Williams R., Gill A.M., and Moore P.H. (1996), "Measurement of the behaviour of experimental fires in a tropical savanna at Kapalga, Kakadu National Park, Northern Australia", Fire Ecology Workshop. The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Northern Territory, Darwin, NT, pp. 45 - 51.
Williams R.J., Gill A.M., and Moore P.H.R. (2003, )"Fire behaviour", Adnersen A.N., Cook G.D., and Williams R.J. (eds), Fire in Tropical Savannas: The Kapalga Fire Experiment, Ecological Studies : Analysis and Synthesis, pp. 33 - 46.
This chapter discusses the relationship between fire intensity and post fire indicators of fire intensity such as leaf char height and leaf scorch height and summarises data on fuels and fire intensity.
Setterfield S.A. (1997), "The impact of experimental fire regimes on seed production in two tropical eucalypt species in northern Australia", Australian Journal of Ecology, 22, pp. 279 - 287.
This results discussed in this article form part of the larger landscape scale study at Kapalga Research Station, Kakadu National Park.
In this study Setterfield examines the effects of 3 different fire regimes over 5 years on seed production of Eucalyptus miniata and E. tetrodonta. The three fire regimes are