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91678

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Bradstock, R. (2011). 'The worst fire season ever' … until next year. The Conversation, 15 November 1-4.

Abstract

Bushfires are part of the Australian landscape and the psyche of its human inhabitants. This is particularly true as months of hot, dry weather approach. Recent warnings have predicted a dire summer ahead with the potential for major fires across the continent. So will this year's fire season be particularly bad? What are the different types of bushfire activity found across our continent? And how can these bushfire types help us predict how climate change will affect future fire seasons?

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