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Conference Proceedings
P. Fox-Hughes, Progress in understanding springtime fire weather in Tasmania. R.P. Thornton (Ed) 2011, ‘Proceedings of Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2010 Conference Science Day’ 1 September 2011, Sydney Australia, Bushfire CRC, Sydney, Australia, 2010.
P. Zylstra, Rethinking the fuel – fire relationship, Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day. Bushfire CRC, Sydney, Australia, 2011.
M. M. Boer and Grierson, P., Self-organization of Fire-prone Landscape Systems: Concepts, models and field evidence. Ecological Society of America, USA, United States of America , 2005.
M. Eburn and Dovers, S., Sharing responsibility with governments and their agencies, IAWF 3rd Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, Seattle, WA, 17-19 April 2012. IAWF, pp. 75-82, 2012.
C. Yinghui Cao, Boruff, B. J., and McNeill, I., “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Defining the Preparatory Conditions in Support of Active Defence for Different Fire Danger Ratings, 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
Tote that barge, lift that bale: How employers view fire service volunteers. 2005.PDF icon thurs_birch.pdf (399.64 KB)
J. McLennan, Birch, A., Beatson, R., and Cowlishaw, S., Volunteer firefighting: A job for a woman?, 7th APS - Industrial / Organisational Psychology. Adelaide, 2007.
B. Mackie, Warning Fatigue what is it and why does it matter, Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day. Bushfire CRC, Sydney, Australia, 2011.
P. Nyman, Sheridan, G. J., Jones, O. D., Lane, P. N. J., Sherwin, C., Noske, P. J., and van der Sant, R., Water Quality Risk Due to Fire Disturbance: Tools for Quantifying, 2013 Annual Conference. 2013.
J. McLennan, Elliott, G., and Omodei, M., When residents come under imminent wildfire threat, what aspects of decision making distinguish those who stay and defend their home from those who leave?, IAWF 3rd Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, Seattle, WA, 17-19 April 2012. IAWF, pp. 87-89, 2012.
A. J. Leavesley, Mallela, J., Kendall, D., and Cooper, N., Winter Hazard Reduction Burning Reduces the Fuel Load in Themeda and Phalaris during Summer, 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
J. J. Hollis and McCaw, L. W., Woody fuel consumption in the changing climate of Australia, Biennial Conference of the Institute of Foresters of Australia, Caloundra QLD. 2009.
Journal Article
G. A. Mills, Abrupt surface drying and fire weather Part 1: Overview and case study of the South Australian fires of 11 January 2005., Australian Meteorological Magazine , vol. 57, pp. 299-310, 2008.
J. McLennan and Birch, A., Age and Motivations to Become an Australian Volunteer Firefighter, International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters , vol. TBA, 2009.
F. Reisen, Blanchi, R., and Tibbits, A., Air toxics in bushfire next term smoke - Firefighters exposure during prescribed burns., Forest Ecology and Management, 2006.
F. Reisen, Brown, S. K., and Cheng, M., Air toxics in bushfire smoke—Firefighters exposure during prescribed burns, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 234, pp. S144 - S144, 2006.
A. Kosmadopoulos, Sargent, C., Darwent, D., Zhou, X., and Roach, G., Alternatives to polysomnography (PSG): A validation of wrist actigraphy and a partial-PSG system, Behavior Research Methods, 2014.
C. Owen, Analysing the activity of work in emergency incident management, Activites, vol. 4, 2007.
I. Oliveras and Bell, T., An analysis of the Australian literature on prescribed burning, Journal of Forestry , 2008.
M. G. Cruz, Sullivan, A., Gould, J. S., Sims, N. C., Bannister, A. J., Hollis, J. J., and Hurley, R. J., Anatomy of a catastrophic wildfire: The Black Saturday Kilmore East fire in Victoria, Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, 2012.
A. N. Andersen, Penman, T. D., Debas, N., and Houadria, M., Ant community responses to experimental fire and logging in a eucalypt forest of south-eastern Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 258, no. 2, pp. 188 - 197, 2009.
T. D. Penman, Are soil temperatures during autumn prescribed burning hot enough to trigger germination in fire responsive species?, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2007.
M. G. Cruz and Alexander, M. E., Assessing crown fire potential in coniferous forests of western North America: a critique of current approaches and recent simulation studies, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 19, no. 4, p. 377, 2010.
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.