ANU Water and Landscape Dynamics develops new ways to measure and predict water resources, natural hazards and landscape health.
Thanks to colleagues from #nswparks and #nswrfs for your time at #NorthRangeFire. It was good to see some regeneration happening in the area. @b_medlyn and @DrChoat I saw extended drought-affected areas around Hoskinstown, just before the fire perimeter.
Thanks to the fellows and everyone who helped to make the 4th Australian Climate and Water Institute a success - it was great to spend 2 weeks at @ANUFennerSchool with you all! @ozewex_org @nci_news @GeoscienceAus @BOM_au @CSIRO @MD_Basin_Auth (photo: @somewheresouth)
Apparently we can detect intentional arsony by satellite now. I didn't know that. This Hon. Senator finally found something on the @smh that suited her.
Fire ignition is not the same as fire spread, senator @Senator_CFW 😖 @p_hannam https://t.co/gqM16jXsfI
Arson, mischief and recklessness: 87 per cent of fires are man-made
An ecological criminologist describes the horrifying statistics behind the bushfires devastating vast swaths of the country.
Thanks @pacosenra (FBAN unit supervisor at the Wildfire prevention and suppression Service for the Andalucia State Government, Spain) for visiting @anu_wald today and talk about your structural risk assessment. I am looking forward to future collaboration! @GEO_SAFE
Australia, we can do better to support fire management via @canberratimes.
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Australia, we can do better to support fire management
If we don't start using space technology, we will miss opportunities to provide more accurate intelligence to firefighters given the fire seasons to c...
The variation of rivers across Australia looks like the heart & blood vessels pumping in and out blood to sustain our life, does it? Check out our river width dynamic dataset published in Earth System Science Data: https://t.co/xSXzuv4yMR. @anu_wald
ANU develops vegetation monitoring system to help firefighters on the frontline
ANU develops vegetation monitoring system to help firefighters on the frontline | ZDNet
Using remote sensors, the Australian Flammability Monitoring System collects data to help fire managers understand potential fire danger areas.
Applications are still welcome! Closing 12 February.
ANU WALD on Twitter
“We're hiring! Looking for a postdoctoral fellowship on spatial modelling / remote sensing of precipitation, hydrology, bushfire risk, or ecosys...
River discharge can be estimated globally by MODIS-based satellite gauging reaches (SGRs), and river morphology explains how SGRs work. Our new paper @anu_wald is now available in Remote Sensing of Environment: https://t.co/ysiorSi8MO.
Cannot wait to start with this project with @Rachael_H_Nolan et al..! After years of "informal" collaborations, it's great to be able to work together officially!!
Western Sydney University on Twitter
“The Federal Government has announced new funding for Western Sydney University researchers to develop a system for reliably forecasting the pot...
will "soon" have forecasting capacity! Excited to receive funds from the #AustralianReseachCouncil for this significant development with industry contributions from #NSWRFS #ACT_Parks and #DPIE. @ANUFennerSchool @anucecs @bnhcrc https://t.co/qFcEGe8HyI
Looking forward to undertaking this important project with @Rachael_H_Nolan and team!
Rachael Nolan on Twitter
“Very pleased to announce that we’ve been awarded a linkage grant to work on forecasting live fuel moisture content, this is important for...
How dry was Australia in 2019 compared to last 120 years? Full map and A0 poster pdf updated at: https://t.co/RTAL0rBwCu