Thomas James Duff
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Defining vegetation age class distributions for multispecies conservation in fire-prone landscapes
J Di Stefano, MA McCarthy, A York, TJ Duff, J Slingo, F Christie
Biological Conservation 166, 111-117, 2013
Operational wildfire suppression modelling: a review evaluating development, state of the art and future directions
TJ Duff, KG Tolhurst
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (6), 735-748, 2015
Fire, landscape change and models of small mammal habitat suitability at multiple spatial scales
J Di Stefano, L Owen, R Morris, TOM Duff, A York
Austral Ecology 36 (6), 638-649, 2011
Quantifying spatio-temporal differences between fire shapes: Estimating fire travel paths for the improvement of dynamic spread models
TJ Duff, DM Chong, KG Tolhurst
Environmental modelling & software 46, 33-43, 2013
Fuel moisture in Mountain Ash forests with contrasting fire histories
JG Cawson, TJ Duff, KG Tolhurst, CC Baillie, TD Penman
Forest Ecology and Management 400, 568-577, 2017
Sub-canopy forest winds: understanding wind profiles for fire behaviour simulation
K Moon, TJ Duff, KG Tolhurst
Fire safety journal 105, 320-329, 2019
Using discrete event simulation cellular automata models to determine multi-mode travel times and routes of terrestrial suppression resources to wildland fires
TJ Duff, DM Chong, KG Tolhurst
European Journal of Operational Research 241 (3), 763-770, 2015
Changes in soil moisture drive soil methane uptake along a fire regeneration chronosequence in a eucalypt forest landscape
B Fest, T Wardlaw, SJ Livesley, TJ Duff, SK Arndt
Global change biology 21 (11), 4250-4264, 2015
Revisiting wildland fire fuel quantification methods: the challenge of understanding a dynamic, biotic entity
TJ Duff, RE Keane, TD Penman, KG Tolhurst
Forests 8 (9), 351, 2017
Recognising fuzzy vegetation pattern: the spatial prediction of floristically defined fuzzy communities using species distribution modelling methods
TJ Duff, TL Bell, A York
Journal of vegetation science 25 (2), 323-337, 2014
Predicting continuous variation in forest fuel load using biophysical models: a case study in south-eastern Australia
TJ Duff, TL Bell, A York
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (3), 318-332, 2013
Hillslope-scale prediction of terrain and forest canopy effects on temperature and near-surface soil moisture deficit
SF Walsh, P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, CC Baillie, KG Tolhurst, TJ Duff
International Journal of Wildland Fire 26 (3), 191-208, 2017
Managing multiple species or communities? Considering variation in plant species abundances in response to fire interval, frequency and time since fire in a heathy Eucalyptus …
TJ Duff, TL Bell, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 289, 393-403, 2013
Wildfire in wet sclerophyll forests: the interplay between disturbances and fuel dynamics
JG Cawson, TJ Duff, MH Swan, TD Penman
Ecosphere 9 (5), e02211, 2018
Wildland–urban interface (WUI) fire modelling using PHOENIX Rapidfire: A case study in Cavaillon, France
L Pugnet, D Chong, T Duff, K Tolhurst
Proceedings of the 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation …, 2013
Procrustes based metrics for spatial validation and calibration of two-dimensional perimeter spread models: A case study considering fire
TJ Duff, DM Chong, P Taylor, KG Tolhurst
Agricultural and forest meteorology 160, 110-117, 2012
PHOENIX RapidFire 4.0 convection and ember dispersal model
D Chong, K Tolhurst, T Duff
Bushfire CRC: Melbourne, Vic., Australia) Available at http://www …, 2012
Patterns of plant abundances in natural systems: is there value in modelling both species abundance and distribution?
TJ Duff, TL Bell, A York
Australian Journal of Botany 59 (8), 719-733, 2012
Improving fire behaviour data obtained from wildfires
AI Filkov, TJ Duff, TD Penman
Forests 9 (2), 81, 2018
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
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