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Mila Bristow
Mila Bristow
Northern Territory Government, Primary Industries, Australia
Verified email at nt.gov.au
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Tree species diversity and ecosystem function: can tropical multi-species plantations generate greater productivity?
PD Erskine, D Lamb, M Bristow
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 205-210, 2006
3492006
Mixed-species plantations: Prospects and challenges
JD Nichols, M Bristow, JK Vanclay
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 383-390, 2006
2412006
Growth and species interactions of Eucalyptus pellita in a mixed and monoculture plantation in the humid tropics of north Queensland
M Bristow, JK Vanclay, L Brooks, M Hunt
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 285-294, 2006
1272006
Fire in Australian savannas: from leaf to landscape
J Beringer, LB Hutley, D Abramson, SK Arndt, P Briggs, M Bristow, ...
Global change biology 21 (1), 62-81, 2015
1132015
Exploring the potential of high resolution worldview-3 Imagery for estimating yield of mango
MM Rahman, A Robson, M Bristow
Remote Sensing 10 (12), 1866, 2018
772018
Growth and physiological response of six Australian rainforest tree species to a light gradient
J Kelly, S Jose, JD Nichols, M Bristow
Forest Ecology and Management 257 (1), 287-293, 2009
622009
Production of cuttings in response to stock plant temperature in the subtropical eucalypts, Corymbia citriodora and Eucalyptus dunnii
SJ Trueman, TV McMahon, M Bristow
New Forests 44, 265-279, 2013
582013
Species-site matching in mixed species plantations of native trees in tropical Australia
DG Manson, S Schmidt, M Bristow, PD Erskine, JK Vanclay
Agroforestry systems 87, 233-250, 2013
392013
Production of Eucalyptus cloeziana cuttings in response to stock plant temperature
SJ Trueman, TV McMahon, M Bristow
Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 60-69, 2013
362013
Quantifying the relative importance of greenhouse gas emissions from current and future savanna land use change across northern Australia
M Bristow, LB Hutley, J Beringer, SJ Livesley, AC Edwards, SK Arndt
Biogeosciences 13 (22), 6285-6303, 2016
292016
Vulnerability of native savanna trees and exotic Khaya senegalensis to seasonal drought
SK Arndt, GJ Sanders, M Bristow, LB Hutley, J Beringer, SJ Livesley
Tree physiology 35 (7), 783-791, 2015
262015
Reforestation in the tropics and subtropics of Australia: using rainforest tree species
PD Erskine, D Lamb, M Bristow
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, 2005
262005
Nutrient partitioning among the roots, hedge and cuttings of Corymbia citriodora stock plants
SJ Trueman, TV McMahon, M Bristow
Journal of soil science and plant nutrition 13 (4), 977-989, 2013
222013
Modelling predicts positive and negative interactions between three Australian tropical tree species in monoculture and binary mixture
DG Manson, J Hanan, M Hunt, M Bristow, PD Erskine, D Lamb, S Schmidt
Forest ecology and management 233 (2-3), 315-323, 2006
212006
Growing rainforest timber trees-A farm forestry manual for north Queensland
M Bristow, M Annandale, A Bragg
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, 2005
212005
Improving productivity in mixed-species plantations
M Bristow, JD Nichols, JK Vanclay
Forest Ecology and Management 233 (2-3), 193-194, 2006
202006
Thinning and pruning to maximise yields of high value timber products from tropical and sub-tropical hardwood plantations
GR Dickinson, W Leggate, M Bristow, M Nester, MJ Lewty
Australian Forest Growers Biennial Conference: Opportunities for the New …, 2000
202000
Multiple livelihood strategies and high floristic diversity increase the adaptive capacity and resilience of Sri Lankan farming enterprises
K Melvani, M Bristow, J Moles, B Crase, M Kaestli
Science of The Total Environment 739, 139120, 2020
192020
Species performance and site relationships for rainforest timber species in plantations in the humid tropics of Queensland
M Bristow, PD Erskine, S McNamara, M Annandale
Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, 2005
162005
Promising high-value hardwood plantation tree species for the dry tropics of Queensland.
G Dickinson, M Bristow, N Kelly
152004
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