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Researcher: Love, PT (Dr Peter Love)

Fields of Research

Climate Change Processes
Climatology (excl. Climate Change Processes)
Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
Forestry Management and Environment
Tropospheric and Stratospheric Physics
Atmospheric Dynamics
Forestry Fire Management
Agricultural Spatial Analysis and Modelling
Surfacewater Hydrology
Environmental Science and Management
Environmental Management
Global Change Biology
Meteorology
Natural Hazards
Forestry Pests, Health and Diseases
Environmental Engineering
Environmental Impact Assessment
Risk Engineering (excl. Earthquake Engineering)
Invasive Species Ecology

Research Objectives

Effects of Climate Change and Variability on Australia (excl. Social Impacts)
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Atmospheric Processes and Dynamics
Social Impacts of Climate Change and Variability
Forestry
Climate Variability (excl. Social Impacts)
Wine Grapes
Natural Hazards
Water Allocation and Quantification
Natural Hazards in Fresh, Ground and Surface Water Environments
Weather
Expanding Knowledge in Engineering
Ecosystem Adaptation to Climate Change
Forest and Woodlands Land Management
Remnant Vegetation and Protected Conservation Areas at Regional or Larger Scales
Climate Change Mitigation Strategies
Atmosphere and Weather
Hardwood Plantations
Climate and Climate Change

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

An assessment of the viability of prescribed burning as a management tool under a changing climate. A Report for the National Bushfire Mitigation Tasmanian Grants Program (NBMP)
An assessment of the viability of prescribed burning as a management tool under a changing climate: a Tasmanian case study; Research Forum at the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Conference
Australia's Wine Future - A Climate Atlas; University of Tasmania
ENSO influence on QBO modulations of the tropical tropopause; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society
Exploring the future of fuel loads in Tasmania, Australia: shifts in vegetation in response to changing fire weather, productivity, and fire frequency; Forests
Exploring the future of fuel loads in Tasmania. Shifts in vegetation in response to changing fire weather, productivity, and fire frequency; 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation
Gravity wave momentum flux in the mesosphere measured by VHF radar at Davis, Antarctica; Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
High resolution regional climate model simulations available through the ACECRC Climate Futures team: what we have and how they can be used; 22nd International Congress on Modelling and Simulation
Impact of Climate Change on Weather Related Fire Risk in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. Climate Change and Bushfire Research Initiative
Radiosonde observations of gravity waves in the lower stratosphere over Davis, Antarctica; Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
Review of climate impact change work undertaken, research gaps and opportunities in the Tasmanian context
Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Climate Change and Bushfire Research Initiative
Tropical gravity wave momentum fluxes and latent heating distributions; Journal of The Atmospheric Sciences

Research Projects

A characterisation of synoptic weather features often associated with extreme events in SE Australia and Tasmania. Stage 1 - Common features of recent events; CRC for Bushfire Research (CRCB)
An assessment of the viability of prescribed burning as a management tool under a changing climate - Stage 2; Department of Police, Fire and Emergency Management [TAS] (DPEM)
Climate Change and Bushfire Research Initiative; Department of Environment and Energy (Cwth) (DoEE)
Analysis of the impact of climate change on weather-related fire risk factors in the TWWHA, TWWHA01/16
Future Climate Trajectories - Comparing Australian Wine Regions to other International Wine Regions out to 2100
Historical Network Analysis of TasNetworks power system during weather phenomena
Market Insights Regional Climate Snapshots
Modelling coincident extreme weather events under Tasmania's future climate
Regional Climate Change relevant to Hydro Tasmania
Review of Climate Science

Research Candidate Supervision