Derek Chong
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Phoenix: development and application of a bushfire risk management tool.
K Tolhurst, B Shields, D Chong
Australian journal of emergency management 23 (4), 47-54, 2008
2062008
Examining the relative effects of fire weather, suppression and fuel treatment on fire behaviour–A simulation study
TD Penman, L Collins, OF Price, RA Bradstock, S Metcalf, DMO Chong
Journal of environmental management 131, 325-333, 2013
512013
Quantifying spatio-temporal differences between fire shapes: Estimating fire travel paths for the improvement of dynamic spread models
TJ Duff, DM Chong, KG Tolhurst
Environmental modelling & software 46, 33-43, 2013
342013
A model for assessing water quality risk in catchments prone to wildfire
C Langhans, HG Smith, DMO Chong, P Nyman, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Journal of Hydrology 534, 407-426, 2016
292016
How much space do drivers provide when passing cyclists? Understanding the impact of motor vehicle and infrastructure characteristics on passing distance
B Beck, D Chong, J Olivier, M Perkins, A Tsay, A Rushford, L Li, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 128, 253-260, 2019
282019
Using discrete event simulation cellular automata models to determine multi-mode travel times and routes of terrestrial suppression resources to wildland fires
TJ Duff, DM Chong, KG Tolhurst
European Journal of Operational Research 241 (3), 763-770, 2015
282015
Naturalistic cycling study: identifying risk factors for cyclists in the Australian Capital Territory
M Johnson, D Chong, J Carroll, R Katz, J Oxley, JL Charlton
MUARC, 2014
262014
Real-time estimation of wildfire perimeters from curated crowdsourcing
X Zhong, M Duckham, D Chong, K Tolhurst
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
252016
Wildland–urban interface (WUI) fire modelling using PHOENIX Rapidfire: A case study in Cavaillon, France
L Pugnet, D Chong, T Duff, K Tolhurst
Proceedings of the 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation …, 2013
182013
Procrustes based metrics for spatial validation and calibration of two-dimensional perimeter spread models: A case study considering fire
TJ Duff, DM Chong, P Taylor, KG Tolhurst
Agricultural and forest meteorology 160, 110-117, 2012
182012
Assessing potential house losses using PHOENIX RapidFire
KG Tolhurst, DM Chong
Proceedings of Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day 1, 74-86, 2011
182011
PHOENIX RapidFire 4.0's convective plume model
D Chong, K Tolhurst, T Duff
Bushfire CRC, 2012
172012
Indices for the evaluation of wildfire spread simulations using contemporaneous predictions and observations of burnt area
TJ Duff, DM Chong, KG Tolhurst
Environmental Modelling & Software 83, 276-285, 2016
122016
Implementing the Phoenix fire spread model for operational use
G Paterson, D Chong
Surveying and Spatial Sciences Conference, 111, 2011
122011
Wildfire risk management model for strategic management
KG Tolhurst, DM Chong, MN Strandgard
Forest Ecology and Management, S211, 2006
102006
From ‘wildland–urban interface’to ‘wildfire interface zone’using dynamic fire modelling
KG Tolhurst, TJ Duff, DM Chong
MODSIM Conference, 290-296, 2013
92013
Sensitivity analysis of PHOENIX RapidFire
D Chong, KG Tolhurst, TJ Duff, B Cirulis
Bushfire CRC, University of Melbourne, 2013
82013
Fire impact and risk evaluation decision support tool (FIREDST)
RP Cechet, IA French, JD Kepert, KG Tolhurst, CP Meyer, RJB Fawcett, ...
Final Report. Bushfire CRC, Australia, 2014
72014
Quantifying wildfire growth rates using smoke plume observations derived from weather radar
TJ Duff, DM Chong, TD Penman
International journal of wildland fire 27 (8), 514-524, 2018
62018
Gaining benefits from adversity: The need for systems and frameworks to maximise the data obtained from wildfires
TJ Duff, DM Chong, BA Cirulis, SF Walsh, TD Penman, KG Tolhurst
Advances in Forest Fire Research; Viegas, DX, Ed.; Imprensa da Universidade …, 2014
62014
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