Community safety and engagement
What Applied Social Psychology Theories Might Contribute to Community Bushfire Safety Research After Victoria's “Black Saturday”
The Relationship Between Individual Differences in Anxiety and Cognitive Biases Towards or Away from Fire in a Bushfire Prone Community
Why I'd Stay, and What I've Done to Prepare for it: The Role Of Goals and Worries in Bushfire Preparedness
Fire Note 85: Large areas of Northern Australia face above-normal fire potential for the 2011 fire season. The main cause of the above normal risk is strong vegetation growth in many areas fuelled by the wet weather that accompanied the very strong La Niña event of 2010-11.
In Western Australia, the Kimberley has an above-normal bushfire potential, with the fuel loads remaining significant despite increased prescribed burning across the region.