Michael D Doherty
Michael D Doherty
PhD Scholar, ANU Fenner School, Canberra
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei anu.edu.au
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Determining species response functions to an environmental gradient by means of a β-function
MP Austin, AO Nicholls, MD Doherty, JA Meyers
Journal of Vegetation Science, 215-228, 1994
2801994
Evaluation of statistical models used for predicting plant species distributions: role of artificial data and theory
MP Austin, L Belbin, JA Meyers, MD Doherty, M Luoto
Ecological Modelling 199 (2), 197-216, 2006
2402006
Urban energy systems
A Grubler, X Bai, T Buettner, S Dhakal, DJ Fisk, T Ichinose, JE Keirstead, ...
Cambridge University Press and IIASA, 2012
1622012
An integrative research framework for enabling transformative adaptation
MJ Colloff, B Martín-López, S Lavorel, B Locatelli, R Gorddard, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 68, 87-96, 2017
1272017
Preparing for bushfires: understanding intentions
D Paton, G Kelly, PT Burgelt, M Doherty
Disaster Prevention and Management: an international journal, 2006
1222006
Ecological mechanisms underpinning climate adaptation services
S Lavorel, MJ Colloff, S Mcintyre, MD Doherty, HT Murphy, DJ Metcalfe, ...
Global change biology 21 (1), 12-31, 2015
1062015
Biophysical mechanistic modelling quantifies the effects of plant traits on fire severity: species, not surface fuel loads, determine flame dimensions in eucalypt forests
P Zylstra, RA Bradstock, M Bedward, TD Penman, MD Doherty, RO Weber, ...
PloS one 11 (8), e0160715, 2016
652016
Social vulnerability in the context of bushfire risk at the urban-bush interface in Sydney: a case study of the Blue Mountains and Ku-ring-gai local council areas
D Solangaarachchi, AL Griffin, MD Doherty
Natural hazards 64 (2), 1873-1898, 2012
562012
The suburbanisation of coastal Australia
T Smith, M Doherty
Australian State of the Environment Report 2006, 2006
402006
Relationships between form, morphology, density and energy in urban environments
M Doherty, H Nakanishi, X Bai, J Meyers
GEA Background Paper 28, 2009
392009
The Interaction Between Habitat Conditions, Ecosystem Processes and Terrestrial Biodiversity: A Review
MD Doherty, AJ Kearns, G Barnett, A Sarre, DF Hochuli, H Gibb, ...
Environment Australia, 1998
391998
Adaptation services and pathways for the management of temperate montane forests under transformational climate change
MJ Colloff, MD Doherty, S Lavorel, M Dunlop, RM Wise, SM Prober
Climatic Change 138 (1), 267-282, 2016
352016
Informing climate adaptation pathways in multi-use woodland landscapes using the values-rules-knowledge framework
SM Prober, MJ Colloff, N Abel, S Crimp, MD Doherty, M Dunlop, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 241, 39-53, 2017
332017
Managing the impacts of the Australian minerals industry on biodiversity
MV Lloyd, G Barnett, MD Doherty, RA Jeffree, J John, JD Majer, ...
Brisbane: Australian Centre for Mining Environmental Research, 2002
312002
Classifying the fire‐response traits of plants: How reliable are species‐level classifications?
LM Vivian, MD Doherty, GJ Cary
Austral Ecology 35 (3), 264-273, 2010
282010
The botany of old cemeteries
EJ McBarron, DH Benson, MD Doherty
Cunninghamia 2 (1), 97-105, 1988
261988
Predictive models for landscape patterns and processes, Sub-project 2, Modelling of landscape patterns and processes using biological data
MP Austin, JA Meyers, MD Doherty
Division of Wildlife Ecology, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial …, 1994
231994
Exploring the complexity of social and ecological resilience to hazards
D Paton, G Kelly, M Doherty
Disaster resilience: An integrated approach, 190-212, 2006
212006
Natural Heritage Values of the Lake Eyre Basin in South Australia: World Heritage Assessment
SR Morton, MD Doherty, RD Barker
A report prepared for the World Heritage Unit, Department of the Environment …, 1995
191995
The Conservation Value of Regrowth Native Plant Communities: A Review
M Doherty
A Report Prepared for the New South Wales Scientific Committee. CSIRO …, 1998
171998
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