Fire in the Landscape - Impacts on Water Resources Field Excursion

This field trip was an opportunity for Bushfire CRC end-users and researchers to interact and discuss how current field-based research activities at University of Melbourne and University of Sydney deliver useful information on fire impacts on forest hydrology and erosion.

Site visits included;
• Tree water-use/forest hydrology research sites, Stanley
• Post-fire runoff and erosion research sites, Mudgegonga.

This event took place on Tuesday 27 March 2012.

News from the Event

Fire in the landscape - Tarryn Turnbull
A group of fire managers and scientists this month went deep into the forests of north east Victoria to view research sites.

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Water quality after bushfires. This project is being carried out in north-east Victoria in areas burnt on Black Saturday, 7 February 2009. The researchers are from the University of Melbourne. Interview with Petter Nyman.