Thomas Baker
Thomas Baker
University of Melbourne
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Timing of surgery following SARS-CoV-2 infection: an international prospective cohort study
COVIDSurg Collaborative
Anaesthesia 76 (6), 748-758, 2021
Using the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to assess land use impact on water resources in an East African watershed
TJ Baker, SN Miller
Journal of hydrology 486, 100-111, 2013
Testing the generality of above‐ground biomass allometry across plant functional types at the continent scale
KI Paul, SH Roxburgh, J Chave, JR England, A Zerihun, A Specht, ...
Global change biology 22 (6), 2106-2124, 2016
Effect of thinning, pruning and nitrogen fertiliser application on transpiration, photosynthesis and water-use efficiency in a young Eucalyptus nitens plantation
DI Forrester, JJ Collopy, CL Beadle, CR Warren, TG Baker
Forest Ecology and Management 266, 286-300, 2012
Effect of thinning, pruning and nitrogen fertiliser application on light interception and light-use efficiency in a young Eucalyptus nitens plantation
DI Forrester, JJ Collopy, CL Beadle, TG Baker
Forest Ecology and Management 288, 21-30, 2013
SARS-CoV-2 infection and venous thromboembolism after surgery: an international prospective cohort study.
C COVIDSurg, C GlobalSurg
Anaesthesia 77 (1), 28-39, 2022
Modelling and prediction of dominant height and site index of Eucalyptus globulus plantations using a nonlinear mixed-effects model approach
Y Wang, VM LeMay, TG Baker
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37 (8), 1390-1403, 2007
Distribution and forms of phosphorus and aluminum in acidic topsoils under pastures in south-eastern Australia
MJ McLaughlin, TG Baker, TR James, JA Rundle
Soil Research 28 (3), 371-385, 1990
Above-ground nutrient distribution and cycling in Pinus radiata D. Don and Eucalyptus obliqua L'Herit. forests in southeastern Australia
TG Baker, PM Attiwill
Forest Ecology and Management 13 (1-2), 41-52, 1985
Interactive effects of simultaneously applied thinning, pruning and fertiliser application treatments on growth, biomass production and crown architecture in a young Eucalyptus…
DI Forrester, JJ Collopy, CL Beadle, TG Baker
Forest ecology and management 267, 104-116, 2012
Evaluating long-term effects of prescribed fire regimes on carbon stocks in a temperate eucalypt forest
LT Bennett, C Aponte, TG Baker, KG Tolhurst
Forest Ecology and Management 328, 219-228, 2014
Effect of thinning and fertilizer on the cellulose crystallite width of Eucalyptus globulus
R Washusen, T Baker, D Menz, A Morrow
Wood Science and Technology 39 (7), 569-578, 2005
Distribution and cycling of nutrients in Pinus radiata as affected by past lupin growth and fertiliser
TG Baker, GR Oliver, PD Hodgkiss
Forest Ecology and Management 17 (2-3), 169-187, 1986
Validation of plantation transpiration in south-eastern Australia estimated using the 3PG+ forest growth model
PM Feikema, JD Morris, CR Beverly, JJ Collopy, TG Baker, PNJ Lane
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5), 663-678, 2010
Loss of organic matter and elements from decomposing litter of Eucalyptus obliqua L'Hrit. and Pinus radiata D. Don.
TG Baker, PM Attiwill
Dry matter, nitrogen and phosphorus content of litterfall and branchfall in Pinus radiata and Eucalyptus forests.
TG Baker
A socio-hydrological approach for incorporating gender into biophysical models and implications for water resources research
TJ Baker, B Cullen, L Debevec, Y Abebe
Applied Geography 62, 325-338, 2015
Biomass equations for Pinus radiata in Gippsland, Victoria
TG Baker, PM Attiwill, HTL Stewart
NZJ For. Sci 14 (1), 89-96, 1984
Climate change and Australia's plantation estate: analysis of vulnerability and preliminary investigation of adaptation options.
M Battaglia, JL Bruce, C Brack, T Baker
Forest & Wood Products Australia, 2009
Decreases in standing tree-based carbon stocks associated with repeated prescribed fires in a temperate mixed-species eucalypt forest
LT Bennett, C Aponte, KG Tolhurst, M Lw, TG Baker
Forest Ecology and Management 306, 243-255, 2013
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