Lindsay B. Hutley


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Research interests

Lindsay Hutley is a plant physiologist with expertise in plant ecology, ecophysiology, ecohydrology, land-atmosphere exchange and soil science. Lindsay completed his PhD in forest hydrology/botany at the University of Queensland. Lindsay held several post-doctoral fellowships at Charles Darwin University and is now an Associate Professor in the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods. His recent work has focused on quantifying fluxes of carbon, water and energy balance from a range of ecosystems, including mangroves, temperate old-growth forests and Eucalypt-dominated tropical savanna ecosystems of north Australia.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Queensland

Award Date: 2 Jul 1997

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Research Output

Carbon, water and energy fluxes in agricultural systems of Australia and New Zealand

Cleverly, J., Vote, C., Isaac, P., Ewenz, C., Harahap, M., Beringer, J., Campbell, D. I., Daly, E., Eamus, D., He, L., Hunt, J., Grace, P., Hutley, L. B., Laubach, J., McCaskill, M., Rowlings, D., Rutledge Jonker, S., Schipper, L. A., Schroder, I., Teodosio, B. & 5 others, Yu, Q., Ward, P. R., Walker, J. P., Webb, J. A. & Grover, S. P. P., 15 Jun 2020, In : Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 287, p. 1-16 16 p., 107934.

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  • Effect of elevated magnesium sulfate on two riparian tree species potentially impacted by mine site contamination

    Canham, C. A., Cavalieri, O. Y., Setterfield, S. A., Freestone, F. L. & Hutley, L. B., 19 Feb 2020, In : Scientific Reports. 10, p. 1-9 9 p., 2880.

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    Open Access
  • Land transformation in tropical savannas preferentially decomposes newly added biomass, whether C3 or C4 derived

    Wynn, J. G., Duvert, C., Bird, M. I., Munksgaard, N. C., Setterfield, S. A. & Hutley, L. B., 8 Jun 2020, In : Ecological Applications. p. 1-16 16 p., e02192.

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  • Mangrove blue carbon stocks and dynamics are controlled by hydrogeomorphic settings and land-use change

    Sasmito, S. D., Sillanpää, M., Hayes, M. A., Bachri, S., Saragi-Sasmito, M. F., Sidik, F., Hanggara, B. B., Mofu, W. Y., Rumbiak, V. I., Hendri, Taberima, S., Suhaemi, Nugroho, J. D., Pattiasina, T. F., Widagti, N., Barakalla, Rahajoe, J. S., Hartantri, H., Nikijuluw, V., Jowey, R. N. & 8 others, Heatubun, C. D., zu Ermgassen, P., Worthington, T. A., Howard, J., Lovelock, C. E., Friess, D. A., Hutley, L. B. & Murdiyarso, D., May 2020, In : Global Change Biology. 26, 5, p. 3028-3039 12 p.

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    Open Access
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    Net landscape carbon balance of a tropical savanna: Relative importance of fire and aquatic export in offsetting terrestrial production

    Duvert, C., Hutley, L. B., Beringer, J., Bird, M. I., Birkel, C., Maher, D. T., Northwood, M., Rudge, M., Setterfield, S. A. & Wynn, J. G., 19 Jul 2020, In : Global Change Biology.

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  • Datasets

    Dry River (NT) OzFlux tower site

    Hutley, L. B. (Creator), Beringer, J. (Creator), Charles Darwin University - Datasets, 2016



    Body fluid osmolality and hydric relations of frogs from monsoonal northern Australia

    Author: Reynolds, S., May 2011

    Supervisor: Christian, K. (Supervisor), Hutley, L. B. (Supervisor) & Tracy, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU


    Carbon balance of a eucalypt open forest savanna of Northern Australia

    Author: Chen, X., Oct 2002

    Supervisor: Eamus, D. (Supervisor) & Hutley, L. B. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU


    Effects of Andropogon gayanus (Gamba grass) invasion on ecosystem nitrogen dynamics in an Australian tropical savanna

    Author: Rossiter - Rachor, N., 2008

    Supervisor: Setterfield, S. (Supervisor), Douglas, M. (Supervisor), Hutley, L. B. (Supervisor) & Cook, G. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU


    I spy with my little eye: something beginning with ... fire

    Author: Edwards, A., Jan 2011

    Supervisor: Hutley, L. B. (Supervisor) & Maier, S. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU


    Potential greenhouse gas emission reductions and carbon sequestration benefits from rehabilitating mangroves in Sulawesi, Indonesia

    Author: Cameron, C., Oct 2018

    Supervisor: Hutley, L. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) - CDU