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Launch of the Southern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook 2018

Hosted by Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC CEO Dr Richard Thornton, fire chiefs, commissioners and the Bureau of Meteorology gathered in Perth at AFAC18 to discuss the areas of their respective states with above average fire potential this upcoming bushfire season.

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05 Nov 2018
PhD science on bushfire prediction modelling
fire, modelling
11 Oct 2018
The Curly tail of cyclone protection - Mitchell...
cyclone, mitigation
02 Oct 2018
Launch of the Southern Australia Seasonal...
fire, fire weather
17 Sep 2018
AFAC18 Day 2 - highlights
13 Sep 2018
AFAC18 - Research Forum
communication, emergency management
12 Jun 2018
Heather Stuart from NSW SES discusses the...
communication, decision making
12 Jun 2018
Assistant Commissioner Rob McNeil draws on his...
communication, decision making
10 Apr 2018
How tsunami risk informs natural hazard management
planning, risk management
09 Apr 2018
Impacts of heatwaves - research findings
capability, planning
06 Apr 2018
Urban planning for natural hazard mitigation -...
emergency management, mitigation
05 Apr 2018
Catastrophic and cascading events - project...
capability, emergency management
03 Apr 2018
Enabling sustainable volunteering - adapting the...
communities, recruitment
28 Feb 2018
International Day for Disaster Reduction 2017 -...
multi-hazard, policy
28 Feb 2018
Highlights - International Day for Disaster...
multi-hazard, policy
14 Feb 2018
Korah Parackal - early career researcher entry...
cyclone, emergency management
24 Jan 2018
The Day the Flames Came: Dwellingup 1961
fire, fire impacts
11 Jan 2018
Enabling sustainable volunteering - adapting the...
communities, recruitment
11 Jan 2018
Enabling sustainable volunteering - changing...
communities, recruitment
16 Nov 2017
Enabling sustainable emergency volunteering:...
communities, recruitment
16 Oct 2017
Enabling sustainable volunteering - adapting the...
communities, recruitment