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Public policies to mitigate the impacts of extreme events such as hurricanes or terrorist attacks...
Scenarios are used to explore the consequences of different adaptation and mitigation strategies...
This paper introduces an analytical framework for evaluating the vulnerability of people and places...
This paper distinguishes between two types of emergency management at the local scale—municipal...
This paper explores the value of using community risk assessments (CRAs) for climate change...
Under the general rubric of sustainability, societies are now struggling with the reconciliation of...
We describe the nature of recent (50 year) rainfall variability in the summer rainfall zone, South...
Social science offers rich descriptions of relationships between wildland–urban interface residents...
These toolboxes are a compilation of resources on current issues in wilderness management.
The WiRe team implements tiered wildfire risk assessment to inform wildfire education programs. The...
This study uses high-resolution flood and loss models to quantify the impacts of coastal wetlands...
Many dimensions of wildfire risk are challenging to U.S. federal land management agencies who...
This toolkit is devoted to helping work through climate resilience concerns and providing a set of...
Coastal Resilience supports a community of practitioners around the world who are applying spatial...
Developed in Massachusetts, the StormSmart Coasts program is designed to help people working in...
The Land Use Portfolio Model (LUPM) is a tool for modeling, mapping, and communicating risk. It is...
Extreme weather, sea-level rise and degraded coastal ecosystems are placing people and property at...
For the first time, this handbook comprehensively describes various models used to study and...
This periodical covers current disaster issues; new international, national, and local disaster...
Risk-based planning can be used to assess reservoir operations under climate change, and this case...