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Fire is the product of a chemical reaction between fuel, oxygen and heat. Heat is necessary to start the reaction and once ignited, fire produces its own heat and becomes self-supporting.

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"I think I'm going to be frightened out of my wits" psychological preparedness and vulnerability: insights from the Sampson Flat fire Biblio save (196.54 KB) fire, resilience, vulnerability
"I’m going to be frightened out of my wits": Insights on psychological preparedness from the Sampson Flat fire - Danielle Every Resource save (970.63 KB) communication, communities, fire
"Should I Stay or Should I Go?" Presentation Resource save (2.08 MB) communication, fire
2009 Black Saturday and other large fire events - moisture content project Project fire, fire weather, soil moisture
7 February – lessons from two historic fires News communities, fire, fire impacts
A bushfire evacuation planning service utilising multiple simulation systems Resource save (1.45 MB) fire, planning, risk analysis
A bushfire evacuation planning service utilising multiple simulation systems - non peer reviewed extended abstract Biblio save (292.86 KB) fire, planning
A great opportunity to network with colleagues Blog fire, fuel reduction
A model-data fusion framework for estimating fuel properties, vegetation growth, carbon storage and the water balance at hillslope scale Biblio save (2.69 MB) fire, modelling
A radiative transfer model-based method for the estimation of grassland aboveground biomass Biblio fire, fire impacts, remote sensing
A theoretical framework for negotiating the path of emergency management multi-agency coordination Biblio emergency management, fire
Above average bushfire threat for Goldfields Midland region this summer Press Clipping fire, fire weather, forecasting
All Research to Drive Change resources accessible News communication, communities, fire
An Emprical Model for Assessing Daily Bushfire Community Smoke Exposure Over Large Geographic Areas Resource save (508.5 KB) exposure, fire
An investigation of the dynamics of fire-fire interactions using a coupled fire-atmosphere model Project fire, modelling
Analysis of RapidEye imagery to map fire severity and ground truthing Project fire, risk analysis
Ardity index as a predictor of the hydrogeomorphic response of burnt landscapes Project fire, fuel reduction, land management
Area Fire Management Groups Project Resource save (982.39 KB) emergency management, fire
Assessing Metrics for Estimating Fire Induced Change in the Forest Understorey Structure Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning Biblio fire, fire impacts, remote sensing
Assessment and calibration of fuel moisture sensors Project fire, prescribed burning
Attribution of active fire using simulated fire ladnscapes Project fire
Australia facing 'above normal' bushfire season Press Clipping fire, fire weather
Australia prepares for 'dangerous' bushfire season Press Clipping decision making, fire, fire weather
Australian bushfire outlook 2014 - 15 Press Clipping fire, fire weather
Average but prolonged fire season predicted for Northern Territory Press Clipping fire, forecasting, Northern Australia
Billy Haworth - volunteered geographic information, community engagement & bushfire preparation in Tasmania Resource save (0 bytes) communication, communities, fire
Black Tuesday - 1967 Tasmania bushfires Resource save (0 bytes) communities, fire, fire impacts
Breakdowns in coordinated decision making at and above the incident management team level: An analysis of three large scale Australian wildfires Biblio emergency management, fire
Building at the interface Resource save (6.7 MB) fire, fire impacts
Building Community Resilience in Northern Australia Resource save (2.2 MB) communities, fire, resilience
Building relationships and the three P's of research utilisation News save (951.02 KB) child-centred, education, fire
Bushfire climatology in Victoria Project fire, fire weather
Bushfire modelling a test of human nature when the heat is on Press Clipping communities, fire, warnings
Bushfire outlook sends timely reminder to communities Press Clipping fire, fire weather
Bushfire risk perception: a study of the perceived vulnerability of domestic architecture in Australian bushfire prone areas Project communities, fire, risk analysis
Bushfire risk perception: a study of the perceived vulnerability of domestic architecture in bushfire prone areas Resource save (1.69 MB) communities, fire, risk analysis
Bushfire risk perception: a study of the perceived vulnerability of domestic architecture in bushfire prone areas Resource save (1.09 MB) communities, fire, risk analysis
Bushfire risk perception: a study of the perceived vulnerability of domestic architecture in bushfire prone areas 2 Resource save (412.98 KB) communities, fire, risk analysis
Bushfire risk warning Press Clipping fire, fire weather
Bushfire season 2014: Prepare yourself, prepare your family and prepare your home, warns the RFS Press Clipping fire, fire weather, warnings

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