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Introducing the Fire Extent and Severity Mapping tool (FESM)

Fire Extent and Severity Mapping (FESM) is a powerful tool designed to improve fire management strategies and reduce the risk bushfires pose to people, property, and the environment.

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16 Sep 2021
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

The Aboriginal Sites Decision Support Tool [ASDST](https...

Aboriginal sites, Cultural mapping, Site predictive model, Society
09 Jun 2021
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

Fire severity is a metric of the loss of biomass caused by fire.

Biodiversity Assessment, Burnt Area, Burnt Areas, Canopy, Environment, Fire Severity, Land Management and Biodiversity Conservation, Refugia, Rehabilitation, Wildfires
30 Jun 2021
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) species sightings in NSW.

NSW Koala Strategy, Biota

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