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Browsing by Author "Trollope, WSW"

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  • Van Leeuwen, TT; Van der Werf, GR; Hoffmann, AA; Detmers, RG; Rücker, G; French, NHF; Archibald, S; Carvalho Jr, JA; Cook, GD; De Groot, WJ; Hély, C; Kasischke, ES; Kloster, S; McCarty, JL; Pettinari, ML; Savadogo, P; Alvarado, EC; Boschetti, L; Manuri, S; Meyer, CP; Siegert, F; Trollope, LA; Trollope, WSW (European Geosciences Union (EGU), 2014)
    Landscape fires show large variability in the amount of biomass or fuel consumed per unit area burned. These fuel consumption (FC) rates depend on the biomass available to burn and the fraction of the biomass that is ...
  • Govender, N; Trollope, WSW; Van Wilgen, BW (Blackwell Publishing, 2006-08)
    Fire is important for the maintenance and conservation of African savanna ecosystems. Despite the importance of fire intensity as a key element of the fire regime, it is seldom measured or included in fire records. 2. We ...
  • Buitenwerf, R; Bond, WJ; Stevens, N; Trollope, WSW (Wiley, 2012-02)
    For the past century, woody plants have increased in grasslands and savannas worldwide. Woody encroachment may significantly alter ecosystem functioning including fire regimes, herbivore carrying capacity, biodiversity and ...
  • Smith, MD; Van Wilgen, BW; Burns, CE; Govender, N; Potgieter, ALF; Andelman, S; Biggs, HC; Botha, J; Trollope, WSW (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Botanical Society of China, 2012-05)
    The long-term effects of changing fire regimes on the herbaceous component of savannas are poorly understood but essential for understanding savanna dynamics. We present results from one of the longest running (>44 years) ...