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C. Lord, Netto, K., Petersen, A., Nichols, D., Drain, J., Phillips, M., and Aisbett, B., Validating ‘fit for duty’ tests for Australian volunteer fire fighters suppressing bushfires, Applied Ergonomics, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 191 - 197, 2012.
R. Wittkuhn and Hamilton, T., Using Fire History Data to Map Temporal Sequences of Fire Return Intervals and Seasons, Fire Ecology, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 97 - 114, 2010.
S. L. Stephens, Adams, M. A., Handmer, J., Kearns, F. R., Leicester, R., Leonard, J. E., and Moritz, M. A., Urban–wildland fires: how California and other regions of the US can learn from Australia, Environmental Research Letters, vol. 4, no. 1, p. 014010, 2009.
T. G. Bailey, Davidson, N. J., and Close, D. C., Understanding the regeneration niche: Microsite attributes and recruitment of eucalypts in dry forests, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 269, pp. 229 - 238, 2012.
T. Prior and Paton, D., Understanding the Context: The value of community engagement in bushfire risk communication and education. Observations following the East Coast Tasmania bushfires of December 2006, Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, pp. 1-15, 2006.
T. Prior and Paton, D., Understanding the Context: The value of community engagement in bushfire risk communication and education. Observations following the East Coast Tasmania bushfires of December 2006, Australaian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, vol. http://www.massey.ac.nz/~trauma/issues/2008-2/prior.htm, 2008.
M. G. Cruz and Alexander, M. E., Uncertainty associated with model predictions of surface and crown fire rates of spread, Environmental Modelling & Software, vol. 47, pp. 16-28, 2013.
M. Plucinksi, The timing of vegetation fire occurrence in a human landscape, Fire Safety Journal, vol. 67, pp. 42-52, 2014.
R. P. Thornton, This special legal edition of the Australian Journal of Emergency Management in context, The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, vol. 27, 2012.
J. J. Hollis, Matthews, S., Ottmar, R. D., Prichard, S. J., Slijepcevic, A., Burrows, N. D., Ward, B., Tolhurst, K. G., Anderson, W. R., and Gould, J. S., Testing woody fuel consumption models for application in Australian southern eucalypt forest fires, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 260, no. 6, pp. 948 - 964, 2010.
A. Slijepcevic, Anderson, W. R., and Matthews, S., Testing existing models for predicting hourly variation in fine fuel moisture in eucalypt forests, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 306, pp. 202-215, 2013.
D. Hodge, Pharo, E., and Turner, P. A. M., Terrestrial bryophyte diversity along a wildfire chronosequence in Tasmania wet sclerophyll forest, TasForests, 2007.
C. R. Warren and Taranto, M. T., Temporal variation in pools of amino acids, inorganic and microbial N in a temperate grassland soil, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 353 - 359, 2010.
S. D. Maleknia, Vail, T. M., Cody, R. B., Sparkman, D. O., Bell, T., and Adams, M. A., Temperature-dependent release of volatile organic compounds of eucalypts by direct analysis in real time (DART) mass spectrometry, Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, vol. 23, no. 15, pp. 2241 - 2246, 2009.
B. Larsen, Graham, T., and Aisbett, B., A survey to identify physically demanding tasks performed during storm damage operations by Australian State Emergency Services personnel, Applied Ergonomics, vol. 44, no. 1, pp. 128 - 133, 2013.
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.
B. K. Pekin, Boer, M. M., Macfarlane, C., and Grierson, P., Structural and physiological responses of eucalypt forest to variation in fire frequency and aridity in southwest Australia., Forest Ecology & Management, 2009.
L. Tedersoo, Jairus, T., Horton, B. M., Abarenkov, K., Suvi, T., Saar, I., and Kõljalg, U., Strong host preference of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a Tasmanian wet sclerophyll forest as revealed by DNA barcoding and taxon-specific primers, New Phytologist, vol. 180, no. 2, pp. 479 - 490, 2008.
M. G. Barbour and Buckley, T. N., The stomatal response to evaporative demand persists at night in Ricinus communis plants with high nocturnal conductance, Plant, Cell & Environment, vol. 30, no. 6, pp. 711 - 721, 2007.
M. G. Barbour and Buckley, T. N., The stomatal response to evaporative demand persists at night in Ricinus communis plants with high nocturnal conductance, Plant, Cell and Environment, pp. 711-721, 2007.
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.
J. Whittaker and Tibbits, A., Stay and defend or leave early: policy problems and experiences during the 2003 Victorian bushfires., Environmental Hazards, 2007.
P. A. M. Turner, Balmer, J., and Kirkpatrick, J. B., Stand-replacing wildfires?The incidence of multi-cohort and single-cohort Eucalyptus regnans and E. obliqua forests in southern Tasmania, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 258, no. 4, pp. 366 - 375, 2009.
P. Langlands, Brennan, K. E. C., and Pearce, R., Spiders, spinifex, rainfall, and fire: long-term changes in an arid spider assemblage., Journal of Arid Environments, pp. 36-59, 2006.
M. M. Boer, Sadler, R. J., Bradstock, R. A., A. Gill, M., and Grierson, P., Spatial scale invariance of southern Australian forest fires mirrors the scaling behaviour of fire-driving weather events, Landscape Ecology, 2008.

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