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Lismore floods 2017. Photo: NSW SES
Lismore floods 2017. Photo: NSW SES
Emergency management practitioners are encouraged to share their views on planning and preparation for catastrophic disasters through a new survey
New journal articles and reports on CRC research are available online.
Tony Jarrett from the NSW RFS at the 2017 International Day for Disaster Reduction.
Watch the highlights and full session from the International Day for Disaster Reduction public forum.
Bush at Moggs Creek in the Otways after a burn. Photo by Timothy Neale.
This is the February 2018 newsletter from the Hazards, culture and Indigenous communities project, with updates for project end-users.
Prescribed burn of an area infested by Gamba grass near Darwin.
This is the February 2018 newsletter from the Scientific diversity, scientific uncertainty and risk mitigation policy and planning project (RMPP), with updates for project end-users.
York Town Hall. Photo: Geoscience Australia
Research is underway to protect a small town in one of Australia’s most active earthquake regions.
Check out the latest CRC research to be published.
Engaging for Industry event at RMIT University
Research promotion was on the agenda this month at two high profile research and industry events.
12 February 2017 was amongst the most dangerous fire conditions in NSW history.
A year after some of the worst fire conditions ever experienced in NSW history, a new research report has found many people continue to underestimate the risk of fire.
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The deadline for abstract submissions for AFAC18 powered by INTERSCHUTZ is now 19 February.
Cyclone Bianca in WA. Photo: Stu Rapley (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)
A PhD study is looking at how education can benefit residents in areas that are prone to natural disasters. If you live in Port Hedland WA and have experienced a cyclone, storm or flood, you can assist with this...

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