Views and Visions: Posts from our People

Bushfire impacts on water supplies - Bargo, NSW, 2013

Bushfire impacts on water supplies - Bargo, NSW, 2013

The section is an open forum for Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC partners to voice their views on relevent matters of interest.

In many cases, these posts represent the authors' personal views, which are not necessarily shared by any of the organisations with which they are associated. We publish them here in the interest of encouraging open, wide-ranging discussion on the matters our research is focused on.

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Emma Singh
Emma Singh (nee Phillips)
PhD Student
20 Oct
In August this year I presented my research at the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior Scientific Assembly in Portland, Oregon. This was a wonderful opportunity for me to critically discuss my findings with key volcanologists, as well attend conference field trips to Mount St Helens and Yellowstone National Park - both key sights with plenty of volcanic history.
Michael Rumsewicz
Dr Michael Rumsewicz
Research Director
12 Oct
I'm finishing up at the CRC, and it has been quite a journey working on ill-defined and sometimes wicked problems that could make a real difference to Australia's disaster resilience.
Andrew Gissing
3 Oct
Is our largest city prone to similar catastrophic flooding like was seen recently in Houston after Hurricane Harvey?
Nathan Maddock
Nathan Maddock
Senior Communications Officer
20 Sep
Not surprisingly, holding Australia's major emergency management conference in Sydney is good for your media profile.
Dr Richard Thornton
Chief Executive Officer
19 Sep
This years Research Forum once again demonstrated how much work is now ready for uptake by the sector.
Prof Alan March
Prof Alan March
Project Leader
18 Sep
Recently I've been in Chile, working with a team to investigate new ways of reducing bushfire risks around Concepcion.
Laurie Hammond
Dr Laurie Hammond
Independent Chairman
8 Sep
The new knowledge that was on show this week in Sydney for our annual conference demonstrates the significant part that research plays in building the evidence base for better policy and practice.
Michael Storey
PhD student
17 Aug
I travelled to the University of Coimbra in Portugal in late June, where I was hosted for two weeks at the Centre for Forest Fire Studies.

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