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Water,Fire and Australia's Changing Climate

Featured content from our Australian environmental sciences portfolio

From the Black Summer bushfires to ocean temperature change, and to water and drought are just a few of the extreme environmental issues that Australia is battling with.

The collection below features free-to-access topical and impactful research and editorial pieces, that are helping to educate and inform on Australia’s changing climate and the response to climate crisis.

All featured research will be available until 31st December 2020 for you to read, share and cite.

Explore the collection and follow the conversation at @tandfenviro and @TandF_Australia

The Black Summer bushfires & fire more broadly

Journal Article Title Author(s) Published
Australian Forestry Editorial: the 2019/20 Black Summer bushfires S. M. Davey & A. Sarre 2020
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management Beyond a tragic fire season: a window of opportunity to address climate change? Claudia Baldwin & Helen Ross 2020
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management Our warming climate and fire’s role in the Australian landscape Claudia Baldwin & Helen Ross 2019
Australian Forestry Prescribed burning in south-eastern Australia: history and future directions G. W. Morgan, K. G. Tolhurst, M. W. Poynter, et. al 2020
Australian Journal of Political Science After the fires? Climate change and security in Australia Matt McDonald 2020
Emu - Austral Ornithology Our birds will be ok, they’ve evolved to cope with fire…haven’t they? Michael F. Clarke 2020

Ocean temperature change

Journal Article Title Author(s) Published
Australian Planner All roads lead to retreat: adapting to sea level rise using a trigger-based pathway Bill Grace & Colleen Thompson 2020
Urban Policy and Research Enabling Managed Retreat from Coastal Hazard Areas through Property Acquisition and Transferable Development Rights: Insights from Western Australia Ashley Robb, Laura Stocker, Michele Payne, et al. 2020
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management Is investment in Indigenous land and sea management going to the right places to provide multiple co-benefits? Petina L. Pert, Rosemary HillI ,Catherine J. Robinson, et. al 2020
Journal of Operational Oceanography Bluelink ocean forecasting Australia: 15 years of operational ocean service delivery with societal, economic and environmental benefits Andreas Schiller, Gary B. Brassington, Peter Oke, et al. 2020
Journal of Operational Oceanography An introduction to the ‘Oceans and Society: Blue Planet’ initiative Emily A. Smail, Paul M. DiGiacomo, Sophie Seeyave, et al. 2019

Water and Drought

Journal Article Title Author(s) Published
Australasian Journal of Environmental Management Citizen science in Australia’s waterways: investigating linkages with catchment decision-making Patrick Bonney, Angela Murphy, Birgita Hansen, et al. 2020
Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia It’s not there, but it could be: a renewed case for reintroduction of a keystone species into the Lower River Murray Nick S. Whiterod & Sylvia Zukowski 2019
Australasian Journal of Water Resources Estimating groundwater-river connectivity factor for quantifying changes in irrigation return flows in the Murray–Darling Basin Glen Walker, Quan J. Wang, Avril C. Horne, et al. 2019
Australasian Journal of Water Resources Floods after bushfires: rapid responses for reducing impacts of sediment, ash, and nutrient slugs Jason Alexandra & C. Max Finlayson 2020
Australasian Journal of Water Resources Missing in action: possible effects of water recovery on stream and river flows in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia John Williams & R. Quentin Grafton 2019
Australian Geographer Securing supply: governing drinking water in the Northern Territory Liam Grealy & Kirsty Howey 2020

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