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Australian Forest Fire Study Four of USA and Canada (1986)Report of the Standing Committee of the Australian Forestry Council
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Clode D (2006)As if for a thousand years : a history of Victoria’s Land Conservation and Environment Conservation Councils. Penfold Buscombe, Melbourne, Victoria.
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Curr EM (1883/1968)
Recollections of squatting in Victoria, then called the Port Phillip district (from 1841 to 1851). George Robertson, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide (1883); Adelaide, Libraries Board of South Australia (1968).
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Doolan BV (2016)Institutional Continuity and Change in Victoria’s Forests and Parks 1900 – 2010. Master of Arts thesis - Monash University. 180 pp
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Egloff B (2017)Lightning strikes: rethinking the nexus between Australian Indigenous land management and natural forces. Australian Forestry, 2017, Vol 80 No 5, pp275-28
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Elwood EL (1948)Notes on the suppression of bushfires from aircraft. Aust. For. 12, 127-133
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Ewart AJ (1925)Handbook of Forest Trees for Victorian Foresters. Forests Commission of Victoria & Government Printer, Melbourne.
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Forest Fire and Regions Groups (2017) ©Bushfires and Knowledge, Science Catalogue 2017-18On Site
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Forests Commission, Victoria (1970)Air Operations for Forest Fire Control
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Gammage Bill (2011)The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia. Allen & Unwin, 434 pp.
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Gillespie J, Wright J, Calder SW, Leonard MG, and Williams B (1994)A Fraternity of Foresters – A History of the Victorian State Foresters Association. Jim Crow Press, Daylesford, Australia. 150 pp.
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Griffiths T (2001)Forests of Ash : an environmental history. Cambridge University Press, Port Melbourne.
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Hateley RF (2010)The Victorian Bush: its ‘original and natural’ condition. Polybracta Press, Melbourne, 207 pp.
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Heislers A (2013) ©Memories of Forest Assessment in the Alps
On Site, with approval of the author
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Hodgson A (1968)An Air Attack System for Forest Fires in Victoria. Aust. For. 32, 226-232
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Hodgson A (1969)Applying Perspective to Air Attack on Fires. Aircraft Vol. 48 No. 7, 20-21.
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Hodgson A in The Fireman Vol. 24 No. 15 (1970)Forest Firebombing Equipment Tested
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Howell B (1995)A New Beginning: the Story of Heyfield and the Sawmilling Industry, 1945 - 1995
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Jones RM (1969)Fire-stick farming. Australian Natural History. Vol 16: pp224-228.
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Lawson P, Smith R, Fry B (2010) ©Circumspice
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Loane IT and Gould JS (1986)Aerial Suppression of Bushfires, National Bushfire Research Unit, CSIRO
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Moulds FR (1991) The Dynamic Forest – A History of Forestry and Forest Industries in Victoria. Lynedoch Publications. Richmond, Australia. 232 p
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Noble WS (1974?)The Strzeleckis : a new future for the Heartbreak Hills
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Parliament of Victoria (2010) Report of the 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission. Volumes 1 – 3. Parliament of Victoria. 1141 pp.
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Pyne SJ (1998) Burning Bush: A Fire History of Australia. University of Washington Press. 521 pp
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Pyne SJ (2006)The Still-Burning Bush. Scribe. 138 pp.
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Rawson R and Rees B (1983)A Review of Firebombing Operations in Victoria, unpublished FCV Report
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Rees B (1983)Retardant Distributions from Six Agricultural
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State Aircraft Unit, Victoria (2007)Some milestones in firefighting and forestry aviation in Victoria. SAU – Vic. 3 pp.
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Stretton, LEB (1939)Report of the Royal Commission into the 1939 Fires in VictoriaOn Site
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Taylor A (1998)A Forester’s Log : the story of John La Gerche and the Ballarat-Creswick State Forest 1882-1897. Melbourne University Press.
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Victorian Government – DSE (2010)History of helicopter rappel operations in Victoria. Victorian Government. 28 pp.
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Wilde Sally (1988)Forests old, pastures new. Shire of Warragul, Warragul, 328 pp.
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Wood CH (1969)The Role and Technology of Fixed and Rotary Wing Aircraft in Forestry. Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship Report
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Woodgate P & Black P (1988)Forest Cover Change in Victoria 1869 – 1987. Department of Conservation, Forests and Lands, Victoria
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Youl R, Fry B & Hateley R (2010)Circumspice : one hundred years of forestry education centred on Creswick, Victoria. Rob Youl (ed.). On-Demand, Port Melbourne, Victoria.
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Carron LT (1965-1991). A History of Forestry in Australia Australian National University Press, published between 1965-1991.
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Dingle Tony (1984). The Victorians Settling An Anniversary History University of Melbourne 1984.
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Legg Stephen (2016). Political Agitation for Forest Conservation: Victoria, 1860-1960 International Review of Environmental History Volume 2 2016.
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Priestley Susan (1984). The Victorians Making their Mark An Anniversary History Melbourne University 1984.
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Timber Industry Strategy Victoria 1986 Victorian Government Statement (1986).
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