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environments

Environments refers to the natural world, as a whole or in a particular geographical area. Environments also refers to the surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates.

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Fire-driven decline of endemic Allosyncarpia monsoon rainforests in Northern Australia Biblio environments, fire, land management
Verification of soil moisture from land surface models and traditional soil dryness indices - non peer reviewed extended abstract Biblio PDF icon save (236.43 KB) environments, fuel reduction
Economics of Natural Hazards Annual Report 2017-2018 Biblio PDF icon save (1.21 MB) emergency management, environments, multi-hazard
Global vegetation gross primary production estimation using satellite-derived light-use efficiency and canopy conductance Biblio environments, fire, remote sensing
Influence of controlled burning on the mobility and temporal variations of potentially toxic metals (PTMs) in the soils of a legacy gold mine site in Central Victoria, Australia Biblio environments, fire impacts, land management
Managing scale and uncertainty in fire management planning incorporating growth stage and habitat analysis Project environments, prescribed burning
Accredited qualifications for capacity development in disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation Biblio emergency management, environments, risk management
Using LiDAR for forest and fuel structure mapping: options, benefits, requirements and costs Biblio PDF icon save (2.89 MB) environments, fire impacts, modelling
The response of the southwest Western Australian wave climate to Indian Ocean climate variability Biblio coastal, environments, severe weather
Optimisation of fuel reduction burning regimes for carbon, water and vegetation outcomes Biblio environments, fuel reduction, prescribed burning
Assessing ecological performance thresholds in fire‐prone Kakadu National Park, northern Australia Biblio environments, land management, Northern Australia

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