Australian Seasonal Bushfire Outlook: June - August 2021
Most of Australia has had a wet six months and it is expected that winter will also be wetter than average in most areas. However, winter coincides with the dry season in northern Australia, which marks the start of the bushfire season.
Bushfire raging on the North Black Range, December 2019. Photo: Ned Dawson/NSW Rural Fire Service
Research after the worst fire season in NSW history shows there are challenges around community expectations of bushfire warnings, with many people expecting to receive highly detailed and localised information in near real-time.
Researchers have developed two new tools that help support and enhance individual and team capabilities during emergencies. Photo: South Australia Country Fire Service.
Researchers have developed two new tools that help support and enhance individual and team capabilities during emergencies.
Driving Change collects and curates the best and latest research from across the eight years of the
The CRC has created Driving Change – an online resource that collects and curates the best and latest research from across the eight years of the CRC’s research program.
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