Community safety and engagement
Bushfire Risk Perception: A Study Of The Perceived Vulnerability Of Domestic Architecture In Bushfire Prone Areas
The Complex Network Within Bushfire Investigation Strategy an International Comparative Analysis of Communicational Dynamics Between Post-Bushfire Investigative Departments
Mind the Policy Gap: Planning for Fire Risk and Emergency Management in the Context of Climate Change
Reforming the Insurance Regime from a Post Disaster Recovery Regime to the Creation af a Resilient Australia
Fire Note 84: Fires caused by lightning are responsible for a large proportion of the area burnt by bushfires throughout Australia and the world.
Bushfire CRC researcher Dr Andrew Dowdy and project leader Graham Mills – both with the Bureau of Meteorology – tracked lightning data to identify when and how often fires were likely to follow.
Activity Modelling For Risk Assessment and Emergency Management Applications Focussing on Peri-Urban Regions
Sharing Responsibility – Feedback:
Presentation to AFAC Community Safety Group
Launceston April 14th, 2011