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K. E. C. Brennan, Christie, F. J., and York, A., Global climate change and litter decomposition: more frequent fire slows decomposition and increases the functional importance of inverterates., Global Change Biology, 2009.
B. Brooks, Summary of issues emerging in coordination breakdown from secondary sources (in particular inquires and similar), 2011.PDF icon summary_issues_emerging_in_coordination_report.pdf (474.16 KB)
B. Brooks and Owen, C., Training Pathways for Effective Emergency Management Coordination above the IMT, 2012.PDF icon training_pathways_for_effective_em_coordination_above_the_imt.pdf (991.56 KB)
T. Brown, Mills, G. A., Ghidey, T., and Reinbold, H., A High-Resolution Historical Fire Climate Data Set For Victoria, AFAC 2008 Conference. USA, United States of America , 2008.PDF icon A High-Resolution Historical Fire Climate Data Set (3.76 MB)
D. Brown, ‘How do Residents in Bushfire Prone Areas View the Bushfire Risk of their Local Area and their Homes?', 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
C. Bryant, Understanding bushfire: trends in deliberate vegetation fires in Australia, Australian Institute of Criminology, 2008.
T. N. Buckley, Turnbull, T. L., Pfautsch, S., Gharun, M., and Adams, M. A., Differences in water use between mature and post-fire regrowth stands of subalpine Eucalyptus delegatensis R. Baker, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 270, pp. 1 - 10, 2012.
T. N. Buckley, The role of stomatal acclimation in modelling tree adaptation to high Co2., Journal of Experimental Botany, vol. 59, p. 11, 2008.
T. N. Buckley, Turnbull, T. L., and Adams, M. A., Simple models for stomatal conductance derived from a process model: cross-validation against sap flux data., Plant, Cell & Environment, p. no - no, 2012.
T. N. Buckley, Turnbull, T. L., Pfautsch, S., and Adams, M. A., Sap flow in Australian subalpine forests & woodlands suggests nocturnal transpiration contributes significantly to stand water balance and is inversely related to soil moisture., Plant, Cell & Environment, 2007.
T. N. Buckley, Adaption of tree carbon water balance to high Co2: are stomata up to the task?, 2007.
S. Buckman, Brownlie, K. C., Bourman, R. P., Murray-Wallace, C. V., Morris, R., Lachlan, T. J., Robertson, A., Arnold, L. J., and Cann, J. H., Holocene palaeofire records in a high-level, proximal valley-fill (Wilson Bog), Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia, The Holocene , vol. 7, pp. 1017-1029, 2009.
R. Burrows, Retrospective measures of fire intensity using epicormic sprouting and sapling frequency in the southern jarrah forest of southwestern Australia, Bushfires CRC, 2007.
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.
S. Bushnell and Cottrell, A., Increasing community resilience to bushfire - implications from a North Queensland community case study, The Australian Journal of Emergency Management , vol. 22, p. 3-Sep, 2007.
S. Bushnell, Balcombe, L. J., and Cottrell, A., Community and fire service perceptions of bushfire issues in Tamborine Mountain: what's the difference?, Australian Journal of Emergency Management , vol. 22, p. 3-Sep, 2007.
S. Bushnell, Cottrell, A., Spillman, M., and Lowe, D., Understanding Communities Living with Bushfire: The Thuringowa Bushfire Case Study, Bushfire CRC, 2006.
S. Bushnell, Cottrell, A., Spillman, M., and Lowe, D., Thuringowa Bushfire Case Study - Technical Report, Bushfire CRC, 2006.PDF icon thuringowa_tech_report_small-final.pdf (1.04 MB)

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