Leading researchers in fire ecology and management discuss how fire regimes have shaped and will continue to shape the distribution and abundance of Australia’s highly diverse plants and animals.
Crowley G.M. (1995) Fire on Cape York Peninsula , Office of the Co-ordinator General of Queensland, Brisbane, and Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, Canberra.
The East Kimberley Fire Forum, consisting of three sessions (indigenous, community and land-mangers), was held on the 27th and 28th March 2008.
This pdf Document, on Western Australia's Environmental Protection Authority Web Site, provides a good summary of fire issues, being a summary of public submissions to the review of fire in the Kimberley and other rangelands regions. Topics considered included Biodiversity; Human health impacts; Governance; Fire management practice; Resources; Role of Indigenous people in fire management; Research; Audit and monitoring of fire management practices; Communication; Consultation and education; and Other issues. Submissions to this review have closed. (PDF file, 2.6 MB)