Bushfire and wildfire arson: arson risk assessment in the Australian context

Troy Erin McEwan, Rebekah Doley, Margaret Catherine Dolan

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Abstract

Deliberately lit vegetation fires have the greatest destructive potential of any intentionally lit blaze.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFiresetting and Mental Health: Theory, Research & Practice
EditorsGeoffrey L Dickens, Philip A Sugarman, Theresa A Gannon
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherRoyal College of Psychiatrists Publications
Pages206 - 223
Number of pages18
Edition1
ISBN (Print)9781908020376
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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McEwan, T. E., Doley, R., & Dolan, M. C. (2012). Bushfire and wildfire arson: arson risk assessment in the Australian context. In G. L. Dickens, P. A. Sugarman, & T. A. Gannon (Eds.), Firesetting and Mental Health: Theory, Research & Practice (1 ed., pp. 206 - 223). United Kingdom: Royal College of Psychiatrists Publications.
McEwan, Troy Erin ; Doley, Rebekah ; Dolan, Margaret Catherine. / Bushfire and wildfire arson: arson risk assessment in the Australian context. Firesetting and Mental Health: Theory, Research & Practice. editor / Geoffrey L Dickens ; Philip A Sugarman ; Theresa A Gannon. 1. ed. United Kingdom : Royal College of Psychiatrists Publications, 2012. pp. 206 - 223
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McEwan, TE, Doley, R & Dolan, MC 2012, Bushfire and wildfire arson: arson risk assessment in the Australian context. in GL Dickens, PA Sugarman & TA Gannon (eds), Firesetting and Mental Health: Theory, Research & Practice. 1 edn, Royal College of Psychiatrists Publications, United Kingdom, pp. 206 - 223.

Bushfire and wildfire arson: arson risk assessment in the Australian context. / McEwan, Troy Erin; Doley, Rebekah; Dolan, Margaret Catherine.

Firesetting and Mental Health: Theory, Research & Practice. ed. / Geoffrey L Dickens; Philip A Sugarman; Theresa A Gannon. 1. ed. United Kingdom : Royal College of Psychiatrists Publications, 2012. p. 206 - 223.

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McEwan TE, Doley R, Dolan MC. Bushfire and wildfire arson: arson risk assessment in the Australian context. In Dickens GL, Sugarman PA, Gannon TA, editors, Firesetting and Mental Health: Theory, Research & Practice. 1 ed. United Kingdom: Royal College of Psychiatrists Publications. 2012. p. 206 - 223