This article discusses a project which demonstrated how burning can be used to manage woody vegetation structure. (Cowley and Dyer, c. 2002)
This report discusses the 2006-07 outcomes of a project to provide better fire management and mapping across Queensland's rangelands.
Research about the influence of fire on the Carpentarian Grasswren. It covers issues such as why the Carpentarian Grasswren is under threat, how fire affects the Carpentarian Grasswren, the current status of the species, its preferred habitat, and what's being done to protect the species.
Research project looking at the impacts of fire on wildlife in Purnululu (Bungle Bungle) National Park. T. Partridge, PhD, Macquarie Uni.
This resource describes a pilot project to train young Indigenous people in fire management at Mt Anderson Station (Jarlmadangah Burru community) and Bohemia Downs Station (the Kurungal group of communities). (c. 2003)
A case study looking at fire management and monitoring for pastoralism and biodiversity on Theda Station. The management endeavours to create a mosaic of 'different-age burnt country' to prevent damaging late dry season fires.
A case study looking at fire management to help address biodiversity issues at Mornington Station (Central Kimberley)
This project examined the impacts of fire on invertebrates, specifically ants, in Purnululu (Bungle Bungle) National Park. (c. 2005)
This page discusses a project to identify the biophysical, economic and social opportunities for remote communities that relate to land management for greenhouse gas abatement, with a focus on fire management in tropical savannas. It contains an overview of the project and a link to publications from the project.