The Australian Ecological Knowledge and Observation System (AEKOS) aims to provide a single 'point of access' for browsing, searching, displaying, extracting and analysing ecosystem data.
The Rural Property Fire Management Guide is a form designed to help land managers gather information necessary for the efficient management of fire.
This page provides details of fire restrictions and bans currently in place within parks and reseves in South Australia.
This report outlines the processes behind fire ecology and management in the rangelands and makes recommendations for future directions. It includes information on vegetation types common to the rangelands. The report is available for download from this site (PDF 1.4 MB) (Myers et al., 2004)
This Fire Note gives a background to fire management in Australia and the use of prescribed burning to combat bushfires. It covers fuel management, planning a prescribed burn and prescribed fire and biodiversity maintenance. (April, 2006)
The Kimberley Science and Conservation Strategy details the planned fire management to protect the regions biodiversity and research themes.
This page outlines the steps undertaken by the Western Australian government when conducting a prescribed burn including planning, implementation and post-burn assessment.
This factsheet discusses firebreaks, methods for installing them and some constraints on their use.
This plan was developed for Cape York Peninsula in 2005 but has not been ratified
These tables, produced by the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, can be used to determine the optimum time to conduct a prescribed burn. For instructions in their use, refer to the Queensland Government publication 'Planned Burn Guidelines.'