This flyer lists and describes each of the research and field guides produced by the Bushfire CRC, and includes instructions on how to obtain copies.
Issue 62: Research from the HighFire Risk Project.
Issue 61: Research from the HighFire Risk Project.
Issue 60 - This research looks at how surface winds over complex terrains pose considerable challenges for fire spread modelling.
Issue 59 - This research looks at how community safety programs can be improved by understanding why people choose to either prepare or not prepare for bushfires.
Issue 58 - This study looked at the importance of directing safety programs to women to improve both their technical skills and their confidence in facing a bushfire.
Issue 57 - The research is looking at the spatial patterns of soil carbon and nitrogen after fire in a eucalypt (jarrah) forest.
Issue 56: This project led to the construction of a groundbreaking Rapid Deployment Greenhouse Gas Laboratory, which can work independently and continuously for several days in remote areas.
Issue 55: This research provides guidance on the types of sediment traps to use - hay bales, coir bales or silt fencing - to reduce the amount of mobilised sediment reaching water reservoirs after bushfire.
Issue 54: This research focused on understanding the physical processes that cause cold-frontal wind changes, and how to verify forecasts from computer forecast models.