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18 Aug 2015

Mapping Bushfire Hazard and Impact

A good understanding of fire risk across the landscape is critical in preparing and responding to bushfire events and managing fire regimes, and this will be enhanced by remote sensing data. However, the vast array of spatial data sources available is not being used very effectively in fire management.

This project uses cutting edge technology and imagery to produce spatial information on fire hazard and impacts needed by planners, land managers and emergency services to effectively manage fire at landscape scales

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Suzanne Marselis; Tom Jovanovic; Malcolm Gale; Lauren de Waal; Darius Culvenor

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