Li Zhao

PhD student
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Li Zhao

Li Zhao’s background is hydrology and hydrogeology and her research interests include soil-vegetation-atmosphere transfer modelling, soil moisture, hydrology and hydrogeology. Currently, Li is a PhD candidate at the Australian National University and the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC. Li’s research focuses on dead fuel moisture forecasting by coupling a physical-based model for litter moisture prediction and the Australian Water Resources Assessment system Landscape (AWRA-L) model

Student project

This research aims to forecast fuel moisture content (FMC) by coupling FMC and water cycle models. The FMC model is a physical process-based model and the water cycle model is the Australian Water Resources Assessment system landscape (AWRA-L) model.
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Coupling Litter and Soil Moisture Dynamics For Dead Fuel Moisture Content Forecasting
19 Sep 2018
This research aims to evaluate the role of soil moisture in determining dead fuel moisture content...

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Presentation-Slideshow 17 Oct 2019 Mapping bushfire hazard and impacts PDF icon Save (8.51 MB) fire, fire impacts, fire severity
Presentation-Slideshow 07 May 2019 Mapping bushfire hazard and impacts PDF icon Save (1.96 MB)

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