I'm here to present about the topic of how houses are destroyed by bushfire. I will start with the broader landscape topic, and as we move through we'll get closer and closer to the structure and then finally work through the structure itself
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So, I wanted to really start with the concept of a checklist. And not the traditional checklist that we talk about on what we prepare for and what we do on the day, or how we how we plan our hierarchy of approaches on the day. I'm talking about a checklist of what actions a house might be faced with, and what considerations we might use that checklist of mechanisms that could attack a house to really deeply consider how our house and surroundings might respond.