Tom Fairman is a PhD student in the School of Ecosystem & Forest Sciences at The University of Melbourne. He has a background in forestry, urban forest research, forest carbon assessment and modelling, working across State Government and the University sector.
He is progressing through a PhD on the ecology of temperate eucalypt forests and the effect of increasingly frequent wildfires.
PhD Candidate, University of Melbourne
Researcher, University of Melbourne
Carbon Policy & Project Officer, Victorian Department of Sustainability & Environment
The University of Melbourne, Master of Forest Ecosystem Science
The University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Science
Too much, too soon? A review of the effects of increasing wildfire frequency on tree mortality and regeneration in temperate eucalypt forests, International Journal of Wildland Fire
Fuel reduction burning mitigates wildfire impacts on forest carbon and greenhouse gas emission, International Journal of Wildland Fire
An indicative estimate of carbon stocks on Victoria's publicly managed land using FullCAM, Australian Forestry