Lindsay Hutley

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2013
Beringer, J., Livesley, S. J., Randle, J. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. Carbon dioxide fluxes dominate the greenhouse gas exchanges of a seasonal wetland in the wet–dry tropics of northern Australia. Agricultural and Forest MeteorologyAgricultural and Forest Meteorology in press, (2013).
Laurance, W. F. et al. Corrigendum to “The ten Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points” [Biol. Conserv. 144 (2011) 1472–1480]. Biological Conservation 159, 552 (2013).
Bird, M. I. et al. Humans, megafauna and environmental change in tropical Australia. Journal of Quaternary Science n/a - n/a (2013). doi:10.1002/jqs.2639
Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. et al. Impacts of an extreme cyclone event on landscape-scale savanna fire, productivity and greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental Research Letters 8, 045023 (2013).
Jamali, H., Livesley, S. J., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Fest, B. & Arndt, S. K. The relationships between termite mound CH4/CO2 emissions and internal concentration ratios are species specific. Biogeosciences 10, 2229 - 2240 (2013).
Kanniah, K. D., Beringer, J. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. Response of savanna gross primary productivity to interannual variability in rainfall: Results of a remote sensing based light use efficiency model. Progress in Physical Geography (2013). doi:10.1177/0309133313490006
Edwards, A. C., Maier, S. W., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Williams, R. J. & Russell-Smith, J. Spectral analysis of fire severity in north Australian tropical savannas. Remote Sensing of Environment 136, 56 - 65 (2013).
Bristow, M. et al. Using TERN infrastructure to answer land management questions: capturing near real time greenhouse gas exchange using flux towers. 2013 TERN Symposium (TERN (Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network), 2013). at <http://www.slideshare.net/TERNCOMMS/mila-bristowwhat-is-the-impact-of-land-use-change-on-greenhouse-gas-exchange-in-tropical-savannas-17296604>
2012
Kilinc, M., Beringer, J., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Haverd, V. & Tapper, N. An analysis of the surface energy budget above the world's tallest angiosperm forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 166-167, 23 - 31 (2012).
Williams, R. J. et al. Flammable Australia: fire regimes, biodiversity and ecosystems in a changing world (Bradstock, R. A., Gill, A. M. & Williams, R. J.) (CSIRO Publishing, 2012).
Grover, S. P. P. et al. Land use change and the impact on greenhouse gas exchange in north Australian savanna soils. Biogeosciences 9, 423 - 437 (2012).
Bradstock, R. A. et al. Modelling the potential for prescribed burning to mitigate carbon emissions from wildfires in fire-prone forests of Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire 21, (2012).
Jamali, H., Livesley, S. J., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Fest, B. & Arndt, S. K. The relationship between termite mound CH4/CO2 emissions and internal concentration ratios are species specific. Biogeosciences Discussions 9, 17313 - 17345 (2012).
Ryu, Y. et al. On the temporal upscaling of evapotranspiration from instantaneous remote sensing measurements to 8-day mean daily-sums. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 152, 212 - 222 (2012).
Ryu, Y. et al. On the temporal upscaling of evapotranspiration from instantaneous remote sensing measurements to 8-day mean daily-sums. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 152, 212 - 222 (2012).
Van Niel, T. G. et al. Upscaling latent heat flux for thermal remote sensing studies: Comparison of alternative approaches and correction of bias. Journal of Hydrology 468-469, 35 - 46 (2012).
2011
Laurance, W. F. et al. The 10 Australian ecosystems most vulnerable to tipping points. Biological Conservation 144, 1472-1480 (2011).
Beyer, S., Kinnear, A., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., McGuinness, K. A. & Gibb, K. S. Assessing the relationship between fire and grazing on soil characteristics and mite communities in a semi-arid savanna of northern Australia. Pedobiologia 54, 195 - 200 (2011).
Reynolds, S. J., Reynolds, S. J., Christian, K. A., Tracey, C. R. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. Changes in body fluids of the cocooning fossorial frog Cyclorana australis in a seasonally dry environment. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 160, 348-354 (2011).
Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. & Beringer, J. Ecosystem Function In Savannas Measurement and Modelling at Landscape to Global Scales (Hill, M. J. & Hanan, N. P.) 57-75 (CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, 2011).
Jamali, H. et al. Diurnal and seasonal variations in CH4 flux from termite mounds in tropical savannas of the Northern Territory, Australia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151, 1471-1479 (2011).
Sea, W. B. et al. Documenting improvement in leaf area index estimates from MODIS using hemispherical photos for Australian savannas. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151, 1453-1461 (2011).
Kanniah, K. D., Beringer, J. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. Environmental controls on the spatial variability of savanna productivity in the Northern Territory, Australia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151, 1429-1439 (2011).
Beringer, J., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Hacker, J. M., Neininger, B. & U, K. Tha Paw. Patterns and processes of carbon, water and energy cycles across northern Australian landscapes: From point to region. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151, 1409-1416 (2011).
Cernusak, L. A. et al. Photosynthetic physiology of eucalypts along a sub-continental rainfall gradient in northern Australia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151, 1462-1470 (2011).
Livesley, S. J. et al. Seasonal variation and fire effects on CH4, N2O and CO2 exchange in savanna soils of northern Australia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151, 1440-1452 (2011).
Cernusak, L. A. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. Stable Isotopes Reveal the Contribution of Corticular Photosynthesis to Growth in Branches of Eucalyptus miniata. Plant Physiology 155, 515-523 (2011).
Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Beringer, J., Isaac, P. R., Hacker, J. M. & Cernusak, L. A. A sub-continental scale living laboratory: Spatial patterns of savanna vegetation over a rainfall gradient in northern Australia. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151, 1417-1428 (2011).
Jamali, H. et al. Termite mound emissions of CH4 and CO2 are primarily determined by seasonal changes in termite biomass and behaviour. Oecologia 167, 525-534 (2011).
2010
Yi, C. X. et al. Climate control of terrestrial carbon exchange across biomes and continents. Environmental Research Letters 5, (2010).
Kanniah, K. D., Beringer, J. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. The comparative role of key environmental factors in determining savanna productivity and carbon fluxes: A review, with special reference to northern Australia. Progress in Physical Geography 34, 459-490 (2010).
Cook, G. D. et al. Managing Sources and Sinks of Greenhouse Gases in Australia's Rangelands and Tropical Savannas. Rangeland Ecology & Management 63, 137-146 (2010).
Orchard, K. A., Cernusak, L. A. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. Photosynthesis and water-use efficiency of seedlings from northern Australian monsoon forest, savanna and swamp habitats grown in a common garden. Functional Plant Biology 37, 1050-1060 (2010).
Setterfield, S. A., Rossiter, N. A., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Douglas, M. M. & Williams, R. J. Turning up the heat: the impacts of Andropogon gayanus (gamba grass) invasion on fire behaviour in northern Australian savannas. Diversity and Distributions 16, 854-861. (2010).
Zhang, Y. Q. et al. Using long-term water balances to parameterize surface conductances and calculate evaporation at 0.05 degrees spatial resolution. Water Resources Research 46, (2010).
2007
Martin, D., Beringer, J., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. & McHugh, I. Carbon cycling in a mountain ash forest: Analysis of below ground respiration. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 147, 58 - 70 (2007).
Gorman, J. T., Williams, R. J., Russell-Smith, J., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. & Cook, G. D. Investing in Indigenous Natural Resource Management (Luckert, M. K., Campbell, B. M., Gorman, J. T. & Garnett, S. T.) 22 - 30 (CDU Press, 2007). at <http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:2699>
Kelley, G., O'Grady, A. P., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. & Eamus, D. A comparison of tree water use in two contiguous vegetation communities of the seasonally dry tropics of northern Australia: the importance of site water budget to tree hydraulics. Australian Journal of Botany 55, 700 - 708 (2007).
Wendt, C. K., Beringer, J., Tapper, N. J. & Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. Local boundary-layer development over burnt and unburnt tropical savanna: an observational study. Boundary-Layer Meteorology: an international journal of physical and biological processes in the atmospheric boundary layer 124, 291 - 304 (2007).
Beringer, J., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B., Tapper, N. J. & Cernusak, L. A. Savanna fires and their impact on net ecosystem productivity in North Australia. Global Change Biology 13, 990 - 1004 (2007).
Schymanski, S. J., Roderick, M. L., Sivapalan, M., Assoc Prof Hutley, L. B. & Beringer, J. A test of the optimality approach to modelling canopy properties and CO2 uptake by natural vegetation. Plant, Cell and Environment 30, 1586 - 1598 (2007).

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