Lindsay B. Hutley
Lindsay B. Hutley
Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University
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Testing the grass‐fire cycle: alien grass invasion in the tropical savannas of northern Australia
NA Rossiter, SA Setterfield, MM Douglas, LB Hutley
Diversity and distributions 9 (3), 169-176, 2003
Savanna vegetation-fire-climate relationships differ among continents
CER Lehmann, TM Anderson, M Sankaran, SI Higgins, S Archibald, ...
Science 343 (6170), 548-552, 2014
Transpiration increases during the dry season: patterns of tree water use in eucalypt open-forests of northern Australia
AP O'Grady, D Eamus, LB Hutley
Tree physiology 19 (9), 591-597, 1999
Scaling of potential evapotranspiration with MODIS data reproduces flux observations and catchment water balance observations across Australia
JP Guerschman, AIJM Van Dijk, G Mattersdorf, J Beringer, LB Hutley, ...
Journal of Hydrology 369 (1-2), 107-119, 2009
Optimal stomatal behaviour around the world
YS Lin, BE Medlyn, RA Duursma, IC Prentice, H Wang, S Baig, D Eamus, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (5), 459-464, 2015
Savanna fires and their impact on net ecosystem productivity in North Australia
J Beringer, LB Hutley, NJ Tapper, LA Cernusak
Global Change Biology 13 (5), 990-1004, 2007
Carbon balance of a tropical savanna of northern Australia
X Chen, LB Hutley, D Eamus
Oecologia 137 (3), 405-416, 2003
Evapotranspiration from Eucalypt open‐forest savanna of Northern Australia
LB Hutley, AP O'grady, D Eamus
Functional Ecology 14 (2), 183-194, 2000
The 10 Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points
WF Laurance, B Dell, SM Turton, MJ Lawes, LB Hutley, H McCallum, ...
Biological Conservation 144 (5), 1472-1480, 2011
Water balance of an Australian subtropical rainforest at altitude: the ecological and physiological significance of intercepted cloud and fog
LB Hutley, D Doley, DJ Yates, A Boonsaner
Australian Journal of Botany 45 (2), 311-329, 1997
BIODIVERSITY RESEARCH: Turning up the heat: the impacts of Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) invasion on fire behaviour in northern Australian savannas
SA Setterfield, NA Rossiter‐Rachor, LB Hutley, MM Douglas, RJ Williams
Diversity and distributions 16 (5), 854-861, 2010
Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents
C Yi, D Ricciuto, R Li, J Wolbeck, X Xu, M Nilsson, L Aires, JD Albertson, ...
Environmental Research Letters 5 (3), 034007, 2010
Daily and seasonal patterns of carbon and water fluxes above a north Australian savanna
D Eamus, LB Hutley, AP O'Grady
Tree Physiology 21 (12-13), 977-988, 2001
Fire impacts on surface heat, moisture and carbon fluxes from a tropical savanna in northern Australia
J Beringer, LB Hutley, NJ Tapper, A Coutts, A Kerley, AP O'Grady
International Journal of Wildland Fire 12 (4), 333-340, 2003
Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics in savanna vegetation phenology across the North Australian Tropical Transect
X Ma, A Huete, Q Yu, NR Coupe, K Davies, M Broich, P Ratana, ...
Remote sensing of Environment 139, 97-115, 2013
Control of atmospheric particles on diffuse radiation and terrestrial plant productivity: A review
KD Kanniah, J Beringer, P North, L Hutley
Progress in Physical Geography 36 (2), 209-237, 2012
Dry season conditions determine wet season water use in the wet–tropical savannas of northern Australia
D Eamus, AP O'Grady, L Hutley
Tree physiology 20 (18), 1219-1226, 2000
Flammable Australia: fire regimes, biodiversity and ecosystems in a changing world
RJ Williams, AM Gill, RA Bradstock
CSIRO publishing, 2012
Invasive Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) is an ecosystem transformer of nitrogen relations in Australian savanna
NA Rossiter-Rachor, SA Setterfield, MM Douglas, LB Hutley, GD Cook, ...
Ecological Applications 19 (6), 1546-1560, 2009
Composition, leaf area index and standing biomass of eucalypt open forests near Darwin in the Northern Territory, Australia
AP O'Grady, X Chen, D Eamus, LB Hutley
Australian Journal of Botany 48 (5), 629-638, 2000
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