Williams R.J., Griffiths A.D., and Allan G.E. (2002), "Fire Regimes and biodiversity in the savannas of northern Australia", Bradstock R.A., Williams J.E. and Gill A.M. (eds), Flammable Australia: The Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
In this chapter, Williams et al. review the interactions between varying fire regimes, climate, landforms and plants and animals.
Lewis H. (1989), "Ecological and Technical Knowledge of Fire: Aborigines versus Park Rangers in Northern Australia", American Anthropologist, 91, pp. 940 - 961.
The attitudes to fire and wildfire by European Australians and Aboriginal people can be distinctly different at times are the point of much discussion, especially in areas of joint management such as at Kakadu National Park.