Luke Collins
Luke Collins
Canadian Forest Service
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Causes and consequences of eastern Australia's 2019–20 season of mega‐fires.
RH Nolan, MM Boer, L Collins, V Resco de Dios, H Clarke, M Jenkins, ...
Global change biology 26 (3), 2020
Effects of weather, fuel and terrain on fire severity in topographically diverse landscapes of south-eastern Australia
RA Bradstock, KA Hammill, L Collins, O Price
Landscape Ecology 25, 607-619, 2010
The fate of carbon in a mature forest under carbon dioxide enrichment
M Jiang, BE Medlyn, JE Drake, RA Duursma, IC Anderson, CVM Barton, ...
Nature 580 (7802), 227-231, 2020
A remote sensing approach to mapping fire severity in south-eastern Australia using sentinel 2 and random forest
R Gibson, T Danaher, W Hehir, L Collins
Remote sensing of environment 240, 111702, 2020
The 2019/2020 mega-fires exposed Australian ecosystems to an unprecedented extent of high-severity fire
L Collins, RA Bradstock, H Clarke, MF Clarke, RH Nolan, TD Penman
Environmental Research Letters 16 (4), 044029, 2021
The utility of Random Forests for wildfire severity mapping
L Collins, P Griffioen, G Newell, A Mellor
Remote sensing of Environment 216, 374-384, 2018
Limits to post‐fire vegetation recovery under climate change
RH Nolan, L Collins, A Leigh, MKJ Ooi, TJ Curran, TA Fairman, ...
Plant, cell & environment 44 (11), 3471-3489, 2021
Wildfire refugia in forests: Severe fire weather and drought mute the influence of topography and fuel age
L Collins, AF Bennett, SWJ Leonard, TD Penman
Global Change Biology 25 (11), 3829-3843, 2019
Training data requirements for fire severity mapping using Landsat imagery and random forest
L Collins, G McCarthy, A Mellor, G Newell, L Smith
Remote Sensing of Environment 245, 111839, 2020
Giving ecological meaning to satellite-derived fire severity metrics across North American forests
SA Parks, LM Holsinger, MJ Koontz, L Collins, E Whitman, MA Parisien, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (14), 1735, 2019
Eucalypt forests dominated by epicormic resprouters are resilient to repeated canopy fires
L Collins
Journal of Ecology 108 (1), 310-324, 2020
Examining the relative effects of fire weather, suppression and fuel treatment on fire behaviour–A simulation study
TD Penman, L Collins, OF Price, RA Bradstock, S Metcalf, DMO Chong
Journal of environmental management 131, 325-333, 2013
What do the Australian Black Summer fires signify for the global fire crisis?
RH Nolan, DMJS Bowman, H Clarke, K Haynes, MKJ Ooi, OF Price, ...
Fire 4 (4), 97, 2021
Reducing the risk of house loss due to wildfires
TD Penman, AE Nicholson, RA Bradstock, L Collins, SH Penman, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 67, 12-25, 2015
Warmer and drier conditions have increased the potential for large and severe fire seasons across south‐eastern Australia
L Collins, H Clarke, MF Clarke, SC McColl Gausden, RH Nolan, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 31 (10), 1933-1948, 2022
Responding to the biodiversity impacts of a megafire: A case study from south‐eastern Australia’s Black Summer
WL Geary, A Buchan, T Allen, D Attard, MJ Bruce, L Collins, TE Ecker, ...
Diversity and Distributions 28 (3), 463-478, 2022
Can precipitation influence landscape controls on wildfire severity? A case study within temperate eucalypt forests of south-eastern Australia
L Collins, RA Bradstock, TD Penman
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (1), 9-20, 2013
Can gullies preserve complex forest structure in frequently burnt landscapes?
L Collins, RA Bradstock, EM Tasker, RJ Whelan
Biological Conservation 153, 177-186, 2012
Aboveground carbon sequestration in dry temperate forests varies with climate not fire regime
CE Gordon, ER Bendall, MG Stares, L Collins, RA Bradstock
Global change biology 24 (9), 4280-4292, 2018
Influence of fuels, weather and the built environment on the exposure of property to wildfire
TD Penman, L Collins, AD Syphard, JE Keeley, RA Bradstock
PLoS One 9 (10), e111414, 2014
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