As we approach the end of the year it is useful to reflect on where we have come from during 2017 and where we are going.
Dr Richard Thornton
Chief Executive Officer
In September this year I presented my PhD research to approximately 170 people in two states of Australia.
In August this year I presented my research at the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior Scientific Assembly in Portland, Oregon.
In the press
M. Parsons; A. Lykins
Planned and ultimate actions of horse owners facing a bushfire threat: Implications for natural disaster preparedness and survivabilityK. Thompson; L. Haigh; B.P. Smith
C. Newland; H. Maier; A. Zecchin; J. Newman; H. van Delden
Hierarchical integration of individual tree and area-based approaches for savanna biomass uncertainty estimation from airborne LiDARG. Goldbergs; S.R. Levick; M. Lawes; A.C. Edwards
E. Lumantarna; A. Mehdipanah; N. Lam; J. Wilson
S. Lahave; J.J. Sharples; S. Matthews; S. Heemstra; O.F. Price
From hectares to tailor-made solutions for risk mitigation - systems to deliver effective prescribed burning across Australian ecosystems: annual project report 2016-17H. Clarke; O.F. Price; M.M. Boer; B. Cirulis; T.D. Penman; R.A. Bradstock
M. Tofa; A. Gissing