With a focus on the physical science and engineering projects, the second Research Advisory Forum for 2015 took place at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane on the 17-18 November with around 100 researchers and end-users attending.
Australian Institute of Disaster Resilience launch November 2015
A new approach for the delivery of emergency management education, training and professional development was launched in Brisbane today.
Conducting research at the Siding Spring Observatory after the Coonabarabran bushfire in 2013.
Funding is now available for research in the immediate aftermath of an emergency situation.
November update to the Southern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook.
An updated Southern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook has been released, covering South Australia and Tasmania.
Time to consider our research
Ensuring that great value for our partners is derived from investments in the Bushfire and Natural Hazard CRC, the CRC has begun a process to refresh our current research program.
Dr Mark Finney from the US Forest Service delivers the opening keynote his new fire behaviour research at the 2015 Research Forum.
All the research papers from the 2015 Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC & AFAC conference are now available in full.

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