Views and Visions: Posts from our People

Bushfire impacts on water supplies - Bargo, NSW, 2013

Bushfire impacts on water supplies - Bargo, NSW, 2013

The section is an open forum for Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC partners to voice their views on relevent matters of interest.

In many cases, these posts represent the authors' personal views, which are not necessarily shared by any of the organisations with which they are associated. We publish them here in the interest of encouraging open, wide-ranging discussion on the matters our research is focused on.

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Chief Executive Officer
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Dr Richard Thornton
Chief Executive Officer
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Dr Tarn Kruger
Dr Tarn Kruger
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John Richardson
John Richardson
End User Rep
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A/Prof Michael Eburn
Project Leader
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