Lead end user
This project uses cutting-edge technology and imagery to produce spatial information on fire hazard and impacts needed by planners, land managers and emergency services to manage fire at landscape scales. The team works closely with agencies to better understand their procedures and information needs, comparing these with the spatial data and mapping methods that are readily available, and developing the next generation of mapping technologies to help them prepare and respond to bushfires.
|2017||Conference Paper||Implementing CRC research: development of a tool for assessing post-fire hydrologic risk. AFAC17 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2017).|
|2015||Conference Paper||The Effect of Hazard Reduction Burning on the Fuel Array in Nature Reserves and Urban Parks in the Australian Capital Territory Conference Paper 2014. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014 (2015).|
|2013||Conference Proceedings||Winter Hazard Reduction Burning Reduces the Fuel Load in Themeda and Phalaris during Summer. 2013 Research Forum (2013). at <http://www.bushfirecrc.com/resources/research-report/winter-hazard-reduction-burning-reduces-fuel-load-themeda-and-phalaris-dur>|
|Presentation-Audio-Video||02 Aug 2017||Panel: Getting value from research investment - Showcase 2017||emergency management, optimisation, resilience|
|Presentation-Audio-Video||05 Sep 2017||Research Forum - AFAC17||Save (0 bytes)||communication, emergency management, multi-hazard|
|Presentation-Audio-Video||05 Sep 2017||AFAC17 - Continuing the conversation: Collaboration||Save (0 bytes)||communication, emergency management, multi-hazard|