Cheney, P. & Sullivan, A. (1997) Grassfires: Fuel, Weather and Fire Behaviour. CSIRO publishing.
Cook G. D. and Corbett L. K. (2003) "Kapalga and the fire experiment". Pp.15-32 in Fire in Tropical Savannas: The Kapalga Experiment. (eds A.N. Andersen, G.D. Cook and R.J. Williams). Springer-Verlag, New York.
This chapter introduces the Kapalga fire experiment. Kapalga was chosen for a landscape scale fire experiment due to its typical savanna vegetation, its diverse range of native fauna, and its location between two major rivers to the east and west, and a highway to the south.
Braithwaite R.W., Williams J.E., and Gill A.M. (2002), Flammable Australia: The Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent, Cambridge Press, Cambridge
Fire is a vital element of ecosystems across Australia: and is a key influence on the distribution and abundance of plants and animals. This book provides information about current knowledge in relation to fire and its application to contemporary fire management. The main issues covered include:
Dyer R., and Stafford-Smith M. (2003), "Ecological and economic assessment of prescribed burning impacts in semi-arid pastoral lands of northern Australia", International Journal of Wildland Fire, 12, pp. 403 - 413.
Pastoral managers in the savanna region of northern Australia are faced with some difficult short and long term decisions about what grasses should be used for – as fodder for animal production, or as a means of maintaining a tree/grass balance with fire.
Cary G., Lindenmayer D., and Dovers S. (eds) (2003) Australia Burning: Fire Ecology, Policy and Management Issues, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood
This book is a summary of the 2003 National Fire Forum. It is based on papers written by presenters, and comments made by people attending the Forum. It covers topics including:
Anderson R. (1994) "Bushfires Council, the community and you" Rose D.B. (ed) Country in Flames: Proceedings of the 1994 Symposium on Biodiversity and fire in North Australia, Biodiversity Unit, Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories and the North Australia Research Unit, The Australian National University, Darwin