Mapping how outputs from various Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC projects could be combined to address the issue of how to best manage fuel to reduce bushfire risk into the future

Mapping how outputs from various Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC projects could be combined to address the issue of how to best manage fuel to reduce bushfire risk into the future Report

Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC

  • Author(s): Jeanneau, Amelie, Zecchin, Aaron, van Zelden, Hedwig, McNaught, Tim, Maier, Holger
  • Published: 2022

Abstract: This project reviewed all of the Bushfire and Natural Hazard CRC (CRC) publications hosted on the CRC website to identify outputs that could be of interest in addressing the issue of how to best manage fuel to reduce bushfire risk into the future. We identified 12 projects part of five research clusters involving a wide range of actors: Prescribed burning and catchment management, Economics and strategic decisions, Bushfire predictive services, Governance and institutional knowledge, Understanding and enhancing resilience which could offer potential synergies with the Mechanical Fuel Load Reduction (MFLR) Utilisation Project. The most relevant outputs were summarised in conceptual diagrams (mind-maps), and possible utilisation for the MFLR milestones was highlighted in each section.

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Jeanneau, Amelie, Zecchin, Aaron, van Zelden, Hedwig, McNaught, Tim, Maier, Holger, 2022, Mapping how outputs from various Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC projects could be combined to address the issue of how to best manage fuel to reduce bushfire risk into the future, Report, viewed 02 July 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=29089.

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