Thomas James Duff
Thomas James Duff
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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
Operational wildfire suppression modelling: a review evaluating development, state of the art and future directions
TJ Duff, KG Tolhurst
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (6), 735-748, 2015
Fuel moisture in Mountain Ash forests with contrasting fire histories
JG Cawson, TJ Duff, KG Tolhurst, CC Baillie, TD Penman
Forest Ecology and Management 400, 568-577, 2017
Sub-canopy forest winds: understanding wind profiles for fire behaviour simulation
K Moon, TJ Duff, KG Tolhurst
Fire safety journal 105, 320-329, 2019
Fire, landscape change and models of small mammal habitat suitability at multiple spatial scales
J Di Stefano, L Owen, R Morris, TOM Duff, A York
Austral Ecology 36 (6), 638-649, 2011
Wildfire in wet sclerophyll forests: the interplay between disturbances and fuel dynamics
JG Cawson, TJ Duff, MH Swan, TD Penman
Ecosphere 9 (5), e02211, 2018
Revisiting wildland fire fuel quantification methods: the challenge of understanding a dynamic, biotic entity
TJ Duff, RE Keane, TD Penman, KG Tolhurst
Forests 8 (9), 351, 2017
Quantifying spatio-temporal differences between fire shapes: Estimating fire travel paths for the improvement of dynamic spread models
TJ Duff, DM Chong, KG Tolhurst
Environmental modelling & software 46, 33-43, 2013
Climatic and edaphic gradients predict variation in wildland fuel hazard in south‐eastern Australia
SC McColl‐Gausden, LT Bennett, TJ Duff, JG Cawson, TD Penman
Ecography 43 (3), 443-455, 2020
Changes in soil moisture drive soil methane uptake along a fire regeneration chronosequence in a eucalypt forest landscape
B Fest, T Wardlaw, SJ Livesley, TJ Duff, SK Arndt
Global change biology 21 (11), 4250-4264, 2015
Predicting continuous variation in forest fuel load using biophysical models: a case study in south-eastern Australia
TJ Duff, TL Bell, A York
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (3), 318-332, 2012
Using discrete event simulation cellular automata models to determine multi-mode travel times and routes of terrestrial suppression resources to wildland fires
TJ Duff, DM Chong, KG Tolhurst
European Journal of Operational Research 241 (3), 763-770, 2015
Eco-hydrological controls on microclimate and surface fuel evaporation in complex terrain
P Nyman, CC Baillie, TJ Duff, GJ Sheridan
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 252, 49-61, 2018
Hillslope-scale prediction of terrain and forest canopy effects on temperature and near-surface soil moisture deficit
SF Walsh, P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, CC Baillie, KG Tolhurst, TJ Duff
International Journal of Wildland Fire 26 (3), 191-208, 2017
Recognising fuzzy vegetation pattern: the spatial prediction of floristically defined fuzzy communities using species distribution modelling methods
TJ Duff, TL Bell, A York
Journal of vegetation science 25 (2), 323-337, 2014
Managing multiple species or communities? Considering variation in plant species abundances in response to fire interval, frequency and time since fire in a heathy Eucalyptus …
TJ Duff, TL Bell, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 289, 393-403, 2013
Improving fire behaviour data obtained from wildfires
AI Filkov, TJ Duff, TD Penman
Forests 9 (2), 81, 2018
Plant traits linked to field-scale flammability metrics in prescribed burns in Eucalyptus forest
BJ Tumino, TJ Duff, JQD Goodger, JG Cawson
PloS one 14 (8), e0221403, 2019
Procrustes based metrics for spatial validation and calibration of two-dimensional perimeter spread models: A case study considering fire
TJ Duff, DM Chong, P Taylor, KG Tolhurst
Agricultural and forest meteorology 160, 110-117, 2012
PHOENIX RapidFire 4.0's convective plume model
D Chong, K Tolhurst, T Duff
Bushfire CRC, 2012
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