Prescribed burning

Research Forum – don’t miss it

The latest in fire science from around Australia and internationally will be showcased at this year’s Research Forum, which kicks off the AFAC and Bushfire CRC annual conference in Melbourne on 2 September.

A key part of the conference, the Research Forum highlights the diversity of research being conducted across the sector. The Forum is not just for scientists, but for all emergency management personnel and the wider researcher community.

Travel grants available

Travel grants of up to $3000 are available for end users to discuss and promote their organisations use of Bushfire CRC research at major international conferences.

Members of end user partner organisations are best placed to demonstrate how their organisations have utilised Bushfire CRC research to make effective improvements to the business of their organisation.

Modelling the potential for prescribed burning to mitigate carbon emissions from wildfires in fire-prone forests of Australia

M. A. Gill, Hutley, L. B., Cook, G., Russell-Smith, J., Maier, S. W., Roxburgh, S., Meyer, C. P. (Mick), Barrett, D., Keith, H., Bradstock, R. A., Cary, G. J., Price, O. F., and Williams, R. J., Modelling the potential for prescribed burning to mitigate carbon emissions from wildfires in fire-prone forests of Australia, 2012.

Implications of changing climate and atmospheric CO2 for grassland fire in south-east Australia: insights using the GRAZPLAN grassland simulation model

G. J. Cary, King, K. J., A. Gill, M., and Moore, A. D., Implications of changing climate and atmospheric CO2 for grassland fire in south-east Australia: insights using the GRAZPLAN grassland simulation model, 2012.

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