This page contains links to PDF files of many older papers. These papers were published before publishing agreements prevented online distribution of PDF files. More recent papers can be viewed at Google Scholar and ResearchGate.
Cole I & Lunt ID (2005). Restoring kangaroo grass (Themeda triandra) to grassland and woodland understoreys: a review of establishment requirements and restoration exercises in SE Australia. Ecological Management and Restoration 6(1), 28-33.
Cole I, Lunt ID & Koen T (2005). Effects of sowing treatment and landscape position on establishment of the perennial tussock grass Themeda triandra (Poaceae) in degraded Eucalyptus woodlands in south-eastern Australia. Restoration Ecology 13(3), 552-561.
Michael DR, Lunt ID. & Robinson WA (2004). Enhancing fauna habitat in grazed native grasslands and woodlands: use of artificially-placed log refuges by fauna. Wildlife Research 31(1), 65-71.
Lunt ID (2003). A protocol for integrated management, monitoring and enhancement of degraded Themeda triandra grasslands based on plantings of indicator species. Restoration Ecology 11(2), 223-230.
Lunt ID (2002). Grazed, burnt and cleared: how ecologists have studied century-scale vegetation changes in Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 50(4), 391-407.
Lunt ID & Morgan JW (2002). The role of fire regimes in temperate lowland grasslands of south-eastern Australia. In Flammable Australia: The Fire Regimes and Biodiversity of a Continent, Eds R. Bradstock, J. Williams and A.M. Gill. pp. 177-196. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Oliver I, Smith PL, Lunt I & Parkes D (2002). Pre-1750 vegetation, naturalness and vegetation condition: what are the implications for biodiversity conservation? Ecological Management and Restoration 3(3), 176-178.
Prober SM, Thiele KR & Lunt ID (2002). Identifying ecological barriers to restoration in temperate grassy woodlands: soil changes associated with different degradation states. Australian Journal of Botany 50(6), 699-712.
Prober SM, Lunt ID & Thiele K (2002). Determining reference conditions for management and restoration of temperate grassy woodlands: relationships among trees, topsoils and understorey flora in little-grazed remnants. Australian Journal of Botany 50(6), 687-697.
Spooner P, Lunt I & Robinson W (2002). Is fencing enough? The short-term effects of stock exclusion in remnant grassy woodlands in southern NSW. Ecological Management and Restoration, 3(2), 117-126.
Lunt, I. (2001). Invited Editorial: Enhancing the links between restoration ecology and ecological restoration. Ecological Management and Restoration, 2(1), 3-4.
Costello, D.A., Lunt, I.D. and Williams, J.E. (2000). Effects of invasion by the indigenous shrub Acacia sophorae on plant composition of coastal grasslands in south-eastern Australia. Biological Conservation 96(1), 113-121.
Lunt, I.D. and Bennett, A.F. (2000). Temperate woodlands in Victoria: distribution, composition and conservation. In Temperate Eucalypt Woodlands in Australia: Biology, Conservation, Management and Restoration, Eds R.J. Hobbs and C.J. Yates. pp. 17-31. (Surrey Beatty and Sons: Chipping Norton NSW).
Lunt, I. D. and Morgan, J. W. (1999). Vegetation changes after 10 years of grazing exclusion and intermittent burning in a Themeda triandra (Poaceae) grassland reserve in south-eastern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 47(4), 537-552.
Lunt, I.D. and Morgan, J.W. (1999). Effect of fire frequency on plant composition at the Laverton North Grassland Reserve, Victoria. Victorian Naturalist, 116, 84-90.
Morgan, J.W. and Lunt, I.D. (1999). Effects of time-since-fire on the tussock dynamics of a dominant grass (Themeda triandra) in a temperate Australian grassland. Biological Conservation 88, 379-386.
Lunt, I.D. (1998). Two hundred years of land use and vegetation change in a remnant coastal woodland in southern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 46(6), 629-647.
Lunt, I.D. (1998). Allocasuarina (Casuarinaceae) invasion of an undisturbed coastal woodland at Ocean Grove, Victoria: structural changes, 1971 – 1996. Australian Journal of Botany 46(6), 649-656.
Lunt, I.D. (1997). Effects of long-term vegetation management on remnant grassy forests and anthropogenic native grasslands in south-eastern Australia. Biological Conservation 81, 287-297.
Lunt, I.D. (1997). Germinable soil seed banks of anthropogenic native grasslands and grassy forest remnants in temperate south-eastern Australia. Plant Ecology 131(1), 21-34.
Lunt, I.D. (1997). A multivariate growth-form analysis of grassland and forest forbs in south-eastern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 45(4), 691-705.
Lunt, I.D. (1997). The distribution and environmental relationships of native grasslands on the lowland Gippsland Plain, Victoria: an historical study. Australian Geographical Studies 35(2), 140-152.
Lunt, I.D. (1997). Tree densities last century on the lowland Gippsland plain, Victoria. Australian Geographical Studies, 35(3), 342-348.
Lunt, I.D. (1996). A transient soil seed bank for the Yam-daisy Microseris scapigera. Victorian Naturalist 113, 16-19.
Lunt, I.D. (1995). Seed longevity of six native forbs in a closed Themeda triandra grassland. Australian Journal of Botany 43, 439-449.
Lunt, I.D. (1995). European management of remnant grassy forests and woodlands in south-eastern Australia – past, present and future? Victorian Naturalist 112, 239-249.
Lunt, I.D. (1994). Variation in flower production of nine grassland species with time since fire, and implications for grassland management and restoration. Pacific Conservation Biology 1, 359-366.
Lunt, I.D. (1991). Management of remnant lowland grasslands and grassy woodlands for nature conservation: a review. Victorian Naturalist 108, 56-66.
Lunt, I.D. (1990). Species-area curves and growth-form spectra for some herb-rich woodlands in western Victoria, Australia. Australian Journal of Ecology 15, 155-161.
Lunt, I.D. (1990). The soil seed bank of a long-grazed Themeda triandra grassland in Victoria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 102, 53-57.
Lunt, I.D. (1990). Impact of an autumn fire on a long-grazed Themeda triandra (Kangaroo Grass) grassland: implications for management of invaded, remnant vegetations. Victorian Naturalist 107, 45-51.