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Book Chapter
G. J. Cary, Bradstock, R. A., A. Gill, M., and Williams, R. J., Global change and fire regimes in Australia, in Flammable Australia: Fire Regimes, Biodiversity and Ecosystems in a Changing World, CSIRO Publishing, 2012.
G. J. Cary, Bradstock, R. A., A. Gill, M., and Williams, R. J., Global change and fire regimes in Australia, in Flammable Australia: Fire Regimes, Biodiversity and Ecosystems in a Changing World, CSIRO Publishing, 2012, pp. 149-170.
C. Owen, Beguin, P., and Wackers, G., Introduction: Shifting the Focus to Human Work within omplex Socio-technical Systems, in Risky Work Environments: Reappraising Human Work Within Fallible Systems, Ashgate, 2009, pp. 1-10.
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.
P. B. White and Hughes, P., The Media, Bushfires and Community Resilience, in Disaster Resilience: An integrated approach, D. Paton and Johnston, D. 2004.
G. N. Mercer and Weber, R., Modelling Heating Effects, in Natural Disturbances in Ecology, Academic Press, 2004.
D. Paton and Wright, L., Preparing for Bushfires: The public education challenges facing fire agencies, in Community bushfire safety, J. Handmer and Haynes, K. CSIRO Publishing, 2008.
Journal Article
S. Roxburgh, Wood, S. W., Mackey, B. G., Woldendrop, G., and Gibbons, P., Assessing the carbon sequestration potential of forested ecosystems: a case study from temperate Australia., Journal of Applied Ecology, pp. 1149-1159, 2006.
S. Roxburgh, Wood, S. W., Mackey, B. G., Woldendrop, G., and Gibbons, P., Assessing the carbon sequestration potential of forested ecosystems: a case study from temperate Australia., Journal of Applied Ecology, pp. 1149-1159, 2006.
A. E. A. Hasson, Mills, G. A., Timbal, B., and Walsh, K., Assessing the impact of climate change on extreme fire weather events over southeastern Australia, Climate Research, vol. 39, pp. 159-172, 2009.
B. Aisbett, Wolkow, A., Sprajcer, M., and Ferguson, S., “Awake, smoky, and hot”: Providing an evidence-base for managing the risks associated with occupational stressors encountered by wildland firefighters, Applied Ergonomics, vol. 43, no. 5, 2012.
E. Cohen, Hughes, P., and White, P. B., Battling ferocious flames: bushfires in the media, Australian Journal of Emergency Management , vol. 21, 2006.
J. Russell-Smith, Yates, C. P., Whitehead, P. J., Smith, R., Craig, R., Allan, G. E., Thackway, R., Frakes, I., Cridland, S., Meyer, C. P. (Mick), and A. Gill, M., Bushfires 'down under': patterns and implications of contemporary Australian landscape burning, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 16, no. 4, p. 361, 2007.
M. Willis, Bushfires - How can we avoid the unavoidable?, Environmental Hazards , vol. 6, pp. 93-99, 2005.
E. Cohen, Hughes, P., and White, P. B., Bushfires in the media: A preliminary literature review, 2004.PDF icon report-one.pdf (406.51 KB)
M. Willis, Bushfires—How can we avoid the unavoidable?, Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 93 - 99, 2005.
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.

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