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Fire Note 137: In the 2003 Canberra bushfires, a number of unusual fires were observed in which bushfire spread sideways in a diagonal or crosswise direction to...
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This is a paper presented at the 2013 Bushfire CRC Research Forum. Depending on the growth stage of grass, certain physiological characteristics, such as water content and degree...
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Fire Note 130: Features the findings of four research projects on the impact of fire on water quantity and quality, as well as changing carbon stores (above and below the ground...
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The Northern Fire Mapping project developed fire severity mapping to help manage fire in the tropical savannas and rangelands across Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western...
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Mapping fire in the tropical north will be the first topic covered by the Bushfire CRC’s Research to Drive Change online forum series, scheduled for 12pm AEST on Wednesday 7 May....
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This article was published in the Autumn 2014 edition of Fire Australia magazine. The Bushfire CRC scholarship program has so far produced 45 PhD graduates—with more to graduate...
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This article was published in the Summer 2013-14 edition of Fire Australia magazine.By Adam Leavesley, Fire Management Officer, ACT Parks and Conservation Service, and Nathan...
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This article was published in the Autumn 2012 edition of Fire Australia magazine. Perched 30 metres above the ground atop an outstretched former-MFB crane, Mana Gharun is...
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This article was published in the Winter 2011 edition of Fire Australia magazine. Planned fuel-reduction burning remains one of the most controversial issues in managing forests...
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Bushfire CRC PhD researcher at the University of Sydney, Jessica Heath, is looking at the impacts of fire in the water catchments around Sydney.
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Leaf growth and senescence rates in brown-back wallaby grass, Rytidosperma duttonianum research report
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A Bayesian model of pasture curing research report
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A plant-physiology approach to a fire-y problem research report
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