Publications

Books / Special issues

Russell-Smith J, Pedersen H, James G, Sangha K (Eds) (2018) Sustainable Land Sector Development in Northern Australia: Indigenous rights, aspirations, and cultural responsibilities. CRC Press, Boca Raton USA.

Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (Eds) (2015) Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. CSIRO Publications, Melbourne

Walsh D, Russell-Smith J, Cowley R (2014) Fire and carbon management in a diversified rangelands economy The Rangelands Journal, Volume 36.

Russell-Smith J, Thornton R (2013) Perspectives on prescribed burning. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: e3–e3. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/1540-9295-11.s1.e3

Russell-Smith, J. and C. P. Yates (2007). “Australian Savanna Fire Regimes: Context, Scales, Patchiness.” Fire Ecology (Special Issue) 3(1): 48-63.

Russell-Smith, J., P. Whitehead and P. Cooke (2009). Managing Fire Regimes in North Australian Savannas – Ecology, Culture, Economy. Rekindling the Wurrk Tradition. Canberra, Australia, CSIRO Publishing.

Book chapters

Archer R, Russell-Smith J, Kerins S, Costanza R, Edwards A, Sangha K (2018) Change and continuity: the North Australia cultural landscape. In: 2Way Country: transition to a resilient North Australia land sector economy. Russell-Smith J, Pedersen H, James G, Sangha K (Eds). Magabala Press, Broome.

Russell-Smith J, Sangha KK, Costanza R, Kubiszewski I, Edwards A (2018) Towards a sustainable diversified land sector economy for North Australia. In: 2Way Country: transition to a resilient North Australia land sector economy. Russell-Smith J, Pedersen H, James G, Sangha K (Eds). Magabala Press, Broome.

Welch JR, LeCompte JK, Butz RL, Steward AM, Russell-Smith J (2018 [in press]) Anthropogenic Fire History, Ecology, and Management in Fire-Prone Landscapes: An Intercontinental Review. In Cynthia T. Fowler and James R. Welch, editors. Fire Otherwise: Ethnobiology of Burning for a Changing World. Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press.

Edwards AC, Russell-Smith J, Maier SW (2015) Measuring and mapping fire in the tropical savannas. In: Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds), pp. 169-184. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Fisher, R. and A. C. Edwards (2015). Chapter 3. Fire extent mapping: procedures, validation and website application. Carbon Accounting and Savanna Fire Management. B. Murphy, A. Edwards, C. P. Meyer and J. Russell-Smith. Melbourne, CSIRO Publishing.

Lynch D, Cuff N, Russell-Smith J (2015) Vegetation fuel type classification for lower rainfall savanna burning abatement projects. In: Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds), pp. 73-96. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Russell-Smith J, Bristow M, Brocklehurst P, Cook GD, Cuff N, Edwards AC, Fisher R, Hutley LB, Jacklyn P, James G, Legge S, Liedloff AC, Lynch D, Maier S, Meyer CP, Monagle C, Murphy BP, Oliveira S, Whitehead PJ, Yates CP (2015) Where to from here? In: Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds), pp. 329-346. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Russell-Smith J, Whitehead P (2015) Reimagining fire management in fire-prone north Australia. In: Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds), pp. 1-22. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Russell-Smith J, Yates CP, Evans J, Meyer CP, Edwards AC (2015) Application of a lower rainfall savanna burning emissions abatement methodology. In: Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds),  pp. 219-234. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Whitehead PJ, Russell-Smith J, Yates CP (2015) Fire patterns in north Australian savannas: extending the reach of incentives for savanna fire emissions abatement. In: Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds), pp. 23-56. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Yates CP, Russell-Smith J, Murphy BP, Desailly M, Evans J, Legge S, Lewis F, Lynch D, Edwards AC (2015) Fuel accumulation, consumption and fire patchiness in the lower rainfall savanna region. In: Carbon accounting and savanna fire management. Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds), pp. 115-132. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Ens, E., Burns, E., Russell-Smith, J., Sparrow, B., and Wardle, G. (2014). The cultural imperative: broadening the vision of long-term ecological monitoring to enhance environmental policy and management outcomes. In: Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction. Lindenmayer, D., Burns, E., Thurgate, N., and Lowe, A. Editors. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. (In press).

Keith, D., D.B. Lindenmayer, A. Lowe, J. Russell-Smith, S. Barrett, N.J. Enright, B. Fox, G. Guerin, D. Paton, M. Tozer, and C. Yates. 2014. Heathlands. Pages 215-285 in D.B. Lindenmayer, E. Burns, N. Thurgate, and A. Lowe. Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Lindenmayer, D., Burns, E., Thurgate, N., Lowe, A., Dormott, E., Ens, E., Foulkes, J., Keith, D., Liddell, M., Metcalf, D.J., Russell-Smith, J., Sparrow, B., Wardle, G., White, A., Williams, R. and Wood, S. (2014). Synopsis. In: Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction. Lindenmayer, D., Burns, E., Thurgate, N., and Lowe, A. Editors. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. (In press).

Russell-Smith, J., Edwards, A., Woinarski, J., Fisher A., Murphy B., Lawes, M., Crase, B., and Thurgate, N. (2014). North Australian tropical savannas: The three parks savanna fire-effects plot network. In: Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction. Lindenmayer, D., Burns, E., Thurgate, N., and Lowe, A. Editors. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne. Pp.335-378.

Maier SW, Russell-Smith, J. (2012) Measuring and monitoring of contemporary fire regimes in Australia using satellite remote sensing. Flammable Australia: Fire Regimes, Biodiversity and Ecosystems in a Changing World. (ed. by R.A. Bradstock, A.M. Gill, R.W. Williams), pp. 79-95. CSIRO Publications, Melbourne.

Williams RJ, Bradstock RA, Barrett D, Beringer J, Boer MM, Cary GJ, Cook GD, Gill AM, Hutley LB, Keith H, Maier SW, Meyer CP (Mick), Price OF, Roxburgh SH, Russell-Smith J (2012) Fire regimes and carbon in Australian vegetation. Flammable Australia: Fire Regimes, Biodiversity and Ecosystems in a Changing World. (ed. by R.A. Bradstock, A.M. Gill, R.W. Williams), pp. 73-292. CSIRO Publications, Melbourne.

Murphy, B. P., J. Russell-Smith, F. A. Watt and G. D. Cook (2009). “Fire Management and Woody Biomass Carbon Stocks in Mesic Savannas” in Managing Fire Regimes in North Australian Savannas – Ecology, Culture, Economy. Ed’s: J. Russell-Smith and P. Whitehead. CSIRO Publishing, Canberra, Australia.

Russell-Smith, J., Stanton,P (2002). “Fire Regimes and Fire Management of Rainforest Communities across Northern Australia: A Review” in Flammable Australia: The Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent. Ed’s: R. A. Bradstock, J. E. Williams and A. M. Gill. Cambridge University Press.

 

Journal articles

Batista E, Russell-Smith J, Franca H, Figueira J (2018) Conflicts between fire suppression policies and biodiversity conservation management in fire-prone savannah ecosystems: the example of Canastra National Park, Brazil. Journal of Environmental Management 205: 40-49.

Burns EL, Tennant P, Dickman CR, Gillespie G, Green PT, Hoffmann A, Keith DA, Lindenmayer DB, Metcalfe DJ, Morgan JW, Russell-Smith J, Wardle GM (2018) Creating successful ecological monitoring: insights and lessons form the Long Term Ecological Research Network. Australian Zoologist, in review.

Chambers I, Russell-Smith J, Costanza R, Cribb J, Kerins S, George M, James G, Pedersen H, Lane P, Christopherson P, Ansell J, Sangha K (2018) Australia’s north, Australia’s future: A vision and strategies focused on sustainable economic, ecological and social wellbeing for northern Australia. Journal of Asia Pacific Policy Studies, submitted

Edwards, A. C., J. Russell-Smith and S. W. Maier (2018). “A comparison and validation of satellite-derived fire severity mapping techniques in fire prone north Australian savannas: Extreme fires and tree stem mortality.” Remote Sensing of Environment 206: 287-299.

Goldbergs, G., S. R. Levick, M. Lawes and A. Edwards (2018). “Hierarchical integration of individual tree and area-based approaches for savanna biomass uncertainty estimation from airborne LiDAR.” Remote Sensing of Environment 205: 141-150.

Greenville AC, Burns E, Diskman CR, Keith DA, Lindenmayer DB, Morgan JW, Heinze D, Mansergh I, Gillespie GR, Einoder L, Fisher A, Russell-Smith J, Metcalfe DJ, Green PT, Hoffmann AA, Wardle GM (2018) Biodiversity responds differently to increasing climatic extremes in grassland, savanna and forest biomes. State of the Total Environment, in review

Russell-Smith J, Sangha KK (2018) Emerging opportunities for developing a diversified land sector economy in Australia’s northern savannas. The Rangeland Journal, submitted.

Fisher, Rohan , et al. “Free satellite imagery and digital elevation model analyses enabling natural resource management in the developing world: case studies from Eastern Indonesia.” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography (2017).

Fisher, Rohan, and Jonatan Lassa. “Interactive, open source, travel time scenario modelling: tools to facilitate participation in health service access analysis.” International journal of health geographics 16.1 (2017): 13.

Freeman J, Edwards AC, Russell-Smith J (2017) Fire-driven decline of endemic Allosyncarpia monsoon forests in northern Australia. Forests 8, 481; doi:10.3390/f8120481

Palmer, C., R. W. Baird, D. L. Webster, A. C. Edwards, R. Patterson, A. Withers, E. Withers, R. Groom and J. C. Woinarski (2017). “A preliminary study of the movement patterns of false killer whales (Pseudorca crassidens) in coastal and pelagic waters of the Northern Territory, Australia.” Marine and Freshwater Research 68(9): 1726-1733

Russell-Smith J, Evans J, Edwards AC, Simms A (2017) Assessing ecological performance thresholds in fire-prone Kakadu National Park, northern Australia. Ecosphere 7: 10.1002/ecs2.1856.

Sangha K, Sithole B, Hunter-Xenie H, Daniels C, Yibarbuk D, James G, Michael C, Gould J, Edwards A, Russell-Smith J (2017) Empowering the resilience of remote Indigenous communities in natural disaster prone northern Australia. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 35: 137-153.

Sangha KK, Russell-Smith J, Morrison SC, Costanza R, Edwards AC (2017) Challenges for valuing ecosystem services from an Indigenous estate in northern Australia. Ecosystem Services 25: 167-178.

Sangha KK, Russell-Smith J (2016) An integrated framework to value ecosystem services from Indigenous estates in northern Australia. Conservation and Society 15: 255-269.

Lawes MJ, Clarke PJ, Murphy BP, Midgley JJ, Crisp MD, Russell-Smith J, Nano CEM, Bradstock R, Enright NJ, Fontaine JB, Gosper CR, Radford I, Woolley L-A, Gunton RM (2016) Widespread resprouting but variable levels of post-fire recruitment characterise Australian biomes: the influence of phylogeny, fire regimes and productivity. New Phytologist, in review.

Morley P, Russell-Smith J, Sangha KK, Sutton S, Sithole B (2016) Evaluating resilience in two remote Indigenous Australian communities. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31: 44-50.

Russell-Smith J (2016) Fire management business in Australia’s tropical savannas: Lighting the way for a new ecosystem services model for the north? Ecological Management & Restoration 17: 4-7.

Russell-Smith J (2016) The path to sustainable development in North Australia. Solutions 7: 10-15.

Beringer. J., Hutley, L.B., Abramson, D., Arndt, S.K., Bristow, M., Briggs, P., Bristow, M., Canadell, J.G., Cernusak, L.A., Eamus, D., Edwards, A.C., Evans, B.J., Fest, B., Goergen, K., Grover, S.P., Hacker, J., Haverd, V., Kanniah, K., Livesley, S.J., Lynch, A., Maier, S., Moore, C., Raupach, M., Russell-Smith, J.,  Scheiter, S., Tapper, N.J., Uotila, P. 2015. Fire in Australian savannas: from leaf to landscape. Global Change Biology 21, 62-81.

Clarke PJ, Lawes, MJ, Murphy BP, Russell-Smith J, Nano CEM, Bradstock R, Enright NJ, Fontaine JB, Gosper CR, Radford I, Midgley JJ, Gunton RM (2015)  A synthesis of postfire recovery traits of woody plants in Australian ecosystems. Science of the Total Environment 534: 31-42.

Edwards AC, Russell-Smith J, Meyer CP (2015) Contemporary fire regime risks to key ecological assets and processes in north Australian savannas. International Journal of Wildland Fire, http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/WF14197.

Lawes MJ, Murphy BP, Fisher A, Woinarski JCZ, Edwards AC, Russell-Smith J (2015)  Small mammals decline with increasing fire extent in northern Australia: evidence from long-term monitoring in Kakadu National Park. International Journal of Wildland Fire. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 24: 712-722.

Lynch AJ, Thackway R, Specht A, Beggs P, Brisbane S, Burns E, Byrne M,  Capon SJ, Casanova M, Clarke PA, Davies J, Dovers S, Dwyer R, Ens E, Fisher D, Flanigan M, Garnier E, Guru S, Kilminster K, Locke J, MacNally R, McMahon K, Mitchell P, Pierson J, Rodgers E, Russell-Smith J, Udy J, Waycott M (2015) The contribution, role and value of transdisciplinary synthesis for ecosystem science, policy and management. Science of the Total Environment 534: 173-184.

Murphy BP, Cochrane M, Russell-Smith J (2015) Prescribed burning protects endangered tropical heathlands of the Arnhem Plateau, northern Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 52: 980-991.

Oliveira S, Campagnolo M, Price OP, Edwards AC, Russell-Smith J, Pereira JMOC. 2015. Ecological implications of fine-scale fire patchiness and severity in tropical savannas of northern Australia. Fire Ecology, 11, doi: 10.4996/fireecology.1101010

Oliveira S, Maier SW, Pereira JMOC, Russell-Smith J (2015) Seasonal differences in fire activity and intensity in tropical savannas of northern Australia using remote sensing measurements of fire radiative power. International Journal of Wildland Fire, http:dx.doi.org/10.1071/WF13201.

Russell-Smith J, Lindenmayer DB, Kubiszewski I, Green P, Costanza R, Campbell CA (2015) Moving beyond evidence-free policy. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13: 441-448, doi:10.1890/150019.

Russell-Smith J, Murphy BP, Lawes MJ (2015) Both fire size and frequency matter—a response to Griffiths et al. Biological Conservation, http:dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2015.09.027

Russell-Smith J, Yates CP, Edwards AC, Murphy BP, Whitehead PJ, Lawes MJ. 2015. Deriving multiple benefits from carbon market-based savanna burning projects: an Australian example. PLoS ONE 10(12): e0143426. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0143426.

Ziegler CR, Young MD, Wainger LA, Russell-Smith J, Renz J, Pert P, Ogilvy S, Mills RT, McDonald DN, Maynard S, Magnuszewski P, Liu S, Lee H, Kubiszewski I, Heckbert S, Grigg K, Finnigan D, Farber SC, Dale VH, Chichakly K, Costanza R (2015) Games for sustainability. Environmental Science and Technology, in review

Dore J, Michael C, Russell-Smith J, Tehan M, Caripes M (2014) Carbon projects and Indigenous land tenure in northern Australia. The Rangelands Journal 36, 389-402.

Lehmann CER, Anderson TM, Sankaran M, Higgins SI, Archibald S, Hoffmann WA, Hanan NP, Williams RJ, Fensham R, Felfili J, Hutley L, Ratnam J, San Jose J, Montes R, Franklin DC, Russell-Smith J, Ryan C, Durigan G, Hiernaux P, Haidar R, Bowman DMJS, Bond WJ (2014) Savanna vegetation-fire-climate relationships differ between continents. Science 343: 548-552.

Russell-Smith J, Yates CP, Evans J, Desailly M. 2014. Developing a savanna burning emissions abatement methodology for tussock grasslands in high rainfall regions of northern Australia. Tropical Grasslands—Forrajes Tropicales 2: 154-166.

Smith TEL, Paton-Walsh C, Meyer CP, Cook GD, Maier SW, Russell-Smith J, Wooster MJ, Yates CP (2014) New emission factors for Australia measured using open-path Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Part 2: Australian savanna fires. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, in press.

Walsh D, Russell-Smith J, Cowley R (2014) Fire and carbon management in a diversified rangelands economy: research, policy and implementation challenges. The Rangelands Journal 36, 313-322.

Whitehead PJ, Russell-Smith J, Yates CP (2014) Fire patterns in north Australian savannas: extending the reach of incentives for savannah fire emissions abatement. The Rangelands Journal, 36: 371-388.

Edwards AC, Maier SW, Hutley LB, Williams RJ, Russell-Smith J. (2013) Remote sensing of fire severity in north Australian tropical savannas. Remote Sensing of the Environment 136: 56-65.

Maier SW, Russell-Smith J, Edwards AC, Yates CP (2013) Sensitivity of the MODIS fire detection algorithm (MOD14) in the savanna region of the Northern Territory, Australia. Journal of Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry, 76: 11-16.

Murphy BP, Bradstock RA, Boer MM, Carter J, Cary GJ, Cochrane MA, Fensham RJ, Russell-Smith J, Williamson GJ, Bowman DMJS (2013) Fire regimes of Australia: a pyrogeographic model system.  Journal of Biogeography 40: 1048-1058.

Murphy BP, Lehmann CER, Russell-Smith J, Lawes MJ (2013) Fire regimes and woody biomass dynamics in northern Australian savannas. Journal of Biogeography, DOI: 10.1111/jbi.12204

Russell-Smith J, Cook GD, Cooke PM, Edwards AC, Lendrum M, Meyer CP, Whitehead PJ (2013) Managing fire regimes in north Australian savannas: applying Aboriginal approaches to contemporary global problems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 11: e55–e63. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/120251

Russell-Smith J, Monagle CM, Jacobsohn M, Beatty RL, Bilbao B, Vessuri H, Sánchez I, Millán A. (2013) Can savanna burning projects deliver measurable greenhouse emissions reductions, and sustainable livelihood opportunities for indigenous and local communities, in fire-prone settings? Climatic Change,  DOI 10.1007/s10584-013-0910-5

Whitehead, P., J. Russell-Smith and C. Yates (2013). “Fire Patterns in Northern Australian Savannas: Extending the Reach of Incentives for Savanna Fire Emissions Abatement.” International Journal of Wildland Fire in press.

Bradstock RA, Boer MM, Cary GJ, Price OF, Williams RJ, Barrett D, Cook GD, Gill AM, Hutley LB, Keith H, Maier SW, Meyer M, Roxburgh SH, Russell-Smith J (2012)  Modelling the potential of prescribed burning to mitigate carbon emissions in fire-prone Australian ecosystems. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 21: 621-639.

Fitzsimons J, Russell-Smith J, James G, Lipsett-Moore G, Vigilante T, Morrison J, Looker M (2012) Insights into the biodiversity and social benchmarking components of the Northern Australian fire management and carbon abatement programs. Ecological Management & Restoration, 13: 51-57.

Heckbert S, Russell-Smith J, Reeson A, Davies J, James G, Meyer CP (2012) Spatially explicit benefit-cost analysis of fire management for greenhouse gas abatement in northern Australia. Austral Ecology, 37: 724-732.

Lindenmayer DB, Likens GE, Andersen A, Bowman D, Bull M, Burns E, Dickman CR, Hoffmann AA, Keith DA, Liddell MJ, Lowe AJ, Metcalfe DJ, Phinn SR, Russell-Smith J, Thurgate N, Wardle GM (2012) The value of long-term ecological studies. Austral Ecology, 37: 745-757.

Meyer CP (Mick), Cook GD, Reisen F, Smith TEL, Tattaris M, Russell-Smith J, Meier SW, Yates CP, Wooster M  (2012)  Direct measurements of the seasonality of emission factors from savanna fires in northern Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research (Atmospheres), 117: D20305, doi:10.1029/2012JD017671.

Price OF, Russell-Smith J, Watt F (2012) The influence of prescribed fire on the extent of unplanned fire in savanna landscapes of western Arnhem Land, Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire, 21: 297-305.

Russell-Smith J, Edwards AC, Price OF (2012) Simplifying the savanna:  the trajectory of fire-sensitive vegetation mosaics in northern Australia. Journal of Biogeography, 39: 1303-1317.

Russell-Smith J, Gardener M, Brock C, Brennan K, Yates CP, Grace B (2012) Fire persistence traits can be used to predict vegetation responses to changing fire regimes at expansive landscape scales—an Australian example. Journal of Biogeography 39: 1659-1668.

Srivastava SK , King L, Mitchell C, Wiegand A, Carter RW, Shapcott A, Russell-Smith J (2012) Ecological implications of standard fire-mapping approaches for fire management of the World Heritage Area, Fraser Island, Australia.  International Journal of Wildland Fire 22: 381-393.

Murphy, B. P. and J. Russell-Smith (2010). “Fire Severity in a Northern Australian Savanna Landscape: The Importance of Time since Previous Fire.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 19(1): 46-51.

Murphy, B. P., J. Russell-Smith and L. D. Prior (2010). “Frequent Fires Reduce Tree Growth in Northern Australian Savannas: Implications for Tree Demography and Carbon Sequestration.” Global Change Biology 16(1): 331-343.

Edwards, A. and J. Russell-Smith (2009). “Ecological Thresholds and the Status of Fire-Sensitive Vegetation in Western Arnhem Land, Northern Australia: Implications for Management.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 18(2): 127-146.

Edwards, A. C. (2009). Fire Severity Categories for the Tropical Savanna Woodlands of Northern Australia. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre.

Prior, L. D., B. P. Murphy and J. Russell-Smith (2009). “Environmental and Demographic Correlates of Tree Recruitment and Mortality in North Australian Savannas.” Forest Ecology and Management 257: 66-74.

Russell-Smith, J., B. P. Murphy, C. P. Meyer, G. D. Cook, S. Maier, A. C. Edwards, J. Schatz and P. Brocklehurst (2009). “Improving Estimates of Savanna Burning Emissions for Greenhouse Accounting in Northern Australia: Limitations, Challenges, Applications.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 18(1): 1-18.

Yates, C. P., A. C. Edwards and J. Russell-Smith (2008). “Big Fires and Their Ecological Impacts in Australian Savannas: Size and Frequency Matters.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 17: 768-781.

Gardener, M. R., B. T. Lynch, P. K. Latz, D. E. Albrecht, I. D. Cowie, K. Brennan, C. Nano, A. C. Edwards, A. W. Duguid, C. Brock and J. Russell-Smith (2007). “A Landscape Scale Assessment of the Distribution of the Fire-Sensitive Flora of the Northern Territory, Australia.” Journal of Biogeography.

Price, O. F., A. C. Edwards and J. Russell-Smith (2007). “Efficacy of Permanent Firebreaks and Aerial Prescribed Burning in Western Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 16(3): 295-307.

Russell-Smith, J., C. P. Yates, P. J. Whitehead, R. Smith, R. Craig, G. E. Allan, R. Thackway, I. Frakes, S. Cridland, M. C. P. Meyer and A. M. Gill (2007). “Bushfires ‘Down Under’: Patterns and Implications of Contemporary Australian Landscape Burning.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 16: 361-377.

Russell-Smith, J. (2006). “Recruitment Dynamics of the Long-Lived Obligate Seeders Callitris Intratropica (Cupressaceae) and Petraeomyrtus Punicea (Myrtaceae).” Australian Journal of Botany 54(5): 479-485.

Russell-Smith, J. and A. C. Edwards (2006). “Seasonality and Fire Severity in Savanna Landscapes of Monsoonal Northern Australia.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 15(4): 541-550.

Russell-Smith, J., C. Yates and B. Lynch (2006). “Fire Regimes and Soil Erosion in North Australian Hilly Savannas.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 15: 551-556.

Woinarski, J. C. Z., C. Hempel, I. Cowie, K. Brennan, R. Kerrigan, G. Leach and J. Russell-Smith (2006). “Distributional Pattern of Plant Species Endemic to the Northern Territory, Australia.” Australian Journal of Botany 54(7): 627-640.

Price, O., A. Edwards, G. Connors, J. Woinarski, G. Ryan, A. Turner and J. Russell-Smith (2005). “Fire Heterogeneity in Kakadu National Park, 1980-2000.” Wildlife Research 32(5): 425-433.

Whitehead, P. J., J. Russell-Smith and J. C. Z. Woinarski (2005). “Fire, Landscape Heterogeneity and Wildlife Management in Australia’s Tropical Savannas: Introduction and Overview.” Australian Wildlife Research 32(5): 369-375.

Russell-Smith, J., P. J. Stanton, A. C. Edwards and P. J. Whitehead (2004). “Rain Forest Invasion of Eucalypt-Dominated Woodland Savanna, Iron Range, North-Eastern Australia: Ii. Rates of Landscape Change.” Journal of Biogeography 31(8): 1305-1316.

Vigilante, T., D. Bowman, R. Fisher, J. Russell-Smith and C. Yates (2004). “Contemporary Landscape Burning Patterns in the Far North Kimberley Region of North-West Australia: Human Influences and Environmental Determinants.” Journal of Biogeography 31(8): 1317-1333.

Williams, R. J., L. B. Hutley, G. D. Cook, J. Russell-Smith, A. Edwards and X. Y. Chen (2004). “Assessing the Carbon Sequestration Potential of Mesic Savannas in the Northern Territory, Australia: Approaches, Uncertainties and Potential Impacts of Fire.” Functional Plant Biology 31(5): 415-422.

Edwards, A., R. Kennett, O. Price, J. Russell-Smith, G. Spiers and J. Woinarski (2003). “Monitoring the Impacts of Fire Regimes on Vegetation in Northern Australia: An Example from Kakadu National Park.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 12(3-4): 427-440.

Fisher, R., T. Vigilante, C. Yates and J. Russell-Smith (2003). “Patterns of Landscape Fire and Predicted Vegetation Response in the North Kimberley Region of Western Australia.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 12(3-4): 369-379.

Price, O., J. Russell-Smith and A. C. Edwards (2003). “Fine-Scale Patchiness of Different Fire Intensities in Sandstone Heath Vegetation in Northern Australia.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 12(2): 227-236.

Russell-Smith, J., A. C. Edwards and G. D. Cook (2003). “Reliability of Biomass Burning Estimates from Savanna Fires: Biomass Burning in Northern Australia During the 1999 Biomass Burning and Lightning Experiment B Field Campaign.” Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 108(D3): 9-1 – 9-12.

Russell-Smith, J., P. J. Whitehead, G. D. Cook and J. L. Hoare (2003). “Response of Eucalyptus-Dominated Savanna to Frequent Fires: Lessons from Munmarlary, 1973-1996.” Ecological Monographs 73(3): 349-375.

Russell-Smith, J., P. J. Whitehead, R. J. Williams and M. Flannigan (2003). “Fire and Savanna Landscapes in Northern Australia: Regional Lessons and Global Challenges – Preface.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 12(3-4): V-ix.

Russell-Smith, J., C. Yates, A. Edwards, G. E. Allan, G. D. Cook, P. Cooke, R. Craig, B. Heath and R. Smith (2003). “Contemporary Fire Regimes of Northern Australia, 1997-2001: Change since Aboriginal Occupancy, Challenges for Sustainable Management.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 12(3-4): 283-297.

Shirai, T., D. R. Blake, S. Meinardi, F. S. Rowland, J. Russell-Smith, A. Edwards, Y. Kondo, M. Koike, K. Kita, T. Machida, N. Takegawa, N. Nishi, S. Kawakami and T. Ogawa (2003). “Emission Estimates of Selected Volatile Organic Compounds from Tropical Savanna Burning in Northern Australia.” Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 108(D3): BIB 10-11 – BIB 10-14.

Takegawa, N., Y. Kondo, M. Ko, M. Koike, K. Kita, D. R. Blake, W. Hu, C. Scott, S. Kawakami, Y. Miyazaki, J. Russell-Smith and T. Ogawa (2003). “Photochemical Production of O-3 in Biomass Burning Plumes in the Boundary Layer over Northern Australia.” Geophysical Research Letters 30(10).

Yates, C. and J. Russell-Smith (2003). “Fire Regimes and Vegetation Sensitivity Analysis: An Example from Bradshaw Station, Monsoonal Northern Australia.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 12(3-4): 349-358.

 

Russell-Smith, J., P. G. Ryan and D. C. Cheal (2002). “Fire Regimes and the Conservation of Sandstone Heath in Monsoonal Northern Australia: Frequency, Interval, Patchiness.” Biological Conservation 104(1): 91-106.

Edwards, A., P. Hauser, M. Anderson, J. McCartney, M. Armstrong, R. Thackway, G. Allan, C. Hempel and J. Russell-Smith (2001). “A Tale of Two Parks: Contemporary Fire Regimes of Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks, Monsoonal Northern Australia.” International Journal of Wildland Fire 10: 79 – 89.

On, T. V., D. Quyen, L. D. Bich, B. Jones, J. Wunder and J. Russell-Smith (2001). “A Survey of Medicinal Plants in Bavi National Park, Vietnam: Methodology and Implications for Conservation and Sustainable Use.” Biological Conservation 97(3): 295-304.

Yibarbuk, D., P. J. Whitehead, J. Russell-Smith, D. Jackson, C. Godjuwa, A. Fisher, P. Cooke, D. Choquenot and D. Bowman (2001). “Fire Ecology and Aboriginal Land Management in Central Arnhem Land, Northern Australia: A Tradition of Ecosystem Management.” Journal of Biogeography 28(3): 325-343.

Woinarski, J. C. Z., K. Brennan, I. Cowie, A. Fisher, P. K. Latz and J. Russell-Smith (2000). “Vegetation of the Wessel and English Company Islands, North-Eastern Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia.” Australian Journal of Botany 48(1): 115-141.

Reports

Wiedemann SG, Telfer MA, Cohn P, Russell-Smith J (2016) Final Report: Opportunity study—Engagement of pastoral properties with the Emissions Reduction Fund. Project B.CCH.2099. Meat & Livestock Australia, Sydney.

Edwards AC, Russell-Smith J. (2014-2016) Fire Monitoring: Annual Report to Kakadu National Park. Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research, Charles Darwin University.

Russell-Smith J (2015) Asia. In: The global potential of Indigenous Fire Management: Findings of the Regional Feasibility Assessment, pp. 124-141, 174-177. International Savanna Fire Management Initiative, Institute of Advanced Studies, United Nations University, Kyoto, Japan. (http://collections.unu.edu/eserv/UNU:5605/indigenous_fire_management.pdf)

Russell-Smith, J., A. Edwards, G. D. Cook, P. Brocklehurst and J. Schatz (2004). “Improving Greenhouse Emissions Estimates Associated with Savanna Burning Northern Australia: Phase 1, Final Report to the Australian Greenhouse Office, June 2004”. Canberra, Australia.

Yates, C. and R.-S. J (2002). “An Assessment of the Accuracy of Dola’s Northern Australian Noaa-Avhrr Fire Affected Area (Faa) Map Products” in Australian Fire Regimes: Contemporary Patterns (April 1998 – March 2000) and Changes since European Settlement. Ed’s: J. Russell-Smith, R. Craig, A. M. Gill, R. Smith and J. E. Williams. State of the Environment Second Technical Paper Series No. 2 (Biodiversity) Department of the Environment and Heritage: Canberra, Australia.

Turner, A., B. Fordham, S. Hamann, S. Morrison, R. Muller, A. Pickworth, A. Edwards and J. Russell-Smith (2002). “Kakadu National Park Fire Monitoring Plot Survey and Analysis”. Darwin.

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