Jeremy Russell-Smith mainly investigates Ecology, Fire regime, Vegetation, Rainforest and Monsoon. His research combines Agroforestry and Ecology. His Fire regime research integrates issues from Biodiversity, Fire ecology, Physical geography, Biome and Greenhouse gas.
Jeremy Russell-Smith has researched Vegetation in several fields, including Mediterranean climate, Boreal and Land management, Land use. His Rainforest research includes themes of Shrub and National park. In Monsoon, Jeremy Russell-Smith works on issues like Arid, which are connected to Nature reserve, Fauna and Wildlife.
Jeremy Russell-Smith focuses on Fire regime, Ecology, Vegetation, Greenhouse gas and Environmental resource management. His Fire regime study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Agroforestry, Boreal, Fire ecology, Physical geography and Dry season. In most of his Ecology studies, his work intersects topics such as Monsoon.
Jeremy Russell-Smith combines subjects such as Shrub, Mediterranean climate, Woodland and Prescribed burn with his study of Vegetation. His research investigates the connection between Greenhouse gas and topics such as Climate change that intersect with issues in Ecosystem. The concepts of his Environmental resource management study are interwoven with issues in Ecological monitoring and Indigenous.
His main research concerns Indigenous, Environmental resource management, Fire regime, Ecosystem services and Greenhouse gas. His work carried out in the field of Indigenous brings together such families of science as Emergency management, Northern australia and Environmental planning. His Fire regime research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in National park, Dry season and Agroforestry.
The subject of his National park research is within the realm of Ecology. His Greenhouse gas study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Land use, Vegetation and Habitat. His Vegetation research incorporates themes from Biomass, Remote sensing and Physical geography.
Jeremy Russell-Smith mainly focuses on Greenhouse gas, Ecosystem services, Environmental resource management, Land use and Vegetation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including National park and Tropical savanna climate. His Ecosystem services research includes elements of Indigenous, Rangeland and Public policy.
His research integrates issues of Ecology, Woodland, Habitat and Ecological threshold in his study of Environmental resource management. His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biomass, Physical geography, Remote sensing and Canopy. In his study, Agroforestry is inextricably linked to Fire regime, which falls within the broad field of Adaptive management.
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Savanna Vegetation-Fire-Climate Relationships Differ Among Continents
Caroline E. R. Lehmann;Caroline E. R. Lehmann;T. Michael Anderson;Mahesh Sankaran;Mahesh Sankaran;Steven I. Higgins;Steven I. Higgins.
Fire management for biodiversity conservation: Key research questions and our capacity to answer them
Fire ecology and Aboriginal land management in central Arnhem Land, northern Australia: a tradition of ecosystem management
Journal of Biogeography (2002)
Fire frequency and biodiversity conservation in Australian tropical savannas: implications from the Kapalga fire experiment
Austral Ecology (2005)
Value of long-term ecological studies
Austral Ecology (2012)
Contemporary fire regimes of northern Australia, 1997–2001: change since Aboriginal occupancy, challenges for sustainable management
International Journal of Wildland Fire (2003)
A LANDSAT MSS-derived fire history of Kakadu National Park, monsoonal northern Australia, 1980-94: seasonal extent, frequency and patchiness.
Journal of Applied Ecology (1997)
Aboriginal Resource Utilization and Fire Management Practice in Western Arnhem Land, Monsoonal Northern Australia: Notes for Prehistory, Lessons for the Future
Human Ecology (1997)
Bushfires 'down under': patterns and implications of contemporary Australian landscape burning
International Journal of Wildland Fire (2007)
RESPONSE OF EUCALYPTUS‐DOMINATED SAVANNA TO FREQUENT FIRES: LESSONS FROM MUNMARLARY, 1973–1996
Ecological Monographs (2003)
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