2019 and ‘in press’
Davies HF, Rioli W, Puruntatameri J, Roberts W, Kerinaiua C, Kerinauia V, Womatakimi KB, Gillespie GR, Murphy BP (in press) Estimating site-occupancy and detectability of the threatened partridge pigeon (Geophaps smithii) using camera traps. Austral Ecology Accepted 28/02/19.
Geyle H, Guillera-Arroita G, Davies HF, Firth R, Murphy BP, Nimmo D, Ritchie EG, Nicholson E (in press) Towards meaningful monitoring: A case study of a threatened rodent. Austral Ecology doi:10.1111/aec.12667.
La Marca W, Elith J, Firth R, Murphy BP, Regan T, Woinarski JCZ, Nicholson E (in press) The influence of data source and species distribution modelling method on spatial conservation priorities. Diversity and Distributions Accepted 15/03/19.
Nguyen TT, Murphy BP, Baker PJ (in press) The existence of a fire-mediated tree-recruitment bottleneck in an Asian savanna. Journal of Biogeography doi:10.1111/jbi.13518.
Potter LC, Brady CJ, Murphy BP (in press) Accuracy of identifications of mammal species from camera trap images: a northern Australian case study. Austral Ecology doi: 10.1111/aec.12681.
Hohnen R, Murphy BP, Gates J, Legge SM, Dickman CR, Woinarski JCZ (2019) Detecting and protecting the threatened Kangaroo Island dunnart (Sminthopsis aitkeni). Conservation Science and Practice 1, e4.
Davies HF, McCarthy MA, Firth R, Woinarski JCZ, Gillespie G, Andersen AN, Rioli W, Puruntatameri J, Roberts W, Kerinaiua C, Kerinauia V, Womatakimi KB, Murphy BP (2018) Declining populations in one of the last refuges for threatened mammal species in northern Australia. Austral Ecology 43, 602-612.
Davies HF, McCarthy MA, Rioloi W, Puruntatameri J, Roberts W, Kerinaiua C, Kerinauia V, Womatakimi KB, Andersen AN, Murphy BP (2018) An experimental test of whether pyrodiversity promotes mammal diversity in a northern Australian savanna. Journal of Applied Ecology 55, 2124-2134.
Freeman ME, Murphy BP, Richards AE, Vesk PA, Cook GD (2018) Facultative and obligate trees in a mesic savanna: Fire effects on savanna structure imply contrasting strategies of eco-taxonomic groups. Frontiers in Plant Science 9, article 644. (Open access)
Geyle H, Woinarski JCZ, Baker B, Dickman CR, Dutson G, Fisher D, Ford H, Holdsworth M, Jones M, Kutt A, Legge SM, Leiper I, Lyon R, Murphy BP, Menkhorst P, Reside A, Ritchie EG, Roberts F, Tingley R, Garnett ST (2018) Quantifying extinction risk and forecasting the number of impending Australian bird and mammal extinctions. Pacific Conservation Biology 24, 157-167. (Open access)
Kelly LT, Haslem A, Murphy BP (2018) Hot Topics in Ecology: Managing fire for plant and animal conservation. Austral Ecology doi.org/10.1111/aec.12604.
Murphy BP, Prior LD, Cochrane MA, Williamson GJ, Bowman DMJS (2018) Biomass consumption by surface fires across Earth’s most fire-prone continent. Global Change Biology 25, 254-268.
Prior LD, Murphy BP, Bowman DMJS (2018) Conceptualising flammability: an experimental test of three frameworks. Fire 1, article 14. (Open access)
Woinarski JCZ, Murphy BP, Legge SM, Dickman CR, Doherty TS, Edwards G, Palmer R, Nankivill A (2018) How many reptiles are killed by cats in Australia? Wildlife Research 45, 247-266.
Woinarski JCZ, Murphy BP, Dickman CR, Legge SM, Doherty TS (2018) A hidden toll: Australia’s cats kill almost 650 million reptiles a year. The Conversation, 26 June 2018, http://theconversation.com/a-hidden-toll-australias-cats-kill-almost-650-million-reptiles-a-year-98854.
Woolley LA, Murphy BP, Radford IJ, Westaway J, Woinarski JCZ (2018) Cyclones, fire, and termites: the drivers of tree hollow abundance in northern Australia’s mesic tropical savanna. Forest Ecology and Management 419-420, 146-159.
Davies HF, McCarthy MA, Firth R, Woinarski JCZ, Gillespie G, Andersen AN, Geyle H, Nicholson E, Murphy BP (2017) Top-down control of species distributions: feral cats driving the regional extinction of a threatened rodent in northern Australia. Diversity and Distributions 23, 272-283.
Freeman ME, Vesk PA, Murphy BP, Cook GD, Richards AE, Williams RJ (2017) Defining the fire trap: extension of the persistence equilibrium model in mesic savannas. Austral Ecology 42, 890-899.
Legge S, Murphy BP, McGregor H, Woinarski JCZ, Augusteyn J, Ballard G, Baseler M, Buckmaster T, Dickman C, Doherty T, Edwards G, Eyre T, Ferguson D, Forsyth DM, Geary WL, Gentle M, Gillespie G, Greenwood L, Hohnen R, Hume S, Johnson CN, Maxwell M, McDonald P, Morris K, Moseby K, Newsome T, Nimmo D, Paltridge R, Ramsey R, Read J, Rendall A, Rich M, Ritchie EG, Rowland J, Short J, Stokeld D, Sutherland DR, Wayne AF, Woodford L, Zewe F (2017) Enumerating a continental-scale threat: how many feral cats are in Australia? Biological Conservation 206, 293-303.
Miller BP, Murphy BP (2017) Fire and Australian vegetation. Australian Vegetation (ed. Keith DA), pp. 113-134. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Prior LD, Murphy BP, Williamson GJ, Cochrane MA, Jolly WM, Bowman DMJS (2017) Does inherent flammability of grass and litter fuels contribute to continental patterns of landscape fire activity? Journal of Biogeography 44, 1225-1238.
Stevens N, Lehmann CER, Murphy BP, Durigan G (2017) Savanna woody encroachment is widespread across three continents. Global Change Biology 23, 235-244.
Woinarski JCZ, Murphy BP, Legge SM (2017) Australia felix. Australian Birdlife, December 2017, 34-37.
Woinarski JCZ, Murphy BP, Legge SM, Garnett ST, Lawes MJ, Comer S, Dickman CR, Doherty TS, Edwards G, Nankivell A, Paton D, Palmer R, Woolley LA (2017) How many birds are killed by cats in Australia? Biological Conservation 214, 76-87.
Woinarski JCZ, Murphy BP, Woolley LA, Legge SM, Garnett ST, Doherty TS (2017) For whom the bell tolls: cats kill more than a million Australian birds every day. The Conversation, 4 October 2017, http://theconversation.com/for-whom-the-bell-tolls-cats-kill-more-than-a-million-australian-birds-every-day-85084.
Woinarski JCZ, Woolley LA, Garnett ST, Legge SM, Murphy BP, Lawes MJ, Comer S, Dickman CR, Doherty TS, Edwards G, Nankivell A, Palmer R, Paton D (2017) Compilation and traits of Australian bird species killed by feral cats. Biological Conservation 216, 1-9.
Boer MM, Bowman DMJS, Murphy BP, Cary GJ, Cochrane MA, Fensham RJ, Krawchuk MA, Price OF, Resco De Dios V, Williams RJ, Bradstock RA (2016) Future changes in climatic water balance determine potential for transformational shifts in Australian fire regimes. Environmental Research Letters 11, 065002. (Open access)
Bowman DMJS, Perry GLW, Higgins SI, Johnson CN, Fuhlendorf SD, Murphy BP (2016) Pyrodiversity is the coupling of biodiversity and fire regimes in food-webs. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371, 20150169. (Open access)
Bowman DMJS, Williamson GJ, Prior LD, Murphy BP (2016) The relative importance of intrinsic and extrinsic factors in the decline of obligate seeder forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25, 1166-1172. (Open access)
Fraser IP, Williams RJ, Murphy BP, Camac JS, Vesk PA (2016) Fuels and landscape flammability in an Australian alpine environment. Austral Ecology 41, 657-670.
Murphy BP, Andersen AN, Parr CL (2016) The underestimated biodiversity of tropical grassy biomes. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371, 20150319.
Murphy BP, Lawes MJ, Bowman DMJS (2016) Pattern, prediction and parsimony in continental-scale synthesis of pyromes: a reply to Gosper et al. Journal of Biogeography 43, 636-638. (Open access)
Ritchie EG, Murphy BP (2016) EcoCheck: Australia’s vast, majestic northern savannas need more care. The Conversation, 26 August 2016, http://theconversation.com/ecocheck-australias-vast-majestic-northern-savannas-need-more-care-59897.
Trauernicht C, Murphy BP, Prior LD, Lawes MJ, Bowman DMJS (2016) Human imposed, fine-grained patch burning explains the population stability of a fire-sensitive conifer in a frequently burnt northern Australia savanna. Ecosystems 19, 898-909.
Wagner FH, Hérault B, Bonal D, Stahl C, Anderson LO, Baker TR, Becker SG, Beeckman H, Souza DB, Botosso PC, Bowman DMJS, Bräuning A, Brede B, Brown FI, Camarero JJ, Camargo PB, Carvalho FA, Castro W, Chagas RK, Chave J, Chidumayo EN, Clark DB, Clark DA, Costa FRC, Couralet C, da Silva Mauricio PH, Dalitz H, de Castro VR, de Oliveira EC, de Souza Arruda L, Devineau J-L, dos Santos Saraiva R, Drew DM, Dünisch O, Durigan G, Elifuraha E, Fedele M, Felli JM, Ferreira-Fedele L, Filho AF, Finger CAG, Franco AC, Freitas Júnior JL, Gliniars R, de Alencastro Graça PML, Griffiths AD, Grogan J, Guan K, Homeier J, Kanieski MR, Kho LK, Koenig J, Kohler SV, Krepkowski J, Lemos-Filho JP, Lieberman D, Lieberman ME, Lisi CS, Ayala JLL, Maeda EE, Malhi Y, Maria VRB, Chamba HM, Mbwambo L, Melgaço KLL, Mendivelso HAC, Murphy BP, O’Brien JJ, Oberbauer SF, Ohashi S, Okada N, Pélissier R, Prior LD, Ross M, Rossatto DR, Rossi V, Rowland L, Rutishauser E, Santana H, Schulze M, Selhorst D, Silveira M, Spannl S, Swaine MD, Toledo JJ, Toledo MM, Toledo M, Toma T, Filho MT, Hernández JIV, Verbesselt J, Vieira SA, Vincent G, Volkmer de Castilho C, Volland F, Worbes M, Zanon MLB, Aragão LEOC (2016) Climate seasonality limits leaf carbon assimilation and wood productivity in tropical forests. Biogeosciences 13, 2537-2562. (Open access)
Williamson GJ, Prior LD, Jolly M, Cochrane MA, Murphy BP, Bowman DMJS (2016) Measurement of inter- and intra-annual variability of landscape fire activity at a continental scale: the Australian case. Environmental Research Letters 11, article 035003. (Open access)
Clarke PJ, Lawes MJ, Murphy BP, Russell-Smith J, Nano CEM, Bradstock R, Enright NJ, Fontaine JB, Gosper CR, Radford I, Midgley JJ (2015) A synthesis of postfire recovery traits of woody plants in Australian ecosystems. Science of the Total Environment 534, 31-42. (Open access)
Cook GD, Liedloff AC, Murphy BP (2015) Predicting the effects of fire management on carbon stock dynamics using statistical and process-based modelling. Carbon Accounting and Savanna Fire Management (eds Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J). CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Cook GD, Liedloff AC, Murphy BP (2015) Towards a methodology for increase in carbon sequestration through implementation of less severe fire regimes in savannas. Carbon Accounting and Savanna Fire Management (eds Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J). CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Lawes MJ, Murphy BP, Fisher A, Woinarski JCZ, Edwards AC, Russell-Smith J (2015) Small mammals decline with increasing fire extent in northern Australia: evidence from long-term monitoring in Kakadu National Park. International Journal of Wildland Fire 24, 712-722.
Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J (eds) (2015) Carbon Accounting and Savanna Fire Management. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Murphy BP, Liedloff AC, Cook GD (2015) Fire or water – which limits tree biomass in Australian savannas? Carbon Accounting and Savanna Fire Management (eds Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J). CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Murphy BP, Liedloff AC, Cook GD (2015) Does fire limit tree biomass in Australian savannas? International Journal of Wildland Fire 24, 1-13.
Murphy BP, Woinarski JCZ (2015) Northern Australia’s vanishing mammals. Ecological Society of Australia Hot Topics, http://www.ecolsoc.org.au/hot-topics/northern-australia%E2%80%99s-vanishing-mammals.
Russell-Smith J, Bristow M, Brocklehurst P, Cook GD, Cuff N, Edwards AC, Fisher R, Hutley LB, Jacklyn P, James G, Legge S, Liedloff AC, Lynch D, Maier S, Meyer CP, Monagle C, Murphy BP, Whitehead PJ, Yates CP (2015) Where to from here? Carbon Accounting and Savanna Fire Management (eds Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J). CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Russell-Smith J, Murphy BP, Lawes MJ (2015) Both fire size and frequency matter—A response to Griffiths et al. Biological Conservation 192, 477. (Open access)
Russell-Smith J, Yates CP, Edwards AC, Whitehead PJ, Murphy BP, Lawes MJ (2015) Deriving multiple benefits from carbon market-based savanna fire management: an Australian example. PLOS ONE 10, e0143426. (Open access)
Trauernicht C, Brook BW, Murphy BP, Williamson GJ, Bowman DMJS (2015) Local and global pyrogeographic evidence that indigenous fire management creates pyrodiversity. Ecology and Evolution 9, 1908-1918. (Open access)
Yates CP, Russell-Smith J, Murphy BP, Desailly M, Evans J, Legge S, Lynch D, Edwards AC (2015) Fuel accumulation, consumption and fire patchiness in the lower rainfall savanna region. Carbon Accounting and Savanna Fire Management (eds Murphy BP, Edwards AC, Meyer CP, Russell-Smith J). CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Ziembicki MR, Woinarski JCZ, Webb JK, Vanderduys E, Tuft K, Smith JG, Ritchie EG, Reardon TB, Radford IJ, Preece N, Perry J, Murphy BP, McGregor H, Legge S, Leahy L, Lawes MJ, Kanowski J, Johnson CN, James A, Griffiths AD, Gillespie G, Frank A, Fisher A, Burbidge AA (2015) Stemming the tide: progress towards resolving the causes of decline and implementing management responses for the disappearing mammal fauna of northern Australia. Therya 6, 169-225. (Open access)
Bowman DMJS, MacDermott HJ, Nichols SC, Murphy BP (2014) A grass–fire cycle eliminates an obligate-seeding tree in a tropical savanna. Ecology and Evolution 4, 4185-4194. (Open access)
Bowman DMJS, Murphy BP, Neyland DLJ, Williamson GJ, Prior LD (2014) Abrupt fire regime change may cause landscape-wide loss of mature obligate seeder forests. Global Change Biology 20, 1008-1015.
Bowman DMJS, Murphy BP, Williamson GJ, Cochrane MA (2014) Pyrogeographic models, feedbacks and the future of global fire regimes. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23, 821-824. (Open access)
Butler DW, Fensham RJ, Murphy BP, Haberle SG, Bury SJ, Bowman DMJS (2014) Aborigine-managed forest, savanna and grassland: biome switching in montane eastern Australia. Journal of Biogeography 41, 1492-1505.
Murphy BP, Davies HF (2014) There is a critical weight range for Australia’s declining tropical mammals. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23, 1058-1061. (Open access)
Murphy BP, Lehmann CER, Russell-Smith J, Lawes MJ (2014) Fire regimes and woody biomass dynamics in Australian savannas. Journal of Biogeography 41, 133-144.
Russell-Smith J, Edwards AC, Woinarski JCZ, Fisher A, Murphy BP, Lawes MJ, Crase B, Thurgate N (2014) North Australian tropical savannas: the Three Parks Savanna Fire-Effects Plot Network. Biodiversity and Environmental Change: Monitoring, Challenges and Direction (eds Lindenmayer D, Burns E, Thurgate N, Lowe A), pp. 335-378. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Williamson GJ, Murphy BP, Bowman DMJS (2014) Cattle grazing does not reduce fire severity in eucalypt forests and woodlands of the Australian Alps. Austral Ecology 39, 462-468.
Bowman DMJS, Murphy BP, Boer MM, Bradstock RA, Cary GJ, Cochrane MA, Fensham RJ, Krawchuk MA, Price OF, Williams RJ (2013) Forest fire management, climate change and the risk of catastrophic carbon losses. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11, 66-68.
Bradshaw CJA, Bowman DMJS, Bond NR, Murphy BP, Moore AD, Fordham DA, Thackway R, Lawes MJ, McCallum H, Gregory SD, Dalal RC, Boer MM, Lynch J, Bradstock RA, Brook BW, Henry BK, Hunt LP, Fisher DO, Hunter D, Johnson CN, Keith DA, Lefroy EC, Penman TD, Meyer W, Thomson JR, Thornton CM, VanDerWal J, Williams RJ, Keniger L, Specht A (2013) Brave new green world – consequences of a carbon economy for the conservation of Australian biodiversity. Biological Conservation 161, 71-90.
Brodribb T, Bowman DMJS, Grierson P, Murphy BP, Nichols S, Prior LD (2013) Conservative water management in the widespread conifer genus Callitris. AoB PLANTS 5, plt052. (Open access)
Murphy BP (2013) An Evaluation of Fire Management in the Stone Country of Kakadu National Park. Unpublished report for Parks Australia. School of Botany, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
Murphy BP (2013) Arnhem Land tropical savanna. Biomes and Ecosystems: An Encyclopedia (ed RW Howarth), pp. 303-305. Salem Press, Ispwich, Massachusetts.
Murphy BP (2013) Savanna burning: carbon pays for conservation in northern Australia. The Conversation, 22 February 2013, http://theconversation.edu.au/savanna-burning-carbon-pays-for-conservation-in-northern-australia-12185.
Murphy BP, Bradstock RA, Boer MM, Carter J, Cary GJ, Cochrane MA, Fensham RJ, Russell-Smith J, Williamson GJ, Bowman DMJS (2013) Fire regimes of Australia: a pyrogeographic model system. Journal of Biogeography 40, 1048-1058.
Trauernicht C, Murphy BP, Tangalin N, Bowman DMJS (2013) Cultural legacies, fire ecology and environmental change in the Stone Country of Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park, Australia. Ecology and Evolution 3, 286-297.Trauernicht C, Murphy BP, Portner T, Bowman DMJS (2012) Tree cover–fire interactions promote the persistence of a fire-sensitive conifer in a highly flammable savanna. Journal of Ecology 100, 958-968.
Williamson GJ, Murphy BP, Bowman DMJS (2013) New research shows alpine grazing does not reduce blazing. The Conversation, 26 November 2013, http://theconversation.com/new-research-shows-alpine-grazing-does-not-reduce-blazing-20705.
Bowman DMJS, Murphy BP, Burrows GE & Crisp MD (2012) Fire regimes and the evolution of the Australian biota. Flammable Australia: Fire Regimes and Biodiversity in a Changing World (eds RA Bradstock, AM Gill & RJ Williams), pp. 27-48. CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria.
Murphy BP, Bowman DMJS (2012) What controls the distribution of tropical forest and savanna? Ecology Letters 15, 748-758. (Open access)
Murphy BP, Trauernicht C, Bowman DMJS (2012) Scientists and national park managers are failing northern Australia’s vanishing mammals. The Conversation, 20 December 2012, http://theconversation.edu.au/scientists-and-national-park-managers-are-failing-northern-australias-vanishing-mammals-10089.
Murphy BP, Williamson GJ, Bowman DMJS (2012) Did central Australian megafaunal extinction coincide with abrupt ecosystem collapse or gradual climate change? Global Ecology and Biogeography 21, 142-151.
Tng DYP, Murphy BP, Weber E, Sanders G, Williamson GJ, Kemp J, Bowman DMJS (2012) Humid tropical rain forest has expanded into eucalypt forest and savanna over the last 50 years. Ecology and Evolution 2, 34-45. (Open access)
Trauernicht C, Murphy BP, Portner T, Bowman DMJS (2012) Tree cover–fire interactions promote the persistence of a fire-sensitive conifer in a highly flammable savanna. Journal of Ecology 100, 958-968.