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burning for biodiversity or burning the biodiversity, presented at the 2008, 2008.PDF icon fri_penman.pdf (891.22 KB)
R. Leicester and Handmer, J., Bushfire (in Transitions), in Transitions: Pathways Towards Sustainable Urban Development in Australia, P. W. Newton CSIRO Publishing, 2008, pp. 245-252.
H. Rosebaum, Goodman, H., and Rhodes, A., Bushfire Safety for People with Special Needs, 2008.PDF icon helen-goodman-special_needs_report_final_25-june-08.pdf (823.57 KB)
T. D. Penman, Binns, D. L., Shiels, R. J., Allen, R. M., and Kavanagh, R. P., Changes in understorey plant species richness following logging and prescribed burning in shrubby dry sclerophyll forests of south-eastern Australia, Austral Ecology, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 197 - 210, 2008.
A. Cottrell, Lowe, D., and Spillman, M., Community engagement: Weather matters in Indigenous communities, Bushfire CRC, 2008.
K. Mokany, Ash, J., and Roxburgh, S., Consequences of clumpiness: effects of spatial aggregation on competition, complementarity and ecosystem processes., Austral Ecology, pp. 261-270, 2008.
M. G. Cruz, Alexander, M. E., and Fernandes, P. M., Development of a model system to predict wildfire behaviour in pine plantations, Australian Forestry , pp. 113-121, 2008.
M. G. Cruz and Fernandes, P. M., Development of fuel models for fire behaviour prediction in maritime pine ( Pinus pinaster Ait.) stands, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 17, no. 2, p. 194, 2008.
A. Wain, Mills, G. A., McCaw, L. W., and Brown, T., Developments in Environmental SciencesWildland Fires and Air PollutionChapter 23 Managing Smoke from Wildfires and Prescribed Burning in Southern Australia, vol. 8. Elsevier, 2008, pp. 535 - 550.
S. O'Neil, LARKIN, N., Hoadley, J., Mills, G. A., K. Vaughan, J., Draxler, R., Rolph, G., Ruminski, M., and A. Ferguson, S., Developments in Environmental SciencesWildland Fires and Air PollutionChapter 22 Regional Real-Time Smoke Prediction Systems, vol. 8. Elsevier, 2008, pp. 499 - 534.
T. Bell and Adams, M. A., Developments in Environmental SciencesWildland Fires and Air PollutionChapter 14 Smoke from Wildfires and Prescribed Burning in Australia: Effects on Human Health and Ecosystems, vol. 8. Elsevier, 2008, pp. 289 - 316.
J. J. Hollis, Whitford, K., Robinson, R., and Danti, s, Down but not out: Discovering the significance of dead wood, Landscope, vol. 24, pp. 10-16, 2008.
P. Johnston, Kelso, J., and Milne, G. J., Efficient simulation of wildfire spread on an irregular grid, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 17, no. 5, p. 614, 2008.
P. Johnston, Kelso, J., and Milne, G. J., Efficient simulation of wildfire spread on an irregular grid, International Journal of Wildland Fire, pp. 614-627, 2008.
L. W. McCaw, Gould, J. S., and Cheney, N. P., Existing fire behaviour models under-predict the rate of spread of summer fires in open jarrah (Eucalyptus marginata) forest., Australian Forestry , vol. 71, pp. 16-26, 2008.
F. Reisen and Hansen, D., Exposure to bushfire air toxics among firefighters at prescribed burns during 2007/2008, Bushfire CRC, 2008.
G. A. Mills, Extreme surface drying and fire weather Part 2: A preliminary synoptic/dynamic climatology in the forested areas of southern Australia, vol. 57, pp. 311-328, 2008.
M. P. Plucinski, Gould, J. S., McCarthy, G. J., and Hollis, J. J., Factors influencing the success of initial attack of bushfires in Australia using aircraft, in AFAC 2008 Conference, Australia, 2008.PDF icon Factors influencing the success of initial attack of bushfires in Australia using aircraft (865.87 KB)
S. Cowlishaw, Evans, L., and McLennan, J., Families of rural volunteer firefighters, Rural Society, pp. 17-25, 2008.
P. Fox-Hughes, A Fire Danger Climatology for Tasmania, Australian Meteoroligical Magazine, Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre, pp. 109-120, 2008.
M. Proudley, Fire, families and decisions, RMIT University, 2008.
R. Wittkuhn, Hamilton, T., and McCaw, L. W., Fire interval sequences to aid in the site selection for biodiversity studies: mapping the fire regimes., Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland., 2008.
C. L. Parr and Andersen, A. N., Fire resilience of ant assemblages in long-unburnt savanna of northern Australia, Austral Ecology, vol. 33, no. 7, pp. 830 - 838, 2008.
T. D. Penman, Binns, D. L., Shiels, R. J., Allen, R. M., and Plummer, H., Germination responses of a dry sclerophyll forest soil stored seed bank to fire related cues., Cunninghamia, pp. 547-555, 2008.
H. Goodman and Gawen, J., Glimpses of ‘community’ through the lens of a small fire event, The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol. 23, 2008.

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