Adelaide floods
The Gawler River Floodplain Management Authority is set to benefit from a nationally developed risk modelling and projection tool developed by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and the University of Adelaide.
AFAC18 conference
The abstract submission date for AFAC19 powered by INTERSCHUTZ has been extended to Monday 18 February. All CRC research projects are expected to make a submission.
CRC researchers studying a house that burnt down on Black Saturday.
This Hazard Note highlights the key findings of the Bushfire CRC research after the 2009 Black Saturday bushfires, focusing on fire behaviour, human behaviour, and building and planning issues.
Researchers at Strathewen after Black Saturday.
The next time we have a summer scorcher, picture yourself in the great Australian bush, and ask yourself: what have you learnt?
The format of Research Advisory Forums will be refreshed this year to better reflect the advanced stage of most of the core research program.
Tasmanian remote area firefighters and water bombing aircraft working on the Gell River bushfire at Mount Wright, 11 January 2019 Photo: Warren Frey TFS.
The old ways of dealing with the fire problem are no longer valid, especially in the context of a changing climate and changes to the way we live with fire in the environment, particularly in our wonderful remote areas of wilderness. After all, the fires were here long before we chose to live amongst their territory, and they are not going away. Quite the opposite.

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