Fire regimes for fire management.
The place of fires in Australian ecosystems.
Biodiversity, bushfires and biogeography.
Technology transfer: bibliography of Australian fire ecology, fire-response
register of Australian plants.
B.Agr.Sc., M.Sc. Ph.D. University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The
higher degrees were in forest ecology.
Post-doctoral 1966-68. Harvard Forest, Harvard University, Massachusetts, USA.
Research Scientist 1968-1971. Fairchild Tropical Botanical Garden, Miami,
(Studies in USA were on the growth habits of tropical and temperate trees).
Research Scientist 1971-present. CSIRO Plant Industry, Canberra, ACT,
Australia (Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research).
(Research here has been on various aspects of fire ecology including fire behaviour, adaptive traits, animal-plant-fire interactions and monitoring systems).
Dr R.A.Bradstock, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Hurstville, NSW, Australia.
Dr N.Burrows, WA Dept CALM, Wanneroo, WA, Australia.
Dr D.Lindenmayer, CRES, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
Dr B.Mackey, Geography Dept, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
Dr M.McCarthy, CRES, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
Dr G.Mercer, University of NSW, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra, ACT, Australia.
Dr T. Swetnam, Tree Ring Laboratory, Arizona, USA.
Dr R.Weber, University of NSW, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra,
Dr R.J. Williams, CSIRO, Darwin, NT, Australia.
- Gill, A.M. (1995). Stems and fires. In: B. Gartner (ed). Plant Stems.
Physiology and Functional Morphology. Academic Press: San Diego. Pp. 323-342.
- Gill, A.M. and Bradstock, R.A. (1995). Extinctions of biota by fires. In:
Bradstock, R.A., Auld, T.D., Keith, D.A., Kingsford, R., Lunney, D. and
Sivertsen, D. (eds), Conserving Biodiversity: Threats and Solutions. Surrey
Beatty and Sons, Sydney. Pp. 309-322.
- Moore, P.H.R., Gill, A.M. and Kohnert, R. (1995). Quantifying bushfires for
ecology using two electronic devices and biological indicators. CALM Science
Supp. 4, 83-88.
- Weber, R.O., Gill, A.M., Lyons, P.R.A., Moore, P.H.R., Bradstock, R.A. and
Mercer, G. N. (1995). Modelling wildland fire temperatures. CALM Science
Supp. 4, 23-26.
- Williams, J. E. and Gill, A. M. (1995). Impact of fire regimes on the
forests of eastern New South Wales. NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Forest Issues 1, 68p.
- Gill, A.M. (1996). How fires affect biodiversity. In: Biodiversity and Fire
- the Effects and Effectiveness of Fire Management. Pp. 47-55. Dept.
Environment, Sports and Territories, Canberra.
- Gill, A.M. and Moore, P.H.R. (1996). Regional and historical fire weather
patterns pertinent to the January 1994 Sydney bushfires. Proc.Linn.Soc.NSW
- Gill, A.M., Moore, P.H.R. and Williams, R.J. (1996). Fire weather in the
wet-dry tropics of world heritage Kakadu National Park, Australia.
Aust.J.Ecol. 21, 302-308.
- Gill, A.M., Moore, P.H.R. and Downey, P.O. (1996). Supplement to the Fourth
Edition (1994) of the Bibliography of Fire Ecology in Australia (including
Fire Science and Fire Management). NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.
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