Allan, G.E. and Giffin, G.F. 1986. Fire ecology of the hummock grasslands of central Australia. pp. 126–129. In Proc. 4th Biennial Conference of the Australian Rangeland Society, Armidale, Australia, August 24–27, 1986.
Barrett, E.C. and Curtis, L.F. 1992. Introduction to Environmental Remote Sensing. Third edition, Chapman and Hall, London.
Burbidge, N.T. 1943. Ecological succession observed during regeneration of Triodia pungens after burning. J R Soc West Aust 28: 149–156.
Burrows, N., Ward, B. and Robinson, A. 1991. Fire behaviour in spinifex fuels on the Gibson Desert Nature Reserve, Western Australia. J Arid Environ 20: 189–204.
Eberhart, K.E. and Woodard, P.M. 1987. Distribution of residual vegetation associated with large fires in Alberta. Can J For Res 17: 1207–1212.
Erdas-Imagine Version 8.2. Copyright 1995. ERDAS, Inc. Atlanta, Georgia.
Gill, A.M., Groves, R.H. and Noble, I.R. 1981. Fire and the Australian Biota. Australian Academy of Science.
Gill, A.M., Burrows, N.D. and Bradstock, R.A. 1995. Firc modelling and fire weather in an Australian desert. CALMScience Suppl 4: 29–34.
Greenslade, P. 1986. The Great Victoria Desert. Nature Conservation Society of South Australia Inc.
Griffin, G.F. and Allan, G.E. 1984. Fire behaviour. pp. 55–68. In Anticipating the Inevitable: a Patch Burn Strategy for Fire Management at Uluru (Ayers Rock-Mt Olga) National Park. Edited by Saxon, E. CSIRO Australia, Melbourne.
Griffin, G.F., Price N.F. and Portlock, H.F. 1983. Wildfires in the central Australian rangelands 1970–1980. J Environ Manage 17: 311–323.
Griffin, G.F., Morton, S.R. and Allan, G.E. 1988. Fire-Created Patch-Dynamics for Conservation Management in the Hummock Grasslands of Central Australia. Proc. International Grasslands Symposium, Huhhot, China.
Haydon, D.T., Friar, J.K. and Pianka, E.R. Fire-Driven Dynamic Mosaics in the Great Victoria Desert, Australia II: A Spatial and Temporal Landscape Model. Landscape Ecol, submitted.
Kimber, R. 1983. Back lightning: Aborigines and fire in central Australia and the Western Desert. Archeology Oceania 18: 38–45.
Masters, P. 1996. The effects of fire-driven succession on reptiles in spinifex grasslands at Uluru national Park, Northern Territory. Wild Res 23: 39–48.
McAlpine, R.S. and Wotton, B.M. 1993. The use of fractal dimension to improve wildland fire perimeter predicitions. Can J for Res 23: 1073–1077.
Pianka, E.R. 1969. Sympatry of desert lizards (Ctenotus) inWestern Australia. Ecology 50: 1012–1030.
Pianka, E.R. 1986. Ecology and Natural History of Desert Lizards. Analyses of the Ecological Niche and Community Structure. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.
Pianka, E.R. 1989. Desert lizard diversity: additional comments and some data. Am Nat 134: 344–364.
Pianka, E.R. 1992. Fire Ecology. Disturbance, spatial heterogeneity, and biotic diversity: fire succession in arid Australia. Res Expl 8: 352–371.
Pianka, E.R. 1994. Biodiversity of Australian desert lizards. pp. 259–281. In Biodiversity and Terrestrial Ecosystems. Edited by Peng C.-I. and Chou, C.H. Institute of Botany, Academica Sinica, Monograph Series No. 14
Pianka, E.R. 1996. Long-term changes in lizard assemblages in the Great Victoria desert: Dynamic habitat mosaics in response to wildfires. pp. 191–21. In Long-Term Studies of Vertebrate Communities. Chapter 8. Edited by Cody, M.L. and Smallwood, J.A. Academic Press, New York.
Pyne, S.J. 1991. Burning Bush: A Fire History of Australia. Holt.
Ralph, W. 1984. Fire in the centre. Ecos: C.S.I.R.O. Environ Res 40: 3–10.
Shephard, M. 1995. The Great Victoria Desert. Reed.
Stoyan, D. and Stoyan, H. 1994. Fractals, Random Shapes and Point Fields: Methods of Geometrical Statistics. Wiley series in probability and mathematical statistics. Wiley, New York, p. 103.
Wiens, J.A. 1997. Metapopulation dynamics and landscape ecology. pp. 43–60. In Metapopulation Biology: Ecology, Genetics, and Evolution. Edited by Hanski, I.A. and Gilpin, M.E. Academic Press, New York.
Winkworth, R.E. 1967. The composition of several arid spinifex grasslands of central Australia in relation to rainfall, soil water relations, and nutrients. Aust J Bot 15: 107–130.