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Fire Note 134: This Fire Note outlines research undertaken within the bushfire-prone communities of Roleystone and Kelmscott in the Perth Hills, about 45 minutes east of...
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Fire Note 133: The national research featured in this Fire Note investigated the community and householder characteristics that contribute to bushfire preparedness in Australia's...
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Fire Note 132: Offers a new way of thinking about bushfire preparedness and its measurement.  The study defines preparedness in terms of three householder goals:  stay and defend...
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Fire Note 131: In October 2013, bushfires swept across parts of New South Wales, leaving a trail of destruction and loss. The NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS) commissioned the...
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In October 2013, bushfires swept across parts of New South Wales, leaving a trail of destruction and loss. Following the fires, the NSW Rural Fire Service commissioned the...
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Discover the range of online resources available now for Power To The People , the latest in our Research To Drive Change online forum series.  Researchers Dr Blythe McLennan (...
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Fire Note 128: This research provides a broad conceptual framework to understand and progress the principle of shared responsibility in risk and disaster management. The findings...
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Fire Note 126 presents an alternative approach to evaluating building vulnerability using a dynamic bushfire simulator. The approach creates sets of fire predictions, which can...
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Fire Note 126: An alternative approach to evaluating building vulnerability has been developed using a dynamic bushfire simulator. The approach creates sets of fire predictions,...
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Over 120 people participated in the Next G fire prediction online forum earlier this week, covering the FireDST project. Researchers Dr Kevin Tolhurst (University of Melbourne),...
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The research program of the Bushfire CRC is being synthesized into a series of reports to draw together the key learnings from a range of projects. Synthesis reports on community...
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Join leading researchers and industry representatives in interactive discussion for the second of our Research To Drive Change online forums on Tuesday 27 May at 1pm. Hosted by...
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The Bushfire CRC Understanding Communities Project is primarily focused on peri-urban regions in areas where intensive bushfires are possible. However, in the course of exploring...
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The Understanding Communities Project within the Bushfire CRC aims to provide a better understanding of the relationship between communities and their Fire Service providers. The...
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This article was published in the Autumn 2014 edition of Fire Australia magazine. The concept of shared responsibility was a key theme of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal...
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This article was published in the Autumn 2014 edition of Fire Australia magazine. The Bushfire CRC scholarship program has so far produced 45 PhD graduates—with more to graduate...
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This article was published in the Summer 2013-14 edition of Fire Australia magazine. Handbook of disaster policies and institutions—improving emergency management and climate...
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This article was published in the Spring 2013 edition of Fire Australia magazine. It is a critical choice that could have devastating repercussions for residents in bushfire-prone...
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This article was published in the Autumn 2011 edition of Fire Australia magazine. Fire agency workers can better understand their local communities’ perceptions, beliefs and needs...
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This article was published in the Autumn 2011 edition of Fire Australia magazine. New Bushfire CRC research is helping incident management teams improve firefighting performance...
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