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J. Myers, Gould, J. S., Cruz, M. G., and Henderson, M. K., Fuel dynamics and fire behaviour in Australian mallee and heath vegetation, The fire environment--innovations, management, and policy. 2007.
R. W. Mutch, Rogers, M. J., Stephens, S. L., and A. Gill, M., Protecting Lives and Property in the Wildland–Urban Interface: Communities in Montana and Southern California Adopt Australian Paradigm, Fire Technology, vol. 47, no. 2, pp. 357 - 377, 2011.
E. Mortimer, Bergin, A., and carter, rachel, Sharing risk: Financing Australia’s disaster resilience, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, 2011.
D. Morrison, Lawrence, C., and Oehmen, R., Community Level Influence on Individual Behaviours - final project report, Bushfire CRC, 2014.PDF icon Community level influence on individual behaviours - final report.pdf (3.76 MB)
R. Morris, Buckman, S., Connelly, P., Dragovich, D., Ostendorf, B., and Bradstock, R. A., The dirt on assessing post-fire erosion in the Mount Lofty Ranges: comparing methods, Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day. Bushfire CRC, Sydney, Australia, 2011.
R. Morris, Bradstock, R. A., Dragovich, D., Henderson, M. K., Penman, T. D., and Ostendorf, B., Environmental assessment of erosion following prescribed burning in the Mount Lofty Ranges, Australia, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2013.
R. Morris, Dragovich, D., and Ostendorf, B., Hillslope erosion and post-fire sediment trapping at Mount Bold, South Australia, Wildfire and Water Quality: Processes, Impacts and Challenges. Banf, Canada, 2012.
J. Monaghan, Fire Risk in Aboriginal peri-urban landscapes in North Australia. Case studies from western Cape York Peninsula, Bushfire CRC, 2004.PDF icon c1_bulletin_1.pdf (146.93 KB)
J. Monaghan, Fire risk in Aboriginal peri-urban landscapes in northern Australia:Case studies from western Cape York Peninsula, in Communities living with hazards, D. King and Cottrell, A. Townsville: Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University , 2007, pp. 156 -192.
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.
J. P. Minas, Hearne, J., and Martell, D., A spatial optimisation model for multi-period landscape level fuel management to mitigate wildfire impacts, European Journal of Operational Research, 2013.
J. P. Minas, Hearne, J. W., and Martell, D., An integrated optimization model for fuel management and fire suppression preparedness planning, Annals of Operations Research, 2013.
J. P. Minas and Hearne, J. W., Integrated decision support model, Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day. Bushfire CRC, Sydney, Australia, 2011.
J. P. Minas, Hearne, J. W., and Handmer, J., A review of operations research methods applicable to wildfire management, International Journal of Wildland Fire, 2011.
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)
G. A. Mills and Morgan, G., The Winchelsea Convergence - using radar and mesoscale NWP to diagnose cool change structure., Australian Meteorological Magazine, vol. 55, pp. 47-58, 2006.
G. A. Mills, On easterly changes over elevated terrain in Australia's southeast, Australian Meteorological Magazine , vol. 56, pp. 177-190, 2007.
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.
G. A. Mills, Abrupt surface drying and fire weather Part 1: Overview and case study of the South Australian fires of 11 January 2005., Australian Meteorological Magazine , vol. 57, pp. 299-310, 2008.
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.
G. A. Mills, Extreme surface drying and fire weather Part 2: A preliminary synoptic/dynamic climatology in the forested areas of southern Australia, vol. 57, pp. 311-328, 2008.
G. A. Mills, Brown, T., and Lucas, C., Seasonal Bushfire Assessment 2006 - 2007: A look ahead at the coming fire season, Bushfire CRC, 2006.
A. Miehs, York, A., Tolhurst, K. G., Di Stefano, J., and Bell, T., Sampling downed coarse woody debris in fire-prone eucalypt woodlands, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 259, no. 3, pp. 440 - 445, 2010.
C. P. (Mick) Meyer, Cope, M. E., Lee, S., Young, S., and Keywood, M., Measuring the Health Impact of Bushfire Smoke: Companion Volume for the Fire DST Project, 2014.PDF icon health_impact_of_bushfire_smoke_final_report.pdf (2.67 MB)
C. P. (Mick) Meyer, Lee, S., and Cope, M. E., Smoke impacts from prescribed burning in Victoria; developing a risk climatology, in 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 2013, pp. 200-206.

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