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2019
Russell-Smith, J., Edwards, A. C., Sangha, K., Yates, C. P. & Gardener, M. Challenges for prescribed fire management in Australia’s fire-prone rangelands – the example of the Northern Territory. International Journal of Wildland Fire (2019). doi:https://doi.org/10.1071/WF18127
Grimaldi, S., Schumann, G., Shokri, A., Walker, J. & Pauwels, V. Challenges, Opportunities, and Pitfalls for Global Coupled Hydrologic‐Hydraulic Modeling of Floods. Water Resources Research 55, (2019).
Young, C. Diversity and Inclusion: Building Strength and Capability- Annual Report 2018. Diversity and Inclusion: Building Strength and Capability Annual Report 16 (2019).
Kruger, T. & McLennan, B. Emergency volunteering 2030: Views from the community sector. Environmental scan report no.3 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2019).
Coates, L. et al. Flash flood fatalities in NSW, VIC, ACT and South East QLD from 1 January 2000 to 30 June 2017. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2019).
Gissing, A., Opper, S., Tofa, M., Coates, L. & McAneney, J. Influence of road characteristics on flood fatalities in Australia. Environmental Hazards 18 , (2019).
Fountain, L., Tofa, M., Haynes, K., Taylor, M. & Ferguson, S. Older adults in disaster and emergency management: What are the priority research areas in Australia?. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 39, (2019).
Ulubasoglu, M. Optimising post-disaster recovery interventions in Australia: annual project report 2018-19. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC , 2019).
Dootson, P., Greer, D., Miller, S. & Tippett, V. Overcoming Ambiguity: Conflict Between Emergency Warning Messages and Socio-Environmental Cues. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 34, (2019).
Whittaker, J. Ten years after the Black Saturday fires, what have we learnt from post-fire research?. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 32, (2019).
Gissing, A., O'Brien, J., Hussein, S., Evans, J. & Mortlock, T. Townsville 2019 flood: insights from the field. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2019).
Calcutt, B. Valuing volunteers: better understanding the primary motives for volunteering in Australian emergency services. School of Management, Operations and Marketing Master of Philosophy, (2019).
Hoult, R. D., Goldsworthy, H. M. & Lumantarna, E. Vulnerability Functions for RC Shear Wall Buildings in Australia. Earthquake Spectra 35, 27 (2019).
Taylor, M. & Haynes, K. What do we really mean by ‘floodwater’ and is it ever ok to enter?. 32, (2019).
2018
Taylor, M. & McCarthy, M. Animal emergency management in South Australia: a case study of the Sampson Flat bushfire. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33, (2018).
O'Dwyer, L. & Thompson, K. Bushfire Preparedness, Planning, and Response among Animal Guardians: A South Australian Case Study. PLOS Current Disasters (2018). doi:10.6084
Maharaj, N. & Rasmussen, B. Changing capabilities of emergency service organisations. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Cormick, C. Community values survey. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Grimaldi, S., Li, Y., Walker, J. P. & Pauwels, V. R. N. Effective Representation of River Geometry in Hydraulic Flood Forecast Models. Water Resources Research 54, (2018).
Towers, B. & Ronan, K. Evaluation of Survive and Thrive. 94 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2018).
Owen, C., Hayes, P., Brooks, B., Scott, C. & Conway, G. Evidence to support incident management team capability. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33, 5 (2018).
Towers, B. & Whyrbo, M. A formative evaluation of the Triple Zero Kids’ Challenge Teacher’s Guide. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33, 6 (2018).
Owen, C. How emergency services organisations can – and do – utilise research. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33, (2018).
Crawford, M., Johnston, D. M., Crowley, K., Saunders, W. S. A. & Potter, S. H. Risk modelling as a tool to support natural hazard risk management in New Zealand local government. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 28, 10 (2018).
Hall, S. J. Sleep and stress in on-call fire and emergency service workers. Faculty of Health PhD, (2018).