Welcome to ESA's Fire Ecology & Management Research Chapter!
This group is designed to facilitate discussion about current insights and directions in fire ecology research and management.
The ESA’s Fire Ecology & Management Research Chapter was established at ESA11: 'Ecology in Changing Landscapes' held in Hobart, Tasmania. The research chapter includes a diverse membership of academics, land managers, practitioners, community and early career researchers who have an interest in fire ecology and management.
The Fire Ecology and Management Chapter aims to:
- hold regular themed talk/poster sessions at ESA conferences
- hold an informal meeting/mixer at each ESA conference
- run occasional one day events independent of the conference
- keep in contact via email and other forms of media.
Past conveners: Josephine MacHunter & Sam Lloyd
Current convener: seeking expression of interest (please see Upcoming events below)
If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list or promote a fire ecology related event, please contact Josephine MacHunter.
New research chapter convener
This is a great opportunity for an early career researcher to develop their networks and help support vibrant collective of researchers, managers and community groups who are interested in fire ecology and management. Please contact Josephine MacHunter or Sam Lloyd if you’d like to find out more.
2019 TBA chapter event in association with the ESA Annual Conference (Launceston, Tasmania | 4 to 29 November)
Mailing list for the South East Queensland Fire and Biodiversity Consortium e-News
This fortnightly eNews service provided for free by the South East Queensland (SEQ) Fire and Biodiversity Consortium, is a very useful source of fire related literature, news items, resource links, training, events and other information. To subscribe please visit www.fireandbiodiversity.org.au where you will be prompted to join the mail list, alternatively please contact Sam Lloyd. To contribute to the SEQ Fire and Biodiversity Consortium eNews, please contact SEQ Fire and Biodiversity Consortium Coordinator Craig Welden.
The SEQ Fire and Biodiversity Consortium
Established in 1998, the SEQ Fire and Biodiversity Consortium is an NGO program that partners with 19 stakeholder organisations to support private landholders, public land managers, utility providers and fire agencies to improve onground fire management and biodiversity conservation and build landholder/manager capacity through engagement, training, technical expertise and research in SEQ and beyond.