Future fire regimes increase risks to obligate-seeder forests

Future fire regimes increase risks to obligate-seeder forests

Many species are adapted to a particular fire regime and major deviations from that regime may lead to localised extinction. Here, we quantify immaturity risks to an obligate-seeder forest tree using an objectively designed climate model ensemble and a probabilistic...
Reducing landscape fire risk with green fire breaks

Reducing landscape fire risk with green fire breaks

Currently in Australia the biodiversity crisis and wildfire risks are in direct opposition to one another. Increased wildfire risks under climate change place pressures on sectors and organisations attempting to revegetate the landscape and increases the likelihood...
Fine-scaled prioritisation of prescribed burning

Fine-scaled prioritisation of prescribed burning

FLARE Wildfire Research is working closely with fire agencies in south-eastern Australia to model risk and the mitigation available from different management strategies. Much of this work generates landscape-scale insights into treatment effectiveness. In this NSW...