Overview of published works

publications

The formalised output from the CRC's activities can be found in journals, conference proceedings, reports, and articles. (photo: Google)

End-user driven academic outputs

These publications are available under open access arrangements where possible. Otherwise please contact your institution's library, the authors, or publishers to organise full access.

Latest publications

Year Type Citation
2016 Journal Article Lai, B. S., Alisic, E., Lewis, R. & Ronan, K. Approaches to the assessment of children in the context of disasters. Current Psychiatry Reports 18, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Haworth, B. Emergency management perspectives on volunteered geographic information: Opportunities, challenges and change. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 57, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Neale, T. Burning anticipation: Wildfire, risk mitigation and simulation modelling in Victoria, Australia. Environment and Planning A 48, 2026-2045 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Li, Y., Grimaldi, S., Walker, J. & Pauwels, V. Application of Remote Sensing Data to Constrain Operational Rainfall-Driven Flood Forecasting: A Review. Remote Sensing 8, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Bosomworth, K., Owen, C. & Curnin, S. Addressing challenges for future strategic-level emergency management: reframing, networking and capacity building. Disasters 41, 306-323 (2016).
2016 Report Haynes, K. et al. An analysis of human fatalities from floods in Australia 1900-2015. (2016).
2016 Report Gravois, U., Callaghan, D., Baldock, T., Smith, K. & Martin, B. Review of beach profile and shoreline models applicable to the statistical modelling of beach erosion and the impacts of storm clustering. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Report Edwards, M., Mohanty, I., Ryu, H. & Wehner, M. Preliminary report on economic loss modelling. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Report Nadimpalli, K. & Mohanty, I. Built environment exposure information framework. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Report Kepert, J. D. et al. Improved predictions of severe weather to reduce community impact: Annual project report 2015-2016. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Journal Article Peace, M., Mattner, T., Mills, G. A., Kepert, J. D. & McCaw, L. Coupled fire-atmosphere simulations of the Rocky River fire using WRF-SFIRE. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 55, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Oehlers, D. J., Visintin, P. & Lucas, W. Fundamental Mechanics Governing FRP-Retrofitted RC Beams with Anchored and Prestressed FRP Plates. Journal of Composites for Construction 20, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Neale, T., Weir, J. & McGee, T. K. Knowing wildfire risk: Scientific interactions with risk mitigation policy and practice in Victoria, Australia. Geoforum 72, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Leahy, B. Perceptions of risk and connection to landscape. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Minas, J. P. & Hearne, J. An optimization model for aggregation of prescribed burn units. TOP 24, 180-195 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Gissing, A., Haynes, K., Coates, L. & Keys, C. Motorist behaviour during the 2015 Shoalhaven floods. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Maier, H. et al. An uncertain future, deep uncertainty, scenarios, robustness and adaptation: How do they fit together?. Environmental Modelling & Software 81, 154-164 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Maddock, N. Notes from the Field: Managed by us mob: helping remote northern communities face natural hazards. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Nolan, R. et al. Predicting dead fine fuel moisture at regional scales using vapour pressure deficit from MODIS and gridded weather data. Remote Sensing of Environment 174, (2016).
2016 Journal Article McNeill, I., Dunlop, P. D., Skinner, T. C. & Morrison, D. A value- and expectancy-based approach to understanding residents’ intended response to a wildfire threat. International Journal of Wildland Fire (2016). at <http://www.publish.csiro.au/paper/WF15051.htm>
2016 Journal Article McNeill, I. M., Dunlop, P. D., Skinner, T. C. & Morrison, D. A value and expectancy based approach to understanding residents' intended response to a wildfire threat. International Journal of Wildland Fire 25, (2016).
2016 Report Bearman, C., Rainbird, S., Brooks, B. & Owen, C. Proposed tools for monitoring teams in emergency management. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Journal Article Towers, B., Ronan, K. & Rashid, M. Child Health and Survival in a Changing Climate: Vulnerability, Mitigation, and Adaptation. Geographies of Children and Young People 8, (2016).
2016 Journal Article McLennan, B. J., Molloy, J., Whittaker, J. & Handmer, J. Centralised coordination of spontaneous emergency volunteers: the EV CREW model. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (2016).
2016 Journal Article McNeill, I. M., Dunlop, P. D., Skinner, T. C. & Morrison, D. Predicting risk-mitigating behaviors from indecisiveness and trait-anxiety: two cognitive pathways to task avoidance. Journal of Personality 84, 36-45 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Dwyer, G. We have not lived long enough: Sensemaking and learning from bushfire in Australia. Management Learning 47, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Jones, F. Knowledge for life: how local knowledge is helping communities prepare. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Satheeskumar, N., Henderson, D. J., Ginger, J. D. & Wang, C. H. Wind uplift strength capacity variation in roof-to-wall connections of timber-framed houses. Journal of Architectural Engineering 22, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Driscoll, D. A. et al. Resolving future fire management conflicts using multi-criteria decision making. Conservation Biology 30, 196-205 (2016).
2016 Journal Article McLennan, B. J. Extending into community-led preparedness and planning just enough (but not too much?). Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (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).
2016 Report Pattiaratchi, C., Wijeratne, E. M. S., Hetzel, Y. & Janekovic, I. Predicting continental shelf waves in Australia. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Report Griffith, M. & Lucas, W. Economic loss modelling of earthquake damaged buildings. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Report Mason, M. S. A southeast Queensland tropical cyclone scenario. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Report Parsons, M. et al. The Australian Natural Disaster Resilience Index: Conceptual framework and indicator approach. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Journal Article Trigg, J., Thompson, K., Smith, B. P. & Bennett, P. An Animal Just Like Me: The Importance of Preserving the Identities of Companion-Animal Owners in Disaster Contexts. Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10, 26-40 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Hunt, S. Building adaptive capacities for disaster resilience: what role for government?. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 31, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Wilkinson, C., Eriksen, C. & Penman, T. D. Into the firing line: civilian ingress during the 2013 “Red October” bushfires, Australia. Natural Hazards 80, 521-538 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Hasanzadeh Nafari, R., Ngo, T. & Lehman, W. Calibration and validation of FLFArs – a new flood loss function for Australian residential structures. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 16, 15-27 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Moon, K. & Adams, V. M. Using quantitative influence diagrams to map natural resource managers’ mental models of invasive species management. Land Use Policy 50, (2016).
2016 Report Every, D. et al. Capturing community experiences in the 2015 Sampson Flat fire. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).
2016 Journal Article Hilton, J., Sharples, J. J. & Sullivan, A. Curvature effects in the dynamic propagation of wildfires. International Journal of Wildland Fire 25, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Hasanzadeh Nafari, R., Ngo, T. & Mendis, P. An assessment of the effectiveness of tree-based models for multi-variate flood damage assessment in Australia. Water 8, (2016).
2016 Journal Article Leitch, C. J., Ginger, J. D. & Holmes, J. D. Wind loads on solar panels mounted parallel to pitched roofs, and acting on the underlying roof. Wind and Structures 22, 307-328 (2016).
2016 Journal Article Maqsood, T., Wehner, M., Dale, K. & Edwards, M. Cost-effective mitigation strategies for residential buildings in Australian flood plains. International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering 6, 550-559 (2016).
2015 Journal Article Vincent, G. et al. Sleep Restriction during Simulated Wildfire Suppression: Effect on Physical Task Performance. PLOS ONE 10, (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Ramm, T. Accounting for uncertainty in cost benefit analysis: A generalised framework for natural hazard adaptation in the coastal zone. 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium: The art and science of water (Informit, 2015). at <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=822034922948079;res=IELENG>
2015 Journal Article Smith, B. P., Taylor, M. & Thompson, K. Risk perception, preparedness and response of livestock producers to bushfires: a South Australian case study. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Kafle, B., Lam, N., Lumantarna, E., Gad, E. F. & Wilson, J. Overturning of precast RC columns in conditions of moderate ground shaking. Earthquakes and Structures 8, 1-18 (2015).
2015 Journal Article Haworth, B., Bruce, E. & Middleton, P. Emerging technologies for risk reduction: assessing the potential use of social media and VGI for increasing community engagement. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (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).
2015 Journal Article Gupta, V., Reinke, K., Jones, S., Wallace, L. & Holden, L. Assessing Metrics for Estimating Fire Induced Change in the Forest Understorey Structure Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning. Remote Sensing 7, 8180-8201 (2015).
2015 Journal Article McLennan, J., Paton, D. & Wright, L. At-risk householders' responses to potential and actual bushfire threat: An analysis of findings from seven Australian post-bushfire interview studies 2009–2014. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 12, 319-327 (2015).
2015 Journal Article Wahalathantri, B., Lokuge, W., Karunasena, W. & Setunge, S. Vulnerability of Floodways under Extreme Flood Events. Natural Hazards Review 17, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Gissing, A., Haynes, K., Coates, L. & Keys, C. Reducing deaths from driving into floodwaters. Crisis Response Journal 11, 66-67 (2015).
2015 Journal Article Nyman, P. et al. Predicting sediment delivery from debris flows after wildfire. Geomorphology 250, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Cao, Y., Boruff, B. J. & McNeill, I. M. Defining Sufficient Household Preparedness for Active Wildfire Defense: Toward an Australian Baseline. Natural Hazards Review 10, (2015).
2015 Report Haynes, K. & Coates, L. An analysis of building losses and human fatalities from natural disasters: Annual project report 2014-2015. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2015).
2015 Report Russell-Smith, J. Scoping remote north Australian community resilience and developing governance models through action research: Annual project report 2014-2015. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2015).
2015 Report Russell-Smith, J. & Edwards, A. C. Savanna fire management and scenario planning for North Australia: Annual project report 2014-2015. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2015).

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2015-2016 year in review

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