Current students

AFAC Group: students

CRC PhD students at the 2015 annual conference in Adelaide.

Students and their projects

Studentsort descending Student Project
AmriAvianto Amri A cross cultural investigation of child-centred disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in Indonesia and Australia
Melanie Baker-Jones Baker-JonesMelanie Baker-Jones Web 2.0 in disaster and emergency: a risk assessment of tortious liability
BancroftHeather Bancroft The impact of individual factors and operational organisational resources and demands on mental health outcomes
Bill Calcutt CalcuttBill Calcutt Valuing volunteers: reconciling volunteer expectations and experiences in emergency services
ChenYang Chen Modelling forest fuel temporal change using LiDAR
ClarkeAndrew Clarke An evaluation of key fire safety messages (KFSM) and their efficacy when applied under varying degrees of stress
CrawfordMiles Crawford How risk informs natural hazard management: a study of the interface between risk modelling for tsunami inundation and local government policy and procedure
DwyerGraham Dwyer We have not lived long enough: sensemaking and learning from bushfire in Australia
FlorecDr Veronique Florec Economic analysis of prescribed burning
FurlaudJames Furlaud How do wet eucalypt forests burn: managing Tasmania’s most dangerous fuel type
Grigorijs Goldbergs GoldbergsGrigorijs Goldbergs Remote sensing of tree structure and biomass in north Australian mesic savanna
Hall Sarah Hall Fire and emergency service workers operating on-call: the effect on stress and sleep
HallyBryan Hally Attribution of active fire using simulated fire landscapes
Hasanzadeh NafariRoozbeh Hasanzadeh Nafari Flood damage assessment in urban areas
HaworthBilly Haworth Volunteered geographic information, community engagement and bushfire preparation
HenryMatthew Henry Comprehensive school safety: developing a framework for the Australian school setting
HolmesAlex Holmes Investigating the effect of soil moisture, temperature and precipitation extremes on fire risk and intensity in Australia
HoultRyan Hoult Seismic assessment and design philosophy of reinforced concrete in Australia
HumphreysMitchell Humphreys Internal pressure fluctuations in industrial type sheds
HuntSue Hunt Implementing policy to enable disaster resilience in the Australian Federation
Fiona Jennings JenningsFiona Jennings Community volunteering and disaster recovery
Thomas Kloetzke KloetzkeThomas Kloetzke Measurement, analysis and simulation of surface wind fields during landfalling tropical cyclones
NdalilaMercy Ndalila Pyrogeography of Tasmania: understanding how vegetation type and bushfire history influences fuel types and smoke emissions
Charles Newland NewlandCharles Newland Improved calibration of spatially distributed models to simulate disaster risk
Korah Parackal ParackalKorah Parackal An analytical technique for determining the redistribution of structural load effects with increasing wind loads
PooleyKamarah Pooley Preventing youth misuse of fire in New South Wales: an empirical evaluation
Rachael Quill QuillRachael Quill (nee Griffiths) Spatial-statistical characterisation of wind fields over complex terrain for bushfire modelling applications
RaducanGabriela Raducan Impact of bushfire on water quality
RammTimothy Ramm Advancing long-term planning and decision analysis to improve the resilience of communities against changing coastal risk
RashidMayeda Rashid Child-centred Disaster Risk Reduction (CC- DRR): achievements, challenges and scope
Graeme Riddell RiddellGraeme Riddell Methods to develop long term, efficacious risk mitigation policies
Rodriguez CubilloDario Rodriguez Cubillo Landscape ecology of fire - lessons from Tasmanian wilderness
SimpsonHeather Simpson Productivity and effectiveness of suppression resources and tactics on campaign fires
Emma Singh SinghEmma Singh (nee Phillips) Network disruptions during long-duration natural hazard events
StoreyMichael Storey Empirical analysis of spot fire and ember behaviour during extreme fire weather conditions
SuttonSteve Sutton Cultural drivers of disaster response behaviour and their cross-cultural applicability
ThomasChristopher Thomas An investigation of the dynamics of fire-fire interactions using a coupled fire-atmosphere model
van WezelKate van Wezel Including women in fire management on Waanyi and Garawa lands
WadhwaniRahul Wadhwani Refinement of the submodels of pyrolysis and firebrand transport and undertaking experiments to validate those for a physics-based bushfire prediction model.
Houzhi Wang WangHouzhi Wang Initiation of biomass smouldering combustion
Caroline Wenger WengerCaroline Wenger Flood management in a changing climate: integrating effective approaches
Rachel Westcott WestcottRachel Westcott The interactions between emergency responders and animal owners in bushfire: improving community preparedness and response outcomes
Ashley Wright WrightAshley Wright Improving flood forecast skill using remote sensing data
YazdanfarZeinab Yazdanfar Prediction of scour on bridge piers under flood loading

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