The Arthur Rylah Institute (ARI) at the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) conducts research into the responses of flora and fauna to fire, both planned and unplanned, and from a wide range of ecosystems, to increase our knowledge of the effects and role of fire management in those ecosystems.
'Firebrand research reveals the cause of spotfires', by Andrea Wild - Download (236 KB)
From issue #49, Winter 2010, Victorian Landcare & Catchment Management magazine. page 21.
Strategic Red Fox control on bushfire affected public land in Victoria
Post-fire weeds triage manual
Fire regimes, carbon levels and biodiversity
Fire ecology retrospective study looking back to learn for the future
Fire ecology retrospective study looking back to learn for the future (Arthur Rylah Institute)
Rainforests: will they cope with a changing fire regime?
Rainforests will they cope with a changing fire regime (Arthur Rylah Institute)
Alpine peatland assessment, rehabilitation and management
Alpine peatland assessment, rehabilitation & management (Arthur Rylah Institute)
Natural Values Recovery Program following the 2009 bushfires
Natural values recovery program following the 2009 (Arthur Rylah Institute)