Journal article

Messmate stringybark: bark ignitability and burning sustainability in relation to fragment dimensions, hazard score and time since

Tara E Penman, Jane G Cawson, Simon Murphy, Thomas J Duff

International Journal of Wildland Fire | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2017

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Funding Acknowledgements

This work was undertaken as part of a University of Melbourne Honours project. It was funded in part via the projects 'Managing bushfire in Tall Mist Forests - fuel hazard and moisture relationships' and 'iFER' (Integrated Forest and Ecosystem Research project), which were funded by the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning. We acknowledge the valuable feedback received from two anonymous reviewers, and thank Miguel Cruz for his comments on this manuscript. T. E. Penman undertook the fieldwork, analysis and writing. J. G. Cawson and T. J. Duff supervised the research and contributed to writing and analysis. S. Murphy contributed to developing data collection methods.