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Victoria Fire Weather Climatology Dataset - Overview and Outputs
Victoria Fire Weather Climatology Dataset - Overview and Outputs
18 Aug 2015
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Victoria Fire Weather Climatology Dataset - Overview and Outputs

A high spatial and temporal resolution climatology of fire weather is important for fire management planning. A homogeneous 41-year (1972–2012) hourly 4-km gridded climate data set for the fireprone state of Victoria, Australia has been generated. The dataset includes temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, wind direction, FFDI, and daily DF and KBDI. This unique data set provides an almost limitless opportunity for hitherto unavailable analyses such as - identifying optimal prescribed burning windows and developing regionally relevant scenarios for bushfire management plans.

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Graham Mills; Tim Brown; Domagoj Podnar; Hauss Reinbold; Matt Fearon
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