The second Research Advisory Forum (RAF) for 2014 was held at RMIT University in Melbourne on 3-4 December.
Yes, fire seasons are becoming longer and extreme fire weather is becoming more common, but that’s not the whole story.
Fire and Rescue NSW have recently received over a million dollars in funding to implement recommendations from Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC research.
An updated Southern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook has been released, covering Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.
Submit your abstract for the 2015 Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC annual conference now.
This is the December 2014 newsletter from the Scientific Diversity, Scientific Uncertainty and Risk Mitigation Policy and Planning project (RMPP...
This is the December 2014 newsletter from the Fire spread prediction across fuel types project, with updates for project end users.
European and Australian researchers will work closely on the latest fire science through an agreement signed in Portugal last month.
The first Research Advisory Forum (RAF) for 2015 will held at New South Wales Rural Fire Service on the 8 - 9 April 2015
The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC is a partner in this conference.
Join us in Adelaide for the 2015 annual conference.