Chris Eastaugh
Chris Eastaugh
School of Environment, Science and Engineering, Southern Cross University
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor scu.edu.au
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Assessing the impacts of climate change and nitrogen deposition on Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst) growth in Austria with BIOME-BGC
CS Eastaugh, E Pötzelsberger, H Hasenauer
Tree Physiology 31 (3), 262-274, 2011
662011
Selecting the best performing fire weather indices for Austrian ecoregions
A Arpaci, CS Eastaugh, H Vacik
Theoretical and applied climatology 114 (3-4), 393-406, 2013
502013
Extreme temperature conditions and wildland fires in Spain
A Cardil, CS Eastaugh, DM Molina
Theoretical and applied climatology 122 (1-2), 219-228, 2015
392015
Scaling issues in forest ecosystem management and how to address them with models
R Seidl, CS Eastaugh, K Kramer, M Maroschek, C Reyer, J Socha, ...
European Journal of Forest Research 132 (5-6), 653-666, 2013
392013
Adaptations of forests to climate change: a multidisciplinary review
C Eastaugh, B Eng
IUFRO Secretariat, 2008
392008
Does biomass growth increase in the largest trees? Flaws, fallacies and alternative analyses
D Sheil, CS Eastaugh, M Vlam, PA Zuidema, P Groenendijk, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (3), 568-581, 2017
292017
Impacts of climate change on the establishment, distribution, growth and mortality of Swiss stone pine (Pinus cembra L.)
S Boden, P Pyttel, CS Eastaugh
iForest-biogeosciences and Forestry 3 (4), 82, 2010
29*2010
A cautionary note regarding comparisons of fire danger indices.
CS Eastaugh, A Arpaci, H Vacik
Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences 12 (4), 2012
252012
Comparing simulations of three conceptually different forest models with National Forest Inventory data
MO Huber, CS Eastaugh, T Gschwantner, H Hasenauer, G Kindermann, ...
Environmental modelling & software 40, 88-97, 2013
242013
Deriving forest fire ignition risk with biogeochemical process modelling
CS Eastaugh, H Hasenauer
Environmental Modelling & Software 55, 132-142, 2014
222014
Forest agencies’ early adaptations to climate change
C Eastaugh, C Reyer, P González-Moreno, J Wu, AG Biscaia, ...
IUFRO Occasional Paper 23, 2009
182009
Climate change impacts on African forests and people.
C Eastaugh, LB Cheteu, J Cobbinah, F Dwomoh, B Foahom, E Foli, ...
IUFRO occasional paper, 2010
172010
Quantifying the altered hydrologic connectivity of forest roads resulting from decommissioning and relocation
CS Eastaugh, PK Rustomji, PB Hairsine
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (14), 2438-2448, 2008
162008
Biases in volume increment estimates derived from successive angle count sampling
CS Eastaugh, H Hasenauer
Forest Science 59 (1), 1-14, 2013
132013
Fire size/frequency modelling as a means of assessing wildfire database reliability
CS Eastaugh, H Vacik
Austrian Journal of Forest Science 129 (3/4), 222-241, 2012
132012
Climate characteristics across the Austrian forest estate from 1960 to 2008
CS Eastaugh, R Petritsch, H Hasenauer
Austrian J For Sci 127, 133-146, 2010
122010
Scaling issues and constraints in modelling of forest ecosystems: a review with special focus on user needs. Baltic fore.
CS Eastaugh, A Kangur, H Korjus, A Kiviste, T Zlatanov, I Velichkov, ...
Baltic Forestry 19 (2), 316-330, 2013
112013
Forest road networks: metrics for coverage, efficiency and convenience
CS Eastaugh, D Molina
Australian Forestry 74 (1), 54-61, 2011
102011
Forest riad and fuelbreak siting with respect to reference fire intensities
CS Eastaugh, DM Molina
Forest systems 21 (1), 153-161, 2012
92012
Relationships between the mean trees by basal area and by volume: reconciling form factors in the classic Bavarian yield and volume tables for Norway spruce
CS Eastaugh
European journal of forest research 133 (5), 871-877, 2014
72014
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