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Goodman, H. & Gawen, J. Glimpses of ‘community’ through the lens of a small fire event. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management 23, (2008).
Attiwill, P. & Adams, M. A. Harnessing forest ecological sciences in the service of stewardship and sustainability A perspective from ‘down-under’. Forest Ecology and Management 256, 1636 - 1645 (2008).
Close, D. C., Davidson, N. J. & Watson, T. Health of remnant woodlands in fragments under distinct grazing regimes. Biological Conservation 141, 2395 - 2402 (2008).
Brown, T., Mills, G. A., Ghidey, T. & Reinbold, H. A High-Resolution Historical Fire Climate Data Set For Victoria. AFAC 2008 Conference (2008). at <http://knowledgeweb.afac.com.au/research/fire_behaviour/weather/a_high-resolution_historical_fire_climate_data_set_for_victoria>
Cookson, W. R., O'Donnell, A. J., Grant, C. D., Grierson, P. & Murphy, D. V. Impact of Ecosystem Management on Microbial Community Level Physiological Profiles of Postmining Forest Rehabilitation. 55, (2008).
Maleknia, S. D. & Adams, M. A. Impact of volatile organic compounds from wildfires on crop production and quality. Aspects of Applied Biology 93-97 (2008).
Vivian, L. M., Cary, G. J., Bradstock, R. & A. Gill, M. Influence of fire severity on the regeneration, recruitment and distribution of eucalypts in the Cotter River Catchment, Australian Capital Territory. Austral Ecology 33, 55 - 67 (2008).
A. Gill, M. & Allan, G. E. Large fires, fire effects and the fire-regime concept. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17, 688 (2008).
Boer, M. M. et al. Mapping burned areas and burn severity patterns in SW Australian eucalypt forest using remotely-sensed changes in leaf area index. Remote Sensing of Environment 112, 4358 - 4369 (2008).
Xinmei, H., Yimin, M. A. & Mills, G. A. Objective verification of operational mesoscale NWP model wind change forecasts. CTR008, , 72pp (CAWCR , 2008).
Barrow, L. & Parr, C. L. A preliminary investigation of temporal patterns in semiarid ant communities: Variation with habitat type. Austral Ecology 33, 653 - 662 (2008).
Paton, D. & Wright, L. Community bushfire safety (Handmer, J. & Haynes, K.) (CSIRO Publishing, 2008).
Leonard, J. Community bushfire safety (Handmer, J. & Haynes, K.) (2008). at <http://www.publish.csiro.au/nid/18/pid/5819.htm >
King, K. J., Bradstock, R., Cary, G. J., Chapman, J. & Marsden-Smedley, J. B. The relative importance of fine-scale fuel mosaics on reducing fire risk in south-west Tasmania, Australia. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17, 421 (2008).
Sharples, J. J. Review of formal methodologies for wind–slope correction of wildfire rate of spread. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17, 179 (2008).
Paton, D. Risk communication and natural hazard mitigation: how trust influences its effectiveness. International Journal of Global Environmental Issues 8, 2 (2008).
Buckley, T. N. The role of stomatal acclimation in modelling tree adaptation to high Co2. Journal of Experimental Botany 59, 11 (2008).
Bell, T. & Adams, M. A. Smoke from wildfires and prescribed burning in Australia: effects on human health and ecosystems. Forest Fires and Air Pollution Issues, Developments in Environmental Science Series (Elsevier Ltd, 2008). at <www.elsevier.com/wps/find/bookdescription.cws_home/716396/description#description>
Penman, T. & Towerton, A. L. Soil temperatures during autumn prescribed burning: implications for the germination of fire responsive species?. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17, 572 (2008).
Boer, M. M., Sadler, R. J., Bradstock, R., A. Gill, M. & Grierson, P. Spatial scale invariance of southern Australian forest fires mirrors the scaling behaviour of fire-driving weather events. Landscape Ecology (2008). doi:10.1007/s10980-008-9260-5
Tedersoo, L. et al. Strong host preference of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a Tasmanian wet sclerophyll forest as revealed by DNA barcoding and taxon-specific primers. New Phytologist 180, 479 - 490 (2008).
Cottrell, A. & King, D. Risk Wise, International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UN/ISDR) 41-44 (Tudor Rose, UK, 2008). at <http://eprints.jcu.edu.au/7449/>
Cowlishaw, S., McLennan, J. & Evans, L. Volunteer firefighting and family life: An organisational perspective on conflict between volunteer and family roles. Australian Journal on Volunteering 13, 21-31 (2008).
McLennan, J. & Birch, A. Why Would You Do It? Age and Motivation to Become a Fire Service Volunteer. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Organizational Psychology 1, 7 - 11 (2008).