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Hally, B., Wallace, L., Reinke, K., Jones, S. & Skidmore, A. Advances in active fire detection using a multi-temporal method for next-generation geostationary satellite data. International Journal of Digital Earth (2018). doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/17538947.2018.1497099
Westcott, R. Advancing public health in the context of natural hazards: normalising preparedness within a framework of adapted protection motivation theory. School of Medicine PhD, (2018).
Raposo, J. R. et al. Analysis of the physical processes associated with junction fires at laboratory and field scales. International Journal of Wildland Fire 27, (2018).
Taylor, M. & McCarthy, M. Animal emergency management in South Australia: a case study of the Sampson Flat bushfire. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33, (2018).
Riddell, G. et al. Applying unharmed for risk reduction planning – comparing strategies and long-term effectiveness. AFAC18 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
O'Dwyer, D. Lisel & Thompson, K. Attachment, bushfire preparedness, planning, and response among animal guardians: A South Australian case study. PLOS (2018). at <http://currents.plos.org/disasters/article/bushfire-preparedness-planning-and-response-among-animal-guardians-a-south-australian-case-study/>
Newton, P. et al. Australia's Metropolitan Imperative - An Agenda for Governance Reform (CSIRO Publishing, 2018). at <https://www.publish.csiro.au/book/7726/>
Yebra, M., van Dijk, A. & Cary, G. Australian Flammability Monitoring System Version 1.0: User feedback and priorities for further development. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Nadimpalli, K., Mohanty, I., Vidyattama, Y., Kalantari, M. & Rajabifard, A. Australian natural hazards exposure information framework: guidelines for national consistency and comprehensive information. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Bearman, C., McLennan, J., Koksal, K. & Every, D. Australian wildland-urban interface householders’ wildfire safety preparations: ‘Everyday life’ project priorities and perceptions of wildfire risk. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2018). doi:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2018.09.017
Nairn, J. et al. Australia's future national heatwave forecast and warning service: operational considerations. AFAC18 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Kepert, J. The boundary layer dynamics of tropical cyclone rainbands. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 75, (2018).
Pyke, J. Building capability in emergency services: diversity and inclusion in communities. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Thompson, K. & O'Dwyer, L. Bushfire Preparedness, Planning, and Response among Animal Guardians: A South Australian Case Study. PLOS Current Disasters (2018). doi:10.6084
Gharun, M., Possell, M., R. Vervoort, W., Adams, M. A. & Bell, T. Can a growth model be used to describe forest carbon and water balance after fuel reduction burning in temperate forests?. Science of the Total Environment 615, 1000-1009 (2018).
Bowman, D. et al. Can air quality management drive sustainable fuels management at the temperate wildland–urban interface?. Fire 1, (2018).
Dovers, S. Can major post-event inquiries and reviews contribute to lessons management?. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33, (2018).
Maharaj, N. & Rasmussen, B. Changing capabilities of emergency service organisations. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Krishna, R., Ronan, K. & Alisic, E. Children in the 2015 South Indian floods: community members’ views. European Journal of Psychotraumatology 9, (2018).
Curnin, S. Collaboration in disasters: A cultural challenge for the utilities sector. Utilities Policy 54, (2018).
Gajanayake, A., Mohseni, H., Zhang, G., Mullett, J. & Setunge, S. Community adaptation to cope with disaster related road structure failure. Procedia Engineering 212, (2018).