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  1. Bushfires (44.371937)
    https://bluemountains.org.au/bushfires.shtml

    Bushfires 2019 20 Bushfires Conservation Society Bushfire Statement Here in the Blue Mountains the extent of the fires has greatly exceeded any previous recorded fire seasons Over [cached]

  2. Bushfire greenhouse gas emissions from mild to wild (6.834231)
    https://volunteerfirefighters.org.au/bushfire-greenhouse-gas…

    the CSIRO s Mick Meyer to compare greenhouse gas emissions from low intensity planned burning and high intensity bushfire The mild to wild bushfire comparison could then begin With bushfires expected to increase in intensity and frequency due to climate change we wanted to produce some baseline greenhouse [cached]

  3. Bushfire prediction tool can simulate dangerous ember showers and fire generated thunderstorms Spark… (6.0808544)
    https://volunteerfirefighters.org.au/bushfire-prediction-too…

    Operational developed by the CSIRO and the National Council for Fire and Emergency Services AFAC is a simulator that produces predictions statistics and visualisations of bushfire spread https player vimeo com video 151893991 app id 122963VIMEOCloud develops over Waroona Fire Similar to other simulators [cached]

  4. Bushfires CSIRO Bushfires (5.9694104)
    https://www.csiro.au/en/news/Topics-pages/Topic-Bushfires

    Helen Beringen Bushfire Behaviour and Risks team leader Andrew is the leader of the CSIRO Bushfire Behaviour and Risks team which is internationally recognised as a leader in the field of bushfire behaviour prediction and firefighter safety science Dr Sullivan is available for media comment and his media [cached]

  5. Bushfire arson (4.629226)
    https://crimestopperssa.com.au/campaigns/heat-turned-up-on-b…

    Follow us on YouTube Facebook and Twitter to watch clips of our latest campaigns and feature crimes Posted on 03 11 2020 As the state heads into predictions of a long and dry summer with significant fuel loadings in several parts of SA Crime Stoppers South Australia chair Ms Sharon Hanlon said the campaign [cached]

  6. Bushfire prediction technology to bolster emergency response efforts Spatial Source Bushfire predict… (4.5733924)
    https://www.spatialsource.com.au/remote-sensing/bushfire-pre…

    have signed an agreement to develop a nationally consistent bushfire modelling and prediction capability The partnership involves the development of Spark Operational a cutting edge bushfire simulation tool based on CSIRO s Spark fire prediction platform Fire and emergency services agencies across Australia [cached]

  7. Bushfire prediction technology to bolster emergency response efforts Spatial Source Bushfire predict… (4.3437653)
    https://spatialsource.com.au/remote-sensing/bushfire-predict…

    have signed an agreement to develop a nationally consistent bushfire modelling and prediction capability The partnership involves the development of Spark Operational a cutting edge bushfire simulation tool based on CSIRO s Spark fire prediction platform Fire and emergency services agencies across Australia [cached]

  8. Bushfire predictive services Bushfire Natural Hazards CRC Bushfire predictive services (4.0638924)
    https://www.bnhcrc.com.au/research/cluster/bushfire-predicti…

    events moisture content project Analysis of RapidEye imagery to map fire severity and ground truthing Bushfire climatology in Victoria Cropland fire behaviour Development of seasonal fire prediction tools Fire transitions across urban boundaries Identifying water sources using satellite imagery Landscape [cached]

  9. Theme 8 0 Post bushfire recovery support (3.9408648)
    https://nespthreatenedspecies.edu.au/research/theme-8-0

    impacts of the fires on those species The prediction by Professor Chris Dickman that more than 1 billion and later 3 billion animals were killed in the 2019 20 bushfires helped focus the world s attention on the plight of Australia s wildlife Yet these predictions were admittedly back of the envelope based [cached]

  10. Spark of hope in Australia s bushfire crisis CSIROscope (3.8806303)
    https://blog.csiro.au/spark-of-hope-in-australias-bushfire-c…

    severe weather events in a changing climate we need a better understanding of how bushfires start and spread We expect to see more frequent extreme bushfires in Australia So how can we plan ahead Australia s bushfire crisis has caused untold damage to people property flora and fauna Fires are a natural [cached]

  11. Bushfire prediction technology to bolster emergency response (3.8557014)
    https://www.manmonthly.com.au/news/bushfire-prediction-techn…

    s Fire Prediction Services Group will work with CSIRO to improve existing technology and build a national system that allows for consistent bushfire predictions to support emergency service and response teams across borders The partnership involves the development of Spark Operational a cutting edge [cached]

  12. Bushfire Royal Commission commonsense recommendations welcome DEV NCC 2021 website update (3.8257267)
    https://www.nature.org.au/bushfire_royal_commission_commonse…

    cyclones are projected to decrease in number but increase in intensity Floods and bushfires are expected to become more frequent and more intense Catastrophic fire conditions may render traditional bushfire prediction models and firefighting techniques less effective September 29 2021 The Nature Conservation [cached]

  13. Bushfire Royal Commission commonsense recommendations welcome DEV NCC 2021 website update (3.7292974)
    https://nature.org.au/bushfire_royal_commission_commonsense_…

    cyclones are projected to decrease in number but increase in intensity Floods and bushfires are expected to become more frequent and more intense Catastrophic fire conditions may render traditional bushfire prediction models and firefighting techniques less effective September 29 2021 The Nature Conservation [cached]

  14. Bushfire predictive services Bushfire Natural Hazards CRC Bushfire predictive services (3.6129477)
    https://bnhcrc.com.au/research/cluster/bushfire-predictive-s…

    events moisture content project Analysis of RapidEye imagery to map fire severity and ground truthing Bushfire climatology in Victoria Cropland fire behaviour Development of seasonal fire prediction tools Fire transitions across urban boundaries Identifying water sources using satellite imagery Landscape [cached]

  15. Managing the Bushfire Risk BFCRC Legacy Managing the Bushfire Risk (3.277058)
    https://www.bushfirecrc.com.au/news/news-item/managing-bushf…

    ecosystems soil erosion reduced water yield and quality and atmospheric pollution Meanwhile another Bushfire CRC project called Bushfire Spread Simulation and Modelling is developing a new type of bushfire spread simulator using simulation and animation technology to support a wide range of fire management [cached]

    • Mapping bushfire potential BFCRC Legacy Mapping bushfire potential
      https://www.bushfirecrc.com.au/news/news-item/mapping-bushfi…
      bushfire moving across the landscape is the goal of a project being implemented this fire season in Victoria Phoenix RapidFire a new Bushfire CRC software that maps bushfire potential is being trialled in Victoria as it endures what is expected to be a dry hot summer The longer term view is to help agencies
    • Research BFCRC Legacy
      https://www.bushfirecrc.com.au/research
      2010 Principal Scientific Advisers The Bushfire CRC ended in 2014 This content is no longer maintained In April 2014 close to 40 community safety practitioners gathered at the Bushfire CRC and AFAC offices in Melbourne to review the past 10 years of Bushfire CRC research into community safety The group
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  16. Anatomy of a Bushfire Bushfire Front Anatomy of a Bushfire (3.1931124)
    https://www.bushfirefront.org.au/resources-2/further-reading…

    atmosphere rich in oxygen it is obvious that the availability of fuel is the most critical factor in determining the intensity and behaviour of a bushfire A bushfire that can be attacked very soon after it starts can usually be controlled Fuel can be removed by raking around the fire or by creating a fire [cached]

  17. Almost two years on coronial inquiry relives state s tragic bushfire past About Regional Almost two … (3.1360147)
    https://aboutregional.com.au/almost-two-years-on-coronial-in…

    Menu Search Life flows here at Yarrah 27 August 2021 The aftermath of the South Coast bushfires on 1 January 2020 Photo Lisa Herbert NSW has begun its coronial inquiry into the Black Summer bushfires which killed 25 people and burnt seven per cent of the state s total landmass Assisting counsel [cached]

  18. Support bushfire science from home CSIROscope (3.1058154)
    https://blog.csiro.au/support-bushfire-science-from-home/

    Understanding impacts on our insect populations is one way we use science to study bushfires It contributes to broader work including fire prediction modelling and resilience Responding to national disasters like bushfires takes a community wide effort It s great that technology can create opportunities [cached]

  19. How pagan tree hugging makes our bushfires worse Advance Australia How pagan tree hugging makes our … (3.0774515)
    https://www.advanceaustralia.org.au/how_pagan_tree_hugging_m…

    of whom are on cushy six figure pubic service salaries dictating what is and is not right regardless of their consistent failure to make accurate predictions and measured decisions And it is not like we even need their expertise Our farmers and Indigenous know how to manage the Aussie bush In fact they [cached]

  20. Jim Gould Bushfire Natural Hazards CRC Jim Gould (2.9778857)
    https://www.bnhcrc.com.au/people/jgould

    and funded entirely by the Office of the Inspector General Emergency Management Queensland 07 2015 Report Post tropical cyclone fuel assessment and bushfire risk Gould J S 01 2015 Conference Paper Building Community Resilience to Natural Hazards in Northern Australia Gould J S Sithole B Campbell A James [cached]

  21. Bushfire Proof Homes Can we build safer homes to withstand bushfires dion seminara architecture Bush… (2.9029887)
    https://dsarchitecture.com.au/blog/can-we-build-bushfire-pro…

    Plans About Pre Designed Plans Pre Designed Packages Pre Designed Outdoor Entertainment Areas Blog Resources Contact Bushfire Proof Homes Can we build safer homes to withstand bushfires January 23 2020 Devastating fires have impacted on much of the country More than 29 people have died and more than [cached]

  22. Prepare for bushfire season RACT Prepare for bushfire season (2.7630787)
    https://www.ract.com.au/insurance-and-finance/related-articl…

    fire is prohibited including mowing your lawn Fire Danger Ratings are another indicator of risk They aren t a prediction of how likely a bushfire is to happen but they tell us how bad a bushfire could be if it did start on that day On severe extreme and catastrophic fire danger days or Total Fire Ban days [cached]

  23. Council fires up bushfire recovery efforts Singleton Council Council fires up bushfire recovery effo… (2.7328691)
    https://www.singleton.nsw.gov.au/896/Council-fires-up-bushfi…

    with Council to roll out locally led community and economic recovery initiatives in the wake of the bushfires Last night Singleton Council resolved to allocate grant funding from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency to a range of projects including infrastructure upgrades programs to boost the visitor [cached]

  24. Adapting to angry summers Australian Bushfires Science Meets Business Adapting to angry summers Aust… (2.7258856)
    https://sciencemeetsbusiness.com.au/australian-bushfires/

    them feel more confident in taking the behaviour Another active area of CRC led research is when and to whom those messages should be sent Bushfire predictions have taken a quantum leap forward in recent years with the development of a variety of computerised modelling systems that can predict bushfire [cached]

  25. Research BFCRC Legacy (2.7076845)
    https://bushfirecrc.com.au/research

    2010 Principal Scientific Advisers The Bushfire CRC ended in 2014 This content is no longer maintained In April 2014 close to 40 community safety practitioners gathered at the Bushfire CRC and AFAC offices in Melbourne to review the past 10 years of Bushfire CRC research into community safety The group [cached]

  26. Mika Peace Bushfire Natural Hazards CRC Dr Mika Peace (2.6636703)
    https://www.bnhcrc.com.au/people/mpeace

    fire and atmospheric components 19 Sep 2018 ACCESS Fire couples an empirical fire spread model to the Australian numerical weather prediction 29 Jun 2017 Some bushfires exhibit extreme behaviour that exceeds the bounds of existing predictive guides 14 Aug 2016 Coupled fire atmosphere models show three [cached]

  27. bushfire Archives Australian Geographic (2.6338694)
    https://www.australiangeographic.com.au/tag/bushfire/

    making it easier for government to protect them from bushfires A fire of this magnitude will alter the ecological balance on the island Here s why A bushfire can move at speed and jump homes and highways This summer help your family prepare with a bushfire plan 1 Know when you will leave what fire rating [cached]

  28. Bushfires Data Quest 2020 Showcase FrontierSI (2.624775)
    https://frontiersi.com.au/bushfires-data-quest-2020-showcase…

    and recovery This is evidenced by the Bushfires Royal Commission as well as the New South Wales Bushfire Enquiry Both have identified that there is a clear opportunity to improve how we manage bushfires by applying modern analytic approaches like machine learning to the high spatial and temporal resolution [cached]

  29. Royal Commission floats COVID style National Cabinet for bushfires Government News Royal Commission … (2.3199832)
    https://www.governmentnews.com.au/royal-commission-floats-co…

    national management of future natural disasters it says The report also says disaster specific recovery agencies such as the National Bushfire Recovery Agency Bushfire Recovery Victoria and the National Drought and North Queensland Flood Response and Recovery Agency have shown to be valuable in the recovery [cached]

  30. Understanding how bushfires spread NCI Understanding how bushfires spread (2.1908343)
    https://www.nci.org.au/news-events/news/understanding-how-bu…

    it because it would take too long Supported by ARC Indigenous Discovery Grants Sharples said the research will help reduce the risks and impact of bushfires in the future We have always known that a fire can significantly affect the weather in certain circumstances This research is finally shedding light [cached]

  31. Understanding and managing bushfires CSIRO Understanding and managing bushfires (2.1173644)
    https://www.csiro.au/en/research/natural-disasters/bushfires…

    many ecosystems in Australia and around the world bushfires are a critical process for long term sustainability In Australia many species have evolved to cope with bushfires and some require bushfires to propagate When conditions are conducive bushfires can become intense and destructive fires that are [cached]

  32. Tech Guide Google s AI technology comes to the rescue of bushfire affected wildlife Bushfire Volunte… (1.938397)
    https://www.bushfire.org.au/tech-guide-googles-ai-technology…

    Search for Search for Google AI Eye on Recovery Image Tech Guide We will never forget the heartbreaking images of wildlife caught in the ravaging bushfires Nearly three billion native animals were in the path of the devastating fires with 119 threatened species identified as needing urgent help The project [cached]

  33. Seamless climate change projections and seasonal predictions for bushfires in Australia Seamless cli… (1.842557)
    https://www.publish.csiro.au/es/Fulltext/ES20001

    effective preparedness for natural hazards such as bushfires This paper describes recent research on seamless predictions over different time scales including covering climate change projections for bushfire weather indices as well as seasonal predictions of fire weather conditions all made to be consistent [cached]

  34. Spark Predicting bushfire spread CSIRO Spark Predicting bushfire spread (1.842213)
    https://www.csiro.au/en/research/technology-space/ai/Spark

    accurately predict their progress across the landscape so we have developed Spark which can model bushfire spread to help plan for and manage bushfires Spark Predicting bushfire spread Spark Predicting bushfire spread Last updated 28 June 2021 Although a natural occurrence in Australia bushfires have the [cached]

  35. The New Daily Scientists say Australia s worst ever bushfire season not the new normal Bushfire Volu… (1.7282641)
    https://www.bushfire.org.au/the-new-daily-scientists-say-aus…

    record is a sign of a new normal as Earth heats from global warming But a group of climate scientists has warned against this prediction Sponsor s message They said our bushfires were about to get much worse Associate Professor Euan Ritchie a researcher in wildlife ecology and conservation at Deakin University [cached]

  36. Planning ahead reducing the risks The latest update on bushfire related research (1.6387484)
    https://www.fwpa.com.au/rdworks-newsletters/2144-planning-ah…

    Australian plantations Fires are predicted to become more frequent and intense potentially resulting in increased plantation losses to bushfires said Dr Kate Parkins Bushfire Risk Analyst Ecosystem and Forest Sciences at The University of Melbourne who is leading the project which is being supported and [cached]

  37. Spark Predicting bushfire spread Data61 Spark Predicting bushfire spread (1.611305)
    https://www.data61.csiro.au/en/Our-Research/Our-Work/Safety-…

    Prakash led the team behind Spark our bushfire prediction modelling tool Dr Mahesh Prakash led the team behind Spark our bushfire prediction modelling tool This knowledge can also be used to predict the spread of bushfires using computer models Such predictions can allow better preparation for emergency [cached]