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Bradstock, Ross A. Professor

Professorial Fellow

  • Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health
  • Centre for Sustainable Ecosystem Solutions
  • School of Biological Sciences

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2008 Spatial scale invariance of southern Australian forest fires mirrors the scaling behaviour of fire-driving weather events
    2008 The relative importance of fine scale fuel mosaics on reducing fire risk in south west Tasmania, Australia.

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Effective Methods for Improving the Bushfire Resilience of Buildings Green, Alan
    Doctor of Philosophy Productivity and Effectiveness of Suppression Resources and Tactics on Large Fires Simpson, Heather
    Master of Philosophy Diversity Relationships Between Standing Vegetation and Soil Seed Banks in Semi-Arid Dune Mallee Vegetation Harris, Mark
    Doctor of Philosophy Empirical analysis of spot-fire and fore brand behaviuor during extreme fire weather conditions. Storey, Michael
    Doctor of Philosophy Downed, dead and decayed – Coarse woody debris creation and loss dynamics in response to fire regimes and climate Stares, Mitchell
    Doctor of Philosophy Resprouting into the future: implications for widespread Eucalyptus species under climate change Bendall, Eli
    Master of Philosophy Avian Responses to Fire Regimes in Elevated Dry Sclerophyll Forest Communities of South-Eastern Australia Franklin, Michael
    Doctor of Philosophy Effects of Tree Size on Forest Structure, Fire Fuel and Carbon Storage Wilson, Nicholas
    Doctor of Philosophy Exploring the tensions between bushfire protection and biodiversity conservation in the nsw planning system Little, Stuart
    Doctor of Philosophy Effects of Fire Regimes on Soil Charcoal Sawyer, Robert

Top Publications


    Year Title
    2008 Spatial scale invariance of southern Australian forest fires mirrors the scaling behaviour of fire-driving weather events
    2008 The relative importance of fine scale fuel mosaics on reducing fire risk in south west Tasmania, Australia.

Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Effective Methods for Improving the Bushfire Resilience of Buildings Green, Alan
    Doctor of Philosophy Productivity and Effectiveness of Suppression Resources and Tactics on Large Fires Simpson, Heather
    Master of Philosophy Diversity Relationships Between Standing Vegetation and Soil Seed Banks in Semi-Arid Dune Mallee Vegetation Harris, Mark
    Doctor of Philosophy Empirical analysis of spot-fire and fore brand behaviuor during extreme fire weather conditions. Storey, Michael
    Doctor of Philosophy Downed, dead and decayed – Coarse woody debris creation and loss dynamics in response to fire regimes and climate Stares, Mitchell
    Doctor of Philosophy Resprouting into the future: implications for widespread Eucalyptus species under climate change Bendall, Eli
    Master of Philosophy Avian Responses to Fire Regimes in Elevated Dry Sclerophyll Forest Communities of South-Eastern Australia Franklin, Michael
    Doctor of Philosophy Effects of Tree Size on Forest Structure, Fire Fuel and Carbon Storage Wilson, Nicholas
    Doctor of Philosophy Exploring the tensions between bushfire protection and biodiversity conservation in the nsw planning system Little, Stuart
    Doctor of Philosophy Effects of Fire Regimes on Soil Charcoal Sawyer, Robert
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