Publications

EucFACE: investigating the effects of elevated CO2 on eucalypt woodland.

49. Le Breton, T. D., Lyons, M. B., Nolan, R. H., Penman, T., Williamson, G. J., Ooi, M. K. J. 2022. Megafire-induced interval squeeze threatens vegetation at landscape scales. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

48. Price, O.H., Nolan, R.H., Samson, S.A., 2022. Fuel consumption rates in resprouting eucalypt forest during hazard reduction burns, cultural burns and wildfires. Forest Ecology and Management 505, 119894.

47. Nolan, R.H., Price, O.F., Samson, S.A., Jenkins, M.E., Rahmani, S., Boer, M.M., 2022. Framework for assessing live fine fuel loads and biomass consumption during fire. Forest Ecology and Management 504, 119830.

46. Griebel, A., Peters, J., Metzen, D., Maier, C., Barton, C., Speckman, H., Boer, M., Nolan, R., Choat, B., Pendall, E., 2022. Tapping into the physiological responses to mistletoe infection during heat and drought stress. Tree Physiology 42(3), 523-536.

45. Nolan, R.H., Bowman, D.M.J.S., Clarke, H., Haynes, K., Ooi, M.K.J., Price, O.F., Williamson, G.J., Whittaker, J., Bedward, M., Boer, M.M., Cavanagh, V.I., Collins, L., Gibson, R.K., Griebel, A., Jenkins, M.E., Keith, D.A., Mcilwee, A.P., Penman, T.D., Samson, S.A., Tozer, M.G., Bradstock, R.A., 2021. What do the Australian Black Summer fires signify for the global fire crisis? Fire 4, 97.

44. Martin, M.A., Sendra, O.A., Bastos, A., Bauer, N., Bertram, C., Blenckner, T., Bowen, K., Brando, P.M., Rudolph, T.B., Büchs, M., Bustamante, M., Chen, D., Cleugh, H., Dasgupta, P., Denton, F., Donges, J.F., Donkor, F.K., Duan, H., Duarte, C.M., Ebi, K.L., Edwards, C.M., Engel, A., Fisher, E., Fuss, S., Gaertner, J., Gettelman, A., Girardin, C.A.J., Golledge, N.R., Green, J.F., Grose, M.R., Hashizume, M., Hebden, S., Hepach, H., Hirota, M., Hsu, H.-H., Kojima, S., Lele, S., Lorek, S., Lotze, H.K., Matthews, H.D., McCauley, D., Mebratu, D., Mengis, N., Nolan, R.H., Pihl, E., Rahmstorf, S., Redman, A., Reid, C.E., Rockström, J., Rogelj, J., Saunois, M., Sayer, L., Schlosser, P., Sioen, G.B., Spangenberg, J.H., Stammer, D., Sterner, T.N.S., Stevens, N., Thonicke, K., Tian, H., Winkelmann, R., Woodcock, J., 2021. Ten new insights in climate science 2021 – a horizon scan. Global Sustainability, 1-39.

43. Nolan, R.H., Collins, L., Leigh, A., Ooi, M.K.J., Curran, T.J., Fairman, T.A., Resco de Dios, V., Bradstock, R., 2021. Limits to post-fire vegetation recovery under climate change. Plant, Cell & Environment 44, 3471– 3489.

42. Wang, B., Spessa, A., Feng, P., Hou, X., Yue, C., Luo, J.-J., Ciais, P., Waters, C., Cowie, A., Nolan, R.H., Nikonovas, T., Jin, H., Walshaw, H., Wei, J., Guo, X., Liu, D.L., Yu, Q., 2021. Extreme fire weather is the major driver of severe bushfires in southeast Australia. Science Bulletin.

41. Poyatos, R., Granda, V., Flo, V., Adams, M.A., Adorján, B., Aguadé, D., Aidar, M.P.M., Allen, S., et al., 2021. Global transpiration data from sap flow measurements: the SAPFLUXNET database. Earth System Science Data 13, 2607-2649.

40. Griebel, A., Metzen, D., Pendall, E., Nolan, R.H., Clarke, H., Renchon, A.A., Boer, M.M., 2021. Recovery from severe mistletoe infection after heat- and drought-induced mistletoe death. Ecosystems.

39. Nolan, R.H., Gauthey, A., Losso, A., Medlyn, B.E., Smith, R., Chhajed, S.S., Fuller, K., Song, M., Li, X., Beaumont, L.J., Boer, M.M., Wright, I.J., Choat, B., 2021. Hydraulic failure and tree size linked with canopy die-back in eucalypt forest during extreme drought. New Phytologist 230, 1354-1365.

38. Resco de Dios, V., Nolan, R.H., 2021. Some challenges for forest fire risk predictions in the 21st century. Forests 12, 469.

37. Collins, L., Bradstock, R.A., Clarke, H., Clarke, M.F., Nolan, R.H., Penman, T.D., 2021. The 2019/2020 mega-fires exposed Australian ecosystems to an unprecedented extent of high-severity fire. Environmental Research Letters 16 044029

36. Abram, N.J., Henley, B.J., Sen Gupta, A., Lippmann, T.J.R., Clarke, H., Dowdy, A.J., Sharples, J.J., Nolan, R.H., Zhang, T., Wooster, M.J., Wurtzel, J.B., Meissner, K.J., Pitman, A.J., Ukkola, A.M., Murphy, B.P., Tapper, N.J., Boer, M.M., 2021. Connections of climate change and variability to large and extreme forest fires in southeast Australia. Communications Earth & Environment 2, 8.

35. Nolan, R.H., Rahmani, S., Samson, S.A., Simpson-Southward, H.M., Boer, M.M., Bradstock, R.A., 2020. Bark attributes determine variation in fire resistance in resprouting tree species. Forest Ecology and Management, 474, 118385.

34. Santini, N.S., Villarruel-Arroyo, A., Adame, M.F., Lovelock, C.E., Nolan, R.H., Gálvez-Reyes, N., González, E.J., Olivares-Resendiz, B., Mastretta-Yanes, A., Piñero, D., 2020. Organic carbon stocks of Mexican montane habitats: variation among vegetation types and land-use. Frontiers in Environmental Science 8.

33. Resco de Dios, V., Anderegg, W.R.L., Li, X., Tissue, D.T., Bahn, M., Landais, D., Milcu, A., Yao, Y., Nolan, R.H., Roy, J., Gessler, A., 2020. Circadian regulation does not optimize stomatal behaviour. Plants 9, 1091.

32. Nolan, R.H., Blackman, C.J., de Dios, V.R., Choat, B., Medlyn, B.E., Li, X., Bradstock, R.A., Boer, M.M., 2020. Linking forest flammability and plant vulnerability to drought. Forests 11, 779.

31. Bradstock, R.A., Nolan, R.H., Collins, L., Resco de Dios, V., Clarke, H., Jenkins, M. et al. (2020). A broader perspective on the causes and consequences of eastern Australia’s 2019–20 season of mega-fires: A response to Adams et al. Global Change Biology, 26, e8-e9.

30. Tarin, T., Nolan, R.H., Eamus, D. & Cleverly, J. (2020). Carbon and water fluxes in two adjacent Australian semi-arid ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 281, 107853.

29. Tarin, T., Nolan, R.H., Medlyn, B.E., Cleverly, J. & Eamus, D. (2020). Water-use efficiency in a semi-arid woodland with high rainfall variability. Global Change Biology, 26, 496-508.

28. Nolan, R.H., Boer, M.M., Collins, L., Resco de Dios, V., Clarke, H., Jenkins, M. et al. (2020). Causes and consequences of eastern Australia’s 2019–20 season of mega-fires. Global Change Biology, 26, 1039-1041.

27. Kattge, J., Bönisch, G., Díaz, S., Lavorel, S., Prentice, I.C., Leadley, P. et al. (2020). TRY plant trait database – enhanced coverage and open access. Global Change Biology, 26, 119-188.

26. Yebra, M., Scortechini, G., Badi, A., Beget, M.E., Boer, M.M., Bradstock, R., Chuvieco, E., Danson, F.M., Dennison, P., Resco de Dios, V., Di Bella, C.M., Forsyth, G., Frost, P., Garcia, M., Hamdi, A., He, B., Jolly, M., Kraaij, T., Martín, M.P., Mouillot, F., Newnham, G., Nolan, R.H., Pellizzaro, G., Qi, Y., Quan, X., Riaño, D., Roberts, D., Sow, M., Ustin, S. (2019) Globe-LFMC, a global plant water status database for vegetation ecophysiology and wildfire applications. ScientificData 6, 155.

25. Santini, N. S., Adame, M. F., Nolan, R. H., Miquelajauregui, Y., Piñero, D., Mastretta-Yanes, A.,  Cuervo-Robayo, Á. P., Eamus, E. (2019) Storage of organic carbon in the soils of Mexican temperate forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 446, 115-125.

24. Nolan, R.H., Sinclair, J., Waters, C.M., Mitchell, P.J., Eldridge, D.J., Paul, K.I., Roxburgh, S., Butler, D.W., Ramp, D. (2019) Risks to carbon dynamics in semi-arid woodlands of eastern Australia under current and future climates. Journal of Environmental Management 235, 500-510.

23. Geng, Q., Ren, Q., Nolan, R.H., Wu, P. and Yu, Q. (2019). Assessing China’s agricultural water use efficiency in a green-blue water perspective: A study based on data envelopment analysis. Ecological Indicators, 96: 329-335.

22. Nolan, R.H., Hedo, J., Arteaga, C., Sugai, T. and Resco de Dios, V., (2018). Physiological drought responses improve predictions of live fuel moisture dynamics in a Mediterranean forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 263: 417-427.

21. Zhu, Q., Yang, X., Yu, B., Tulau, M., McInnes-Clarke, S., Nolan, R. H., Du, Z., Yu, Q. (2019). Estimation of event-based rainfall erosivity from radar after wildfire. Land Degradation & Development, 30(1): 33-48.

20. Rumman, R., Cleverly, J., Nolan, R.H., Tarin, T., Eamus, D. (2018). Speculations on the application of foliar 13C discrimination to reveal groundwater dependency of vegetation, provide estimates of root depth and rates of groundwater use. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 22: 4875-4889.

19. Nolan, R.H., Drew, D.M., O’Grady, A.P., Pinkard, E.A., Paul, K., Roxburgh, S.H., Mitchell, P.J., Bruce, j., Battaglia, M., Ramp, D., (2018). Safeguarding reforestation efforts against changes in climate and disturbance regimes. Forest Ecology and Management, 424: 458-467.

18. Nolan, R. H., Sinclair, J., Eldridge, D. J. Ramp, D. (2018), Biophysical risks to carbon sequestration and storage in Australian drylands, Journal of Environmental Management, 208: 102-111.

17. Nolan, R. H., Robinson, R., Vesk, P. A. (2018), Recovery potential of micro-wetlands from agricultural land uses, Ecological Management & Restoration, 19: 81-84.

16. Nolan, R.H., Tarin, T., Rumman, R., Cleverly, J., Fairweather, K.A., Zolfaghar, S., Santini, N.S., O’Grady, A.P., Eamus, D. (2018) Contrasting ecophysiology of two widespread arid zone tree species with differing access to water resources. Journal of Arid Environments, 153, 1-10.

15. Santini, N. S., Cleverly, J., Faux, R., McBean, K., Nolan, R. H., Eamus, D. (2018), Root xylem characteristics and contrasting hydraulic strategies of species co-occurring in semi-arid Australia. Wood Anatomists Journal, 39: 43-62

14. Boer, M. M., Nolan, R. H., Resco de Dios, V., Clarke, H., Price, O. F., Bradstock, R. A. (2017), Changing weather extremes call for early warning of potential for catastrophic fire, Earth’s Future, 5: 1196-1202.

13. Nolan, R. H., Tarin, T., Santini, N. S., McAdam, S. Ruman, R., Eamus, D. (2017), Differences in osmotic adjustment, foliar abscisic acid dynamics and stomatal regulation between an isohydric and anisohydric woody angiosperm during drought, Plant, Cell & Environment, 40: 3122-3134.

12. Nolan, R. H., Tarin, T., Fairweather, K. A., Cleverly, J., Eamus, D. (2017), Variation in photosynthetic traits related to access to water in semiarid Australian woody species. Functional Plant Biology, 44(11): 1087-1097.

11. Nolan, R. H., Fairweather, K. A., Tarin, T., Santini, S. S., Cleverly, J., Faux, R. (2017), Divergence in plant water-use strategies in semiarid woody species. Functional Plant Biology, 44(11): 1134-1146.

10. Tong, A., Li, J., Nolan, R. H., Yu, Q. (2017), Biophysical controls of soil respiration in a wheat-maize rotation system in the North China Plain. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 246: 231-240.

9. Benyon, R. G., Nolan, R. H., Hawthorn, S. N. D., Lane, P. N. J. (2017), Stand-level variation in evapotranspiration in non-water-limited eucalypt forests. Journal of Hydrology, 551: 233-244.

8. Eamus, D., Huete, A., Cleverly, J., Nolan, R. H., Ma, X., Tarin, T., Santini, N. S. (2016), Mulga, a major tropical dry open forest of Australia: recent insights to carbon and water fluxes. Environmental Research Letters, 125011.

7. Nolan, R. H., Boer, M. M., Resco de Dios, V., Caccamo, G., Bradstock, R. A. (2016), Large-scale dynamic transformations in fuel moisture drive wildfire activity across southeastern Australia. Geophysical Research Letters, 43: 4229-4238.

6. Nolan, R. H., Resco de Dios, V., Boer, M. M., Caccamo, G., Goulden, M. L., Bradsrock, R. A. (2016), Predicting dead fine fuel moisture at regional scales using vapour pressure deficit from MODIS and gridded weather data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 174: 100-108.

5. Nolan, R.H., Lane, P.N.J., Benyon, R.G, Bradstock, R.A., Mitchell, P.J. (2015), Trends in evapotranspiration and streamflow following wildfire in resprouting eucalypt forests. Journal of Hydrology, 524: 614-624.

4. Resco de Dios, V., Fellows, A. W., Nolan, R. H., Boer, M. M., Bradstock, R. A., Domingo, F., Goulden, M. L. (2015) A semi-mechanistic model for predicting the moisture content of fine litter. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 203: 64-73.

3. Nolan, R. H., Lane, P. N. J., Benyon, R. G., Bradstock, R. A. & Mitchell, P. J. (2014), Changes in evapotranspiration following wildfire in resprouting eucalypt forests. Ecohydrology, 7: 1363-1377.

2. Nolan, R. H., Mitchell, P. J., Bradstock, R. A. & Lane, P. N. J. (2014), Structural adjustments in resprouting trees drive differences in post-fire transpiration. Tree Physiology, 34: 123-136.

1. Vesk, P., Nolan, R., Thomson, J.R., Dorrough, J. & MacNally, R. (2008), Time lags in provision of habitat resources through revegetation. Biological Conservation, 141(1): 174-186.

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