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Stephen Dovers
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Year Type Citation
2018 Journal Article Dovers, S. Can major post-event inquiries and reviews contribute to lessons management?. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 33, (2018).
2017 Report Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Learning for emergency services: looking for a new approach. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2017).
2017 Journal Article Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Reviewing high-risk and high-consequence decisions: finding a safer way. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 32, (2017).
2017 Conference Paper Dovers, S. Emergency management and policy: research impact and utilisation. AFAC17 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2017).
2017 Journal Article Lukasiewicz, A., Dovers, S. & Eburn, M. Shared responsibility: the who, what and how. Environmental Hazards (2017). at <http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17477891.2017.1298510>
2017 Journal Article Steele, W. E., Hussey, K. & Dovers, S. What's critical about critical infrastructure?. Urban Policy and Research 1-13 (2017). doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08111146.2017.1282857
2017 Report Cole, L., Dovers, S., Eburn, M. & Gough, M. Major post-event inquiries and reviews: review of recommendations. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2017).
2016 Report Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Discussion paper: Learning for emergency services, looking for a new approach. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Journal Article Neale, T., Weir, J. & Dovers, S. Science in Motion: integrating scientific knowledge into bushfire risk mitigation in southwest Victoria. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (2016).
2015 Conference Paper Hussey, K. & Dovers, S. Managing Critical Infrastructure in a Changing Climate: Risk, Roles, Responsibilities and Politics Conference Paper 2014. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Eburn, M., Hudson, D., Cha, I. & Dovers, S. Learning from Adversity: What Has 75 Years of Bushfire Inquiries Taught Us? Conference Paper 2014. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014 (2015).
2015 Journal Article Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Learning Lessons from Disasters: Alternatives to Royal Commissions and Other Quasi-Judicial Inquiries. Australian Journal of Public Administration 74, 495-508 (2015).
2014 Journal Article Dovers, S. & Eburn, M. How chief officers view success in fire policy and management. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 29, (2014).
2014 Journal Article McLennan, B. J. et al. Negotiating risk and responsibility through law, policy and planning. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 29, (2014).
2014 Journal Article Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Risk Management from a Legal and Governance Perspective. Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management 4, 61-72 (2014).
2012 Journal Article Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Australian wildfire litigation. International Journal of Wildland Fire (2012). doi:10.1071/WF11094
2012 Journal Article Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Mainstreaming fire and emergency management across legal and policy sectors. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management 27, (2012).
2012 Journal Article Cary, G. J., Collett, E., A. Gill, M., Clayton, H. & Dovers, S. Future scenarios for Australian bushfires: Report on a Bushfire CRC workshop. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management 27, 34-40 (2012).
2012 Conference Proceedings Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Sharing responsibility with governments and their agencies. IAWF 3rd Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, Seattle, WA, 17-19 April 2012 75-82 (2012).
2012 Conference Proceedings Bosomworth, K., Handmer, J. & Dovers, S. Exploring the capacity to adapt to climate change in the fire management sector of Victoria, Australia. IAWF 3rd Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, Seattle, WA, 17-19 April 2012 138 (2012). at <http://www.iawfonline.org/pdf/3rd%20Human%20Dimensions%20Conference%20Proceedings%20-%20FINAL.pdf>
2012 Journal Article Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. The emerging legal issue of failure to warn. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management 27, (2012).
2011 Conference Proceedings Eburn, M. & Dovers, S. Governments and emergency response. Bushfire CRC & AFAC 2011 Conference Science Day (2011). at <http://www.bushfirecrc.com/resources/pages-278-284-governments-and-emergency-response>
2004 Journal Article Dovers, S., Cary, G. J. & Lindenmayer, D. Fire research and policy priorities: insights from the 2003 national fire forum. 76-84 (2004).

Resources credited

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Presentation-Slideshow 08 Sep 2014 Managing critical infrastructure in a changing climate PDF icon Save (441.42 KB) infrastructure, policy
Presentation-Audio-Video 27 Oct 2014 Protecting and managing critical infrastructure under a changing climate infrastructure, mitigation
Presentation-Audio-Video 27 Oct 2014 Prof Stephen Dovers (ANU) - Natural Disasters File Save (0 bytes) risk management
Presentation-Audio-Video 30 Oct 2014 Natural Disasters - the challenges for Australia and the region (full panel discussion) File Save (0 bytes)
Presentation-Audio-Video 14 Dec 2015 Governance and institutional knowledge cluster overview video File Save (0 bytes) governance, planning, policy
HazardNoteEdition 11 Jan 2016 Raising the bar on risk reduction policy and planning PDF icon Save (144.04 KB) governance, planning, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 30 Aug 2016 Sharing responsibility for disaster resilience: What are the obligations of the community? - Anna Lukasiewicz PDF icon Save (1.56 MB) governance, multi-hazard, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 30 Aug 2016 The social life of science: tales from Victoria and the Northern Territory - Jessica Weir PDF icon Save (1.49 MB) decision making, fire, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 18 Apr 2017 Policies, Institutions and Governance of Natural Hazards PDF icon Save (2.29 MB) framework, governance, policy
HazardNoteEdition 03 Nov 2017 Removing disaster barriers through policy reform PDF icon Save (718.86 KB) framework, governance, policy
Presentation-Slideshow 16 Apr 2018 Policies, institutions & governance of natural hazards PDF icon Save (1.22 MB) emergency management, governance, policy