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2005
M. A. Gill, Landscape fires as social disasters: An overview of 'the bushfire problem', Environmental Hazards , pp. 65 - 80, 2005.
M. A. Gill, Landscape fires as social disasters: An overview of ‘the bushfire problem’, Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 65 - 80, 2005.
P. Hughes and White, N., Living with Bushfire risk: Residents accounts of their bushfire preparedness behaviour, in AFAC/Bushfire CRC Conference, Auckland, 2005.
G. A. Mills, Lower Atmospheric Drying, Stability and Increased Wildfire Activity, presented at the October 2005, Australia, 2005.PDF icon Lower Atmospheric Drying, Stability and Increased Wildfire Activity (396.21 KB)
F. Reisen and Brown, S. K., Manual of methods and procedures for measuring personal exposures of bushfire firefighters to air toxics, Bushfire CRC, 2005.PDF icon milestone_18-2-1_manual.pdf (1.55 MB)
M. Omodei, Elliott, G., Walshe, M., and Wearing, A. J., Networked Fire Chief: A Research and Training Tool that Targets the Human Factors Causes of Unsafe Decision Making in Wildfires, Eighth International Wildland Fire Safety Summit. Missoula, MT., 2005.PDF icon networked_fire_chief_a_research_and_training_tool.pdf (72.11 KB)
P. Johnston, Milne, G. J., and Klemitz, D., Overview of bushfire spread simulation systems., BCRC, 2005.PDF icon uwa_simulators_overview.pdf (1.04 MB)
R. de Ligt, Patterns in the probability of burning with time-since-fire in the greater Sydney region., The Australian National University, 2005.PDF icon cary_sres3008_compressed.pdf (1.02 MB)
D. Paton, Positive adaptation to disaster and traumatic consequences: Resilience and readiness, Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2005.
J. McLennan and Birch, A., A potential crisis in wildfire emergency response capability? Australia's volunteer firefighters, Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 101 - 107, 2005.
Power-law Behaviour of Wildland Fires Reflects Fractality of Fire Weather?, Geophysical Research Abstracts, vol. 7. European Geosciences Union, 2005.PDF icon egu05-j-06097.pdf (29.43 KB)
D. Paton, Preparing for and responding to adverse events: Perspectives on natural and political hazards, Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2005.
J. McLennan, Recruiting Australia's rural fire service volunteers: Present and future challenges, Australian Journal on Volunteering , vol. 10, pp. 52-55, 2005.
G. A. Mills, A re-examination of the synoptic and mesoscale meteorology of Ash Wednesday 1983, Australian Meteorological Magazine, vol. 54, pp. 35-55, 2005.
A. Spessa, McBeth, B., and Prentice, C., Relationships among fire frequency, rainfall and vegetation patterns in the wet-dry tropics of northern Australia: an analysis based on NOAA-AVHRR data, Global Ecology and Biogeography, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 439 - 454, 2005.
G. J. Cary, Research priorities arising from the 2002/2003 bushfire season in south-eastern Australia. , Australian Forestry , vol. 68, pp. 104-111, 2005.
R. Blanchi, Leonard, J. E., and Leicester, R., Risk Model Basis development, 2005.
M. M. Boer and Grierson, P., Self-organization of Fire-prone Landscape Systems: Concepts, models and field evidence. Ecological Society of America, USA, United States of America , 2005.
J. Handmer and Tibbits, A., Is staying at home the safest option during bushfires? Historical evidence for an Australian approach☆, Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 81 - 91, 2005.
G. A. Mills, On the subsynoptic scale meteorology of two extreme fire weather days during the eastern Australian fires of January 2003, Australian Meteorological Magazine, vol. 54, pp. 265-290, 2005.
Tote that barge, lift that bale: How employers view fire service volunteers. 2005.PDF icon thurs_birch.pdf (399.64 KB)
F. Reisen, Cheng, M., and Brown, S. K., Toxic gas emissions during burning of CCA-treated timber and Bluesteel Colorbond fences using the Cone Calorimeter, Bushfire CRC, 2005.
A. Cottrell and Spillman, M., Understanding Communities Project: An Overview - August 2005, in AFAC and Bushfire CRC Conference, 6 & 7 October 2005, , Auckland, 2005.PDF icon c1_overview_bulletin.pdf (143.24 KB)

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