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Do mixed species eucalyptus forests use more water as they recover from fire? Fire Note 115 outlines research into the amount of water needed as forests recover after fire....
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Fire Note 115: This Fire Note outlines a study on the amount of water needed as forests recover after fire. Research shows that after three years mixed species eucalyptus forests...
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The formal proceedings of the Research Forum, held as part of the Bushfire CRC and AFAC 2012 Conference in Perth are now available. The Research Forum opened the conference week...
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Wildfires are a strong driver of change in many landscapes (e.g. south-eastern Australia, western USA, Canada, and the Mediterranean). Vegetation removal and changes to soil...
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In the Otago region of New Zealand, Naseby is a small tourist town faced with an increasing risk of a severe fire event. Burning of tussock grasslands by pastoralists and...
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Bushfires can cause considerable damage to ecosystems, life and property. Protecting human and environmental assets is becoming more difficult as the wildland–urban interface...
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The full proceedings from the 2012 Research Forum are now available. Held as part of the annual conference in Perth, the Research Forum focuses on the delivery of research...
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Fire Note 110 focuses on the influence of the physical condition of different plant species from forests and grasslands in eastern and northern Australia. In two studies, the...
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Fire Note 110: This Fire Note focuses on the influence of the physical condition of different plant species from forests and grasslands in eastern and northern Australia. In two...
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Researchers and end users met in Melbourne this week to discuss “Contemporary Challenges in Managing Bushfires”. The forum was organised under the joint Bushfire CRC and AFAC...
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This article appeared in the Autumn 2013 edition of Fire Australia magazine. Postgraduate students from around the world are bringing a diverse range of skills, experience and...
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An overview of the Fire in the Landscape suite of projects, by Lead End User Neil Cooper from ACT Parks, Conservation and Lands.
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The Bushfire CRC, in partnership with the Australian Science Media Centre, today conducted an online background briefing on bushfires. The briefing discussed the current state of...
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The Bushfire CRC has published Fire Note Issue 100. View Fire Note 100 here. Fire Note 100 is a special edition that looks back on the broad range of fire research projects that...
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Fire Note 100: This Fire Note is a special edition that looks back on the broad range of fire research projects that have been summarised in Fire Notes since 2005. It also looks...
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This article appeared in the Winter 2012 edition of Fire Australia magazine. A Bushfire CRC researcher is changing the way the effects of bushfires are mapped in northern...
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This week I had the pleasure of spending time with an international visitor, Ron Steffens, from the United States, who is a fellow Board Member of the International Association of...
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The latest Bushfire CRC Fire Note examines the effect of prescribed burning on forest carbon and greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere. Fire Note 96, Environmental impacts...
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Fire Note 96: This Fire Note examines the effect of prescribed burning on forest carbon and greenhouse gases released into the atmosphere. Results from this project will supply...
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