Events for the year 2015

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The second Research Advisory Forum for 2015 took place at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane on 17-18 November.
CRC researchers featured at the 8th Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference at the University of Western Australia, on 13-14 October 2015.
Tuesday 13 October was the International Day for Disaster Reduction and the CRC marked it with a special event in Perth.
12 Oct
The sixth International Wildland Fire Conference 2015 is in Korea in October, with the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC as a sponsor.
More than 1500 people attended the Adelaide conference, which included the CRC Research Forum.
The Seasonal Bushfire Outlook for southern Australia is used by fire authorities to make strategic decisions on resource planning and prescribed fire management for the upcoming... [more]
This series of workshops will be held in August as part of the ongoing research that the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC economic cluster is undertaking. The workshops will be... [more]
The Emergency Management Conference is the annual conference presented by the Emergency Services Foundation.
Fire managers from across the north of Australia discussed topics of current interest at the North Australian Fire Management Forum in Cairns.
There was plenty of interesting in all things Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC at the 2014 Rural Fire Service Association conference in Mudgee, NSW.
A visiting US communications researcher presented a seminar on the role of social media in hazards.
CRC researchers and partners dominated the program for this EM conference in May.
Presentations from our first Research Advisory Forum for 2015 are now online.
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The Sir Ivan fire. Photo: Nick Moir, Fairfax Media

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