leonard, DG Nimmo, GJ Holland, EG Ritchie, ...
Forest ecology and management 340, 126-134, 2015
|Effects of grazing management and environmental factors on native grassland and grassy woodland, Northern Midlands, Tasmania|
SWJ Leonard, JB Kirkpatrick
Australian Journal of Botany 52 (4), 529-542, 2004
|Influence of grazing and vegetation type on post‐fire flammability|
JB Kirkpatrick, JB Marsden‐Smedley, SWJ Leonard
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (3), 642-649, 2011
|Interactions between the superb lyrebird (Menura novaehollandiae) and fire in south-eastern Australia|
DT Nugent, SWJ Leonard, MF Clarke
Wildlife Research 41 (3), 203-211, 2014
|Predicting sustained fire spread in Tasmanian native grasslands|
Environmental Management 44 (3), 430, 2009
|Fire severity and fire‐induced landscape heterogeneity affect arboreal mammals in fire‐prone forests|
EK Chia, M Bassett, DG Nimmo, SWJ Leonard, EG Ritchie, MF Clarke, ...
Ecosphere 6 (10), 1-14, 2015
|Effects of the fire regime on mammal occurrence after wildfire: site effects vs landscape context in fire-prone forests|
EK Chia, M Bassett, SWJ Leonard, GJ Holland, EG Ritchie, MF Clarke, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 363, 130-139, 2016
|Fire incidence, but not fire size, affects macropod densities|
JK Styger, JB Kirkpatrick, JON Marsden‐Smedley, SWJ Leonard
Austral Ecology 36 (6), 679-686, 2011
|Do multiple fires interact to affect vegetation structure in temperate eucalypt forests?|
A Haslem, SWJ Leonard, MJ Bruce, F Christie, GJ Holland, LT Kelly, ...
Ecological Applications 26 (8), 2414-2423, 2016
|Net effects of soil disturbance and herbivory on vegetation by a re-established digging mammal assemblage in arid zone Australia|
SJ Verdon, H Gibb, SWJ Leonard
Journal of Arid Environments 133, 29-36, 2016
|Animal movements in fire‐prone landscapes|
DG Nimmo, S Avitabile, SC Banks, R Bliege Bird, K Callister, MF Clarke, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (3), 981-998, 2019
|Camera traps and pitfalls: an evaluation of two methods for surveying reptiles in a semiarid ecosystem|
E Richardson, DG Nimmo, S Avitabile, L Tworkowski, SJ Watson, ...
Wildlife Research 44 (8), 637-647, 2018
|Interacting effects of fire severity, time since fire and topography on vegetation structure after wildfire|
M Bassett, SWJ Leonard, EK Chia, MF Clarke, AF Bennett.
Forest Ecology and Management 396, 26-34, 2017
|Less fuel for the fire: malleefowl (Leipoa ocellata) nesting activity affects fuel loads and fire behaviour|
A Smith, S Avitabile, SWJ Leonard
Wildlife Research 43, 640-648, 2017
|Fire regimes and environmental gradients shape vertebrate and plant distributions in temperate eucalypt forests|
LT Kelly, A Haslem, GJ Holland, SWJ Leonard, J MacHunter, M Bassett, ...
Ecosphere 8 (4), e01781, 2017
|Influence of grazing and vegetation type on post-fire floristic and lifeform composition in Tasmania, Australia|
JB Kirkpatrick, JB Marsden-Smedley, MB Di Folco, SWJ Leonard
Plant ecology 217 (1), 57-69, 2016