Risk Implications of Dynamic Fire Propagation

print copy [pdf 2.07MB]

A case study of the Ginninderry region

Preliminary Report, June 2017

Prepared for:
Ginninderra Falls Association

Jason J. Sharples, University of New South Wales Canberra


Executive Summary

About the author:



Published in The Canberra Times on May 20, 2017

16 June 1936 - 15 May 2017

Loved husband of Nora and father of David, Grant and Jane.
Father-in-law to Suzanne, Tania and Dave.
Poppy to Shannon, Cael, Rhian, Charlotte and Miranda.
Brother of Gordon (dec), Kevin, Bernard, Brendon and Desmond.


Patron: Dr Bryan Pratt

Dr Bryan Harry Pratt is a Science Pathologist who graduated from Sydney University in 1959. He completed an Honours Degree at the University of Adelaide in 1961 then a PhD in 1964. His main area of interest has been in soil-borne pathogenic fungi. In 1965 he moved to Canberra to join the Commonwealth Department of Health before returning to academic life at the Australian National University where he carried out research and lecturing in pathology for seven years.


Subscribe to Ginninderra Falls and Surrounds RSS

Website designed by Darryl Seto with setup funding from the Belconnen Community Council. The copyright for most of the material here will be held by the person or group who provided the material, otherwise © Ginninderra Falls Association Inc.

For details about us see our Committee, the Constitution and Privacy Policy. To help Join in the Discussion.

All feedback and suggestions for improvement welcome.