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M. P. Plucinski, Cruz, M. G., and Gould, J. S., Project FuSE Aerial Suppression Final Report, CSIRO, 2011.
M. P. Plucinski, Gould, J. S., McCarthy, G. J., and Hollis, J. J., The Effectiveness and Efficiency of Aerial Firefighting in Australia, Bushfire CRC , 2007.PDF icon aerial_suppression_report_final_web.pdf (2.06 MB)
M. P. Plucinski, McCarthy, G. J., Hollis, J. J., and Gould, J. S., The effect of aerial suppression on the containment time of Australian wildfires estimated by fire management personnel, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2011.
M. P. Plucinski, Gould, J. S., McCarthy, G. J., and Hollis, J. J., Factors influencing the success of initial attack of bushfires in Australia using aircraft, in AFAC 2008 Conference, Australia, 2008.PDF icon Factors influencing the success of initial attack of bushfires in Australia using aircraft (865.87 KB)
M. Plucinksi, A Review of Wildfire Occurrence Research, 2011.PDF icon A Review of Wildfire Occurrence Research (243.32 KB)
M. Plucinksi, The timing of vegetation fire occurrence in a human landscape, Fire Safety Journal, vol. 67, pp. 42-52, 2014.
M. Plucinksi, Modelling the probability of Australian grassfires escaping initial attack to aid deployment decisions, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 22, no. 4, 2012.
M. Phillips, Payne, W., Lord, C., Netto, K., Nichols, D., and Aisbett, B., Identification of physically demanding tasks performed during bushfire suppression by Australian rural firefighters, Applied Ergonomics, vol. 43, no. 2, pp. 435 - 441, 2012.
M. Phillips, Netto, K., Payne, W., Lord, C., Brooksbank, N., Onus, K., Jefferies, S., and Aisbett, B., Frequency, intensity and duration of physical tasks performed by Australian rural firefighters during bushfire suppression, Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day. Bushfire CRC, Sydney, Australia, 2011.
M. Phillips, University research maps the physical demands of firefighting., Research Services Bulletin, Deakin University, 2008.
M. Phillips, Petersen, A., Abbiss, C. R., Payne, W., Nichols, D., and Aisbett, B., Relationship between fitness components and pack hike test., International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2009.
M. Phillips, Petersen, A., Abbiss, C. R., Netto, K., Payne, W., Nichols, D., and Aisbett, B., Pack Hike Test finishing time for Australian firefighters: Pass rates and correlates of performance, Applied Ergonomics, vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 411 - 418, 2011.
Y. Pérez, Pastor, E., Planas, E., Plucinski, M. P., and Gould, J. S., Computing forest fires aerial suppression effectiveness by IR monitoring, Fire Safety Journal, 2010.
T. D. Penman and York, A., Climate and recent fire history affect fuel loads in Eucalyptus forests: Implications for fire management in a changing climate, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 260, no. 10, pp. 1791 - 1797, 2010.
T. D. Penman, Kavanagh, R. P., Binns, D. L., and Melick, D. R., Patchiness of prescribed burns in dry sclerophyll eucalypt forests in South-eastern Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 252, no. 1-3, pp. 24 - 32, 2007.
T. D. Penman, Binns, D. L., and Kavanagh, R. P., Quantifying successional changes in response to forest disturbances, Applied Vegetation Science, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 261 - 268, 2009.
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.
T. D. Penman, Binns, D. L., and Plummer, H., The influence of prescribed burning on fruit production in Proteaceae, Cunninghamia, 2007.
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.
T. D. Penman, Research findings from the online survey: October 2013 NSW bushfires, 2014.PDF icon horsey_and_penman_oct2013_fires_onlinesurveyreport_final.pdf (1.76 MB)
T. D. Penman, Binns, D. L., Shiels, R. J., Allen, R. M., and Kavanagh, R. P., Changes in understorey plant species richness following logging and prescribed burning in shrubby dry sclerophyll forests of south-eastern Australia, Austral Ecology, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 197 - 210, 2008.
T. D. Penman, Christie, F. J., Andersen, A. N., Bradstock, R. A., Cary, G. J., Henderson, M. K., Price, O. F., Tran, C., Wardle, G. M., Williams, R. J., and York, A., Prescribed burning: how can it work to conserve the things we value?, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 20, no. 6, p. 721, 2011.
T. D. Penman, Observations of a response to smoke in the frog Litoria verreauxii., Herpetofauna, 2007.
T. D. Penman, Binns, D. L., and Kavanagh, R. P., Patch-Occupancy Modeling as a Method for Monitoring Changes in Forest Floristics: a Case Study in Southeastern Australia, Conservation Biology, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 740 - 749, 2009.
T. D. Penman and Towerton, A. L., Soil temperatures during autumn prescribed burning: implications for the germination of fire responsive species?, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 17, no. 5, p. 572, 2008.

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