Fire Updates Newsletter

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Thank you from your Bushfire CRC
Issue No: 78
The final Fire Update (June 2014) wraps up the Bushfire CRC after 11 years of active research.
Research to Drive Change
Issue No: 77
The May 2014 Fire Update features a wrap of the first two Research To Drive Change online forums, what is to come next, delving into detail with in depth research reports, research underpins local initiatives, entering the last month of the Bushfire CRC and much more.
Research to Drive Change
Issue No: 76
April 2014's Fire Update newsletter features information on communicating the findings from the last three years of research, all you need to know about fire behaviour and more final research reports available.
Fire Update March 2013
Issue No: 75
The March 2014 Fire Update features exciting new features for Fire Notes, proceedings available from the 2013 Research Forum, more final research reports finalised and much more.
What you need to know to put research to good use
Issue No: 74
February 2014's Fire Update features news about the major end of the Bushfire CRC events, final research reports now available, scientists in the media and much more.
Photo - NSW RFS
Issue No: 73
December's Fire Update features the Bushfire CRC task force research from the January 2013 NSW fires released, research on show at our showcase, seminar series underway and webinars available online.
Briony Towers speaks at the ebook launch
Issue No: 72
November's Fire Update features news from the recent Bushfire CRC book and ebook launch, the Tasmania task force research released, the wrap from the fire behaviour science symposium and much more.
Volunteers needed for sleep study
Issue No: 71
October's Fire Update newsletter features a call for volunteers for a study investigating firefighters and fatigue, the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC welcomed in Tasmania, bushfire research abuzz on social media and much more.
Simon Heemstra accepts the Excellence in Utilisation of Research award
Issue No: 70
September's Fire Update newsletter features a full wrap from the annual Bushfire CRC and AFAC conference, the Southern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook, an update on the timing of the combined Research Advisory/Utilisation Forum, a new video highlighting how the Fire DST software program works and much more.
Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC logo
Issue No: 69
August's Fire Update newsletter features the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC taking shape, all the information about the 10th and final Bushfire CRC conference, how to put research to good use at the combined Research Advisory/Utilisation Forum and much more.
(cover image)
Issue No: 68
The July Fire Update newsletter features information on the first Bushfire CRC ebook on discussing bushfire safety with children, a new video of the ASH research in action and the full proceedings from the 2012 Research Forum published.
RAF in Perth, May 2012
Issue No: 67
The June 2013 Fire Update newsletter includes the latest on the research to develop a new scientifically-based Fire Danger Rating system, a run down on the recent Research Advisory Forum held in Perth and science with a community benefit.