Fire Behaviour
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As another severe bushfire season unfolds across south eastern Australia the nation’s business and community leaders, policy makers and scientists are being invited to...
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The aim of this project was to develop fuel assessment tools for use in fire behaviour models. It was led by Dr Peter Ellis of CSIRO with Dr Wendy Anderson of the University of...
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Meteorological data is fundamental to predicting fire danger and fire behaviour on timescales from seasonal to very short range. Seasonal factors affect fuel moistures and fuel...
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  This project addressed the need to better understand the interactions between fire, fuel, weather and topography. Factors include rate of spread, flame height, intensity...
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This project successfully developed fire severity mapping to use in fire management in the tropical savannas and rangelands of northern Australia. It also applied the data to...
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This project was the first, comprehensive investigation into the life cycle of fire behaviour, from initiation, through development, to steady-state behaviour. Knowledge gained...
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The 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission identified a need to improve the ability to assess the potential impacts of bushfires on rural and urban/rural interface communities...
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Issue 62: Research from the HighFire Risk Project.
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Issue 61: Research from the HighFire Risk Project.
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Issue 60 - This research looks at how surface winds over complex terrains pose considerable challenges for fire spread modelling.
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Issue 49 - Forest Flammability is a next-generation fire behaviour model that reveals the complex links between fire behaviour and forest ecology.
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Issue 26 - Phil Lacy PhD research on fuel management in eucalyptus plantations.
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Issue 18 - Brendan Pippen PhD research in the Sydney Basin.
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Issue 16 - Summary report on fire behaviour and suppression activities.
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Issue 4 - How climate change will effect bushfire management
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