Kerry Bridle
Kerry Bridle
Honourary Research Associate, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Perception of climate change and its impact by smallholders in pastoral/agropastoral systems of Borana, South Ethiopia
N Debela, C Mohammed, K Bridle, R Corkrey, D McNeil
SpringerPlus 4 (1), 236, 2015
1052015
People, sheep and nature conservation: the Tasmanian experience
J Kirkpatrick, K Bridle
CSIRO PUBLISHING, 2007
472007
The positive and negative conservation impacts of sheep grazing and other disturbances on the vascular plant species and vegetation of lowland subhumid Tasmania
JB Kirkpatrick, L Gilfedder, K Bridle, A Zacharek
Ecological Management & Restoration 6 (1), 51-60, 2005
442005
Impacts of nutrient additions and digging for human waste disposal in natural environments, Tasmania, Australia
KL Bridle, JB Kirkpatrick
Journal of Environmental Management 69 (3), 299-306, 2003
422003
Comparative effects of stock and wild vertebrate herbivore grazing on treeless subalpine vegetation, Eastern Central Plateau, Tasmania
JB Kirkpatrick, KL Bridle
Australian Journal of Botany 47 (6), 817-834, 1999
391999
Environment and floristics of ten Australian alpine vegetation formations
JB Kirkpatrick, KL Bridle
Australian Journal of Botany 47 (1), 1-21, 1999
351999
Environmental relationships of floristic variation in the alpine vegetation of southeast Australia
JB Kirkpatrick, KL Bridle
Journal of Vegetation Science 9 (2), 251-260, 1998
341998
Relationships between site characteristics, farming system and biodiversity on Australian mixed farms
K Bridle, M Fitzgerald, D Green, J Smith, P McQuillan, T Lefroy
Animal Production Science 49 (10), 869-882, 2009
322009
Recovery in alpine heath and grassland following burning and grazing, Eastern Central Plateau, Tasmania, Australia
KL Bridle, JB Kirkpatrick, P Cullen, RR Shepherd
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 33 (3), 348-356, 2001
322001
Impacts of grazing by vertebrate herbivores on the flower stem production of tall alpine herbs, Eastern Central Plateau, Tasmania
KL Bridle, JB Kirkpatrick
Australian Journal of Botany 49 (4), 459-470, 2001
292001
Patterns of variation in Australian alpine soils and their relationships to parent material, vegetation formation, climate and topography
JB Kirkpatrick, K Green, KL Bridle, SE Venn
Catena 121, 186-194, 2014
272014
An analysis of the breakdown of paper products (toilet paper, tissues and tampons) in natural environments, Tasmania, Australia
KL Bridle, JB Kirkpatrick
Journal of environmental management 74 (1), 21-30, 2005
272005
Decades-scale vegetation change in burned and unburned alpine coniferous heath
JB Kirkpatrick, KL Bridle, KJM Dickinson
Australian Journal of Botany 58 (6), 453-462, 2010
222010
Natural and cultural histories of fire differ between Tasmanian and mainland Australian alpine vegetation
JB Kirkpatrick, KL Bridle
Australian Journal of Botany 61 (6), 465-474, 2013
212013
Peatland hydrology, fire management and Holocene fire regimes in southwest Tasmanian blanket bogs
K Bridle, P Cullen, MJ Russell
212003
Succession after fire in alpine vegetation on Mount Wellington, Tasmania
JB Kirkpatrick, KL Bridle, AS Wild
Australian Journal of Botany 50 (1), 145-154, 2002
212002
Local environmental correlates of variability in the organic soils of moorland and alpine vegetation, Mt Sprent, Tasmania
KL Bridle, JB Kirkpatrick
Australian Journal of Ecology 22 (2), 196-205, 1997
201997
Does interdisciplinarity exist behind the fašade of traditional disciplines? A study of natural resource management teaching
E Pharo, K Bridle
Journal of Geography in Higher Education 36 (1), 65-80, 2012
182012
Explaining a sharp transition from sedgeland to alpine vegetation on Mount Sprent, southwest Tasmania
JB Kirkpatrick, M Nunez, K Bridle, MA Chladil
Journal of Vegetation Science, 763-768, 1996
181996
Developing indicators for the sustainable management of visitor use of protected areas in Australia
J Tonge, S Moore, M Hockings, G Worboys, K Bridle
CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2005
172005
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