SM Turton
SM Turton
Adjunct Professor of Environmental Geography, CQUniversity
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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
Edge and aspect effects on the microclimate of a small tropical forest remnant on the Atherton Tableland, Northeastern Australia
Tropical forest remnants. Ecology, management, and conservation of …, 1997
Edge effects of linear canopy openings on tropical rain forest understory microclimate
CL Pohlman, SM Turton, M Goosem
Biotropica 39 (1), 62-71, 2007
Managing environmental impacts of recreation and tourism in rainforests of the wet tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area
SM Turton
Geographical research 43 (2), 140-151, 2005
Developing an approach for tourism climate change assessment: Evidence from four contrasting Australian case studies
S Turton, T Dickson, W Hadwen, B Jorgensen, T Pham, D Simmons, ...
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 18 (3), 429-447, 2010
Combined effects of climate change and sea-level rise project dramatic habitat loss of the globally endangered Bengal tiger in the Bangladesh Sundarbans
SA Mukul, M Alamgir, MSI Sohel, PL Pert, J Herbohn, SM Turton, ...
Science of the total environment 663, 830-840, 2019
Temporal variation in microclimatic edge effects near powerlines, highways and streams in Australian tropical rainforest
CL Pohlman, SM Turton, M Goosem
agricultural and forest meteorology 149 (1), 84-95, 2009
Landscape‐scale impacts of Cyclone Larry on the forests of northeast Australia, including comparisons with previous cyclones impacting the region between 1858 and 2006
SM Turton
Austral Ecology 33 (4), 409-416, 2008
Modelling spatial distribution of critically endangered Asian elephant and Hoolock gibbon in Bangladesh forest ecosystems under a changing climate
M Alamgir, SA Mukul, SM Turton
Applied Geography 60, 10-19, 2015
Mosaics of canopy openness induced by tropical cyclones in lowland rain forests with contrasting management histories in northeastern Australia
SJ Grove, SM Turton, DT Siegenthaler
Journal of Tropical Ecology 16 (6), 883-894, 2000
The relationship between total irradiation and sunshine duration in the humid tropics
SM Turton
Solar energy 38 (5), 353-354, 1987
Understorey light environments in a north-east Australian rain forest before and after a tropical cyclone
SM Turton
Journal of Tropical Ecology 8 (3), 241-252, 1992
Living in a dynamic tropical forest landscape
N Stork, SM Turton
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
Trampling resistance of tropical rainforest soils and vegetation in the wet tropics of north east Australia
LM Talbot, SM Turton, AW Graham
Journal of Environmental Management 69 (1), 63-69, 2003
Securing landscape resilience to tropical cyclones in Australia's Wet Tropics under a changing climate: Lessons from Cyclones Larry (and Yasi)
SM Turton
Geographical Research 50 (1), 15-30, 2012
Immediate impacts of a severe tropical cyclone on the microclimate of a rain-forest canopy in north-east Australia
SM Turton, DT Siegenthaler
Journal of Tropical Ecology 20 (5), 583-586, 2004
Efforts to restore habitat connectivity for an upland tropical rainforest fauna: a trial of underpasses below roads
M Goosem, Y Izumi, S Turton
Ecological Management & Restoration 2 (3), 196-202, 2001
Assessing regulating and provisioning ecosystem services in a contrasting tropical forest landscape
M Alamgir, SM Turton, CJ Macgregor, PL Pert
Ecological Indicators 64, 319-334, 2016
Ecosystem services capacity across heterogeneous forest types: understanding the interactions and suggesting pathways for sustaining multiple ecosystem services
M Alamgir, SM Turton, CJ Macgregor, PL Pert
Science of the Total Environment 566, 584-595, 2016
Light environments and floristic composition across an open forest‐rainforest boundary in northeastern Queensland
SM Turton, GA Duff
Australian Journal of Ecology 17 (4), 415-423, 1992
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