ANU Water and Landscape Dynamics develops new ways to measure and predict water resources, natural hazards and landscape health.
Insights from @Myebra12 re using satellites to monitor fuel moisture content to support decision making around #bushfires @srap_ieap Earth Forum @scienceANU
Big thank-you to @SSSI_ACT for the Educational Development Award to Albert van Dijk https://t.co/dSosK5oTC4
Are you at #ICFFR? Unfortunatelly I am not! But I encourage you to go to @vilar_la's talk tomorrow on our collaborative work on wildfire occurence mapping
Today on @ABCCanberra I was with @Dan_Bourchier talking about The Australian Flammability Monitoring System
Satellites show that the fuel in the proximity of Pierces Creek fire is very dry and flammable and a lot drier than previous years. It is early fire season but the landscape is already very much ready to easily burn.
.@Myebra12 sharing her @bnhcrc research on live fuel moisture in the Australian landscape this morning with electricity networks at an industry bushfire forum
Satellites to help show when the bush is ready to burn https://t.co/vfcHrvtlTH
ANU InSpace - helping us show our best side! (literally: 33s)
ANUinSpace on Twitter
“Welcome to InSpace https://t.co/szaJpktw7Z”
Excited to be part of the new ANU InSpace institute !
ANU Media on Twitter
“VC opening the launch of ANU InSpace - multidisciplinary space research institute.”
Check out our latest publication: "Near Real-Time Extracting Wildfire Spread Rate from Himawari-8 Satellite Data"!!
Nice @AFACnews feature on how our research partners at @ACT_Parks manage fire risk.
AFAC on Twitter
“ACT PCS is a vital player in the fire management landscape. Learn more about their cultural burns, use of technology and community engagement. ...
Visiting the #NSWRFS to discuss the implementation of the Australian Flammability Monitoring System https://t.co/pdzv5YG9gG
Thanks @mtrauts and colleagues for a great discussion! Hope you will have our information feeding this big screen soon! @bnhcrc