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emergency management

Emergency management is the discipline of dealing with and avoiding both natural and manmade disasters. It involves preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters.

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Decision making, team monitoring and organisational performance: Part One Executive Summary Biblio PDF icon save (938.06 KB) decision making, emergency management, scenario analysis
A comparison of the discrete cosine and wavelet transforms for hydrologic model input data reduction Biblio emergency management, flood
Organisational socialisation of volunteers in an emergency services agency Biblio PDF icon save (564.04 KB) emergency management, recruitment, volunteering
Optimising emergency services resourcing: informing SAFECOM's capability planning Project capability, communication, emergency management
Improved predictions of extreme sea levels around Australia Biblio PDF icon save (3.75 MB) emergency management, risk management, storm surge
How emergency services organisations can – and do – utilise research Biblio communication, decision making, emergency management
The value of disaster research Project economics, emergency management
Decision making, team monitoring and organisational learning in emergency management: annual project report 2017-18 Biblio PDF icon save (863.67 KB) decision making, emergency management
Describing adaptation tipping points in coastal flood risk management Biblio emergency management, flood, forecasting
A Review of Volunteered Geographic Information for Disaster Management Biblio communication, emergency management, volunteering
Flood vulnerability functions: detailed vs generalised approach Biblio PDF icon save (1.65 MB) emergency management, flood, modelling
Building adaptive capacities for disaster resilience: what role for government? Biblio PDF icon save (490.2 KB) emergency management, governance, policy
Emergency management and policy: research impact and utilisation Biblio PDF icon save (397.64 KB) emergency management, governance, policy
Sleep in wildland firefighters: what do we know and why does it matter? Biblio emergency management, fire impacts, fire severity
Reducing bushfire risk to vulnerable community members through health and community services agencies – business continuity approach Biblio PDF icon save (687.64 KB) communities, emergency management, fire
Self-evacuation archetypes in Australian bushfire Biblio emergency management, fire, fire impacts
Risks assessments of non-compliant materials on buildings Project emergency management, risk analysis, risk management
Using realistic disaster scenario analysis to understand natural hazard impacts and emergency management requirements Project File save (0 bytes) emergency management, modelling, scenario analysis
Analysis of design standards and applied loads on road structures under extreme events Biblio PDF icon save (3.42 MB) emergency management, engineering
Beyond Binary: (Re)Defining “Gender” for 21st Century Disaster Risk Reduction Research, Policy, and Practice Biblio PDF icon save (766.4 KB) communities, diversity and inclusion, emergency management
Acknowledging local sociality in disaster recovery: a longitudinal, qualitative study Biblio PDF icon save (4.93 MB) communities, emergency management, multi-hazard
Activation of community fire units in the Blue Mountains during the October 2013 bushfires Project capability, communication, emergency management
Expanding protection motivation theory: investigating an application to animal owners and emergency responders in bushfire emergencies Biblio animals, emergency management
Disaster Resilient Communities: Engagement with Spontaneous Volunteer Groups Biblio PDF icon save (1.05 MB) communities, emergency management, volunteering
Sleep and stress in on-call fire and emergency service workers Project emergency management
When policy, politics and emergency management collide: managing coordination in crises Biblio PDF icon save (307.28 KB) emergency management, governance, policy
Wind load fluctuations on roof batten to rafter/truss connections Biblio emergency management, engineering, multi-hazard
Optimising post-disaster recovery interventions in Australia: annual project report 2018-19 Biblio PDF icon save (790.52 KB) emergency management, optimisation, risk management
A systematic approach to embedding safety, well-being and risk management when responding to interstate and international deployments Biblio PDF icon save (897.65 KB) emergency management, multi-hazard
Do disasters predict international pharmacy legislation? Biblio emergency management, governance, response
Rhetoric or reality: Coordination in a time of crisis Biblio PDF icon save (307.35 KB) decision making, emergency management, governance
Australian householders’ psychological preparedness for potential natural hazard threats: An exploration of contributing factors Biblio communities, emergency management, fire
We have not lived long enough: Sensemaking and learning from bushfire in Australia Biblio emergency management, governance, policy
Seismic assessment of reinforced concrete walls in Australia Biblio earthquake, emergency management, resilience
Breakdowns in coordinated decision making at and above the incident management team level: An analysis of three large scale Australian wildfires Biblio decision making, emergency management
Improving volunteer recruitment and retention: Annual project report 2015-2016 Biblio PDF icon save (1.46 MB) emergency management, recruitment, volunteering
Using realistic disaster scenario analysis to understand natural hazard impacts and emergency management requirements: annual project report 2016-17 Biblio PDF icon save (824.12 KB) emergency management, multi-hazard, scenario analysis
The potential role of the commonwealth in responding to catastrophic disasters Biblio PDF icon save (6.84 MB) emergency management, risk analysis
A fuel moisture content and flammability monitoring methodology for continental Australia based on optical remote sensing Biblio emergency management, fire, savanna grasslands
Investigating the effects of soil moisture, temperature and preciptiation extremes on fire risk and intensity in Australia Biblio PDF icon save (43.2 MB) emergency management, fire severity, soil moisture

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