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Amelie Jeanneau
Amelie Jeanneau
Post-doctoral Researcher, The University of Adelaide
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Soil erosion modelling: A global review and statistical analysis
P Borrelli, C Alewell, P Alvarez, JAA Anache, J Baartman, C Ballabio, ...
Science of the total environment 780, 146494, 2021
3792021
Soil erosion modelling: A bibliometric analysis
N Bezak, M Mikoš, P Borrelli, C Alewell, P Alvarez, JAA Anache, ...
Environmental research 197, 111087, 2021
1062021
Mapping the spatio-temporal variability of hillslope erosion with the G2 model and GIS: A case-study of the South Australian agricultural zone
A Jeanneau, T Herrmann, B Ostendorf
Geoderma 402, 115350, 2021
142021
Relative spatial differences in sediment transport in fire-affected agricultural landscapes: A field study
AC Jeanneau, B Ostendorf, T Herrmann
Aeolian research 39, 13-22, 2019
82019
Efficiently Estimating Patterns in Wildfire Burn Probability
D Radford, H Maier, H van Delden, A Zecchin, A Jeanneau
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU-4619, 2023
2023
Development and use of an integrated modelling approach to simulate dynamic risk profiles and support risk reduction strategies
H van Delden, R Vanhout, A Jeanneau, D Radford, HR Maier, AC Zecchin
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU-13897, 2023
2023
Assessing the spatio-temporal variability of erosion with a novel wind erosion model and GIS: A case-study of the South Australian agricultural zone
A Jeanneau, T Herrmann, B Ostendorf
2022
MAPPING HOW OUTPUTS FROM VARIOUS BUSHFIRE AND NATURAL HAZARDS CRC PROJECTS COULD BE COMBINED TO ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF HOW TO BEST MANAGE FUEL TO REDUCE BUSHFIRE RISK INTO THE FUTURE
A Jeanneau, A Zecchin, H van Delden, T McNaught, H Maier
2022
INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE AND FUEL MANAGEMENT ON BUSHFIRE RISK IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
A Jeanneau, A Zecchin, H van Delden, T McNaught, H Maier
2021
GUIDANCE FRAMEWORK FOR THE SELECTION OF DIFFERENT FUEL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
A Jeanneau, A Zecchin, H van Delden, T McNaught, H Maier
2021
IDENTIFYING OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE USE OF DIFFERENT FUEL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA
A Jeanneau, A Zecchin, H van Delden, T McNaught, H Maier
2021
MODSIM 2019-Book of Abstracts
A Jeanneau
The University of Adelaide, 2021
2021
SSA conference-Book of Abstracts
A Jeanneau
The University of Adelaide, 2021
2021
Soil erosion modelling as a tool for future land management and conservation planning
A Jeanneau
2020
Soil erosion modelling case-study in agricultural landscapes of South Australia
A Jeanneau
The University of Adelaide, 2018
2018
Assessing wind erosion after bushfires
A Jeanneau
The University of Adelaide, 2018
2018
An efficient, multi-scale neighbourhood index to quantify wildfire likelihood
D Radford, H Maier, H van Delden, A Zecchin, A Jeanneau
International Journal of Wildland Fire, 0
The Fuel Management Suitability Tool: A Novel Approach to Integrating Stakeholder Priorities in Wildfire Management
A Jeanneau, H van Delden, HR Maier, D Radford, A Zecchin, R Vanhout, ...
Available at SSRN 4778174, 0
Estimating Fuel Load for Wildfire Risk Assessment Using Earth Observation Data: A Case Study in Southwestern Australia
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Available at SSRN 4730510, 0
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