Kevin Tolhurst
Kevin Tolhurst
Associate Professor, Fire Ecology and Management, University of Melbourne
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Phoenix: development and application of a bushfire risk management tool
K Tolhurst, B Shields, D Chong
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 23 (4), 47, 2008
Temperate and boreal forest mega‐fires: characteristics and challenges
SL Stephens, N Burrows, A Buyantuyev, RW Gray, RE Keane, R Kubian, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (2), 115-122, 2014
Effects of fire intensity on soil chemistry in a eucalypt forest
IB Tomkins, JD Kellas, KG Tolhurst, DA Oswin
Soil Research 29 (1), 25-47, 1991
Current methods to assess fire danger potential
J San-Miguel-Ayanz, JD Carlson, M Alexander, K Tolhurst, G Morgan, ...
Wildland fire danger estimation and mapping: The role of remote sensing data…, 2003
Overall fuel hazard guide
GJ McCarthy, KG Tolhurst, K Chatto
Fire Management, Department of Natural Resources & Environment, 1999
Overall fuel hazard assessment guide
F Hines, F Hines, KG Tolhurst, AAG Wilson, GJ McCarthy
Victorian Government, Department of Sustainability and Environment, 2010
Synopsis of the knowledge used in prescribed burning in Victoria.
KG Tolhurst, NP Cheney
East Melbourne, Australia, Department of Natural Resources and Environment, 1999
Effects of fuel reduction burning on epigeal arthropods and earthworms in dry sclerophyll eucalypt forest of west‐central Victoria
FG Neumann, K Tolhurst
Australian Journal of Ecology 16 (3), 315-330, 1991
Effectiveness of broadscale fuel reduction burning in assisting with wildfire control in parks and forests in Victoria
GJ McCarthy, KG Tolhurst
Department of Natural Resources and Environment, 2001
Impact of smoke from biomass burning on air quality in rural communities in southern Australia
F Reisen, CPM Meyer, L McCaw, JC Powell, K Tolhurst, MD Keywood, ...
Atmospheric Environment 45 (24), 3944-3953, 2011
Repeated prescribed fires decrease stocks and change attributes of coarse woody debris in a temperate eucalypt forest
C Aponte, KG Tolhurst, LT Bennett
Ecological Applications 24 (5), 976-989, 2014
Ecological effects of fuel reduction burning in a dry sclerophyll forest: a summary of principal research findings and their management implications
KG Tolhurst, KG Tolhurst
Forest Research Centre, Department of Conservation and Environment, 1992
A spatial clustering approach to automated tree crown delineation
DS Culvenor
Proceedings of the forum on automated interpretation of high spatial…, 1999
Operational wildfire suppression modelling: a review evaluating development, state of the art and future directions
TJ Duff, KG Tolhurst
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (6), 735-748, 2015
Evaluating the impact of visualization of wildfire hazard upon decision-making under uncertainty
L Cheong, S Bleisch, A Kealy, K Tolhurst, T Wilkening, M Duckham
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 30 (7), 1377-1404, 2016
The development of a national fire danger rating system for South Africa
C Willis, B van Wilgen, K Tolhurst, C Everson, P D’Abreton, L Pero, ...
Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, Pretoria, 2001
Evaluating long-term effects of prescribed fire regimes on carbon stocks in a temperate eucalypt forest
LT Bennett, C Aponte, TG Baker, KG Tolhurst
Forest Ecology and Management 328, 219-228, 2014
Testing woody fuel consumption models for application in Australian southern eucalypt forest fires
JJ Hollis, S Matthews, RD Ottmar, SJ Prichard, A Slijepcevic, ND Burrows, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (6), 948-964, 2010
Effects of bracken (Pteridium esculentum (Forst. f.) Cockayne) on eucalypt regeneration in west-central Victoria
KG Tolhurst, ND Turvey
Forest Ecology and Management 54 (1-4), 45-67, 1992
Decreases in standing tree-based carbon stocks associated with repeated prescribed fires in a temperate mixed-species eucalypt forest
LT Bennett, C Aponte, KG Tolhurst, M Lw, TG Baker
Forest ecology and management 306, 243-255, 2013
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