Timothy J Curran
Timothy J Curran
Senior Lecturer in Ecology, Lincoln University
Verified email at lincoln.ac.nz - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Impacts of wind disturbance on fragmented tropical forests: a review and synthesis
WF Laurance, TJ Curran
Austral Ecology 33 (4), 399-408, 2008
1342008
Wood density predicts plant damage and vegetative recovery rates caused by cyclone disturbance in tropical rainforest tree species of North Queensland, Australia
TJ Curran, LN Gersbach, W Edwards, AK Krockenberger
Austral Ecology 33 (4), 442-450, 2008
682008
The invasive weed Lantana camara increases fire risk in dry rainforest by altering fuel beds
ZC Berry, K Wevill, TJ Curran
Weed Research 51 (5), 525-533, 2011
412011
Plant functional traits explain interspecific differences in immediate cyclone damage to trees of an endangered rainforest community in north Queensland
TJ Curran, RL Brown, E Edwards, K Hopkins, C Kelley, E Mccarthy, ...
Austral Ecology 33 (4), 451-461, 2008
382008
A quantitative assessment of shoot flammability for 60 tree and shrub species supports rankings based on expert opinion
SV Wyse, GLW Perry, DM O’Connell, PS Holland, MJ Wright, CL Hosted, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 25 (4), 466-477, 2016
342016
Functional and environmental determinants of bark thickness in fire‐free temperate rain forest communities
SJ Richardson, DC Laughlin, MJ Lawes, RJ Holdaway, JM Wilmshurst, ...
American Journal of Botany 102 (10), 1590-1598, 2015
192015
Planning guidelines for koala conservation and recovery: A guide to best planning practice
C McAlpine, J Rhodes, A Peterson, H Possingham, J Callaghan, T Curran, ...
Australian Koala Foundation and The University of Queensland, 2007
172007
Modelling the growth of young rainforest trees for biomass estimates and carbon sequestration accounting
ND Preece, MJ Lawes, AK Rossman, TJ Curran, P van Oosterzee
Forest Ecology and Management 351, 57-66, 2015
152015
Lack of quantitative training among early-career ecologists: a survey of the problem and potential solutions
F Barraquand, THG Ezard, PS Jørgensen, N Zimmerman, S Chamberlain, ...
PeerJ 2, e285, 2014
132014
Traits associated with drought survival in three Australian tropical rainforest seedlings
JM Deines, JJ Hellmann, TJ Curran
Australian Journal of Botany 59 (7), 621-629, 2011
112011
Shoot-Level Flammability of Species Mixtures is Driven by the Most Flammable Species: Implications for Vegetation-Fire Feedbacks Favouring Invasive Species
SV Wyse, GLW Perry, TJ Curran
Ecosystems, 2017
102017
Exploring fire adaptation in a land with little fire: serotiny in Leptospermum scoparium (Myrtaceae)
PF Battersby, JM Wilmshurst, TJ Curran, MS McGlone, GLW Perry
Journal of biogeography 44 (6), 1306-1318, 2017
102017
Farmland, food, and bioenergy crops need not compete for land
CP Littlejohn, TJ Curran, R Hofmann, SD Wratten
Solutions Journal, 2015
102015
Water relations of woody plants on contrasting soils during drought: does edaphic compensation account for dry rainforest distribution?
TJ Curran, PJ Clarke, NWM Warwick
Australian Journal of Botany 57 (8), 629-639, 2010
102010
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, 2017
92017
A broad typology of dry rainforests on the western slopes of New South Wales
TJ Curran, PJ Clarke, JJ Bruhl
Cunninghamia 10 (3), 381-405, 2008
82008
Effects of a severe frost on riparian rainforest restoration in the Australian wet tropics: foliage retention by species and the role of forest shelter
TJ Curran, EM Reid, C Skorik
Restoration ecology 18 (4), 408-413, 2010
72010
Rainforest, drought and soil type: Phytogeography and functional and evolutionary ecology of dry rainforest on the western slopes of New South Wales
TJ Curran
University of New England, 2006
72006
Microhabitat variation in Usnea biomass on mountain beech in Nina Valley, New Zealand
JM Dent, TJ Curran, A Rafat, HL Buckley
New Zealand journal of botany 51 (4), 328-333, 2013
62013
Rediscovery of Ooline Cadellia pentastylis near Gunnedah: notes on the habitat and ecology of this dry rainforest tree
TJ Curran, SR Curran
Cunninghamia 9, 311-316, 2005
62005
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