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Communication is the transfer of information through various verbal and written mediums between people or agencies.

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Into the firing line: civilian ingress during the 2013 “Red October” bushfires, Australia Biblio communication, communities, warnings
A formative evaluation of the Triple Zero Kids’ Challenge Teacher’s Guide Biblio child-centred, communication, emergency management
Effective Communication of Household Wildfire Risk through WebGIS: Considerations in Content, Representation and Design Project communication, communities, fire
A Review of Volunteered Geographic Information for Disaster Management Biblio communication, emergency management, volunteering
Towards personalised public warnings: harnessing technological advancements to promote better individual decision-making in the face of disasters Biblio communication, decision making, warnings
Preparing for the big one: Disaster risk reduction for morbid obesity Project communication, risk management
Building resilient communities - effective multi-channel communication in disasters: Annual project report 2015-2016 Biblio PDF icon save (1.15 MB) communication, communities, resilience
Optimising emergency services resourcing: informing SAFECOM's capability planning Project capability, communication, emergency management
“Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Defining the Preparatory Conditions in Support of Active Defence for Different Fire Danger Ratings Biblio communication, fire
Disaster preparedness for children and families: a critical review Biblio child-centred, communication, risk management
Too good to be true? How a remote island community developed a 100% effective risk communication strategy and what Australia can learn from it Biblio PDF icon save (424.75 KB) communication, communities, resilience
Experiences of responders in supporting animals and their owners in disasters Conference Paper 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (703.87 KB) animals, communication, risk management
Utilising grassroots engagement to drive cultural change Biblio PDF icon save (1.21 MB) communication, diversity and inclusion
Child-centred disaster risk reduction Project File save (0 bytes), File save (0 bytes) child-centred, communication, risk management
Development and preliminary validation of the Constructive and Unconstructive Worry Questionnaire: A measure of individual differences in constructive versus unconstructive worry. Biblio communication, communities, preparedness
Does emotional closeness to pets motivate their inclusion in bushfire survival plans? Implications for emergency communicators Biblio animals, communication, planning
Evidence-based risk communication: an industry-academic research collaboration that enhanced dam release message effectiveness Biblio PDF icon save (365.96 KB) communication, communities, warnings
Managing Animals in Disasters: Improving Preparedness, Response and Resilience Annual Report 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (1.01 MB) animals, communication, risk management
Risk communications in Victoria Project communication, communities, fire
Improved predictions of severe weather to reduce community impact Project communication, fire weather, severe weather
A value and expectancy based approach to understanding residents' intended response to a wildfire threat Biblio communication, communities, preparedness
Community understanding of the tsunami risk and warnings systems in Australia: Annual project report 2014-2015 Biblio PDF icon save (735.46 KB) communication, communities, tsunami
How emergency services organisations can – and do – utilise research Biblio communication, decision making, emergency management
Improving the Role of Hazard Communications in Increasing Residents' Preparedness and Response Planning Annual Report 2014 Biblio PDF icon save (537.23 KB) communication, communities, preparedness
Interactive Hazards Education Program for Youth in a Low SES Community: A Quasi-Experimental Pilot Study Biblio child-centred, communication, risk management
Predictors of south-eastern Australian householders’ strengths of intentions to self-evacuate if a wildfire threatens: two theoretical models Biblio communication, communities, warnings

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