Alan York
Alan York
Professor of Fire Ecology, University of Melbourne
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Fire management for biodiversity conservation: key research questions and our capacity to answer them
DA Driscoll, DB Lindenmayer, AF Bennett, M Bode, RA Bradstock, ...
Biological conservation 143 (9), 1928-1939, 2010
Prescribed burning: how can it work to conserve the things we value?
TD Penman, FJ Christie, AN Andersen, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (6), 721-733, 2011
Spatial fidelity of plant, vertebrate, and invertebrate assemblages in multiple‐use forest in eastern Australia
I Oliver, AJ Beattie, A York
Conservation Biology 12 (4), 822-835, 1998
Long‐term effects of frequent low‐intensity burning on ant communities in coastal blackbutt forests of southeastern Australia
A York
Austral Ecology 25 (1), 83-98, 2000
Long-term effects of frequent low-intensity burning on the abundance of litter-dwelling invertebrates in coastal blackbutt forests of southeastern Australia
A York
Journal of Insect Conservation 3 (3), 191-199, 1999
Interactions between climate change, fire regimes and biodiversity in Australia: a preliminary assessment
RJ Williams, RA Bradstock, GJ Cary, NJ Enright, AM Gill, AC Leidloff, ...
Department of Climate Change and Department of the Environment, Water …, 2009
Frequent fuel‐reduction burning: the role of logs and associated leaf litter in the conservation of ant biodiversity
N Andrew, L Rodgerson, A York
Austral Ecology 25 (1), 99-107, 2000
Resolving conflicts in fire management using decision theory: asset‐protection versus biodiversity conservation
DA Driscoll, DB Lindenmayer, AF Bennett, M Bode, RA Bradstock, ...
Conservation Letters 3 (4), 215-223, 2010
The long-term effects of fire on forest ant communities: management implications for the conservation of biodiversity
A York
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum. Brisbane 36 (1), 231-239, 1994
Fungi and fire in Australian ecosystems: a review of current knowledge, management implications and future directions
SJM McMullan-Fisher, TW May, RM Robinson, TL Bell, T Lebel, ...
Australian Journal of Botany 59 (1), 70-90, 2011
Long-term effects of repeated prescribed burning on forest invertebrates: management implications for the conservation of biodiversity
A York
Department of Environment and Heritage, 1999
Global climate change and litter decomposition: more frequent fire slows decomposition and increases the functional importance of invertebrates
KEC Brennan, FJ Christie, A York
Global Change Biology 15 (12), 2958-2971, 2009
Identifying performance indicators of the effects of forest management on ground-active arthropod biodiversity using hierarchical partitioning and partial canonical …
I Oliver, R Mac Nally, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 139 (1-3), 21-40, 2000
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
Effects of fire on pollinators and pollination
J Brown, A York, F Christie, M McCarthy
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (1), 313-322, 2017
Predicting faunal fire responses in heterogeneous landscapes: the role of habitat structure
M Swan, F Christie, H Sitters, A York, J Di Stefano
Ecological Applications 25 (8), 2293-2305, 2015
Avian responses to the diversity and configuration of fire age classes and vegetation types across a rainfall gradient
H Sitters, FJ Christie, J Di Stefano, M Swan, T Penman, PC Collins, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 318, 13-20, 2014
Australia's biodiversity-responses to fire: plants, birds and invertebrates
AM Gill, A York, JCZ Woinarski
Department of Environment and Heritage, 1999
Planned fires and invertebrate conservation in south east Australia
TR New, AL Yen, DPA Sands, P Greenslade, PJ Neville, A York, ...
Journal of Insect Conservation 14 (5), 567-574, 2010
Climate and recent fire history affect fuel loads in Eucalyptus forests: Implications for fire management in a changing climate
TD Penman, A York
Forest ecology and management 260 (10), 1791-1797, 2010
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