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A. Wain, Mills, G. A., McCaw, L. W., and Brown, T., Managing smoke from wildfires and prescribed burning in southern Australia, in Wildland Fires and Air Pollution , A. Byternerowicz, Arbaugh, M., Riebau, A., and Andersen, C. Elsevier Ltd, 2008, pp. 541-556.
A. Wain, Lee, S., Mills, G. A., Hess, G. D., Cope, M. E., and Tindale, N., Meteorological overview and verification of HYSPLIT and AAQFS dust forecasts for the dust storm of 22-24 October 2002, Australian Meteorological Magazine , pp. 35-46, 2006.
A. Wain, Mills, G. A., McCaw, L. W., and Brown, T., Developments in Environmental SciencesWildland Fires and Air PollutionChapter 23 Managing Smoke from Wildfires and Prescribed Burning in Southern Australia, vol. 8. Elsevier, 2008, pp. 535 - 550.
A. Wain and Mills, G. A., Analysis of near-surface transport from an oil storage facility at Hovea, Western Australia – a year of dispersion modelling., Consultancy Report to Arc Energy Pty Ltd, 2007.
A. Wain and Mills, G. A., The Australian Smoke Management Forecast System, 2006.
G. Wang, Alves, O., Hudson, D., Hendon, H., Liu, G., and Tseitkin, F., SST skill assessment from the new POAMA-1.5 system, BMRC , 2008.
C. R. Warren and Taranto, M. T., Temporal variation in pools of amino acids, inorganic and microbial N in a temperate grassland soil, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 353 - 359, 2010.
C. R. Warren and Taranto, M. T., Ecosystem Respiration in a Seasonally Snow-Covered Subalpine Grassland, Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 137 - 146, 2011.
S. D. Watt and Weber, R., Drying Out Vegetation, ANZIAM Journal, 2005.
R. Weber and Dold, J., Linking Landscape Fires and Local Meteorology-A Short Review, JSME International Journal Series B, vol. 49, no. 3, pp. 590 - 593, 2006.
R. Weber and Sidhu, H. S., A Dynamical Systems Model for Fireline Growth with Suppression, ANZIAM Journal, 2005.
J. Weir, Fire authorities and planners: reducing risk across diverse landscapes, 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
B. Whelan, Kanowski, K., A. Gill, M., and Andersen, A. N., Living in a land of fire, 2006.
P. B. White and Hughes, P., The Media, Bushfires and Community Resilience, in Disaster Resilience: An integrated approach, D. Paton and Johnston, D. 2004.
N. White, Leonard, J. E., and Sargeant, A. J., Report into the perfomance of steel power poles in bushfires, 2006.PDF icon bluescope_sureline_report_-final.pdf (2.52 MB)
J. Whittaker and Mercer, G. N., The Victorian bushfires of 2002-03 and the politics of blame: A discourse analysis, Australian Geographer, 2004.
J. Whittaker, Haynes, K., Handmer, J., and McLennan, J., Community safety during the 2009 Australian ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires: an analysis of household preparedness and response, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2013.
J. Whittaker and Handmer, J., Community Bushfire Safety: A Review of Post-black Saturday Research, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 7-13, 2010.
J. Whittaker, Handmer, J., and Mercer, D., Vulnerability to bushfires in rural Australia: A case study from East Gippsland, Victoria, Journal of Rural Studies, 2012.
J. Whittaker and Tibbits, A., Stay and defend or leave early: policy problems and experiences during the 2003 Victorian bushfires., Environmental Hazards, 2007.
M. Willis, Bushfires - How can we avoid the unavoidable?, Environmental Hazards , vol. 6, pp. 93-99, 2005.
M. Willis, Bushfire Arson: A Review of the Literature, 2004.
M. Willis, Bushfires—How can we avoid the unavoidable?, Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 93 - 99, 2005.
R. Wittkuhn, Hamilton, T., and McCaw, L. W., Fire interval sequences to aid in the site selection for biodiversity studies: mapping the fire regimes., Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland., 2008.
R. Wittkuhn, McCaw, L. W., Wills, A. J., Robinson, R., Andersen, A. N., Van Heurck, P., Farr, J., Liddelow, G., and Cranfield, R., Variation in fire interval sequences has minimal effects on species richness and composition in fire-prone landscapes of south-west Western Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 261, no. 5, pp. 965-978, 2011.

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