|2017||Report||A natural hazard building loss profile for Australia: 1900-2015. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2017).|
|2014||Journal Article||Exploring 167 years of vulnerability: An examination of extreme heat events in Australia 1844–2010. Environmental Science and Policy 42, 33-44 (2014)..|
|2010||Journal Article||Australian bushfire fatalities 1900-2008: exploring trends in relation to the `Prepare, stay and defend or leave early' policy. 13, 185 - 194 (2010).|
A paper analysing the historical impacts of extreme heatwaves in Australia has been one of the first outputs of a project to measure and understand the impacts of natural hazards in terms of human health and building damage.
The project aims to qualify and quantify the impacts of prolonged and multi-hazard natural hazard events on utility, transport and/or communication networks; and to also understand the interconnectedness of these critical services.
|HazardNoteEdition||27 Aug 2015||Learning from the past, planning for the future||Save (166.29 KB)||modelling, multi-hazard, risk analysis|
|Presentation-Slideshow||18 Apr 2017||An Analysis of Building Losses and Human Fatalities from Natural Disasters||Save (5.22 MB)||economics, multi-hazard, risk analysis|