Dr Sue Baker Researcher
Aimee Bliss Researcher
Nicolas Borchers Arriagada Associate Student
Prof David Bowman Researcher
Stuart Corney Supervisor
Dr Steven Curnin Completed associate student
James Furlaud PhD student
Dr Rebecca Harris Researcher
A/Prof Greg Jordan Researcher
Dr Peter Love researcher
Gabi Mocatta Supervisor
Mercy Ndalila PhD student
Dr Lynda Prior Researcher
Dr Timothy Ramm PhD student
Dr Tomas Remenyi Researcher
Kim Robinson PhD student
Dr Darren Turner Researcher
Dr Tim Wardlaw Researcher
Dr Chris White Supervisor

Assessment framework for the evaluation of wildfire risk reduction strategies

Nicolas Borchers Arriagada Associate Student

Assessment of post-fire recovery of sub alpine shrublands after the 2019 World Heritage Area Fires

Prof David Bowman Researcher

Re-measurement of burnt permanent plots in Tasmanian wet eucalypt forest - 2019

Prof David Bowman Researcher
James Furlaud PhD student

Using pre and post fire LiDAR to assess the severity of the 2019 Tasmanian Bushfires

Prof David Bowman Researcher

Assessment of post-fire recovery of Pencil Pine forest after the 2016 World Heritage Area Fires

Prof David Bowman Researcher

Spanning boundaries to support effective multi-agency coordination in emergency management

Dr Steven Curnin Completed associate student

Immediate post-fire vegetation re-measurement of TERN plots burnt during 2015/16 fire season

James Furlaud PhD student

How do wet eucalypt forests burn? Managing Tasmania’s most dangerous fuel type

James Furlaud PhD student

Characterisation of synoptic weather features often associated with extreme events in south east Australia and Tasmania

Dr Rebecca Harris Researcher

Smoke impacts on community health and social perceptions

The 2013 Forcett-Dunalley fire: A geospatial analysis of fire severity, smoke transport and emissions

Mercy Ndalila PhD student

Improving adaptation planning for future sea level rise and coastal flooding

Dr Timothy Ramm PhD student

Developing a flash flood warning system for short duration catchments using rain fields data, 2D hydrodynamic modelling and best-practice emergency communication

Kim Robinson PhD student

Landscape ecology of fire - lessons from Tasmanian wilderness