Azharul Alam
Azharul Alam
Postdoctoral Fellow
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Green firebreaks as a management tool for wildfires: Lessons from China
X Cui, MA Alam, GLW Perry, AM Paterson, SV Wyse, TJ Curran
Journal of Environmental Management 233, 329-336, 2019
Termite sensitivity to temperature affects global wood decay rates
A Zanne, H Flores-Moreno, J Powell, W Cornwell, J Dalling, A Austin, ...
Science 377 (6613), 1440-1444, 2022
Shoot flammability is decoupled from leaf flammability, but controlled by leaf functional traits
MA Alam, SV Wyse, HL Buckley, GLW Perry, JJ Sullivan, NWH Mason, ...
Journal of Ecology 108 (2), 641-653, 2020
Managing fire and biodiversity in the wildland-urban interface: A role for green firebreaks
TJ Curran, GLW Perry, SV Wyse, MA Alam
Fire 1 (1), 3, 2018
The COVID-19 pandemic: a threat to forest and wildlife conservation in Bangladesh?
MS Rahman, MA Alam, S Salekin, MAH Belal, MS Rahman
Trees, Forests and People 5, 100119, 2021
Shoot flammability of vascular plants is phylogenetically conserved and related to habitat fire-proneness and growth form
X Cui, AM Paterson, SV Wyse, MA Alam, KJL Maurin, R Pieper, ...
Nature Plants 6, 355-359, 2020
Salinity reduces site quality and mangrove forest functions. From monitoring to understanding
S Ahmed, SK Sarker, DA Friess, M Kamruzzaman, M Jacobs, MA Islam, ...
Science of the Total Environment 853, 158662, 2022
Soluble carbohydrates and relative growth rates in chloro‐, cyano‐and cephalolichens: effects of temperature and nocturnal hydration
MA Alam, Y Gauslaa, KA Solhaug
New Phytologist 208 (3), 750-762, 2015
Fungal tissue per se is stronger as a UV-B screen than secondary fungal extrolites in Lobaria pulmonaria
Y Gauslaa, MA Alam, PL Lucas, DP Chowdhury, KA Solhaug
Fungal Ecology 26, 109-113, 2017
Shoot‐level flammability across the Dracophyllum (Ericaceae) phylogeny: evidence for flammability being an emergent property in a land with little fire
X Cui, AM Paterson, MA Alam, SV Wyse, K Marshall, GLW Perry, ...
New Phytologist, 2020
How to optimize lichen relative growth rates in growth cabinets
The Lichenologist 48 (4), 305-310, 2016
Intraspecific variation in shoot flammability in Dracophyllum rosmarinifolium is not predicted by habitat environmental conditions
X Cui, AM Paterson, GLW Perry, SV Wyse, MA Alam, C Huang, S Zhou, ...
Forest Ecosystems 9, 100017, 2022
Night time temperature and day time irradiance on photosynthesis and growth of cucumber: Potential and possibilities for energy saving
MA Alam
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, ┼s, 2016
Growth chamber experiments on lichens: temperature and humidity regimes rapidly shape growth rates and carbohydrate contents
MA Alam
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, ┼s, 2014
Measuring flammability of crops, pastures, fruit trees, and weeds: a novel tool to fight wildfires in agricultural landscapes
T Pagadala, MA Alam, TMR Maxwell, TJ Curran
Science of The Total Environment 906, 167489, 2023
Plant functional traits associated with shoot flammability: A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Ecology atá…
MA Alam
Lincoln University, 2019
Climatic conditions affect shoot flammability by influencing flammability‐related functional traits in non‐fire‐prone habitats
X Cui, D Dai, C Huang, B Wang, S Li, C You, AM Paterson, GLW Perry, ...
New Phytologist, 2023
Temperature sensitivity of termites determines global wood decay rates
AE Zanne, H Flores-Moreno, JR Powell, WK Cornwell, JW Dalling, ...
Variation in understorey floristic composition regeneration and fire hazard under Acacia invaded forest canopy in New Zealand
MA Alam, TJ Curran, JJ Sullivan
Forest Ecology and Management 554, 121671, 2024
Inter-specific competition between seeds and seedlings of two confamilial tropical trees
S Salekin, MN Hossain, MA Alam, SH Limon, MS Rahman
Community Ecology 24 (3), 333-342, 2023
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