Andersen A.N. (2003) "Burning issues in savanna ecology and management", Andersen A.N., Cook G.D., and R.J. Williams (eds), Fire in Tropical Savannas: The Kapalga Fire Experiment, Springer, New York
The savanna region of northern Australia presents a unique conservation and research opportunity: it is sparsely populated, relatively uncleared and most fires are lit by people within the broad context of conservation management. Much of the land is managed by Aboriginal people with fire management being an integral part of their culture.
Andersen A.N., Cook G.D., and Williams R.J. (eds) (2003) in Fire in Tropical Savannas: The Kapalga Experiment. (eds A.N. Andersen, G.D. Cook and R.J. Williams). Springer-Verlag, New York.
This book summarises the results of the landscape scale Kapalga fire experiment. It discusses the major issues surrounding fire in the savanna region of northern Australia. It covers topics such as
fuel dynamics, nutrients and atmospheric chemistry:
Issues covered at this conference include: