Clarke H. G., Smith P. L. & Pitman A. J. (2011) Regional signatures of future fire weather over eastern Australia from global climate models. International Journal of Wildland Fire 20, 550-62.

Clarke H. G., Smith P. L. & Pitman A. J. (2011) Regional signatures of future fire weather over eastern Australia from global climate models. International Journal of Wildland Fire 20, 550-62.

Aim: 
To explore the effect of future climate change on regional bushfire weather in four regions of eastern Australia using global climate models.
Type of Study: 
Modelling.
Key Results: 
In the uniform and winter rainfall regions, which occupy south-east continental Australia, FFDI is projected to increase strongly by 2100.
Treatments: 
NA.
Response: 
NA.
Models: 
NA.
Locations: 
Eastern Australia.
Response variable : 
Forest fire danger index (FFDI).
Replication: 
NA.
Ecosystem: 
NA.
Full Reference: 
Clarke H. G., Smith P. L. & Pitman A. J. (2011) Regional signatures of future fire weather over eastern Australia from global climate models. International Journal of Wildland Fire 20, 550-62.