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International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

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  • 国际标准刊号:ISSN 2095-0055
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2022年

Simulation-Based and Risk-Informed Assessment of the Effectiveness of Tsunami Evacuation Routes Using Agent-Based Modeling: A Case Study of Seaside, Oregon Zhenqiang Wang;Gaofeng Jia (66-86)

Development of a Method for Assessing Country-Based Flood Risk at the Global Scale Yoshiyuki Imamura (87-99)

When It Strikes, Are We Ready? Lessons Identified at the 7th Planetary Defense Conference in Preparing for a Near-Earth Object Impact Scenario Shirish Ravan;Romana Kofler;Tom De Groeve;Lara Mani;Einar Bjorgo等 (151-159)

Attentiveness to Early Warning Drought Information: Implications for Policy Support and Climate Risk Reduction in Ghana Peter Dok Tindan;Divine Odame Appiah;Alexander Yao Segbefia (25-37)

Challenges Associated with Creeping Disasters in Disaster Risk Science and Practice: Considering Disaster Onset Dynamics Reidar Staupe-Delgado;Olivier Rubin (1-11)

Enhancing Coordination for Effective Management of Oil Spill Pollution in South Africa Phindile Tiyiselani Zanele Sab;Dewald van Niekerk;Livhuwani David Nemakonde (12-24)

(In)visibilities About the Vulnerabilities of People with Visual Impairments to Disasters and Climate Change: A Case Study in Cuiabá, Brazil Giselly Gomes;Victor Marchezini;Michèle Sato (38-51)

A Probabilistic Approach to the Evaluation of Seismic Resilience in Road Asset Management Vittorio Nicolosi;Maria Augeri;Mauro D’Apuzzo;Azzurra Evangelisti;Daniela Santilli (114-124)

Optimized Hot Spot and Directional Distribution Analyses Characterize the Spatiotemporal Variation of Large Wildfires in Washington, USA, 1970−2020 Kevin Zerbe;Chris Polit;Stacey McClain;Tim Cook (139-150)

Effects of Risk Perception on Disaster Preparedness Toward Typhoons: An Application of the Extended Theory of Planned Behavior Sai Leung Ng (100-113)

Examining the Factors that Influence the Use of Social Media for Disaster Management by Underserved Communities Thiagarajan Ramakrishnan;Louis Ngamassi;Shahedur Rahman (52-65)

Experimental Evidence for Coverage Preferences in Flood Insurance J. Connor Darlington;Niko Yiannakoulias (178-189)

A Building Classification System for Multi-hazard Risk Assessment Vitor Silva;Svetlana Brzev;Charles Scawthorn;Catalina Yepes;Jamal Dabbeek等 (161-177)

Dealing with Multisource Information for Estuarine Flood Risk Appraisal in Two Western European Coastal Areas Ana Rodrigues Rilo;Alexandre Manuel de Oliveira S;Paula Maria dos Santos Freire;José Luis Zêzere (199-213)

Resilience in Agriculture: Communication and Energy Infrastructure Dependencies of German Farmers Franz Kuntke;Sebastian Linsner;Enno Steinbrink;Jonas Franken;Christian Reuter (214-229)

How Participatory is Participatory Flood Risk Mapping? Voices from the Flood Prone Dharavi Slum in Mumbai Subhajyoti Samaddar;Ha Si;Xinyu Jiang;Junho Choi;Hirokazu Tatano (230-248)

Carbon Emission Risk and Governance Lu Jiang;Xiaokang Hu;Gangfeng Zhang;Yanqiang Chen;Honglin Zhong等 (249-260)

Insights on Chemical and Natech Risk Management in Japan and South Korea: A Review of Current Practices Hyejeong Park;Ana Maria Cruz (359-371)

Measuring Resilience in the Assumed City Wesley Cheek;Ksenia Chmutina (317-329)

The Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on Iranian Oil and Gas Industry Planning: A Survey of Business Continuity Challenges Seyyed Abdollah Razavi;Ali Asgary;Marjan Khaleghi (391-400)

Rapid Evaluation and Response to Impacts on Critical End-Use Loads Following Natural Hazard-Driven Power Outages: A Modular and Responsive Geospatial Technology Patrick D. Royer;Wei Du;Kevin Schneider (415-434)

Multistate Models for the Recovery Process in the Covid-19 Context: An Empirical Study of Chinese Enterprises Lijiao Yang;Yu Chen;Xinyu Jiang;Hirokazu Tatano (401-414)

Appetite for Natech Risk Information in Japan: Understanding Citizens’ Communicative Behavior Towards Risk Information Disclosure Around Osaka Bay Dimitrios Tzioutzios;Jeong-Nam Kim;Ana Maria Cruz (372-390)

Simulation Performance Evaluation and Uncertainty Analysis on a Coupled Inundation Model Combining SWMM and WCA2D Zhaoyang Zeng;Zhaoli Wang;Chengguang Lai (448-464)

A Proposed Methodological Approach for Considering Community Resilience in Technology Development and Disaster Management Pilot Testing Ioannis Benekos;Evangelos Bekiaris;Katarzyna Wodniak;Waleed Serhan;Łukasz Sułkowski (342-357)

On Effective Campus Attack Response: Insights from Agent-Based Simulation for Improving Emergency Information Sharing System Design and Response Strategy Steven Beattie;Jing Yang Sunny Xi;Wai Kin Victor Chan (435-447)

Disaster Risk Resilience: Conceptual Evolution, Key Issues, and Opportunities Marie-Hélène Graveline;Daniel Germain (330-341)

Extreme Wind Variability and Wind Map Development in Western Java, Indonesia Muhammad Rais Abdillah;Prasanti Widyasih Sarli;Hafidz Rizky Firmansyah;Anjar Dimara Sakti;Faiz Rohman Fajary (465-480)

Correction to: A Proposed Methodological Approach for Considering Community Resilience in Technology Development and Disaster Management Pilot Testing Ioannis Benekos;Evangelos Bekiaris;Katarzyna Wodniak;Waleed Serhan;Łukasz Sułkowski (358-358)

Using Multidisciplinary Analysis to Develop Adaptation Options against Extreme Coastal Floods Xinmeng Shan;Jun Wang;Jiahong Wen;Hengzhi Hu;Lei Wang (577-591)

Organizational Changes Needed in Disasters and Public Health Emergencies: A Qualitative Study among Managers at a Major Hospital Ingela Wennman;Catharina Jacobson;Eric Carlström;Anders Hyltander;Amir Khorram-Manesh (481-494)

Impact of Crisis Communication Strategies on People’s Attitudes toward Behavioral Guidelines Regarding COVID-19 and on Their Trust in Local Officials Gerrit Hirschfeld;Meinald T. Thielsch (495-506)

Disaster Journalism in Print Media: Analysis of the Top 10 Hydrogeomorphological Disaster Events in Portugal, 1865–2015 Michele Nacif Antunes;Susana da Silva Pereira;José Luis Zêzere;Adauto Emmerich Oliveira (521-535)

The Influence of Knowledge, Trust, and Perceived Risk on Firefighters’ Preparedness and Willingness to Respond to Nuclear Emergencies: The Case of South Korea Jongan Choi;Sangkyu Lee;HaeYoun Choi (536-548)

Status and Social Capital: A Cross-Sectional Quantitative Investigation of Flood Survivors in South Punjab, Pakistan Muhammad Siddique Akbar;Muhammad Rizwan Safdar;Farhan Navid Yousaf;Daniel P. Aldrich (549-560)

Impact of Tropical Cyclone Avoidance on Fishing Vessel Activity over Coastal China Based on Automatic Identification System Data during 2013–2018 Weihua Fang;Cunmin Guo;Yinan Han;Rongfa Qing (561-576)

Amplification of Flood Risks by the Compound Effects of Precipitation and Storm Tides Under the Nonstationary Scenario in the Coastal City of Haikou, China Hongshi Xu;Xi Zhang;Xinjian Guan;Tianye Wang;Chao Ma (602-620)

Extreme Weather Loss and Damage Estimation Using a Hybrid Simulation Technique Charles Doktycz;Mark Abkowitz;Hiba Baroud (592-601)

Emergence and Development of Health Risk Communication Networks Among Street-Level Health Bureaucrats During the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis in Myanmar Thein Myomin;Seunghoo Lim (507-520)

Territorial Resilience Through Visibility Analysis for Immediate Detection of Wildfires Integrating Fire Susceptibility, Geographical Features, and Optimization Methods Stavros Sakellariou;George Sfoungaris;Olga Christopoulou (621-635)

Quick Responses of Canadian Social Scientists to COVID-19: A Case Study of the 2020 Federal COVID-19-Specific Grant Recipients Haorui Wu;Adele Mansour (636-649)