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Michael-Shawn Fletcher
Michael-Shawn Fletcher
Associate Professor, School of Geography, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Biological responses to the press and pulse of climate trends and extreme events
RMB Harris, LJ Beaumont, TR Vance, CR Tozer, TA Remenyi, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (7), 579-587, 2018
2702018
Natural hazards in Australia: extreme bushfire
JJ Sharples, GJ Cary, P Fox-Hughes, S Mooney, JP Evans, MS Fletcher, ...
Climatic Change 139 (1), 85-99, 2016
1712016
Have the Southern Westerlies changed in a zonally symmetric manner over the last 14,000 years? A hemisphere-wide take on a controversial problem
MS Fletcher, PI Moreno
Quaternary International 253, 32-46, 2012
1582012
Climatic records over the past 30 ka from temperate Australia–a synthesis from the Oz-INTIMATE workgroup
L Petherick, H Bostock, TJ Cohen, K Fitzsimmons, J Tibby, MS Fletcher, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 74, 58-77, 2013
1252013
Climate variability over the last 35,000 years recorded in marine and terrestrial archives in the Australian region: an OZ-INTIMATE compilation members include
OZIM Jessica M. Reeves, Timothy T. Barrows, Timothy J. Cohen, Anthony S ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 74, 21-34, 2013
1252013
Zonally symmetric changes in the strength and position of the Southern Westerlies drove atmospheric CO2 variations over the past 14 ky
MS Fletcher, PI Moreno
Geology 39 (5), 419-422, 2011
992011
The origin and temporal development of an ancient cultural landscape
MS Fletcher, I Thomas
Journal of Biogeography 37 (11), 2183-2196, 2010
852010
A fire‐driven shift from forest to non‐forest: evidence for alternative stable states?
MS Fletcher, SW Wood, SG Haberle
Ecology 95 (9), 2504-2513, 2014
732014
ENSO controls interannual fire activity in southeast Australia
M Mariani, MS Fletcher, A Holz, P Nyman
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (20), 10,891-10,900, 2016
702016
The legacy of mid‐Holocene fire on a Tasmanian montane landscape
MS Fletcher, BB Wolfe, C Whitlock, DP Pompeani, H Heijnis, SG Haberle, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (3), 476-488, 2014
642014
Modern pollen–vegetation relationships in western Tasmania, Australia
MS Fletcher, I Thomas
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 146 (1-4), 146-168, 2007
592007
Climate change amplifications of climate‐fire teleconnections in the Southern Hemisphere
M Mariani, A Holz, TT Veblen, G Williamson, MS Fletcher, DMJS Bowman
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (10), 5071-5081, 2018
542018
Holocene vegetation and climate change from near Lake Pedder, south‐west Tasmania, Australia
MS Fletcher, I Thomas
Journal of biogeography 34 (4), 665-677, 2007
532007
A quantitative Late Quaternary temperature reconstruction from western Tasmania, Australia
MS Fletcher, I Thomas
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (17-18), 2351-2361, 2010
502010
The Southern Annular Mode determines interannual and centennial‐scale fire activity in temperate southwest Tasmania, Australia
M Mariani, MS Fletcher
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (4), 1702-1709, 2016
482016
A Holocene record of sea level, vegetation, people and fire from western Tasmania, Australia
MS Fletcher, I Thomas
The Holocene 20 (3), 351-361, 2010
412010
Vegetation, climate and fire regime changes in the Andean region of southern Chile (38 S) covaried with centennial-scale climate anomalies in the tropical Pacific over the last …
MS Fletcher, PI Moreno
Quaternary Science Reviews 46, 46-56, 2012
402012
Indigenous knowledge and the shackles of wilderness
MS Fletcher, R Hamilton, W Dressler, L Palmer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (40), e2022218118, 2021
392021
Southern Westerly Winds submit to the ENSO regime: A multiproxy paleohydrology record from Lake Dobson, Tasmania
ABH Rees, LC Cwynar, MS Fletcher
Quaternary Science Reviews 126, 254-263, 2015
372015
Changes in biomass burning mark the onset of an ENSO-influenced climate regime at 42 S in southwest Tasmania, Australia
MS Fletcher, A Benson, H Heijnis, PS Gadd, LC Cwynar, ABH Rees
Quaternary Science Reviews 122, 222-232, 2015
372015
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