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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Australia's biodiversity-responses to fire: plants, birds and invertebrates
AM Gill, A York, JCZ Woinarski
Department of Environment and Heritage, 1999
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
Effects of fire on pollinators and pollination
J Brown, A York, F Christie, M McCarthy
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (1), 313-322, 2017
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
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
Habitat selection by the swamp wallaby (Wallabia bicolor) in relation to diel period, food and shelter
J Di Stefano, A York, M Swan, A Greenfield, G Coulson
Austral Ecology 34 (2), 143-155, 2009
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