Research Advisory Forum 2014 at the National Wine Centre, Adelaide.
You are invited to this special event in the life of the CRC – a showcase of our research achievements 2013 to 2017, in Adelaide on 4-5 July 2017. Registrations are open now.
Mud Army and SES volunteers working together at the 2011 Queensland floods. Photo: Queensland Fire and Emergency Services
Hazard Note 27 identifies key shifts in the volunteering landscape as a whole, and considers the possible implications and opportunities for Australian emergency volunteering.
Emergency workers responding to a call.
For the first time, research will investigate the mental health and wellbeing of Australia's emergency service staff and volunteers.
St Andrews prescribed burn
Research is improving the accuracy of vegetation monitoring for flammability through the development of a beta smartphone application. Fuels3D will allow land managers to rapidly collect imagery in the field to calculate measures of fuel and severity metrics.
Dr Marta Yebra conducting a grassland fire experiment. Photo: Carolina Luiz
CRC researcher Dr Marta Yebra has taken out the prestigious Max Day Environmental Science Fellowship Award.
An exciting new direction of natural hazards research in Australia is set to begin, with seven new Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC projects beginning in July. These new projects, covering coastal management, emergency management capability, land use planning and recovery, are part of the next phase of national research into natural hazards.
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