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“Simulation Of Prescribed Burning Strategies In South-West Tasmania, Australia: Effects On Unplanned Fires, Fire Regimes, And Ecological Management Values”. International Journal Of Wildland Fire 15.4 (2006): 527. Web.
“Understanding The Context: The Value Of Community Engagement In Bushfire Risk Communication And Education. Observations Following The East Coast Tasmania Bushfires Of December 2006”. Australasian Journal Of Disaster And Trauma Studies (2006): 1-15. Web..
“Evaluation Of A Dynamic Load Transfer Function Using Grassland Curing Data”. 1St Fire Behaviour And Fuel Conference, . Portland, Oregon , 2006. Web..
“Objective Identification Of Wind Change Timing From Single Station Observations Part 1: Methodology And Comparison With Subjective Timings.”. Australian Meteorological Magazine 55 (2006): 261-274. Web..
“Objective Identification Of Wind Change Timing From Single Station Observations Part 2: Towards The Concept Of A Wind Change Climatology.”. Australian Meteorological Magazine 55 (2006): 275-288. Web..
The Australian Smoke Management Forecast System. 2006. Web..
“The Winchelsea Convergence - Using Radar And Mesoscale Nwp To Diagnose Cool Change Structure.”. Australian Meteorological Magazine 55 (2006): 47-58. Web..
“Meteorological Overview And Verification Of Hysplit And Aaqfs Dust Forecasts For The Dust Storm Of 22-24 October 2002”. Australian Meteorological Magazine (2006): 35-46. Web.
Seasonal Bushfire Assessment 2006-2007. 2006. Web..
Wcte. USA, United States of America , 2006. Print..
“Are Soil Temperatures During Autumn Prescribed Burning Hot Enough To Trigger Germination In Fire Responsive Species?”. International Journal Of Wildland Fire (2007): n. pag. Print..