Assaf Inbar
Assaf Inbar
Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University
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Forest fire effects on soil chemical and physicochemical properties, infiltration, runoff, and erosion in a semiarid Mediterranean region
A Inbar, M Lado, M Sternberg, H Tenau, M Ben-Hur
Geoderma 221, 131-138, 2014
Using polyacrylamide to mitigate post-fire soil erosion
A Inbar, M Ben-Hur, M Sternberg, M Lado
Geoderma 239, 107-114, 2015
Performance of GEDI Space-Borne LiDAR for Quantifying Structural Variation in the Temperate Forests of South-Eastern Australia
S Dhargay, CS Lyell, TP Brown, A Inbar, GJ Sheridan, PNJ Lane
Remote Sensing 14 (15), 3615, 2022
Evaluating models of shortwave radiation below Eucalyptus canopies in SE Australia
P Nyman, D Metzen, SND Hawthorne, TJ Duff, A Inbar, PNJ Lane, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 246, 51-63, 2017
Effectiveness of Granular Polyacrylamide to Reduce Soil Erosion During Consecutive Rainstorms in a Calcic Regosol Exposed to Different Fire Conditions
M Lado, A Inbar, M Sternberg, M Ben‐Hur
Land Degradation & Development 27 (5), 1453-1462, 2016
Forest Structure Drives Fuel Moisture Response across Alternative Forest States
TP Brown, A Inbar, TJ Duff, J Burton, PJ Noske, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Fire 4 (3), 48, 2021
Climate dictates magnitude of asymmetry in soil depth and hillslope gradient
A Inbar, P Nyman, FK Rengers, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (13), 6514-6522, 2018
The role of fire in the coevolution of soils and temperate forests
A Inbar, P Nyman, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Water Resources Research 56 (8), e2019WR026005, 2020
The sensitivity of fuel moisture to forest structure effects on microclimate
TP Brown, A Inbar, TJ Duff, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 316, 108857, 2022
Long-term hydrological response emerges from forest self-thinning behaviour and tree sapwood allometry
A Inbar, R Trouvé, RG Benyon, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Science of The Total Environment 852, 158410, 2022
Critical climate thresholds for fire in wet, temperate forests
RG Benyon, A Inbar, GJ Sheridan, PNJ Lane
Forest Ecology and Management 537, 120911, 2023
Variable self-thinning explains hydrological responses to stand replacement in even-aged forests
RG Benyon, A Inbar, GJ Sheridan, CS Lyell, PNJ Lane
Journal of Hydrology 618, 129157, 2023
Modelling sub-canopy landscape-scale shortwave radiation in Eucalyptus forests using a modified Beer-Lambert law combined with airborne LiDAR
C Lyell, P Nyman, T Duff, G Newnham, A Inbar, P Lane, T Brown, ...
EGU23, 2023
The role of fire in the coevolution of vegetation, soil and landscapes in south eastern Australia
A Inbar
Forest reorganisation effects on fuel moisture content can exceed changes due to climate warming in wet temperate forests
TP Brown, TJ Duff, A Inbar, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Global Change Biology 30 (1), e17023, 2024
Predicting sub-continental fuel hazard under future climate and rising [CO2]-combining ground-based observations with optimal plant behaviour in a machine learning approach
J Yang, L Teckentrup, A Inbar, J Knauer, M Jiang, B Medlyn, O Price, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2023
Climate succession: a framework for predicting vegetation dynamics driven by climate change
B Medlyn, L Williams, J Knauer, A Inbar, C Stephens, R Gallagher, ...
EGU23, 2023
Predicting sub‐continental fuel hazard under future climate and rising atmospheric CO2 concentration
J Yang, L Teckentrup, A Inbar, J Knauer, M Jiang, B Medlyn, O Price, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology, 2023
Indirect effects of climate change on forest structure alters fuel availability in wet Eucalypt forests
T Brown, A Inbar, T Duff, P Lane, G Sheridan
Advances in Forest Fire Research, 894-898, 2022
A forest fuel dryness forecasting system that integrates an automated fuel sensor network, gridded weather, landscape attributes and machine learning models
CS Lyell, U Nattala, RC Joshi, Z Joukhadar, J Garber, S Mutch, A Inbar, ...
Advances in Forest Fire Research, 21-27, 2022
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