This paper considers the use of satellite data to assess fuel characteristics and plan fire management activities. (Allen et al., 2002)
This note discusses a study of the perspectives of Cape York Peninsula stakeholders on fire management. (June, 2008)
This report discusses the 2006-07 outcomes of a project to provide better fire management and mapping across Queensland's rangelands.
Information on characteristics of fire, sources of fire, the environmental effects of fire, attitudes to fire, how fire is used in the major land-use systems and regulations and responsibilities. (Crowley, 1995)
This report outlines the interactions between climate change and fire regimes and the possible effects on biodiversity. It includes a case study of the tropical savannas of Northern Australia. The report is available for download from this site. (PDF 2.9 MB) (Williams et al., 2009)
This report outlines the threats to biodiversity in the Northern Territory. It includes a review of fire as a threat to biodiversity. (Price et al., 2008)
This report, prepared by GDH, outlines the results of the fire research project undertaken by the Mitchell River Watershed Management Group. The report was published in 2004. Pdf 1.51 MB.
This paper considers the global impact of fire on vegetation and discusses plant adaptations to fire; past climates; and the impact of people. (Bowman, 2005)
This paper presents a review of the effectiveness of prescribed burning in achieving its goals. It considers to what extent prescribed burning can reduce the risk of loss of human life, economic assets and biodiversity. (Penman et al., 2011)