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“Alternatives To Polysomnography (Psg): A Validation Of Wrist Actigraphy And A Partial-Psg System”. Behavior Research Methods (2014): n. pag. Web.
“Firefighter Decision Making At The Local Incident And Regional/state Control Levels”. Human Factors Challenges In Emergency Management Enhancing Individual And Team Performance In Fire And Emergency Services. 2014. Web..
“A Day In The Life Of A Volunteer Incident Commander: Errors, Pressures And Mitigating Strategies”. Applied Ergonomics 44.3 (2013): 488 - 495. Web..
“Community Safety During The 2009 Australian ‘Black Saturday’ Bushfires: An Analysis Of Household Preparedness And Response”. International Journal Of Wildland Fire (2013): n. pag. Web.
“Muscle Activation During The Pack Hike Test And A Critical Wildfire Fighting Task”. Applied Ergonomics 44.2 (2013): n. pag. Web.
“Uncertainty Associated With Model Predictions Of Surface And Crown Fire Rates Of Spread”. Environmental Modelling & Software 47 (2013): 16-28. Web..
“Redistribution And Emission Of Forest Carbon By Planned Burning In Eucalyptus Obliqua (L. Hérit.) Forest Of South-Eastern Australia”. Forest Ecology And Management 304 (2013): n. pag. Web..
“A Comparison Of The Fire Weather Characteristics Of The Melbourne Dust Storm (1983) And Black Saturday (2009): A High-Resolution Access Case Study”. 20Th International Congress On Modelling And Simulation (2013): 167-172. Web.
“Hydro-Geomorphic Response Models For Burned Areas And Their Applications In Land Management”. Progress In Physical Geography 37.6 (2013): 787 - 812. Web..
“Sediment Availability On Burned Hillslopes”. Journal Of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface (2013): n/a - n/a. Web.
“Smoke Impacts From Prescribed Burning In Victoria; Developing A Risk Climatology”. 20Th International Congress On Modelling And Simulation. 2013. 200-206. Web..