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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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The results of research into the effect of fire on different types of bushland are an important influence on DSE?s planned burning program. This information, combined with other local knowledge, helps DSE decide where and when to carry out planned burns, and how to reduce the impact of burns on the bushland.
Publication Date(s) 
2010
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Victoria. Office of the Environment, issuing body.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1991
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Neumann, F. G. Tolhurst, Kevin G. Collett, N. G. (Nicholas Gerald) Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Victoria. Centre for Forest Tree Technology.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1994
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Victoria. Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
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Books
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1999
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Fire is a natural part of many of Victoria?s ecosystems and important for maintaining biodiversity over time. Ecological burning can be used to manage a particular plant species, vegetation communities and/or native animal habitat. Under Native Vegetation Management Agreements, fire will only be considered as a management tool in Ecological Vegetation Classes (EVCs) where regeneration is dependant on episodic fire events.
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2010
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
2004
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Woodman, M. Rawson, R. Forests Commission, Victoria. Division of Forest Protection.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1982
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Woodman, M. Rawson, R. Victoria. Fire Management Branch.
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This report summarises the results of a number of studies related to fuel reduction burning in radiata pine plantations. It discusses plantation fuel properties, the use of low intensity fire for fuel reduction and the effect of such burning on wood quality, fuel quantity and tree growth.
Publication Date(s) 
1982
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Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
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Electronic Resources
Publication Date(s) 
2016
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Valianatos, Orestis Denis. Tolhurst, Kevin G. Siems, Steven. Tapper, Nigel. Victoria. Fire Management.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
2003
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Fogarty, Liam G. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. East Gippsland Forest Agreement Project. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Orbost Region. Victoria. Fire Management Branch.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1993
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Rogers, Lisa M. Ballarat University College. Department of Applied Biology and Environmental Science.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1991
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Bluff, Lucas, author. Victoria. Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, issuing body.
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Books
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There is inadequate information on the fate of hollow-bearing trees (HBTs) subject to planned burns in Victoria. This study aimed to provide a methodologically robust estimate of the collapse rate of HBTs in planned burns in the forests of Gippsland. The study’s primary goal was to quantify the impact on HBTs of exposure to a single instance of planned fire; the secondary goal was to provide evidence-based options for managers seeking to reduce this impact.
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2016
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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"This report summarises major achievements that were directed by the Fire Ecology Program: strategic directions 2009 - 2011 document. The achievements outlined in this report cover the three year period between 2009 and 2011. It should be noted that a new revision of the Fire Ecology Program strategic directions document will be published in January 2012 to cover the period 2012 to 2015." -- p. 1.
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2011
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Milne, Robert G. Ballarat University College. Department of Biological and Chemical Sciences.
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Books
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The responses of a small mammal community to fire induced successional changes in vegetation were investigated in Eucalypt forest at Otway National Park, Victoria. The study revealed significant effects on the small mammal community present.
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1992
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Burns, Darryl R. Ballarat University College. Department of Biological and Chemical Sciences.
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Books
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"The effects upon a small mammal community responding to fire, as a result of successional changes in vegetation was investigated in a Eucalypt forest within the Otway National Park, Victoria."
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1993
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Buckley, Andrew author. Victoria. Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands issuing body. Victoria. Fire Protection Branch.
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Books
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1989
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Williams, D. F.
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Books
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1973
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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2008
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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2008-2021
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Billing, P. R. Victoria. Fire Management Branch.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1981
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Wouters, Michael A. Victoria. Fire Management Branch. Victoria. National Parks Branch. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Horsham Region.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1992
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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2009
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
2009
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Billing, P. R. Forests Commission, Victoria. Division of Forest Protection. Forests Commission, Victoria. Fire Research Branch.
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1981
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Victoria. Department of Sustainability and Environment.
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Books
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The plan has four main fire protection strategies: wildfire prevention, wildfire preparedness, wildfire suppression and wildfire recovery. The strategies and practices to be adopted are those that best meet both the fire protection objectives and the principles of environmental care for public land in the Mildura Fire District. To maximise ecological outcomes, this plan has a framework for protection of natural and cultural values specifically for mallee habitats. The purpose of this plan is to ensure that proper and sufficient works for the prevention and suppression of wildfire on public land are undertaken within the Mildura Fire District.
Publication Date(s) 
2008
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King, Matthew. Victoria. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Value Adding and Silvicultural Systems Program (Vic.). Silvicultural Systems Project (Vic.)
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Books
Publication Date(s) 
1993
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