Northern Australia Fire Managers Forum 2017, group photo at Parry Lagoons.
Northern Australia Fire Managers Forum 2017, group photo at Parry Lagoons.
20 Jun 2017
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Northern Australia Fire Managers Forum 2017

Around 45 fire managers from across the north of Australia met in Kununurra, Western Australia, on Tuesday 20 June and Wednesday 21 June 2017 for the Northern Australia Fire Managers Forum, to discuss topics of currrent interests to the region.

The workshop took place at the Kimberley Grande with a field trip on the second day to see recent fire activities in the nearby region.

An outcome of the meeting was the annual Bushfire Seasonal Outlook for northern Australia - the Outlook will be publicly distributed soon as a Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC Hazard Note.

The NAFM 2017 forum was hosted by Western Australia's Department of Fire and Emergency Services, and Department of Parks and Wildlife. with the support of the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC. Other participants included Bushfires NT, Queensland Fire and Emergency Serivces, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Meteorology, AFAC, Landgate, Charles Darwin University, the WA Department of Agriculture and Food, and the Clean Energy Regulator.



Type Title Credited author Credited author/s NON-CRC
Presentation-Slideshow Seasonal outlooks: Review of process, 2017 Greg Esnouf
Presentation-Slideshow National Significant Wildland Fire Potential Outlook Greg Esnouf
Presentation-Slideshow Simulator evaluation report Greg Esnouf
Presentation-Slideshow Emissions Reduction Fund: Presentation to state and territory agencies Iqbal Muhammad; Aaron Celms
Presentation-Slideshow Operation Cool Burn 2016 James Haig
Presentation-Slideshow Climate outlook: northern Australia seasonal fire outlook workshop David Jones; Greg Browning
Presentation-Slideshow Bureau of Meteorology Atmospheric high-resolution Regional Reanalysis for Australia (BARRA) David Jones; Doerte Jakob
Presentation-Slideshow The economics of fire management and community resilience ksangha
Presentation-Slideshow NAFI - Update and related research Rohan Fisher
Presentation-Slideshow Update on SMERF (the Savanna Monitoring and Evaluation Reporting Framework) aedwards
Presentation-Slideshow 2016/17 Fire season overview: challenges & achievements Grant Pipe
Presentation-Slideshow Satellite derived grassland curing project Agnes Kristina
Presentation-Slideshow NT jurisdictional issues: update of current matters of interest aturner
Presentation-Slideshow Aurora and Fire Watch Adrian Allen
Presentation-Slideshow The Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research program: Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC research cyates
Presentation-Slideshow Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC Research David Bruce
Presentation-Slideshow Spot fire weather forecasts using MetEye Craig Earl-Spurr
Presentation-Slideshow Example SMERF report aedwards
Presentation-Slideshow National burning project: towards a more holistic and consistent approach to prescribed burning Greg Esnouf
Presentation-Slideshow Queensland jurisdictional issues: Cyclone Debbie Matthew Geiger
Presentation-Slideshow Queensland jurisdictional issues: Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service Peter Leeson
Presentation-Slideshow Western Australia jurisdictional issues: Western Australia Office of Bushfire Risk Management Sam Kennedy
Presentation-Slideshow Northern Territory 2016/17 bushfire season overview Steele Davis
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