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International Journal of Wildland Fire International Journal of Wildland Fire
Volume 12 Number 3 & 4 2003
Fire and Savanna Landscapes in Northern Australia: Regional Lessons and Global Challenges
Editors: J. Russell-Smith, R. J. Williams, P. J. Whitehead and M. D. Flannigan

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Fire and savanna landscapes in northern Australia: regional lessons and global challenges 

Jeremy Russell-Smith , Peter J. Whitehead, Richard J. Williams and Mike Flannigan

pp. v-ix


A review of current space-based fire monitoring in Australia and the GOFC/GOLD program for international coordination 

Christopher O. Justice , Richard Smith, A. Malcolm Gill and Ivan Csiszar

pp. 247-258

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Remote sensing of burned areas in tropical savannas 

José M. C. Pereira

pp. 259-270


Effects of biomass burning and lightning on atmospheric chemistry over Australia and South-east Asia 

Yutaka Kondo , Nobuyuki Takegawa , Yuzo Miyazaki , Malcolm Ko , Makoto Koike , Kazuyuki Kita , Shuji Kawakami , Tomoko Shirai , Toshihiro Ogawa , Donald R. Blake , Ben Liley and Jeremy Russell-Smith

pp. 271-281


Contemporary fire regimes of northern Australia, 1997–2001: change since Aboriginal occupancy, challenges for sustainable management 

Jeremy Russell-Smith , Cameron Yates, Andrew Edwards, Grant E. Allan, Garry D. Cook, Peter Cooke, Ron Craig, Belinda Heath and Richard Smith

pp. 283-297


Application of NDVI for predicting fuel curing at landscape scales in northern Australia: can remotely sensed data help schedule fire management operations? 

Grant Allan , Andrea Johnson , Shane Cridland and Nikki Fitzgerald

pp. 299-308


Using simulation to map fire regimes: an evaluation of approaches, strategies, and limitations 

Robert E. Keane , Geoffrey J. Cary and Russell Parsons

pp. 309-322


Fire-created patchiness in Australian savannas 

A. Malcolm Gill , Grant Allan and Cameron Yates

pp. 323-331


Fire impacts on surface heat, moisture and carbon fluxes from a tropical savanna in northern Australia 

J. Beringer , L. B. Hutley, N. J. Tapper, A. Coutts, A. Kerley and A. P. O'Grady

pp. 333-340


Experimental comparison of four remote sensing techniques to map tropical savanna fire-scars using Landsat-TM imagery 

D. M. J. S. Bowman , Yue Zhang, Angie Walsh and R. J. Williams

pp. 341-348


Fire regimes and vegetation sensitivity analysis: an example from Bradshaw Station, monsoonal northern Australia 

Cameron Yates and Jeremy Russell-Smith

pp. 349-358


Assessing woody vegetation cover change in north-west Australian savanna using aerial photography 

R. J. Fensham and R. J. Fairfax

pp. 359-367

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Patterns of landscape fire and predicted vegetation response in the North Kimberley region of Western Australia 

Rohan Fisher, Tom Vigilante, Cameron Yates and Jeremy Russell-Smith

pp. 369-379


Confronting complexity: fire policy choices in South African savanna parks 

William J. Bond and Sally Archibald

pp. 381-389


Fire experiments in northern Australia: contributions to ecological understanding and biodiversity conservation in tropical savannas 

R. J. Williams , J. C. Z. Woinarski and A. N. Andersen

pp. 391-402


Ecological and economic assessment of prescribed burning impacts in semi-arid pastoral lands of northern Australia 

Rodd Dyer and Mark Stafford Smith

pp. 403-413


Customary use of fire by indigenous peoples in northern Australia: its contemporary role in savanna management 

Peter J. Whitehead , D. M. J. S. Bowman, Noel Preece, Fiona Fraser and Peter Cooke

pp. 415-425


Monitoring the impacts of fire regimes on vegetation in northern Australia: an example from Kakadu National Park 

Andrew Edwards, Rod Kennett, Owen Price, Jeremy Russell-Smith, Greg Spiers and John Woinarski

pp. 427-440


Annual Author Index 

pp. 441-442


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