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Fire is the product of a chemical reaction between fuel, oxygen and heat. Heat is necessary to start the reaction and once ignited, fire produces its own heat and becomes self-supporting.

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20 Mar 2019 Research and innovation leader appointed Chair Resource communication, fire, multi-hazard
19 Mar 2019 Add a spark to your fire conference News fire, fire weather, land management
19 Mar 2019 Learning the media game Blog emergency management, fire, fire impacts
19 Mar 2019 New online - March 2019 News emergency management, fire, multi-hazard
13 Mar 2019 Developing partnerships to inform media News communication, fire, flood
12 Mar 2019 Emergency services focus on research News emergency management, fire, warnings
12 Mar 2019 Fire Australia Issue One 2019 Resource PDF icon save (7.41 MB) communication, emergency management, fire
08 Mar 2019 Sesa Singha Roy - early career researcher entry 2019 Resource File save (0 bytes) fire, fire severity, modelling
07 Mar 2019 Ten years on from Black Saturday: what have we discovered? News fire, fire impacts, warnings
25 Feb 2019 Registrations open for fire conference Press Clipping fire
22 Feb 2019 New online - February 2019 News emergency management, fire, multi-hazard
22 Feb 2019 Ten years on, there is a bit of complacency in all of us Resource communication, fire, land management
21 Feb 2019 PhDs completed by students News emergency management, fire, multi-hazard
21 Feb 2019 New research funding available News emergency management, fire, flood
21 Feb 2019 Science expertise helps Queensland News emergency management, fire, fire weather
18 Feb 2019 Loaded program for fire conference News emergency management, fire, fire impacts
14 Feb 2019 Still Smouldering: reflections on the symposium Blog communities, fire, fire impacts
13 Feb 2019 Science informing media News emergency management, fire, fire impacts
07 Feb 2019 Black Saturday ten years on – what did we discover? Resource PDF icon save (240.52 KB) communities, fire, warnings
07 Feb 2019 Ten years on, there is a bit of complacency in all of us Blog communication, communities, fire
06 Feb 2019 Researchers required to create fire ignition model News fire, fire impacts, land management
29 Jan 2019 New online - January 2019 News emergency management, fire, fire impacts
25 Jan 2019 Completed PhDs excited about future News fire, fire impacts, land management
24 Jan 2019 Human dimensions and funding hopes Blog capability, fire
24 Jan 2019 All things fire in focus for conference  News fire, fire impacts, fire weather
19 Dec 2018 New fire research for Victoria News fire, land management, planning
19 Dec 2018 CRC scientists leading the way News diversity and inclusion, fire
19 Dec 2018 Mental health and research outcomes for the sector Resource emergency management, fire, resilience
18 Dec 2018 From PhD to fire agency News fire, fire impacts, soil moisture
13 Dec 2018 The development of a pyrocumulonimbus prediction tool: AFAC webinar Resource File save (0 bytes) communities, fire, fire impacts
13 Dec 2018 Fire dragon to model bushfires News fire, modelling
12 Dec 2018 Finding fires faster News fire, fire impacts, remote sensing
12 Dec 2018 Better fire danger ratings News fire, fire severity, warnings
12 Dec 2018 Satellites to help show when the bush is ready to burn News fire, remote sensing, vulnerability
12 Dec 2018 Carbon abatement through better fire mapping News fire, Northern Australia, prescribed burning
06 Dec 2018 Prepare for extended severe weather seasons News fire, fire weather, warnings
06 Dec 2018 Research benefits flowing News decision making, fire, resilience
23 Nov 2018 The prescribed fire atlas Resource PDF icon save (960.9 KB) fire, prescribed burning
23 Nov 2018 The savanna and rangelands monitoring and evaluation reporting framework Resource PDF icon save (1.67 MB) fire, fire weather, Northern Australia
23 Nov 2018 Determining threshold conditions for extreme fire behaviour Resource PDF icon save (868.87 KB) fire, fire impacts

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