Jane Cawson
Jane Cawson
Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Effects of fire severity and burn patchiness on hillslope-scale surface runoff, erosion and hydrologic connectivity in a prescribed burn
JG Cawson, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 219-233, 2013
Surface runoff and erosion after prescribed burning and the effect of different fire regimes in forests and shrublands: a review
JG Cawson, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
International Journal of Wildland Fire 21 (7), 857-872, 2012
How soil temperatures during prescribed burning affect soil water repellency, infiltration and erosion
JG Cawson, P Nyman, HG Smith, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Geoderma 278, 12-22, 2016
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
Is aridity a high-order control on the hydro–geomorphic response of burned landscapes?
GJ Sheridan, P Nyman, C Langhans, J Cawson, PJ Noske, A Oono, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (3), 262-267, 2016
Wildfire in wet sclerophyll forests: the interplay between disturbances and fuel dynamics
J Cawson, T Duff, M Swan, T Penman
Ecosphere 9 (5), 2018
Scale-dependency of effective hydraulic conductivity on fire-affected hillslopes
C Langhans, PNJ Lane, P Nyman, PJ Noske, JG Cawson, A Oono, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (7), 5041-5055, 2016
Fire planning for multispecies conservation: integrating growth stage and fire severity
M Swan, H Sitters, J Cawson, T Duff, Y Wibisono, A York
Forest Ecology and Management 415, 85-97, 2018
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
Conditional performance evaluation: using wildfire observations for systematic fire simulator development
TJ Duff, JG Cawson, B Cirulis, P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, KG Tolhurst
Forests 9 (4), 189, 2018
Desktop review: Impact of bushfires on water quality
H Smith, J Cawson, G Sheridan, P Lane
Melbourne: Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science-Melbourne School of …, 2011
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
Forest fuel bed ignitability under marginal fire weather conditions in Eucalyptus forests
JG Cawson, TJ Duff
International journal of wildland fire 28 (3), 198-204, 2019
Dryness thresholds for fire occurrence vary by forest type along an aridity gradient: evidence from Southern Australia
TJ Duff, JG Cawson, S Harris
Landscape Ecology 33 (8), 1369-1383, 2018
Shifting states, altered fates: divergent fuel moisture responses after high frequency wildfire in an obligate seeder eucalypt forest
J Burton, J Cawson, P Noske, G Sheridan
Forests 10 (5), 436, 2019
Determining burnability: Predicting completion rates and coverage of prescribed burns for fuel management
TJ Duff, JG Cawson, TD Penman
Forest ecology and management 433, 431-440, 2019
Types of ash resultant from burning different vegetation and from varied combustion processes
MB Bodí, G Sheridan, P Noske, J Cawson, V Balfour
Messmate stringybark: bark ignitability and burning sustainability in relation to fragment dimensions, hazard score and time since fire
TE Penman, JG Cawson, S Murphy, TJ Duff
International Journal of Wildland Fire 26 (10), 866-876, 2017
Effects of prescribed burning on surface runoff and erosion
JG Cawson
Exploring the key drivers of forest flammability in wet eucalypt forests using expert-derived conceptual models
JG Cawson, V Hemming, A Ackland, W Anderson, D Bowman, ...
Landscape Ecology 35 (8), 1775-1798, 2020
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