The main method to handle this case is to perform a qualitative analysis consisting of direct investigation regarding the incidences that have happened in the past. Also, the study will include survey and interview so as to arrive at correct results. The methodology of this research project would define the accuracy of the research as well as the preciseness of the research findings. In this research project, the aim is to identify a relationship between the two most popular fire danger indices systems in the world, FWI system and the FFDI system. The research methodology will follow a statistical analysis process to assess the relationship between the two systems. In addition to this, it would also identify the accuracy of the two systems for the implementation in a wide region of Australia.
With respect to Australia, the data clearly shows frequent occurrences of fire danger at forest areas due to weather conditions. On the other hand, UK has a variable climate where it is difficult to predict most of the times though the indices are used regularly. For the purpose of this research project, large amounts of data is required which needs to be accurate and authentic. As the project would be establishing links between the relationship of FWI and FFDI indices systems, it is important to have large amount of data sets with respect to both the systems implemented in similar locations and values of these systems for these locations based upon similar input values of meteorological aspects. For the statistical analysis process of this research paper, the data required would be acquired from the website of Bureau of Meteorology of Australia, where the data sets and satellite images can be acquired for the implementation of both the indices system and these systems can then further get compared in an attempt to establish a relationship between the two indices systems.