Extreme temperature, wind and bushfire weather projections using a standardised method / Andrew Dowdy, Andrew Brown, Acacia Pepler, Marcus Thatcher, Tony Rafter, Jason Evans, Hua Ye, Chun-Hsu Su, Samuel Bell and Christian Stassen

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Dowdy, Andrew & Bell, Samuel & Brown, Andrew & Evans, Jason & Pepler, Acacia & Rafter, Tony S & Stassen, Christian & Su, Chun-Hsu & Thatcher, Marcus & Ye, Hua & Australia. Bureau of Meteorology, issuing body. (2021). Extreme temperature, wind and bushfire weather projections using a standardised method Retrieved December 8, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2982654569

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Dowdy, Andrew, Bell, Samuel, Brown, Andrew, Evans, Jason, Pepler, Acacia, Rafter, Tony S, Stassen, Christian, Su, Chun-Hsu, Thatcher, Marcus, Ye, Hua and Australia. Bureau of Meteorology, issuing body. Extreme temperature, wind and bushfire weather projections using a standardised method Melbourne, Victoria: Bureau of Meteorology, 2021. Web. 8 December 2022 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2982654569>

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Dowdy, Andrew & Bell, Samuel & Brown, Andrew & Evans, Jason & Pepler, Acacia & Rafter, Tony S & Stassen, Christian & Su, Chun-Hsu & Thatcher, Marcus & Ye, Hua & Australia. Bureau of Meteorology, issuing body. 2021, Extreme temperature, wind and bushfire weather projections using a standardised method Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Victoria viewed 8 December 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-2982654569

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  | author3=Brown, Andrew.
  | author4=Evans, Jason.
  | author5=Pepler, Acacia.
  | author6=Rafter, Tony S.
  | author7=Stassen, Christian.
  | author8=Su, Chun-Hsu.
  | author9=Thatcher, Marcus.
  | author10=Ye, Hua.
  | author11=Australia. Bureau of Meteorology, issuing body.
  | title=Extreme temperature, wind and bushfire weather projections using a standardised method
  | year=2021
  | section=1 online resource (iii, 57 pages) : colour maps, charts.
  | isbn=9781925738322
  | series=Bureau research report ;
  | location=Melbourne, Victoria
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