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
2015 Conference Paper Every, D. "We've got trouble getting around but we're still alright": disability identities and the implications for bushfire planning - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Kumar, V. & Dharssi, I. Verification of soil moisture from land surface models and traditional soil dryness indices - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Fawcett, R. J. B. & Nairn, J. The Heatwaves of the 2013/14 Australian Summer Conference Paper 2014. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Hoult, R. D., Goldsworthy, H. M. & Lumantarna, E. Torsional Displacement for Asymmetric Low-Rise Buildings with RC C-shaped Cores. Tenth Pacific Conference on Earthquake Engineering, Sydney, Australia. (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Jones, R., Young, C. & Symons, J. Risk ownership and natural hazards: across systems and across values - peer viewed. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Parackal, K. I., Mason, M. S., Henderson, D. J., Smith, D. J. & Ginger, J. D. Investigation of damage: Brisbane 27 November 2014 sever storm event - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Phillips, E., de Oliveira, F. Dimer, Koschatzky, V. & Somerville, P. Disruption of critical infrastructure during prolonged natural disasters Conference Paper 2014. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014 (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2015).
2015 Conference Paper Foley, M., Peace, M., Griffiths, D., Sofra, J. & Kepert, J. D. The Sydney 2014 forecast demonstration project - a step from research to operations - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Li, Y., Grimaldi, S., Pauwels, V., Walker, J. & Wright, A. Combining hydrologic and hydraulic models for real time flood forecasting - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Rajabifard, A. et al. A Pre-Disaster Multi-Hazard Damage and Economic Loss Estimation Model Conference Paper 2014. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper McLennan, B. J., Whittaker, J. & Handmer, J. The future of 'non-traditional' emergency volunteering: what will it look like and how can it work? - Peer reviewed. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Taylor, M., McCarthy, M. & Eustace, G. The integration of informal volunteers into animal emergency management: experiences from the 2015 South Australian bushfires - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Gissing, A., Haynes, K., Coates, L. & Keys, C. How do we reduce vehicle related deaths: exploring Australian flood fatalities 1900-2015 - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Kepert, J. D., Naughton, M. & Bally, J. Managing Severe Weather - Progress and Opportunities Conference Paper 2014. Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and AFAC Wellington Conference 2014 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Wright, D. et al. Improved assessment of grassland fuels in multiple jurisdictions across Australia. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Redshaw, S., Ingham, V., Harrison, K., Quigley, T. & Newton, K. Shared responsibility - shades of grey - peer viewed. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper McRae, R. H. D., Sharples, J. J., Fromm, M. & Kablick, G. Linking local wildfire dynamics to pyroCB development - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Edwards, A. C., Russell-Smith, J., Sangha, K. & Yates, C. P. Culturally appropriate mapping tools for informing two-way fire management planning in remote indigenous north Australian communities - peer viewed. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Newman, J. et al. A decision support framework for multi-hazard mitigation planning - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Wahalathantri, B., Lokuge, W., Karunasena, W. & Setunge, S. Framework to inspect floodways towards estimating damage - peer viewed. Adelaide Conference 2015 (2015).
2015 Conference Paper Neale, T. & Weir, J. Science in motion: knowledge practices and prescribed burning in southwest Victoria - non peer reviewed extended abstract. Adelaide Conference 2015 (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 Thompson, K., Leighton, M. & Riley, C. Helping hands, hurting hooves: towards a multidisciplinary paradigm of large animal rescue. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Smith, D., Roueche, D., Thompson, A. P. & Prevatt, D. O. A vulnerability assessment tool for residential structures and extreme wind events. (2015).
2015 Journal Article Taylor, M., Lynch, E., Burns, P. & Eustace, G. The preparedness and evacuation behaviour of pet owners in emergencies and natural disasters. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Taylor, M. et al. The challenges of managing animals and their owners in disasters: perspectives of Australian response organisations and stakeholders. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Thompson, K. For pet's sake, save yourself! Motivating emergency and disaster preparedness through relations of animal guardianship. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Thurston, W., Fawcett, R. J. B., Tory, K. J. & Kepert, J. D. Simulating boundary-layer rolls with a numerical weather prediction model. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 1-14 (2015). at <http://www.cawcr.gov.au/staff/jdk/Kepert_papers/Thurston_etal_2015_qjrms_acc.pdf>
2015 Journal Article Westcott, R. People and their animals in emergencies: snapshots from past emergency events. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Handmer, J. & Towers, B. Progress made with public awareness-raising activities aimed at building both rural and urban disaster resilience. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Journal Article Smith, D., Henderson, D. & Terza, L. M. Modelling cyclone loss mitigation using claims analysis. (2015).
2015 Journal Article Trigg, J., Smith, B. P. & Thompson, K. Does emotional closeness to pets motivate their inclusion in bushfire survival plans? Implications for emergency communicators. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 30, (2015).
2015 Report Henderson, D. Improving the Resilience of Existing Housing to Severe Wind Events Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Taylor, M. Managing Animals in Disasters: Improving Preparedness, Response and Resilience Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Pannell, D. J. Economics of natural hazards annual project report 2014. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2015).
2015 Report Rajabifard, A. Pre-Disaster Multi-Hazard and Economic Loss Estimation Model Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Maqsood, T., Wehner, M., Edwards, M. & Dale, K. Cost-Effective Mitigation Strategy Development for Flood Prone Buildings Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Brown, D. How do residents in bushfire prone areas view the risk of their local area and homes?. (2015).
2015 Report Tippett, V. Building Resilient Communities: Effective Multi-Channel Communication in Disasters Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Whittaker, J., Handmer, J. & McLennan, B. J. Informal Volunteerism in Emergencies and Disasters: A Literature Review. (2015).
2015 Report Bearman, C., Brooks, B. & Owen, C. Practical Decision Tools for Improved Decision-Making in Complex Situations Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Ronan, K. & Towers, B. Child-Centred Disaster Risk Reduction Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Jones, M. Improving the Retention and Engagement of Volunteers in Emergency Service Agencies Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report van Dijk, A. Mapping Bushfire Hazard and Impacts Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Dharssi, I. Mitigating the Effects of Severe Fires, Floods and Heatwaves Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Russell-Smith, J. Scoping Remote North Australian Community Resilience Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Nadimpalli, K. Natural Hazards Exposure Information Modelling Framework Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Griffith, M. Cost-Effective Mitigation Strategy Development for Building Related Earthquake Risk Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Jones, S. Disaster Landscape Attribution: Fire Surveillance and Hazard Mapping, Data Scaling and Validation Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Pauwels, V. Improving Flood Forecast Skill Using Remote Sensing Data Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Newman, J., Maier, H., van Delden, H., Zecchin, A. & Dandy, G. Natural Hazard Mitigation Decision Support System Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Thorpe, G. Fire Spread Across Fuel Types Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Barnes, P. Capability Needs for Emergency and Disaster Management Organisations Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Young, C. & Jones, R. Mapping and Understanding Bushfire and Natural Hazard Vulnerability and Risks at the Institutional Scale Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report McNeill, I. & Boldero, J. Improving the Role of Hazard Communications in Increasing Residents' Preparedness and Response Planning Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report van den Honert, R. An Analysis of Human Fatalities and Building Losses from Natural Disasters Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Bell, T. Optimisation of Fuel Reduction Burning Regimes for Fuel Reduction Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Russell-Smith, J. Building Resilient Remote Communities in Northern Australia Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Morley, P. & Parsons, M. The Australian Natural Disaster Resilience Index Annual Report 2014. (2015).
2015 Report Neale, T. & Weir, J. Scientific Uncertainty and Risk Mitigation Policy and Planning Annual Report 2014. (2015).

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