Issue 53: This project addresses the rate of natural die-off in common grass species and provides a way to adapt agricultural modelling to predict curing rates across temperate grasslands.
Issue 52 - This study looked at how households with special needs prepared for and met the challenge of a fire event, and how community education programs could improve their preparedness.
Issue 51 - To improve the assessment of grassland curing in Australia and NZ, this research developed an improved algorithm using Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer satellite data.
Issue 50 - Bushfire CRC research examining the practical effectiveness and economic efficiency of aerial firefighting in Australia.
Issue 49 - Forest Flammability is a next-generation fire behaviour model that reveals the complex links between fire behaviour and forest ecology.
Issue 48: Understanding historical variation in bushfire patterns in southern Western Australia, to provide a baseline for future fire regime comparison.
Issue 47: This research investigates the composition of plants with different fire response traits across a mountainous region of south-eastern Australia, and the role fire plays in these patterns.
Issue 46 - This ground-breaking research examines the critically important role of soil carbon dynamics in Australian sub-alpine ecosystems.
Issue 42 - This research project focused on understanding information flows and incident management team effectiveness.
Issue 41 - Enhancing Emergency Incident Management Team Effectiveness and Organisational