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M. A. Gill, Hutley, L. B., Cook, G., Russell-Smith, J., Maier, S. W., Roxburgh, S., Meyer, C. P. (Mick), Barrett, D., Keith, H., Bradstock, R. A., Cary, G. J., Price, O. F., and Williams, R. J., Modelling the potential for prescribed burning to mitigate carbon emissions from wildfires in fire-prone forests of Australia, 2012.
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.
M. A. Gill, Stephens, S., and Cary, G. J., The World-Wide 'Wildfire' Problem, 2012.
K. Glasgow, The Sudanese Refugees and Fire Hazard Study, Bushfire CRC, 2006.PDF icon qfr2404_sudanese_reportweb.pdf (1.83 MB)
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.
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.
J. S. Gould, McCaw, L. W., Cheney, N. P., Ellis, P., and Matthews, S., Field Guide- Fuel assessment and fire behaviour prediction in dry euclaypt forest, Ensis- CSIRO & Department of Enivironment and Conservation, WA, 2007.
J. S. Gould, Sullivan, A., Cruz, M. G., Rucinski, C., and Prakash, M., National Fire Behaviour Knowledge Base- Bringing together the best information for best decisions, 2013 Research Forum. 2013.
J. S. Gould, Fuel Management-An Integral Part of Fire Management: Trans-Tasman Perspective, Fuels Management-How to Measure Success: Conference Proceedings. 2006.
J. S. Gould, Fuel management- an integral part of fire management: Trans-Tasman Perspective, International Journal of Wildland Fire , 2006.
J. S. Gould, McCaw, L. W., Cheney, N. P., Ellis, P., Knight, I. K., and Sullivan, A., Project Vesta- Fire in dry eucalypt Forest: Fuel structure, fuel dynamics and fire behaviour, Ensis- CSIRO & Department of Enivironment and Conservation, WA, 2007.
J. S. Gould, Flame Propagation in Shrubland Fuels. 2005.PDF icon program_a_-_flame_propagation_in_shrubland_fuels.pdf (700.14 KB)
J. S. Gould, Fire Behaviour Workshop State of Knowledge – Australasian Update, Bushfire CRC pre-Conference worskhop Hobart. Hobart, 2007.PDF icon firebehaviourworkshopcoursematerialsv4.pdf (9.9 MB)
J. Pablo Guerschman, Hill, M. J., Renzullo, L. J., Barrett, D. J., Marks, A. S., and Botha, E. J., Estimating fractional cover of photosynthetic vegetation, non-photosynthetic vegetation and bare soil in the Australian tropical savanna region upscaling the EO-1 Hyperion and MODIS sensors, Remote Sensing of Environment, vol. 113, no. 5, pp. 928 - 945, 2009.
D. Gunasekera, Gonzalez-Caban, A., Handmer, J., Mills, G. A., and Bannister, T., Framework for measuring the value of Australian Bureau of Meteorology fire weather services.Economic Value of Fire Weather Services., BMRC , 112, 2005.
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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.
J. Hamra, Hossain, L., Owen, C., and Abbasi, A., Effects of networks on learning during emergency events, Disaster Prevention and Management, vol. 21, no. 5, pp. 584-598, 2012.
J. Hamra, Wigand, R., Hossain, L., and Owen, C., Network effects on learning during emergency events, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 2013.
J. Handmer, Recognising Reality: Questioning the automatic evacuation reflex in wildfires., 2006.
J. Handmer and Proudley, B., Communicating uncertainty via probabilities: The case of weather forecasts, Environmental Hazards, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 79 - 87, 2007.
J. Handmer and Proudley, B., The Economics of Interface Wildfires. 2006.
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.
S. Harris, Anderson, W. R., Kilinc, M., and Fogarty, L., The relationship between fire behaviour measures and community loss: an exploratory analysis for developing a bushfire severity scale, Natural Hazards, 2012.
T. Harvest, Davidson, N. J., and Close, D. C., Is decline in high altitude eucalypt forests related to rainforest understorey development and altered soil bacteria following the long absence of fire?, Austral Ecology, vol. Nov. 2007, 2007.

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