A fire danger climatology for Tasmania

  title={A fire danger climatology for Tasmania},
  author={Paul Fox-Hughes},
  • Paul Fox-Hughes
  • Published 2007
Fire danger indices integrate a number of weather parameters to estimate the effect on fire activity of ambient weather conditions. Climatologies of fire danger assist fire and land management agencies to plan effectively, and permit assessment of trends and variability in space and time. Tasmania is relatively small in area, but encompasses a diverse range of environments, and it is frequently the case that considerable differences in fire danger are evident across the State at any one time… CONTINUE READING


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