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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 and Proudley, B., The Economics of Interface Wildfires. 2006.
J. Handmer, Recognising Reality: Questioning the automatic evacuation reflex in 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.
J. Handmer and Proudley, B., Communicating uncertainty via probabilities: The case of weather forecasts, Environmental Hazards, vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 79 - 87, 2007.
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.
A. E. A. Hasson, Mills, G. A., Timbal, B., and Walsh, K., Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Extreme Fire Weather in Southeast Australia, CAWCR , 2008.
A. E. A. Hasson, Mills, G. A., Timbal, B., and Walsh, K., Assessing the impact of climate change on extreme fire weather events over southeastern Australia, Climate Research, vol. 39, pp. 159-172, 2009.
P. Hayes and Omodei, M., Managing Emergencies: Key Competencies for Incident Management Teams, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Organisational Psychology, vol. 4, pp. 1-10, 2011.
P. Hayes and Omodei, M., Getting the best bang for your buck: Ad hoc or pre-formed incident management teams?, IAWF 3rd Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, Seattle, WA, 17-19 April 2012. p. 67=68, 2012.
P. Hayes and Omodei, M., Essential aspects of effective simulation-based training for incident management personnel, Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day. Bushfire CRC, Sydney, Australia, 2011.
K. Haynes, Handmer, J., McAneney, J., Tibbits, A., and Coates, L., Australian bushfire fatalities 1900-2008: exploring trends in relation to the `Prepare, stay and defend or leave early' policy, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 185 - 194, 2010.
K. Hennessey, Lucas, C., Nicholls, N., Bathols, J., Suppiah, R., and Ricketts, J., Climate change impacts on fire-weather in southeast Australia, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research , 2005.
G. D. Hess, Tory, K. J., Lee, S., Wain, A., and Cope, M. E., Modelling the King Island bushfire smoke, pp. 93-104, 2006.
G. Hickey, Summary of reports from inquiries into bushfire incidents where multiple-agency interoperability has been implicated, 2006.
G. Hickey and Owen, C., Guidelines for enhancing Incident Management Team communication in Incident Control Centres, 2009.PDF icon guidelines_for_enhancing_communications_in_incident_control_centres.pdf (2.48 MB)
D. Hodge, A comparison of terrestrial bryophyte diversity between old growth and forest disturbed in 1898, University Of Tasmania, School of Environmental Studies. , 2006.
D. Hodge, Pharo, E., and Turner, P. A. M., Terrestrial bryophyte diversity along a wildfire chronosequence in Tasmania wet sclerophyll forest, TasForests, 2007.
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.
J. J. Hollis, Matthews, S., Anderson, W. R., Cruz, M. G., and Burrows, N. D., Behind the flaming zone: Predicting woody fuel consumption in eucalypt forest fires in southern Australia, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 261, no. 11, pp. 2049 - 2067, 2011.
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.
J. J. Hollis and McCaw, L. W., Woody fuel consumption in the changing climate of Australia, Biennial Conference of the Institute of Foresters of Australia, Caloundra QLD. 2009.

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