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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A critical analysis of vulnerability Gibb, Christine
2018
28 C p. 327-334
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2 Adaptation strategies to floods: A gender-based analysis of the farming-dependent char community in the Padma floodplain, Bangladesh Naz, Farha
2018
28 C p. 519-530
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3 Adaptive governance as a catalyst for transforming the relationship between development and disaster risk through the Sendai Framework? Munene, Martin Brown
2018
28 C p. 653-663
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4 Adding a community partner to service learning may elevate learning but not necessarily service Suckale, Jenny
2018
28 C p. 80-87
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5 A drone fleet model for last-mile distribution in disaster relief operations Rabta, Boualem
2018
28 C p. 107-112
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6 A framework for assessing the resilience of a disaster debris management system Kim, Jooho
2018
28 C p. 674-687
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7 A global review of the impact of basis risk on the functioning of and demand for index insurance Clement, Kristina Yuzva
2018
28 C p. 845-853
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8 Analysis of the interrelationship between houses, trees and damage in a cyclone affected city: Can landscape design and planning utilising trees minimise cyclone impact? Van der Sommen, F.J.
2018
28 C p. 701-710
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9 An inclusive and adaptive framework for measuring social resilience to disasters Saja, A.M. Aslam
2018
28 C p. 862-873
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10 A practical approach to constructing hierarchical networks for urban hazard mitigation planning using GIS: The case of Futian, Shenzhen Jiang, Xue
2018
28 C p. 629-639
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11 A robust model for a humanitarian relief network with backup covering under disruptions: A real world application Rahmani, Donya
2018
28 C p. 56-68
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12 A space time analysis evaluating the impact of hurricane sandy on HIV testing rates Wilt, Grete E.
2018
28 C p. 839-844
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13 Assessing response capabilities for responding to ship-related oil spills in the Chinese Bohai Sea Wang, Yebao
2018
28 C p. 251-257
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14 Assessing the public health impacts of disasters: A retrospective study of the October 2015 Hindu Kush earthquake in Pakistan Ahmad, Junaid
2018
28 C p. 555-564
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15 Assessing vulnerability and coping capacities of rural women to drought: A case study of Zvishavane district, Zimbabwe Ncube, Alice
2018
28 C p. 69-79
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16 Assessment of climate change vulnerability of farm households in Pyapon District, a delta region in Myanmar Oo, Aung Tun
2018
28 C p. 10-21
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17 Assessment of social vulnerability to seismic hazard in Nablus, Palestine Cerchiello, Vania
2018
28 C p. 491-506
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18 A tale of two communities: B-race-ing disaster responses in the media following the Canterbury and Kaikōura earthquakes Carter, Lucy H.
2018
28 C p. 731-738
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19 Barriers towards hotel disaster preparedness: Case studies of post 2011 Tsunami, Japan Nguyen, David N.
2018
28 C p. 585-594
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20 Beyond public meetings: Diverse forms of community led recovery following disaster Cretney, Raven Marie
2018
28 C p. 122-130
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21 Building Inventory at National scale by evaluation of seismic vulnerability classes distribution based on Census data analysis: BINC procedure Cacace, Francesco
2018
28 C p. 384-393
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22 Building resilience: Knowledge, experience and perceptions among informal construction stakeholders Chmutina, Ksenia
2018
28 C p. 158-164
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23 Children's views on evacuation drills and school preparedness: Mapping experiences and unfolding perspectives Vásquez, Andrea
2018
28 C p. 165-175
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24 Corrigendum to “Planned and ultimate actions of horse owners facing a bushfire threat: Implications for natural disaster preparedness and survivability” [Int. J. Disaster Risk Reduct. 27 (2018) 490–498] Thompson, Kirrilly R.
2018
28 C p. 874
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25 Criticality ranking for components of a transportation network at risk from tropical cyclones Yang, Saini
2018
28 C p. 43-55
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26 Disaster-mitigating and general innovative responses to climate disasters: Evidence from modern and historical China Hu, Hui
2018
28 C p. 664-673
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27 Drivers’ experiences during floods: Investigating the psychological influences underpinning decisions to avoid driving through floodwater Hamilton, Kyra
2018
28 C p. 507-518
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28 Effect of tsunami drill experience on evacuation behavior after the onset of the Great East Japan Earthquake Nakaya, Naoki
2018
28 C p. 206-213
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29 Effects of disaster nursing education on nursing students’ knowledge and preparedness for disasters Kalanlar, Bilge
2018
28 C p. 475-480
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30 Effects of prenatal maternal stress on birth outcomes following tropical cyclone Yasi in Queensland, Australia (2011) Parayiwa, Cynthia
2018
28 C p. 768-775
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31 Empirical study on agricultural drought adaptation of typical rainfed areas in Shidian County, China Wang, Zhiqiang
2018
28 C p. 394-403
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32 Establishment of flood damage function models: A case study in the Bago River Basin, Myanmar Win, Shelly
2018
28 C p. 688-700
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33 Evaluating economic impacts of water deprivation in humanitarian relief distribution using stated choice experiments Macea, Luis F.
2018
28 C p. 427-438
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34 Factors influencing fire, earthquake, and cyclone risk perception in Yangon, Myanmar Fernandez, Glenn
2018
28 C p. 140-149
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35 Factors influencing people's decision-making during three consecutive tornado events Miran, Seyed M.
2018
28 C p. 150-157
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36 Feasibility study of using crowdsourcing to identify critical affected areas for rapid damage assessment: Hurricane Matthew case study Yuan, Faxi
2018
28 C p. 758-767
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37 Fire hazards in heritage villages: A case study on Dangjia Village in China Yuan, Chunyan
2018
28 C p. 748-757
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38 Flood risk management activities in Vietnam: A study of local practice in Quang Nam province Luu, Chinh
2018
28 C p. 776-787
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39 From coping to adaptation: Flooding and the role of local knowledge in Bangladesh Islam, Mir Rabiul
2018
28 C p. 531-538
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40 From engineering to evolutionary, an overarching approach in identifying the resilience of urban design to flood Abdulkareem, Mohanad
2018
28 C p. 176-190
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41 Household construction knowledge acquisition in post-disaster shelter training Opdyke, Aaron
2018
28 C p. 131-139
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42 How much should be invested in hazard mitigation? Development of a streamlined hazard mitigation cost assessment framework Noori, Mehdi
2018
28 C p. 578-584
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43 Hybrid governance for drought risk management: The case of the 2014/2015 El Niño in Costa Rica Vignola, Raffaele
2018
28 C p. 363-374
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44 Implementation and adaptation of a macro-scale method to assess and monitor direct economic losses caused by natural hazards Natho, Stephanie
2018
28 C p. 191-205
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45 Implicit and explicit knowledge in flood evacuations with a case study of Takamatsu, Japan Nakanishi, Hitomi
2018
28 C p. 788-797
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46 Incorporating wetlands in hydrologic and hydraulic models for flood zone delineation: An application to Durán, Ecuador da Cruz e Sousa, Ricardo
2018
28 C p. 375-383
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47 Influence of land cover, proximity to streams and household topographical location on flooding impact in informal settlements in the Eastern Cape, South Africa Dalu, Mwazvita T.B.
2018
28 C p. 481-490
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48 Influential factors in creating warning systems towards flood disaster management in Ghana: An analysis of 2007 Northern flood Djimesah, Isaac Edem
2018
28 C p. 318-326
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49 Informing decisions on the purchase of equipment used by health services in response to incidents involving hazardous materials Grieco, Luca
2018
28 C p. 113-121
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50 LastQuake: From rapid information to global seismic risk reduction Bossu, Rémy
2018
28 C p. 32-42
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51 Life Cycle Cost and Return on Investment as complementary decision variables for urban flood risk management in developing countries De Risi, Raffaele
2018
28 C p. 88-106
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52 Livelihood changes in Banda Aceh, Indonesia after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami Ismail, Nafesa
2018
28 C p. 439-449
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53 Measuring the progress of a recovery process after an earthquake: The case of L'aquila, Italy Contreras, Diana
2018
28 C p. 450-464
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54 Multi-hazard loss estimation for shaking and tsunami using stochastic rupture sources Goda, Katsuichiro
2018
28 C p. 539-554
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55 New resilience model of communities based on numerical evaluation and observed post seismic reconstruction process Vona, M.
2018
28 C p. 602-609
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56 Pedestrian evacuation modeling to reduce vehicle use for distant tsunami evacuations in Hawaiʻi Wood, Nathan
2018
28 C p. 271-283
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57 Perceived neighborhood boundaries: A missing link in modeling post-disaster housing recovery Nejat, Ali
2018
28 C p. 225-236
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58 Policies and governance impact maps of floods on metropolitan Shiraz (the first step toward resilience modeling of the city) Zare, Nazanin
2018
28 C p. 298-317
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59 Public perception of flood risk in flash flood prone areas of Eastern Mediterranean: The case of Attica Region in Greece Diakakis, Michalis
2018
28 C p. 404-413
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60 Rapid visual screening procedure of existing building based on statistical analysis Ningthoujam, M.C.
2018
28 C p. 720-730
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61 Reactions to earthquake hazard: Strengthening commercial buildings and voluntary earthquake safety checks on houses in Wellington, New Zealand McRae, Caitlin
2018
28 C p. 465-474
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62 Recovery and resilience of communities in flood risk zones in a small island developing state: A case study from a suburban settlement of Port Louis, Mauritius Chacowry, Anoradha
2018
28 C p. 826-838
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63 Research on earthquake emergency response modes of individuals based on social surveillance video Zhou, Junxue
2018
28 C p. 350-362
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64 Risk communication for new and emerging communities: The contingent role of social capital Hanson-Easey, Scott
2018
28 C p. 620-628
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65 Risk modelling as a tool to support natural hazard risk management in New Zealand local government Crawford, M.H.
2018
28 C p. 610-619
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66 Rural households’ flood preparedness and social determinants in Mwandi district of Zambia and Eastern Zambezi Region of Namibia Mabuku, Monde Patrina
2018
28 C p. 284-297
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67 Satellite scheduling of large areal tasks for rapid response to natural disaster using a multi-objective genetic algorithm Niu, Xiaonan
2018
28 C p. 813-825
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68 Seeing through the clouds: Processes and challenges for sharing geospatial data for disaster management in Haiti Clark, Nathan
2018
28 C p. 258-270
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69 Social media applications and emergency management: A literature review and research agenda Luna, Sergio
2018
28 C p. 565-577
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70 Spatiotemporal drought assessment of a semi-arid part of middle Tapi River Basin, India Ramkar, Preeti
2018
28 C p. 414-426
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71 Systematizing Community-Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM): Case of urban flood-prone community in Thailand upstream area Tanwattana, Puntita
2018
28 C p. 798-812
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72 The risk of second-best adaptive measures: Farmers facing drought in Thailand Pak-Uthai, Surutwadee
2018
28 C p. 711-719
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73 The severity of shipboard communication failures in maritime emergencies: A risk management approach Karahalios, Hristos
2018
28 C p. 1-9
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74 The uses of mobile technologies in the aftermath of terrorist attacks among low socioeconomic populations Baytiyeh, Hoda
2018
28 C p. 739-747
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75 Towards the agility of collaborative workflows through an event driven approach – Application to crisis management Barthe-Delanoë, Anne-Marie
2018
28 C p. 214-224
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76 Towards understanding vulnerability: Investigating disruptions in cropping schedules in irrigated rice fields in West Java Sianturi, Riswan
2018
28 C p. 335-349
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77 Two-stage approach to quantify the resilience of maritime hazardous and noxious substance spill accidents Kim, Eunlak
2018
28 C p. 595-601
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78 Understanding the decision-making process in disaster risk monitoring and early-warning: A case study within a control room in Brazil Horita, Flávio E.A.
2018
28 C p. 22-31
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79 Urban green space as a countermeasure to increasing urban risk and the UGS-3CC resilience framework Mukherjee, Mahua
2018
28 C p. 854-861
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80 Vulnerability assessment of households and its possible reflection in flood risk management: The case of the upper Myjava basin, Slovakia Solín, Ľ.
2018
28 C p. 640-652
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81 Vulnerability assessment of urban road network from urban flood Singh, Prasoon
2018
28 C p. 237-250
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