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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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Fire Note 127: Understanding how a bushfire progresses from ignition to conflagration is essential to planning effective suppression strategies and issuing public warnings –...
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Fire Note 126 presents an alternative approach to evaluating building vulnerability using a dynamic bushfire simulator. The approach creates sets of fire predictions, which can...
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Fire Note 126: An alternative approach to evaluating building vulnerability has been developed using a dynamic bushfire simulator. The approach creates sets of fire predictions,...
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Over 120 people participated in the Next G fire prediction online forum earlier this week, covering the FireDST project. Researchers Dr Kevin Tolhurst (University of Melbourne),...
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Background On 9th and 10th July 2013, six months after the devastating Inala Road Fire, the Tasmania Fire Service (TFS) conducted an on-site learning field ride (The Ride) for...
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This report provides information on the areas burnt and fire behaviour of some of the fires that occurred during the 2012–13 Tasmanian fire season. The fires covered are: Forcett–...
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Join leading researchers and industry representatives in interactive discussion for the second of our Research To Drive Change online forums on Tuesday 27 May at 1pm. Hosted by...
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This article was published in the Autumn 2014 edition of Fire Australia magazine. Fire, weather and bushfire modelling experts gathered in Adelaide in late 2013 to discuss the...
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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 Autumn 2014 edition of Fire Australia magazine. Bushfire CRC research has helped to understand what is in the smoke, particularly smoke from...
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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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Three interim reports into a new science-based fire danger rating system are now available on the Bushfire CRC website. Under development by the Bushfire CRC, in partnership with...
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This article was published in the Winter 2013 edition of Fire Australia magazine. The Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre is helping Tasmania, New South Wales and the rest of the...
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Mika Peace is a meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology and is currently completing a PhD in coupled fire-atmosphere modelling through the Bushfire CRC. This is her entry into...
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Mika Peace is a Bushfire CRC PhD scholar looking at atmospheric structures and bushfires. Mika's research is based on a number of case studies from across Australia. 
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