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M. Eburn, Changes to occupational health and safety laws and the impact on volunteers in the emergency services, The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 43-47, 2011.
B. J. McLennan and Handmer, J., Changing the rules of the game: mechanisms that shape responsibility-sharing from beyond Australian fire and emergency management., The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol. 27, 2012.
A. J. Dowdy and Mills, G. A., Characteristics of lightning-attributed wildland fires in south-east Australia, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2012.
R. E. Keane, Cary, G. J., Davies, I. D., Flannigan, M. D., Gardner, R. H., Lavorel, S., Lenihan, J. M., Li, C., and Rupp, T. S., A classification of landscape fire succession models: spatial simulations of fire and vegetation dynamics., Ecological Modelling. , vol. 179, p. Mar-27, 2005.
L. M. Vivian, Doherty, M., and Cary, G. J., Classifying the fire-response traits of plants: How reliable are species-level classifications?, Austral Ecology, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 264 - 273, 2010.
T. D. Penman and York, A., Climate and recent fire history affect fuel loads in Eucalyptus forests: Implications for fire management in a changing climate, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 260, no. 10, pp. 1791 - 1797, 2010.
S. Roxburgh and Mokany, K., Comment on 'From Plant Traits to Plant Communities: A Statistical Mechanistic Approach to Biodiversity'. Science, Science Direct. Biological Conservation., vol. 316, 2007.
J. Handmer and Proudley, B., Communicating uncertainty via probabilities: The case of weather forecasts, Environmental Hazards, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 79 - 87, 2007.
A. Cottrell, Communities and bushfire hazard in Australia: More questions than answers, Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 109 - 114, 2005.
S. Bushnell, Balcombe, L. J., and Cottrell, A., Community and fire service perceptions of bushfire issues in Tamborine Mountain: what's the difference?, Australian Journal of Emergency Management , vol. 22, p. 3-Sep, 2007.
J. Whittaker and Handmer, J., Community Bushfire Safety: A Review of Post-black Saturday Research, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 7-13, 2010.
H. Goodman, Lucy, H., and Boulet, J., Community Responses to Bushfires. The role and nature of systems of primary sociality, New Community Quarterly, vol. 5, 2007.
J. Whittaker, Haynes, K., Handmer, J., and McLennan, J., Community safety during the 2009 Australian ‘Black Saturday’ bushfires: an analysis of household preparedness and response, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2013.
G. Elsworth, Gilbert, J., Rhodes, A., and Goodman, H., Community safety programs for bushfire: What do they achieve, and how?, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 2009.
R. J. B. Fawcett, Wain, A., Thurston, W., Kepert, J. D., and ATory, K. J., A comparison of the fire weather characteristics of the Melbourne dust storm (1983) and Black Saturday (2009): a high-resolution ACCESS case study, 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, pp. 167-172, 2013.
G. J. Cary, Keane, R. E., Gardner, R. H., Lavorel, S., Flannigan, M. D., Davies, I. D., Li, C., Lenihan, J. M., Rupp, T. S., and Mouillot, F., Comparison of the Sensitivity of Landscape-fire-succession Models to Variation in Terrain, Fuel Pattern, Climate and Weather, Landscape Ecology, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 121 - 137, 2006.
Y. Pérez, Pastor, E., Planas, E., Plucinski, M. P., and Gould, J. S., Computing forest fires aerial suppression effectiveness by IR monitoring, Fire Safety Journal, 2010.
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.
C. L. Parr, Sinclair, B. J., Andersen, A. N., Gaston, K. J., and Chown, S. L., Constraint and Competition in Assemblages: A Cross‐Continental and Modeling Approach for Ants, The American Naturalist, vol. 165, no. 4, pp. 481 - 494, 2005.
A. N. Andersen, Parr, C. L., Lowe, L. M., and Müller, W. J., Contrasting fire-related resilience of ecologically dominant ants in tropical savannas of northern Australia, Diversity and Distributions, vol. 13, no. 4, pp. 438 - 446, 2007.
K. Scott, Setterfield, S. A., Andersen, A. N., and Douglas, M. M., Correlates of grass-species composition in a savanna woodland in northern Australia, Australian Journal of Botany, vol. 57, no. 1, p. 10, 2009.
P. Fairbrother, Tyler, M., Hart, A., Mees, B., Phillips, R., Stratford, J., and Toh, K., Creating “Community”? Preparing for Bushfire in Rural Victoria, Rural Sociology, vol. 78, no. 2, pp. 186-209, 2013.
T. Hamilton, Wittkuhn, R., and Carpenter, C., Creation of a fire history database for southwestern Australia: giving old maps new life in a geographic information system, Conservation Science Western Australia, 2009.
M. A. Adams, Cunningham, S. C., and Taranto, M. T., A critical review of the science underpinning fire management in the high altitude ecosystems of south-eastern Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, 2013.
B. M. Horton, Close, D. C., WARDLAW, T. J., and Davidson, N. J., Crown condition assessment: An accurate, precise and efficient method with broad applicability to Eucalyptus, Austral Ecology, p. no - no, 2010.

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