Geoff convenes the 'Fire in the Environment' course, co-convenes 'Weather, Climate & Fire', and contributes to ‘Resources, Environment and Society’, ‘Climate Change Vulnerability & Adaptation’ and ‘Introduction to Natural Hazards in the Asia-Pacific Region’. He has researched the effectiveness of varied approaches to managing bushfire risk in the Bushfire CRC. He has recently led projects on the importance of climate change for fire management and carbon dynamics, funded the Department of Climate Change. He also co-leads an international group of researchers comparing the dynamics of landscape-fire-succession models. Geoff is an Associate Editor and a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee for the International Journal of Wildland Fire. He also represents The ANU on the Bushfire CRC Stakeholder Advisory Council. In his capacity as Associate Director for Higher Degree Research, Geoff oversees the PhD and MPhil program in the Fenner School of Environment & Society.
Leads projects on the importance of climate change for fire management and carbon dynamics, funded by the NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change and the Australian Greenhouse Office. Research focuses on bushfire and climate interactions and carbon and climate interactions."