Photo: CFA
Emergency services have suspected that conflicting cues exist when warning messages are issued, but this is the first research to offer empirical evidence of the impact of conflicting cues and how they influence public behaviour in Australia.
Based around a scenario of cascading natural hazards, the revised Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference will be unlike any other conference. You voice is needed, check out the program and register today.
Researchers and the emergency management agencies have combined to develop a long-term plan to ensure ongoing research in fire and natural hazards.
Satellite imagery of the Queensland bushfires. Photo: Japanese Meteorological Society.
With catastrophic fire conditions experienced for the first time in Queensland and multiple bushfires raging across the state in November 2018, CRC science was on hand to help combat the flames.
Prescribed burning taking place in NSW.
The 6th International Fire Behaviour and Fuels Conference program is now available. Check it out and register today.
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?

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