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G. A. Mills, Lower Atmospheric Drying, Stability and Increased Wildfire Activity, presented at the October 2005, Australia, 2005.PDF icon Lower Atmospheric Drying, Stability and Increased Wildfire Activity (396.21 KB)
V. Aerts, Losses and gains of nutrients from fuels from a Eucalyptus pilularis (blackbutt) forest in northern NSW, The University of Wageningen, 2006.
M. M. Boer, Sadler, R. J., Wittkuhn, R., McCaw, L. W., and Grierson, P., Long-term impacts of prescribed burning on regional extent and incidence of wildfires—Evidence from 50 years of active fire management in SW Australian forests, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 259, no. 1, pp. 132 - 142, 2009.
A. N. Andersen, Hertog, T., and Woinarski, J. C. Z., Long-term fire exclusion and ant community structure in an Australian tropical savanna: congruence with vegetation succession., Journal of Biogeography, pp. 823-832, 2006.
T. D. Penman, Binns, D. L., Brassil, T. E., Shiels, R. J., and Allen, R. M., Long-term changes in understorey vegetation in the absence of wildfire in south-east dry sclerophyll forests, Australian Journal of Botany, pp. 533-540, 2009.
S. Bushnell and Cottrell, A., Living with bushfires: What do people expect?, in Communities living with hazards, D. King and Cottrell, A. Townsville: Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, 2007, pp. 215 - 253.
D. Paton, Burgelt, P. T., and Prior, T., Living with Bushfire Risk: Social and environmental influences on preparedness., Australian Journal of Emergency Management , pp. 41-48, 2008.PDF icon ajem_v23_no3.pdf (2.8 MB)
P. Hughes and White, N., Living with Bushfire risk: Residents accounts of their bushfire preparedness behaviour, in AFAC/Bushfire CRC Conference, Auckland, 2005.
B. Whelan, Kanowski, K., A. Gill, M., and Andersen, A. N., Living in a land of fire, 2006.
Live Fuels and Forest Flammability, 2006.
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.
Letter to the editors, Disasters, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 113 - 114, 2007.
R. Blanchi, Leonard, J. E., and Leicester, R., Lessons learnt from post-bushfire surveys at the urban interface in Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 234, pp. S139 - S139, 2006.
E. Loh, Legal risks of volunteer firefighters – how real are they?, 2008.
S. Jones and Reinke, K., Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and CartographyInnovations in Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009.
K. G. Tolhurst and Chong, D., Learning from Recent Victorian Fires. 2007.PDF icon 2007_tolhurst_stawell_august2007.pdf (733.38 KB)
H. G. Daily, Lane, P. A., Lisson, S. N., Bridle, K. L., Anderson, S. A. J., and Corkrey, R., Leaf growth and senescence rates of three pasture grasses and wheat, Crop & Pasture Science, vol. 64, no. 7, pp. 660-672, 2013.
S. Roxburgh and Taranto, M. T., A laser point-quadrat sampling frame for vegetation survey, 2007.
M. A. Gill and Allan, G. E., Large fires, fire effects and the fire-regime concept, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 17, no. 6, p. 688, 2008.
M. Sarwar, Moinuddin, K., and Thorpe, G., Large Eddy Simulation of Flow over a Backward Facing Step using Fire Dynamics Simulator, in The 14th Asian Congress of Fluid Mechanics, 2013.PDF icon 14_acfm_paper_md_mahfuz_sarwar_web.pdf (496.49 KB)
M. A. Gill, Landscape fires as social disasters: An overview of 'the bushfire problem', Environmental Hazards , pp. 65 - 80, 2005.

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