Dr Ian Davies
ANU College of Medicine, Biology and Environment
Areas of expertise
- Forestry Fire Management 070503
- Population Ecology 060207
- Environmental Management 050205
- Ecological Impacts Of Climate Change 050101
- Speciation And Extinction 060311
- Landscape Ecology 050104
- Natural Resource Management 050209
- Software Engineering 080309
- Gignoux, J, Cherel, G, Davies, I et al 2017, 'Emergence and complex systems: The contribution of dynamic graph theory', Ecological Complexity, vol. 31, pp. 34-49.
- Banks, S.C., McBurney, L., Blair, D., Davies, I.D. and Lindenmayer, D.B., 2016. Where do animals come from during post-fire population recovery? Implications for ecological and genetic patterns in post-fire landscapes. Ecography, doi:1111/ecog.02251.
- Cary GJ, Davies ID, Bradstock RA, Keane RE, Flannigan MD (2017) Importance of fuel treatment for limiting moderate-to-high intensity fire: findings from comparative fire modelling. Landscape Ecology.(Online early, August 2016)
- Davies ID, Cary GJ, Landguth EL, Lindenmayer DB, Banks SC. 2016. Implications of recurrent disturbance for genetic diversity. Ecology and Evolution, 6, 1181-1196.
- Cary GJ, Keane RE, Flannigan MD, Davies ID, Li C, Parsons RA and participants in three international landscape-fire model comparisons (2015) What determines area burned in large landscapes? Insights from a decade of comparative landscape-fire modelling, Large Wildland Fires, ed. Keane, Robert E.; Jolly, Matt; Parsons, Russell; Riley, Karin, US Department of Agriculture, US, pp. 262-266.
- Banks SC, Cary GJ, Smith A, Davies I, Driscoll D, Gill AM, Lindenmayer DB, Peakhall R. 2013. How does ecological disturbance influence genetic diversity? Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 28: 670-679.
- Keane RE, Cary GJ, Flannigan MD et al. (2013) Exploring the role of fire, succession, climate, and weather on landscape dynamics using comparative modelling. Ecological Modelling 266: 172-186.
- Quetier, F, Lavorel, S, Liancourt, P et al 2012, 'Assessing long-term land-use legacies in subalpine grasslands by using a plant trait-based generic modelling framework', Plant Ecology and Diversity, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 391-402.
- Bradstock RA, Cary GJ, Davies I, Lindenmayer DB, Price OF. 2012. Wildfires, fuel treatment and risk mitigation in Australian eucalypt forests: Insights from landscape-scale simulation. Journal of Environmental Management, 105: 66-75.
- Gignoux, J, Davies, I, Flint, S et al 2011, 'The Ecosystem in Practice: Interest and Problems of an Old Definition for Constructing Ecological Models', Ecosystems, vol. 14, pp. 1039-1054.
- Midgley, G, Davies, I, Albert, C et al 2010, 'BioMove - an integrated platform simulating the dynamic response of species to environmental change', Ecography, vol. 33, pp. 612-616.
- Cary GJ, Flannigan MD, Keane RE, et al. (2009) Relative importance of fuel management, ignition management and weather for area burned: evidence from five landscape-fire-succession models. International Journal of Wildland Fire 18: 147-156.
- Nightingale, J, Hill, M, Phinn, S et al 2008, 'Use of 3-PG and 3-PGS to simulate forest growth dynamics of Australian tropical rainforests II. An integrated system for modelling forest growth and scenario assessment within the wet tropics bioregion', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 254, no. 2, pp. 122-133.
- Albert, C, Thuiller, W, Lavorel, S et al 2008, 'Land-use change and subalpine tree dynamics: colonization of Larix decidua in French subalpine grasslands', Journal of Applied Ecology, vol. 45, pp. 659-669.
- Nightingale, J, Hill, M, Phinn, S et al 2008, 'Use of 3-PG and 3-PGS to simulate forest growth dynamics of Australian tropical rainforests I. Parameterisation and calibration for old-growth, regenerating and plantation forests', Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 254, pp. 107-121.
- Quetier, F, Lavorel, S, Thuiller, W et al 2007, 'Plant-Trait-Based Modeling Assessment of Ecosystem-Service Sensitivity to Land-Use Change', Ecological Applications, vol. 17, no. 8, pp. 2377-2386.
- Keane RE, Cary GJ, Davies ID, Flannigan MD, et al. (2007) Understanding Global Fire Dynamics by Classifying and Comparing Spatial Models of Vegetation and Fire. In: Joseph G Canadell, Diane E Pataki, Louis F Pitelka (ed.), Terrestrial Ecosystems in a Changing World, Springer, Germany, pp. 139-148.
- Roxburgh, S & Davies, I 2006, 'COINS: an integrative modelling shell for carbon accounting and general ecological analysis', Environmental Modelling and Software, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 359-374.
- Lavorel, S, Quetier, F, Thebault, A et al 2006, 'Vulnerability to land use change of services provided by alpine landscapes', in Martin Price (ed.), Global Change in Mountain Regions, Sapiens Publishing, UK, pp. 215-216.
- Lavorel, S, QuÃ©tier, F, Thebault, A et al 2006, 'Vulnerability to land use change of services provided by alpine landscapes', Open Science Conference on Global Change in Mountain Regions (GLOCHAMORE 2005), ed. Price M.F., Sapiens Publishing, Duncow, pp. 215-216.
- Cary GJ, Keane RE, Gardner RH, Lavorel S, Flannigan MD, et al. (2006) Comparison of the sensitivity of landscape-fire-succession models to variation in terrain, fuel pattern, climate and weather. Landscape Ecology 21: 121-137.
- Grigulis, K, Lavorel, S, Davies, I et al 2005, 'Landscape-scale positive feedbacks between fire and expansion of the large tussock grass, Ampelodesmos mauritanica in Catalan shrublands', Global Change Biology, vol. 11, pp. 1042-1053.
- Druckenbrod, D, Shugart, H & Davies, I 2005, 'Spatial pattern and process in forest stands within the Virginia piedmont', Journal of Vegetation Science, vol. 16, pp. 37-48.
- Roxburgh, S, Barrett, D, Berry, S et al 2004, 'A critical overview of model estimates of net primary productivity for the Australian continent', Functional Plant Biology, vol. 31, pp. 1043-1059.
- Keane RE, Cary GJ, Davies ID, et al. (2004) A classification of landscape fire succession models: Spatial simulations of fire and vegetation dynamics. Ecological Modelling 179: 3-27.
- Cousins, S, Lavorel, S & Davies, I 2003, 'Modelling the effects of landscape pattern and grazing regimes on the persistence of plant species with high conservation value in grasslands in south eastern Sweden', Landscape Ecology, vol. 18, pp. 315-332.