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fuel reduction

Fuel reduction is the manipulation, including combustion, or removal of fuels to reduce the likelihood of ignition and/or to lessen potential damage and resistance to control.

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Effect of prescribed burning on wildfire severity - a landscape case study from the 2003 fires in Victoria Biblio PDF icon save (807.87 KB) fire severity, fuel reduction, prescribed burning
Can air quality management drive sustainable fuels management at the temperate wildland–urban interface? Biblio fire, fuel reduction
Optimisation of fuel reduction burning regimes for fuel reduction, carbon, water and vegetation outcomes: Annual project report 2014-2015 Biblio PDF icon save (410.45 KB) fuel reduction, optimisation, prescribed burning
Mapping spatial and temporal variation in tree water use with an elevation model and gridded temperature data Biblio fuel reduction, planning, prescribed burning
Sampling and data analysis of field sites in NSW Biblio PDF icon save (1.47 MB) fire, fuel reduction
Fire eases imbalances of nitrogen and phosphorus in woody plants Biblio fuel reduction, planning, prescribed burning
Tools supporting fire management in northern Australia Project File save (0 bytes) fuel reduction, planning, prescribed burning
Understanding present and future bushfire hazard reduction burn windows in NSW - non peer reviewed extended abstract Biblio PDF icon save (374.13 KB) fuel reduction, prescribed burning
Calibration of water balance using digital photography Biblio PDF icon save (1.46 MB) fuel reduction, planning, prescribed burning
An assessment of the viability of prescribed burning as a management tool under a changing climate: a Tasmanian case study Biblio PDF icon save (1.01 MB) fuel reduction, prescribed burning, risk management
Simulation of fuel bed ignition by wildland firebrands Biblio fire, fuel reduction, modelling
Ardity index as a predictor of the hydrogeomorphic response of burnt landscapes Project fire, fuel reduction, land management

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