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Ifer Core: Understanding And Predicting Victoria’S Forest Carbon And Water Cycles
Ifer Water Supp_Using Below Canopy Unmanned Aerial Vehicles For Surveying Hazardous Forest..
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Shifting States, Altered Fates: Divergent Fuel Moisture Responses after High Frequency Wildfire in an Obligate Seeder Eucalypt Forest
Jamie Burton, Jane Cawson, Philip Noske, Gary Sheridan
Journal article | 2019 | Forests
High frequency wildfires can shift the structure and composition of obligate seeder forests and initiate replacement with alternat..
Measurement of topographic controls on the moisture content of surface fuels in south east Australian forests
Petter Nyman, Craig Baillie, William Bovill, Patrick Lane, Kevin Tolhurst, Tom Duff, Gary Sheridan
Conference Proceedings | 2015 | 21ST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON MODELLING AND SIMULATION (MODSIM2015)
Carbon loads, forms and sequestration potential within ash deposits produced by wildfire: new insights from the 2009 'Black Saturday' fires, Australia
Cristina Santin, Stefan H Doerr, Richard A Shakesby, Rob Bryant, Gary J Sheridan, Patrick NJ Lane, Hugh G Smith, Tina L Bell
Journal article | 2012 | European Journal of Forest Research
Impacts of wildfire and salvage harvesting on water quality and nutrient exports from radiata pine and eucalypt forest catchments in south-eastern Australia
Hugh G Smith, Peter Hopmans, Gary J Sheridan, Patrick NJ Lane, Philip J Noske, Leon J Bren
Journal article | 2012 | Forest Ecology and Management
A framework for modelling suspended sediment flux following wildfire in forested water supply catchments, south-eastern Australia
HG Smith, GJ Sheridan, P Nyman, PNJ Lane, S Haydon
Conference Proceedings | 2009 | 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation
Runoff Generation from Water Repellent Soils with High Spatial and Temporal Variability in Infiltration Capacity
GJ Sheridan, PNJ Lane, PJ Noske, CB Sherwin, P Nyman
Conference Proceedings | 2007 | MODSIM07 - Land, Water and Environmental Management: Integrated Systems for Sustainability, Proceedings
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Principal Research Fellow (Landscape Water)
Ecosystem And Forest Sciences
Graduate Diploma of Engineering
University of Melbourne
Doctor of Philosophy
The University of Queensland