The collection of recent books, monographs, research reports, articles, preliminary papers and visuals listed on this website have been produced by faculty and research scientists of the Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center (HRRC). Most of the publications are available from the HRRC via email in PDF form. Single copies of copyrighted material are available only for research and teaching purposes. If you would like a copy, please contact the HRRC for availability and other information.

Books and monographs
Articles and book chapters
Research reports
Preliminary Papers

Books and Monographs

Book cover of Engaged

Engaged research for community resilience to climate change

Shannon Van Zandt, Jaimie Masterson, Galen Newman, and Michelle Annette Meyer
Available from: Elsevier |  Amazon | Indiebound


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The Routledge Handbook of Urban Disaster Resilience: Integrating Mitigation, Preparedness, and Recovery Planning

Michael Lindell (Editor)
Available from: Routledge | Amazon | Bookshop | Indiebound


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Planning for community resilience: A handbook for reducing vulnerability to disasters

Jaimie Hicks Masterson, Walter Gillis Peacock, Shannon S. Van Zandt, Himanshu Grover, Lori Field Schwarz, John T. Cooper, Jr. 2014 Island Press
Available from: Island Press | Amazon


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Rising waters: the causes and consequences of flooding in the United States

Samuel D. Brody, Wesley E. Highfield and Jung Eun Kang 2011 Cambridge University Press
Available from: Cambridge University Press | Amazon


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Ecosystem Planning in Florida

Samuel David Brody 2008, ASHGATE Publishing Company
Available from: Ashgate | Amazon


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Living Conditions, Disasters, and Development

Fredrick L. Bates and Walter Gillis Peacock 2008, University of Georgia Press
Available from: University of Georgia Press |Amazon


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Introduction to Emergency Management

Michael K. Lindell, Carla Prater and Ronald W. Perry 2006, John Wiley and Sons Inc. Publishing Company
Available in paperback or hardback from: Wiley | Amazon


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Emergency Planning

Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell 2006, John wiley and Sons Inc. Publishing Company
Available in paperback or hardback from: Wiley | Amazon


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Fundamentals of Emergency Management

Michael K. Lindell, Carla S. Prater and Ronald W. Perry 2006, FEMA
Available free online: PDF


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Communicating Environmental Risk in Multiethnic Communities

Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry 2004, Sage Publications
Available from: Sage | Amazon


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Ecological Planning: A Historical and Comparative Synthesis

Forster Ndubisi 2002 Johns Hopkins Press
Available from: Johns Hopkins Press | Amazon


Book cover of Facing

Facing the Unexpected: Disaster Preparedness in the United States

Kathleen J. Tierney, Michael K. Lindell, and Ronald W. Perry 2001, Joseph Henry Press (National Academies Press)
Available from: National Academies Press | Amazon


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Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, Gender and the Sociology of Disaster (paperback)

Walter Gillis Peacock, Betty Hearn Morrow and Hugh Gladwin 2000, Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center
Order Paperback ($20) online at: Texas A&M


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Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, Gender and the Sociology of Disaster (hardback)

Walter Gillis Peacock, Betty Hearn Morrow and Hugh Gladwin 1007, Routledge
Available from: Routledge | Amazon


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Behavioral Foundations of Community Emergency Management

Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry 1992, Taylor & Francis
Available from: Amazon

Articles & Book Chapters

Peer-reviewed publications on hazard and disaster topics by HRRC core faculty are listed by year below. 

*indicates student

2021

Ali, Sajjad, Liu Ying, Adnan Nazir, Abdullah, Muhammad Ishaq, Tariq Shah, Xinyue Ye, Aasir Ilyas and Azam Tariq. 2021. “Rural Farmers Perception and Coping Strategies Towards Climate Change and Their Determinants: Evidence from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan.” Journal of Cleaner Production 291:125250. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2020.125250.

Aly, Noor A., Gaston Casillas, Yu-Syuan Luo, Thomas J. McDonald, Terry L. Wade, *Rui Zhu, Galen Newman, Dillon Lloyd, Fred A. Wright, Weihsueh A. Chiu, and Ivan Rusyn. 2021. “Environmental impacts of Hurricane Florence flooding in eastern North Carolina: temporal analysis of contaminant distribution and potential human health risks.”  Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology. doi: 10.1038/s41370-021-00325-5.

Atoba, Kayode, Galen Newman, Samuel Brody, Wesley Highfield, *Youjung Kim, and Andrew Juan. 2021. “Buy them out before they are built: evaluating the proactive acquisition of vacant land in flood-prone areas.”  Environmental Conservation:1-9. doi: 10.1017/S0376892921000059.

Breen*, Kyle and Michelle Annette Meyer.  (2021). “Staying Above Water: Educational Outcomes of College Students during the 2016 Louisiana Flood.” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters.

Fereshtehnejad, Ehsan, Ioannis Gidaris, Nathanael Rosenheim, Tori Tomiczek, Jamie E. Padgett, Daniel T. Cox, Shannon Van Zandt and Walter Gillis Peacock. 2021. “Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Coupled Natural-Physical-Social Systems: Cascading Impact of Hurricane-Induced Damages to Civil Infrastructure in Galveston, Texas.” Natural Hazards Review 22(3):04021013. doi: doi:10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000459

Gong, Xi and Xinyue Ye. 2021. “Governors Fighting Crisis: Responses to the Covid-19 Pandemic across U.S. States on Twitter.” The Professional Geographer:1-19. doi: 10.1080/00330124.2021.1895850.

Hamideh, Sara, Walter Gillis Peacock and Shannon Van Zandt. 2021. “Housing Type Matters for Pace of Recovery: Evidence from Hurricane Ike.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 57:102149. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2021.102149.

Hannibal, B., Woodruff, S., & Malecha, M. (2021). The Overlap of Collaboration and Planning Networks: A Post-Harvey Study. Journal of Planning Education and Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X21995899

Hendricks, Marccus D. and Michelle Annette Meyer. (2021). “Social Vulnerability to Technological Disaster: Housing Damage and Rebuilding Outcomes from the West, Texas Fertilizer Plant Explosion.” Journal of Planning Education and Research.  doi:10.1177/0739456X211002910Huang, Xiao, Zhenlong Li, Yuqin Jiang, Xinyue Ye, Chengbin Deng, Jiajia Zhang and Xiaoming Li. 2021. “The Characteristics of Multi-Source Mobility Datasets and How They Reveal the Luxury Nature of Social Distancing in the U.S. During the Covid-19 Pandemic.” International Journal of Digital Earth 14(4):424-42. doi: 10.1080/17538947.2021.1886358.

Lindt, John W. van de, Walter Gillis Peacock, Judith Mitrani-Reiser, Nathanael Rosenheim, Derya Deniz, Maria Dillard, Tori Tomiczek, Maria Koliou, Andrew Graettinger, P. Shane Crawford, Kenneth Harrison, Andre Barbosa, Jennifer Tobin, Jennifer Helgeson, Lori Peek,

Memari, Mehrdad, Elaina J. Sutley, Sara Hamideh, Donghwan Gu, Stephen Cauffman and Juan Fung. 2020. “Community Resilience-Focused Technical Investigation of the 2016 Lumberton, North Carolina, Flood: An Interdisciplinary Approach.” Natural Hazards Review 21(3):04020029. doi: doi:10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000387.

Malecha, Matthew L., Katie R. Kirsch, Ibraheem Karaye, Jennifer A. Horney, and Galen Newman. 2020. “Advancing the Toxics Mobility Inventory: Development and Application of a Toxics Mobility Vulnerability Index to Harris County, Texas.”  Sustainability 13 (6):282-291. doi: 10.1089/sus.2020.0067.

Newman, Galen, Matthew Malecha & Kayode Atoba (2021) Integrating ToxPi outputs with ArcGIS Dashboards to identify neighborhood threat levels of contaminant transferal during flood events, Journal of Spatial Science, DOI: 10.1080/14498596.2021.1891149

Rosenheim, Nathanael, Roberto Guidotti, Paolo Gardoni and Walter Gillis Peacock. 2019. “Integration of Detailed Household and Housing Unit Characteristic Data with Critical Infrastructure for Post-Hazard Resilience Modeling.” Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure:1-17. doi: 10.1080/23789689.2019.1681821.

Ye, X., Du, J., Gong, X., Na, S., Li, W., & Kudva, S. (2021). Geospatial and Semantic Mapping Platform for Massive COVID-19 Scientific Publication Search. Journal of Geovisualization and Spatial Analysis, 5(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41651-021-00073-y

Wang, W., van de Lindt, J. W., Cutler, H., Rosenheim, N., Koliou, M., Lee, J. S., & Calderon, D. (2021). Community resilience assessment of an EF-5 tornado using the IN-CORE modeling environment Life-Cycle Civil Engineering: Innovation, Theory and Practice (pp. 394-398): CRC Press.

Zhu, Di, Xinyue Ye and Steven Manson. 2021. “Revealing the Spatial Shifting Pattern of Covid-19 Pandemic in the United States.” Scientific Reports 11(1):8396. doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-87902-8.

Zhang, Xiaoqi, Zi-Ke Zhang, Wenbo Wang, Donglin Hou, Jiajing Xu, Xinyue Ye and Shengwen Li. 2021. “Multiplex Network Reconstruction for the Coupled Spatial Diffusion of Infodemic and Pandemic of Covid-19.” International Journal of Digital Earth 14(4):401-23. doi: 10.1080/17538947.2021.1888326.

Zhu, Rui, Newman, Galen. (2021). The projected impacts of smart decline on urban runoff contamination levels. Comput.Urban Sci. 1, 2 https://doi.org/10.1007/s43762-021-00002-1

2020

Aghababaei, M., Koliou, M., Pilkington, S., Mahmoud, H., van de Lindt, J. W., Curtis, A., … Watson, M. (2020). Validation of Time-Dependent Repair Recovery of the Building Stock Following the 2011 Joplin Tornado. Natural Hazards Review. 21(4), 04020038-04020038.

Aghababaei, M., Koliou, M., Watson, M., & Xiao, Y. u. (2020). Quantifying post-disaster business recovery through Bayesian methods. Structure and Infrastructure Engineering. 1-19.

Barbour, Joshua. B., Bierling, David. H., Sommer, Paul. A., & Trefz, Bradley. A. (2020). “Risk communication infrastructure and community resilience: does involvement in planning build cross-sector planning and response networks?” Journal of Applied Communication Research, 48(1), 91-113. doi:10.1080/00909882.2019.1704828

Chang, Stephanie E. and Brown, Charlotte and Dormady, Noah and Handmer, John and Kajitani, Yoshio and Keating, Adriana and Rose, Adam and Watson, Maria and Wein, Anne and Yamano, Norihiko, Economic Recovery: Enabling Comparative Research on COVID-19 CONVERGE COVID-19 Working Groups for Public Health and Social Science Research: Research Agenda-Setting Paper (June 22, 2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3633093 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3633093

Derakhshan, S. , Kim, J. , Watson, M. , Chang, S. , Brown, C. , Dormandy, N. , Handmer, J. , Helgeson, J. , Kajitani, Y. , Keating, A. , Noy, I. , Rose, A. , Wein, A. and Yamano, N. (2020), Annotated Bibliography of Key Publications on Business and Economic Recovery from Disasters, DesignSafe, Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI), [online], https://www.designsafe-ci.org (Accessed May 14, 2021)

Farahmand, H., Dong, S., Mostafavi, A., Berke, P., Woodruff, S., Hannibal, B., Vedlitz, A. (2020) “Institutional Congruence for Resilience Management in Interdependent Infrastructure Systems.” International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. Vol. 46.

Hu, Tao, Han Yue, Changzhen Wang, Bing She, Xinyue Ye, Regina Liu, Xinyan Zhu, Weihe Wendy Guan and Shuming Bao. 2020. “Racial Segregation, Testing Site Access, and Covid-19 Incidence Rate in Massachusetts, USA.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17(24):9528. doi: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17249528.

Jennifer A. Horney, Caroline Dwyer, Bea Vendrell-Velez & Galen Newman (2020) Validating a comprehensive plan scoring system for healthy community design in League City, Texas, Journal of Urban Design, 25:2, 203-217, DOI: 10.1080/13574809.2019.1572453

Kim, G., Newman, G., Jiang, B. (2020) “Urban Regeneration: Community Engagement Process for Vacant Land in Declining Cities.” Cities, Vol. 102*Kim, Youjung; Newman, Galen. (2020) “Advancing Scenario Planning through Integrating Urban Growth Prediction with Future Flood Risk Models.” Computers, Environment and Urban Systems. Vol. 82

*Kim, Youjung; Newman, Galen, Güneralp, Burak. 2020. “A Review of Driving Factors, Scenarios, and Topics in Urban Land Change Models” Land 9, no. 8: 246. https://doi.org/10.3390/land9080246

Li, Q., Hannibal, B., Mostafavi, A. et al. Examining of the actor collaboration networks around hazard mitigation: a hurricane harvey study. Nat Hazards 103, 3541–3562 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-020-04142-1

Li, Xiao; Dadashova, Bahar; Yu, Siyu; Zhang, Zhe. 2020. “Rethinking Highway Safety Analysis by Leveraging Crowdsourced Waze Data” Sustainability 12, no. 23: 10127. https://doi.org/10.3390/su122310127

Malecha, M., Kirsch, K., Karaye, I., Horney, J., Newman, G. (2020) “Advancing the Toxics Mobility Inventory: Development and Application of a Toxics Mobility Vulnerability Index to Harris County, Texas”. Sustainability, Vol.13, No. 6.Meerow, S., & Woodruff, S. C. (2020). 7 principles of strong climate change planning. Planning, 86(7), 11-13.

Newman, G., Kim, Y., Kim, G., Lee, R. J., Gu, D., Forghanparast, K., & Goldberg, D. (2020). A python script for longitudinally measuring the duration of vacant land uses. Journal of Spatial Science. 1-13.

Newman, G., Lee, R. J., Anyi, Q., & Chenxia, P. (2020). DESIGN FOR THE DEPOPULATING LANDSCAPE: A RETROFIT APPROACH TO URBAN REGENERATION IN JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA, USA. Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 8(6), 106+.Newman, Galen, Matthew Malecha, Siyu Yu, Zixu Qiao, Jennifer A. Horney, Jaekyung Lee, You Jung Kim, Ryun Jung Lee & Phil Berke (2020) Integrating a resilience scorecard and landscape performance tools into a Geodesign process, Landscape Research, 45:1, 63-80, DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2019.1569219

Newman, Galen; Shi, Tianqi; Yao, Zhen; Li, Dongying; Sansom, Garett; Kirsch, Katie; Casillas, Gaston; Horney, Jennifer. 2020. “Citizen Science-Informed Community Master Planning: Land Use and Built Environment Changes to Increase Flood Resilience and Decrease Contaminant Exposure” Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 17, no. 2: 486. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph17020486

Noh, Y., Newman, G., & Lee, R. J. (2020). Urban decline and residential preference: The effect of vacant lots on housing premiums. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/2399808320933906

Purdum, J. Carlee and Michelle Meyer. (2020). “Prison Labor throughout the Life Cycle of Disasters.” Risk, Hazards, and Crisis in Public Policy. 11(3): 296-319.

Sierra C Woodruff , Megan Mullin & *Malini Roy (2020) Is coastal adaptation a public good? The financing implications of good characteristics in coastal adaptation, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 63:12, 2082-2101, DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2019.1703656

Siyu Yu, A. D. Brand & Philip Berke (2020) Making Room for the River, Journal of the American Planning Association, 86:4, 417-430, DOI: 10.1080/01944363.2020.1752776

Van Zandt, S., Jourdan, D., Lee, C., Li, W., & Newman, G. (2020). Publishing in the Time of COVID-19. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 40(4), 370–371. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X20960224

Villarreal*, Melissa and Michelle Meyer. (2020). “Women’s Experiences in Natural and Technological       Disasters in Texas.” Disasters 44(2): 285-306.

Watson, M., Xiao, Y. u., Helgeson, J., & Dillard, M. (2020). Importance of Households in Business Disaster Recovery. Natural Hazards Review. 21(4), 05020008-05020008.W. P. Pauw, L. Kempa, U. Moslener, C. Grüning, C. Çevik. (2021) A focus on market imperfections can help governments to mobilize private investments in adaptation. Climate and Development 0:0, pages 1-7.

Woodruff, S., Tran, T., Lee, J., Wilkins, C., Newman, G., Ndubisi, F., & Van Zandt, S. (2020). Green infrastructure in comprehensive plans in coastal Texas. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. 1-21.

Zhang, Xiaoqi, Zheng Ji, Yanqiao Zheng, Xinyue Ye and Dong Li. 2020. “Evaluating the Effect of City Lock-Down on Controlling Covid-19 Propagation through Deep Learning and Network Science Models.” Cities 107:102869. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2020.102869.

2019

Berke, P., Yu, S., Malecha, M., & Cooper, J. (2019). Plans that Disrupt Development: Equity Policies and Social Vulnerability in Six Coastal Cities. Journal of Planning Education and Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/0739456X19861144

Gharaibeh, Nasir, Isaac Oti*, Michelle Meyer, Marccus Hendricks, and Shannon Van Zandt. (2019). “Potential of Citizen Science for Enhancing Infrastructure Monitoring Data and Decision-Support Models for Local Communities.” Risk Analysis. https://doi.org/10.1111/risa.13256

Gu, D., Newman, G., Kim, J., Park, Y., & Lee, J. (2019). Neighborhood decline and mixed land uses: Mitigating housing abandonment in shrinking cities. Land Use Policy. 83, 505-511.

Hendricks, M., Newman, F., Yu, S., Horney, J. (2019) “Leveling the Landscape: Landscape Performance as a Green Infrastructure Evaluation Tool for Service-Learning Products” Landscape Journal Vol. 37 No. 2 19-39.

Horney, J. A., Dwyer, C., Vendrell-Velez, B., & Newman, G. (2019). Validating a comprehensive plan scoring system for healthy community design in League City, Texas. Journal of Urban Design. 25(2), 1-15.

Karaye, I., Stone, K.W., Casillas, G.A., Newman, G., Horney, J. A Spatial Analysis of Possible Environmental Exposures in Recreational Areas Impacted by Hurricane Harvey Flooding, Harris County, Texas. Environmental Management 64, 381–390 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-019-01204-4

*Kim, Y., & Newman, G. (2019). Climate Change Preparedness: Comparing Future Urban Growth and Flood Risk in Amsterdam and Houston. SUSTAINABILITY. 11(4), 1048-1048.

*Kim, Youjung; Newman, Galen. 2019. “Climate Change Preparedness: Comparing Future Urban Growth and Flood Risk in Amsterdam and Houston” Sustainability 11, no. 4: 1048. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11041048

Lee, R. J., & Newman, G. (2019). A classification scheme for vacant urban lands: integrating duration, land characteristics, and survival rates. Journal of Land Use Science. 14(4-6), 1-14.

Li, D., Zhai, Y., Xiao, Y., Newman, G., & Wang, D. e. (2019). Subtypes of Park Use and Self-Reported Psychological Benefits Among Older Adults: A Multilevel Latent Class Analysis Approach.. LANDSCAPE AND URBAN PLANNING. 190, 103605-103605.Masterson, Jaimie Hicks, Michelle Meyer, Galen Newman, Marccus Hendricks, Garett Sansom, Jen Horney, Shannon Van Zandt. (2019). “Interdisciplinary Citizen Science and Design Projects for Hazard and Disaster Education” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 37(1): 6-24.

Meyer, Michelle A., J. Carlee Purdum*, Kyle Breen*, John Aggrey*, Danequa Forrest*, Cristian Nunez*, and Walter Gillis Peacock. (2019). “Perspectives from Nongovernmental Organizations on Education and Training Needs for Community Disaster Recovery.” Journal of Emergency Management 17(3): 225-238.

Newman, G., Dongying, L., Rui, Z., & Dingding, R. (2019). Resilience through Regeneration: The economics of repurposing vacant land with green infrastructure. Landscape architecture frontiers, 6(6), 10–23. https://doi.org/10.15302/J-LAF-20180602

Newman, G., Lee, R. J., Gu, D., Park, Y., Saginor, J., Van Zandt, S., & Li, W. (2019). Evaluating drivers of housing vacancy: a longitudinal analysis of large U.S. cities from 1960 to 2010. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. 34(3), 807-827.Oti, Isaac*, Nasir Gharaibeh, Marccus Hendricks, Michelle Meyer, Jaimie Masterson, Shannon Van Zandt, Jennifer Horney, Philip Berke. (2019). “Validity and Reliability of Drainage Infrastructure Monitoring Data Obtained from Citizen Scientists.” Journal of Infrastructure Systems 25(3): 04019018.

Purdum, J. Carlee. 2019. “Chapter 7 – Hazardous or Vulnerable? Prisoners and Emergency Planning in the U.S.” Pp. 179-209 in Emerging Voices in Natural Hazards Research, edited by F. I. Rivera: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Ryun Jung Lee, Galen Newman. (2021) The relationship between vacant properties and neighborhood gentrification. Land Use Policy 101, pages 105185.

*Tao, Z., Newman, G., Arnold, M., Li, M. H., & Kim, J. H. (2019). The Living Green Infrastructure Lab: Advancing Interdisciplinary Teaching and Experiential Learning in Landscape Architecture Pedagogy. Landscape research record, 8, 75–86.

Xiao, Yu and Maria Watson. (2019). Guidance on Conducting a Systematic Literature Review. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 39(1), 93-112.

Watson, M., Thornton, P. H., & Xiao, Y. u. (2019). Time Will Tell: Sequencing Institutional Logics to Aid Business Recovery after Natural Disasters. Academy of Management Proceedings. 2019(1), 11188-11188.Woodruff, S.C., Regan, P. Quality of national adaptation plans and opportunities for improvement. Mitig Adapt Strateg Glob Change 24, 53–71 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11027-018-9794-z

Zou, Lei, Nina S. N. Lam, Shayan Shams, Heng Cai, Michelle Meyer, Seungwon Yang, Kisung Lee, Seung-Jong Park, and Margaret Reams. (2019). “Social and Geographic Disparities in Twitter use during Hurricane Harvey.” International Journal of Digital Earth (Online only). https://doi.org/10.1080/17538947.2018.1545878

2018

Philip R. Berke, Matthew L. Malecha*, Siyu Yu*, Jaekyung Lee* & Jaimie H. Masterson (2019) Plan integration for resilience scorecard: evaluating networks of plans in six US coastal cities, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 62:5, 901-920, DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2018.1453354

Doyle, E. E. H., McClure, J., Potter, S. H., Becker, J. S., Johnston, D. M., Lindell, M. K., . . . Coomer, M. A. (2018). Motivations to prepare after the 2013 Cook Strait Earthquake, N.Z. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 31, 637-649. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2018.07.008

Hendricks, Marccus, Michelle Meyer, Nasir Gharaibeh, Shannon Van Zandt, Jaimie Masterson, John Cooper, Jennifer Horney, Phil Berke. 2018. “The Development of a Participatory Infrastructure Assessment Tool towards Sustainable and Resilient Communities.” Sustainable Cities and Society. 38: 265-274.Jon, I., Huang, S-K., & Lindell, M.K. (2018). Perceptions and reactions to tornado warning polygons: Would a gradient polygon be useful? International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 30, 132-144. DOI: 10.1016/j.idrr.2018.01.035.

Lyles, Ward, Philip Berke, KH Overstreet. 2018. Where to Begin Municipal Climate Adaptation Planning? Evaluating Two Early Choices, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 61(11). DOI 10.1080/09640568.2017.1379958   ***Featured article in Harvard Business Review, Nov. 9, 2017

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Malecha, Matthew*, Nikki Brand and Philip Berke. 2018. Spatially Evaluating a Network of Plans and Flood Vulnerability Using a Plan Integration for Resilience Scorecard: A Case Study in Feijenoord District, Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Land Use Policy 78: 147-157.

Meyer, Michelle A. 2018. “Social Capital in Disaster Research.” In: Handbook of Disaster Research, Edited by Havidan Rodriquez, Joseph Trainor, William Donner.

Munoz, Leslie*, Francisco Olivera, Mathew Giglio, Philip Berke. 2018. The Impact of Urbanization on the Streamflows and the Floodplain Extent of the Sims Bayou in Houston, Texas, The International Journal of River Basin Management 16(1): 61-69. DOI 10.1080/15715124.2017.1372447

Peacock W.G., Dash N., Zhang Y., Van Zandt S. 2018. Post-Disaster Sheltering, Temporary Housing and Permanent Housing Recovery. In: Rodríguez H., Donner W., Trainor J. (eds) Handbook of Disaster Research. Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research. Springer, Cham

Rosenheim N, Grabich SC, Horney JA. Disaster impacts on cost and utilization of Medicare. BMC Health Services Research. doi: 10.1186/s12913-018-2900-9

Shafiee, M.E., Berglund, E.Z. & Lindell, M.K. (2018). An agent-based modeling framework for assessing the public health protection of water advisories. Water Resources Management, 32, 2033-2059.

Wei, H-L., Lindell, M.K., Prater, C.S., Wang, F., Wei, J-C. & Ge, Y. (2018). Perceived stakeholder characteristics and protective action for influenza emergencies: A comparative study of respondents in the United States and China. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 36, 52-70.

Woodruff, Sierra C. 2018. City membership in climate change adaptation networks. Environmental Science and Policy 84: 60-68.

Woodruff, Sierra C. and Patrick Regan. 2018. Quality of National Adaptation Plans and opportunities for improvement. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change: 1-19.Woodruff, Sierra C., Kristen Vitro, Todd BenDor. 2018. GIS and coastal vulnerability to climate change. In: Huang, B. (Ed.) Comprehensive geographic information systems. Vol.2 pp. 236-357. Oxford: Elsevier.

2017

Brody, S.D., Highfield, W.E., Wilson, M., Lindell, M.K. & Blessing, R. (2017). Understanding the motivations of coastal residents to voluntarily purchase federal flood insurance. Journal of Risk Research, 20, 760-775. DOI:10.1080/13669877.2015.1119179.

Cova, T.J., Dennison, P.E., Li, D., Drews, F.A., Siebeneck, L.K., & Lindell, M.K. (2017). Warning triggers in environmental hazards: Who should be warned to do what and when? Risk Analysis, 37, 601-611. DOI: 10.1111/risa.12651.

Filippova, Olga and Yu Xiao, 2017, “Economic Effects of Regulating the Seismic Strengthening of Older Buildings”, Building Research & Information. doi: 10.1080/09613218.2017.1357318.

Hamideh*, S., W.G. Peacock, and S. Van Zandt. 2018. Housing Recovery After Disasters: Primary Versus Seasonal/Vacation Housing Markets in Coastal Communities. Natural Hazards Review 19(2).

Horney, Jen, Caroline Dwyer, Meg Aminto, Philip Berke, and Gavin Smith. 2017. Developing Indicators to Measure Post-disaster Community Recovery in the U.S. Disasters 49: 14-149. DOI: 10.1111/disa.12190

Horney, Jen, Matt Simon, Kristen Ricchetti-Masterson, Philip Berke. 2017. Resident Perception of Disaster Recovery Planning Priorities, International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment 7(4): 330-343. DOI 10.1108/IJDRBE-09-2014-0068

Huang, S-K., Lindell, M.K., Wei, H-L. & Samuelson, C.D. (2017). Perceptions, behavioral expectations, and implementation timing for response actions in a hurricane emergency. Natural Hazards, 88(1), 533-558. DOI 10.1007/s11069-017-2877-4.

Lindell, M.K., Brody, S.D. & Highfield, W.E. (2017). Financing housing recovery through hazard insurance: The case of the National Flood Insurance Program. In A. Sapat and A-M Esnard. Coming Home After Disaster: Multiple Dimensions of Housing Recovery (pp. 50-65). Boca Raton FL: CRC Press.

Lindell, M.K. (2017). Communicating imminent risk. In H. Rodríguez, J. Trainor, and W. Donner (eds.) Handbook of Disaster Research (pp. 449-477). New York: Springer.

Lindell, M.K., Huang, S-K & Prater, C.S. (2017). Predicting residents’ responses to the May 1-4, 2010, Boston water contamination incident. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 35, 84-113.

Lindell, M.K., Mumpower, J.L., Huang, S-K., Wu, H-C. & Samuelson, C.D. (2017). Perceptions of protective actions for a water contamination emergency. Journal of Risk Research, 20, 887-908. DOI:10.1080/13669877.2015.1121906

Maghelal, P., Li, X. and Peacock, W. G. (2017). Highway Congestion during evacuation: examining the household’s choice of number of vehicles to evacuate. Natural Hazards. 87:1399-1411. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-017-2823-5

Maghelal, P., Peacock, W.G., and Li, X. (2017). Evacuating Together or Separately: Factors Influencing Split Evacuations Prior to Hurricane Rita. Nat. Hazards Rev. 18(2), https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000226

*Reja, M.Y., Brody, S., Highfield, W., & Newman, G. (2017) “Hurricane Recovery and Ecological Resilience: Measuring the Impacts of Wetland Alteration Post Hurricane Ike on the Upper TX Coast.” Journal of Environmental Management, 60(6): 1116-1126. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-017-0943-z. URL: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00267-017-0943-z

Sansom, Garett, Juan Parras, Anna Parras, Yudith Nieto, Philip Berke. 2017. The Impacts of Exposure to Environmental Risk in a Small Geographic Community in Houston, Texas, Journal of Community Health 42(4): 813-818: DOI: 10.1007/s10900-017-0322-y

Song, Yan, Chaosu Li, Robert Olshansky, Yang Zhang, and Yu Xiao, 2017, “Are We Planning for Sustainable Disaster Recovery? Evaluating Recovery Plans after the Wenchuan Earthquake”, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. doi: 10.1080/09640568.2017.1282346.

Tai, Teresa; Lee, Jee Young; Bame, Sherry I. (2017) Longitudinal Patterns of Unmet Needs

during Texas Floods, May-June 2015: 2-1-1 Disaster-Related Calls for Housing, Utilities, Food, and Medical Care. Disaster Prevention and Management. 26(5), 611-628.

Tai, TT; Lee JY; Bame SI. (2017) Longitudinal Patterns of Community Unmet Basic Needs

during Texas Floods, May-June, 2015: A Study of 2-1-1 Disaster-Related Calls for Housing, Utilities, Food, and Medical Care. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 26(5), 611-628.

Wei, H-L. & Lindell, M.K. (2017). Washington households’ expected responses to lahar threat from Mt. Rainier. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 22, 77-94. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2016.10.014

Wei, H-L., Wu, H-C., Lindell, M.K., Huang, S-K., Shiroshita, H., Johnston, D.M. & Becker, J.S. (2017). Assessment of households’ responses to the tsunami threat: A comparative study of Japan and New Zealand. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 25, 274-282. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2017.09.011

Xiao, Yu and Walter Gillis Peacock, 2017, “Do Hazard Mitigation and Preparedness Reduce Physical Damage to Businesses in Disasters: The Critical Role of Business Disaster Planning”, Risk, Disaster & Crisis(风险灾害危机研究), 2017 (1):165-184 (In Chinese).

2016

Berke, Philip and Mark Stevens. 2016. Land Use Planning for Climate Adaptation: Theory and Practice, Journal of Planning Education and Research 36(3): 283–289.

Brody, S. D., Highfield, W. E.,*Wilson, M., Lindell, M., *Blessing, R. (2016). Understanding the motivations of coastal residents to voluntarily purchase federal flood insurance. Journal of Risk Research, 1-16.

*Ge, Y. & Lindell, M.K. (2016). County planners’ perceptions of land use planning tools for environmental hazard mitigation: A survey in the U.S. Pacific states. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 43, 716-736. DOI: 10.1177/0265813515594810

Horney Jen, Mai Nguyen, David Salvesen, Caroline Dwyer, Philip Berke. 2016. Assessing the Quality of Rural Hazard Mitigation Plans in the Southeastern U.S., Journal of Planning Education and Research 37(1): 56-66.

Horney Jen, Mai Nguyen, David Salvesen, Olivia Tomasco, Philip Berke. 2016. Engaging the Public in Planning for Disaster Recovery, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 17:33-37.

Horney JA, Grabich SC, Rosenheim N. 2016. Quantifying the health impacts of disasters on Medicare beneficiaries. Health Systems and Policy Research. doi: 10.21767/2254-9137.100039

*Huang, S-K., Lindell, M.K. & Prater, C.S. (2016). Who leaves and who stays? A review and statistical meta-analysis of hurricane evacuation studies. Environment and Behavior, 48, 991-1029. DOI: 10.1177/0013916515578485.

*Huang, S-K, Lindell, M.K. & Prater, C.S. (2016). Toward a multi-stage model of hurricane evacuation decision: An empirical study of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Natural Hazards Review, 18(3), 05016008 1-15. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)NH.1527-6996.0000237.

Jon, I., Lindell, M.K., Prater, C.S., Huang, S-K., Wu, H-C., Johnston, D.M., Becker, J.S., Shiroshita, H., Doyle, E.E.H., Potter, S.H., McClure, J., & Lambie, E. (2016). Behavioral response in the immediate aftermath of shaking: Earthquakes in Christchurch and Wellington, New Zealand, and Hitachi, Japan. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13, 1137.

Kashem*, S.B., B. Wilson, and S. Van Zandt. 2016. Planning for climate adaptation: Evaluating the changing patterns of social vulnerability and adaptation challenges in three coastal cities.  Journal of Planning Education & Research 36(3):304-18.

Lambie, E., Wilson, T.M., Johnston, D.M., Jensen, S., Brogt, E., Doyle, E.E.H., Lindell, M.K. & Helton, W.S. (2016). Human behaviour during and immediately following earthquake shaking: Developing a methodological approach for analyzing video footage. Natural Hazards, 80, 249-283. DOI:10.1007/s11069-015-1967-4

Lindell, M.K., Huang, S-K., Wei, H-L. & Samuelson, C.D. (2016). Perceptions and expected immediate reactions to tornado warning polygons. Natural Hazards, 80, 683-707. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-015-1990-5.

Lindell, M.K., Prater, C.S., *Wu, H-C., *Huang, S-K., Johnston, D.M., Becker, J.S. & Shiroshita, H. (2016). Immediate behavioral responses to earthquakes in Christchurch New Zealand and Hitachi Japan. Disasters, 40, 85-111. DOI:10.1111/disa.12133.

Lindell, M.K, Brody, S.D. and Highfield, W. 2016. Financing Housing Recovery Through Hazard Insurance: The Case of the National Flood Insurance Program. In A. Sapat and A-M Esnard (Eds).Post-Disaster Housing. Boca Raton FL: CRC Press.

Lyles, Ward, Philip Berke and Gavin Smith. 2016. Local Plan Implementation: Assessing Conformance and Influence of Local Hazard Plans in the United States, Environment and Planning B 43(2): 381- 400.

Ndubisi, F. (2016) “Resilient and Regenerative Urban Places.” In Steiner, F., G. Thompson, and A. Carbonell ed. Nature and Cities. Boston: Lincoln Institute.

Newman, G. Kim, J.H., Berke, P., Merrill, J., *Wang, Y. & *Li, Q. (2016) “From Idle Grounds to Ecological Infrastructure: The Resilient Design of Manchester Neighborhood in Houston.” Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 4 (5): 68-84 URL: http://journal.hep.com.cn/laf/EN/abstract/abstract18404.shtml

Newman, G., *Guo, R., *Zhang, Y., Bardenhagen, E., & Kim, J.H. (2016). “Landscape Integration for Storm Surge Barrier Infrastructure.” Landscape Architecture Frontiers, 4 (1): 112-125. URL: http://journal.hep.com.cn/laf/EN/Y2016/V4/I1/112

Rogers, George Oliver, Eric Bardenhagn, and Paula Lorente, 2016, Limiting Disaster Assistance to Enhance Community Resilience, Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses. DOI: 10.1080/21693293.2016.1153774.

Van Zandt, S. and M. Sloan. 2016. The Texas Experience with 2008’s Hurricanes Dolly and Ike. Coming Home after Disaster: Multiple Dimensions of Housing Recovery (Sapat, A. and A.M. Esnard, Editors). New York: Routledge.

Wang, F., Wei, J-C. Huang, S-K, Lindell, M.K., Ge, Y & Wei, H-L. (2016). Public reactions to the 2013 Chinese H7N9 influenza outbreak: Perceptions of risk, stakeholders, and protective actions.  Journal of Risk Research. DOI: 10.1080/13669877.2016.1247377

Wei, J-C. Wang, F. & Lindell, M.K. (2016). The evolution of stakeholders’ perceptions of disaster: A model of information flow. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67(2), 441-453. DOI: 10.1002/asi.23386.

Zhang, Yang, William Drake, Yu Xiao, Robert Olshansky, Laurie Johnson, and Yan Song, 2016, “Disaster Recovery Planning after Two Catastrophes: The 1976 Tangshan Earthquake and the 2008 Wenchuan Earthquake”, International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 34 (2): 174-203.

Research Reports

INSPIRE Report (PDF) INtegrating Science & Practice to Improve REsilience Report. Hazard Reduction & Recovery Ceneter, Texas Division of Emergency Management 

19-01R (PDF) Research in Support of Floodplain Management Regulations Compliance of Substantially Damaged Properties. Paula Lorente, Jaimie Masterson, Phil Berke

14-05R (PDF) Actors in Disaster Cycle, Analysis of Six Recovery Plans, and Financial Sources for Post-Disaster Community Recovery. Faisal Aldalbahi, Tiffany Cousins, Kristie Franks, Nur Hamidah, Kalen Herring, Ridvan Kirimli, Ricardo Maga Rojas, Robert McCharen, William Paiz-Tabash, Ellen Phillips, Jeewasmi Thapa, Andrew Wallick, Wenqian Yan, Yixun Zhang, Maria Watson

14-04R (PDF) Vulnerability Assessment for West, TX. Yu Xiao, Faisal Aldalbahi, Tiffany Cousins, Kristie Franks, Nur Hamidah, Kalen Herring, Ridvan Kirimli, Ricardo Maga Rojas, Robert McCharen, William Paiz-Tabash, Ellen Phillips, Jeewasmi Thapa, Andrew Wallick, Wenqian Yan, Yixun Zhang, Maria Watson

14-03R (PDF) Vulnerability Assessment for Hood County, TX. Yu Xiao, Faisal Aldalbahi, Tiffany Cousins, Kristie Franks, Nur Hamidah, Kalen Herring, Ridvan Kirimli, Ricardo Maga Rojas, Robert McCharen, William Paiz-Tabash, Ellen Phillips, Jeewasmi Thapa, Andrew Wallick, Wenqian Yan, Yixun Zhang, Maria Watson

14-02R (PDF) West, Texas Disaster Recovery Year 1. Michelle Meyer, David Bierling, John Cooper, Walter Peacock, Shannon Van Zandt, Sara Hamideh, Marcus Hendricks, and Joel Mendez

14-01R (PDF) Hood County Disaster Recovery Year 1. Michelle Meyer, David Bierling, John Cooper, Walter Peacock, Shannon Van Zandt, Sara Hamideh, Marccus Hendricks, and Joel Mendez

13-01R (PDF) Behavioral Study, Valley Hurricane Evacuation Study, Willacy, Cameron, and Hidalgo Counties, Texas.  Michael K. Lindell, Yue Ge, Shih-Kai Huang, Carla S. Prater, Hao-Che Wu, HungLung Wei

12-02R (PDF) Workshop on Weather Ready Nation: Science Imperatives for Severe Thunderstorm Research. Michael K. Lindell and Harold Brooks

12-01R (PDF) Impact of Lake-Level Reductions on Lake Conroe Area: Lake Area Property Values, Property Tax Revenues and Sales Tax Revenues. George Oliver Rogers, Georgianne W. Moore, Jesse Saginor, Samuel D. Brody, Gabriel R. Burns, Theepakorn Jithitikulcha, and Travis Young

11-05R (PDF) Status and Trends of Coastal Vulnerability to Natural Hazards Project; Annual Report for Phase 4. Walter Gillis Peacock, Himanshu Grover, Douglas Wunneburger, Samuel D. Brody,Shannon Van Zandt, Rahmawati Husein, Hee Ju Kim, Forster Ndubisi, and June Martin

11-04R (PDF) The Adoption and Implementation of Hazard Mitigation Policies and Strategies by Coastal Jurisdictions in Texas: The Planning Survey Results. Walter Gillis Peacock and Rahmawati Husein

11-03R (PDF) House, D., Cox, J. & Lindell, M.K. (2011). Visualizing Uncertainty in Predicted Hurricane Tracks. College Station TX: Texas A&M University Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center

11-02R (PDF) The Status and Trends of Population Social Vulnerabilities along the Texas Coast with special attention to the Coastal Management Zone and Hurricane Ike: The Coastal Planning Atlas and Social Vulnerability Mapping Tools. Walter Gillis Peacock, Himanshu Grover, Joseph Mayunga, Shannon Van Zandt, Samuel D. Brody and Hee Ju Kim 

11-01R (PDF) Status and Trends of Coastal Vulnerability to Natural Hazards Project Annual Report for Phase 3. Walter Gillis Peacock, Samuel D. Brody, Himanshu Grover, Douglas Wunneburger, Jung Eun Kang, Rahmawati Husein, Gabriel R. Burns, Hee Ju Kim, Forster Ndubisi, and June Martin

10-05R (PDF) Perceptions and Expected Responses to a Water Contamination Emergency. Michael K. Lindell, Jeryl L. Mumpower, Carla S. Prater, Hao-Che Wu, and Shih-Kai Hwang

10-04R (PDF) Residents’ Responses to the May 1-4 2010 Boston Water Contamination Incident. Michael K. Lindell, Shih-Kai Huang, and Carla S. Prater

10-03R (PDF) Cox, J., House, D. & Lindell, M.K. (2010). DynaSearch User’s Manual. College Station TX: Texas A&M University Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center.

10-02R (PDF) Advancing the Resilience of Coastal Localities: Develping, Implementing and Sustaining the Use of Coastal Resiliency Indicators: A Final Report. 

10-01R (PDF) Status and Trends of Coastal Hazard Exposure and Mitigation Policies for the Texas Coast: The Mitigation Policy Mosaic of Coastal Texas Walter Gillis Peacock, Jung Eun Kang, Yi-Sz Lin, Himanshu Grover, Rahmawati Husein, and Gabriel R. Burns 

09-04R (PDF) Status and Trends of Coastal Vulnerability to Natural Hazards Project Annual Report for Phase 2. Walter Gillis Peacock, Samuel D. Brody, Carla Prater, Douglas Wunneburger, Forster Ndubisi, June Martin, Himanshu Grover, Jung Eun Kang, Rahmawati Husein, Gabriel R. Burns and Tommy Kennedy 

09-03R (PDF) The Elite Report: A Report on the Perception of State, County, and Local Officials Regarding the State of Texas Mitigation Plan, Coastal Management Plan and the Promotion of Mitigation Efforts in The Texas Coastal Management Zone 

09-02R (PDF) Integrating Coastal Zone Management and Hazard Mitigation: Assessing the Potential Compatibilities of the Coastal Management Program and State of Texas Mitigation Plan. Carla Prater and Tommy Kennedy 

09-01R (PDF) An Assessment of Coastal Zone Hazard Mitigation Plans in Texas. Walter Gillis Peacock, Jung Eun Kang, Rahmawati Husein, Gabriel Burns, Carla Prater, Samuel Brody and Tommy Kennedy 

08-06R (PDF) Short-Term Public Shelter Algorithm: A Modified HAZUS Approach.  Yi-Sz Lin, Jing-Chen Lu.

08-05R (PDF) Household Dislocation Algorithm, 3:A Logistic Regression Approach.  Yi-Sz Lin, Walter Gillis Peacock, Jing-Chen Lu, Yang Zhang.

08-04R (PDF) Household Dislocation Algorithm 2: An OLS through the Origin Approach.  Walter Gillis Peacock, Yi-Sz Lin, Jing-Chen Lu, Yang Zhang.

08-03R (PDF) Status and Trends of Coastal Vulnerability to Natural Hazards Project/Annual Report for Phase 1. Walter Gillis Peacock, Samuel D. Brody, Carla Prater, Douglas Wunneburger, Forster Ndubisi, June Martin, Himanshu Grover, Jung Eun Kang, Rahmawati Husein, Gabriel Burns and Tommy Kennedy 

08-02R (PDF) Toward a Resiliency and Vulnerability Observatory Network: RAVON. Walter Gillis Peacock, Howard Kunreuther, William H. Hooke, Susan L. Cutter, Stephanie E. Chang, and Phillip R. Berke 

08-01R (PDF) Nonlinear Incentives, Plan Design, and Flood Mitigation: The Case of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Community Rating System. Sammy Zahran, Samuel D. Brody, Wesley E. Highfield and Arnold Vedlitz 

07-03R (PDF) Household Dislocation Algorithm 1: A Modified HAZUS Approach.  Jing-Chen Lu, Walter Gillis Peacock, Yang Zhang, Yi-Sz Lin.

07-02R (PDF) Social Vulnerability Algorithms.  Jing-Chen Lu, Walter Gillis Peacock, Yang Zhang.

07-01R (PDF) Policy Learning for Flood Mitigation: A Longitudinal Assessment of the Community Rating System in Florida. Samuel D. Brody, Sammy Zahran, Wesley E. Highfield, Sarah Bernhardt and Arnold Vedlitz 

06-01R (PDF) Social Vulnerability and Natural and Built Environments: A Model of Flood Casualties in Texas. Sammy Zahran, Samuel D. Brody, Walter Gillis Peacock, Arnold Vedlita and Himanshu Grover 

04-01R (PDF) Modeling and Managing the Vulnerability of Community Businesses to Environmental Disasters. Yang Zhang, Michael K. Lindell and Carla S. Prater. Supported by NSF Grant CMS 0219155 and MidAmerica Earthquake Center under Subaward 98-269 

03-03-R (PDF) Housing Reconstruction after Two Major Earthquakes: The 1994 Northridge Earthquake in the United States and the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake in Taiwan. Jie-Ying Wu and Michael K. Lindell 

03-02R Missing – Risk Area Map Reading Accuracy and Evacuation from Hurricane Bret. Yang Zhang, Carla S. Prater and Michael Lindell. April 2003. (Moved to 04-1A) 

03-01R (PDF) Evaluating Ecosystem Management Capabilities at the Local Level in Florida: A Policy Gap Analysis Using Geographic Information Systems. Samuel Brody, Virginia Carrasco and Wes Highfield . 

02-12R Urban and Agricultural Communities: Opportunities for Common Ground. John Thomas (contributing author). Council for Agriculture, Science and Technology. Task Force Report 138. May 2002. 

02-11R Population, Metropolitan Change and Agricultural Productivity. John Thomas. Proceedings of the Urban Agriculture Symposium: Emerging Opportunities in Science, Education and Policy. Dallas, TX. May 2002. 

02-10R Improving Municipal Water Systems for Sustainability and Economic Efficiency.. Sherry Bame et al. 

02-09R (PDF) Local Population and Estimated Evacuation in Risk Areas of the Texas Gulf Coast. Michael Lindell, Carla Prater, Seong Nam Hwang, Jie-Ying Wu and Yang Zhang. College Station, TX. Texas A&M University, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. 

02-08R (PDF) Are We Learning to Make Better Plans? A Longitudinal Analysis of Plan Quality Associated with Natural Hazards. Samuel Brody. College Station, TX. Texas A&M University, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. 

02-07R (PDF) EMBLEM: An Empirically-Based Large Scale Evacuation Time Estimate Model. Michael Lindell, Carla Prater, Ronald Perry and Jie-Ying Wu. College Station TX. Texas A&M University Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. 

02-06R Annual Report 2001.Moved to Annual Report Archive 

02-05R (PDF) Development of a Decision Support System for Hurricane Evacuation Management. Michael Lindell and Carla Prater, College Station, TX. HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2002. 

02-04R (PDF) Local Jurisdictions’ Evacuation Guidance and Transportation,Carla Prater and Michael Lindell. College Station, TX. HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2002. 

02-03R (PDF) Erroneous Beliefs and Earthquake Preparedness. David Whitney, Michael Lindell and Dung-Hanh Nguyen. College Station, TX, HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2002. 

02-02R (PDF) Hurricane Evacuation Time Estimates for the Texas Gulf CoastMichael Lindell, Carla Prater and Jie-Ying Wu. College Station, TX , HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2002. 

02-01R (PDF)  Analysis of Institutional Response to the Taiwan 921 Earthquake.Carla Prater and Jie-Ying Wu. College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2002. 

00-06R (PDF) Elderly Health Needs in Brazos County. Sherry Bame, Editor. Texas A&M University, April 2000. 

00-05R (PDF) Hurricane Bret Post-Storm Assessment: A Review of the Utilization of Hurricane Evacuation Studies and Information Dissemination Prepared for Texas Division of Emergency Management and Federal Emergency Management Agency Region VI, Carla Prater, Dennis Wenger and Kevin Grady, College Station, TX: Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, 2000. 

00-04R (PDF) Flood Mitigation for Homeowners: A Guideline on Elevating Residential Buildings.David C. Ekroth, College Station, TX: Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, 1999. 

00-03R Local Emergency Management Agencies’ Use of Hazard Analysis Information. Michael K. Lindell, William G. Sanderson, Jr., Nathan Lowe, Seong Nam Hwang, Jie Ying Wu, Hee Min Lee, Ju Chul Jung, Choong Hyun Jeong, Jeff R. Bryan, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University , 2000. 

00-02R (PDF) An Analysis of State Emergency Management Agencies’ Hazard Analysis Documents on the Internet. Seong Nam Hwang, College Station, TX: Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, 1999. 

00-01R (PDF) Annual Report 1999, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center Michael, K. Lindell, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2000. 

99-05R (PDF) Contra-Flow Strategies for Hurricane Evacuation on Interstate 37Greg Schumann, College Station, TX: Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, 1999. 

99-04R Missing

99-03R (PDF) Hurricane Evacuation Shelter Project: Final Report Michael K. Lindell, Charles W. Graham, and William G. Sanderson, a report prepared for Texas Governor’s Division of Emergency Management, 1999. 

99-02R (PDF) A Probable Maximum Loss Study of Critical Infrastructure for Three Caribbean Countries Norris Stubbs, a report prepared for the Organization of American States, 1999. 

99-01R (PDF) Documentation of a Methodology to Compute Structural Damage and Content Damage in a Wind Environment Norris Stubbs and Dale Perry, College Station, TX: Texas Engineering Experiment Station, Texas A&M University, 1999. 

98-01R Missing – Annual Report 1998, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center Michael K. Lindell, College Station TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1999. 

97-04R After Hurricane Marilyn: Impact of New Building Codes in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. David C. Ekroth, College Station, TX: Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, 1997. 

97-03R (PDF) HIV/AIDS Health Systems Planning and Programming. Sherry I. Bame, Debra Harris, Yeung Tai Hing, Rosemary Kunesh, Mary McGehee, and Sarah Williams, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997. 

97-02R (PDF) Community Health Needs Assessment: A Study of Supply of and Demand for Health and Social Support Services in Brazos County, Texas. Sherry I. Bame, Melissa K. Pindell, Victoria S. Douglass, Elaine Cook-Price, Bruce E. Jennings, Joey Anderson and Ronald Webb, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997. 

97-01R (PDF) The Toxics Release Inventory. Frances M. Lynn and Jack D. Kartez, Environmental Management, Vol 18, No. 4 (July/August 1994), pp. 511-521. 

96-02R (PDF) Estimation of Building Damage as a Result of Hurricanes in the Caribbean (A Primer). Norris Stubbs, The US Agency for International Development (USAID), 1996. 

96-01R (PDF) Part 1 Verification of the Protective Action Dosage Reduction Estimator (PADRE). George O. Rogers, Jea-Guy Park, Jy-Pyng Sah, Steven Eichner, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1996. 

96-01R (PDF) Part 2 Verification of the Protective Action Dosage Reduction Estimator (PADRE). George O. Rogers, Jea-Guy Park, Jy-Pyng Sah, Steven Eichner, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1996. 

95-09R (PDF) Construction Information for a Stronger Home. David C. Ekroth, Jeff Rowbethaum, and Charles Bornman, a report prepared for FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency), 1995, 

95-08R (PDF) Building to Resist Hurricanes: A Construction Guide for Homeowners in the Virgin Islands. David C. Ekroth, Jeff Rowbethaum, and Charles Bornman, a report prepared for FEMA, 1995. 

95-07R (PDF) Earthquake-Initiated Hazardous Materials Release: Lessons from the Northridge Earthquake. Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry, George Washington University and Arizona State University, 1995. 

95-06R (PDF) Estimate of Costs to Implement the New Building Code for Windstorm Resistant Construction along the Texas Coast. Patricia Lombard, Norris Stubbs, and Dale Perry, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1995. 

95-05R (PDF) Development of Wind Speed Contour Map for Texas Coastline.Dale Perry and Norris Stubbs, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1995. 

95-04R (PDF) Cost Effectiveness of the New Building Code for Windstorm Resistant Construction along the Texas Coast. Norris Stubbs, Dale Perry and Patricia Lombard, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1995. 

95-03R Missing – Planning Guidance for the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program.B. L. Shumpert, A. P. Watson, J. H. Sorensen, G. O. Rogers, J. F. Long, Jr., and R. Brooks, Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1995. 

95-02R (PDF) A White Paper on Hurricane Loss Calculations for the Caribbean Region. prepared for the Organization of American States Caribbean Disaster Mitigation Project, Norris Stubbs, 1995. 

95-01R (PDF) Risk Analysis of Residential Fire Detector Performance. Larry Grosse, Jac DeJong, and John Murphy, 1995. 

94-01R (PDF) Disasters and the Elderly: A Bibliography. Gilbert Browning, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

93-07R (PDF) Relationships among Neighborhood Evacuation, Volunteering and Place Attachment: Charleston and Hurricane Hugo. R. Bruce Hull IV and Dennis E. Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

93-06R Missing – The Reporting of News in Disasters: A Comparative Study of Japanese and American Communities. E. L. Quarantelli, Dennis Wenger, Shunji Mikami, and Osamu Hiroi, Newark, DE: Disaster Research Center, 1993. 

93-05R (PDF) A Survey of Building and Content Damage Resulting from Hurricane Andrew in Nine Industrial Properties. Norris Stubbs and Dale Perry, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

93-04R (PDF) LEPC Roles in Toxic Hazards Reduction: Implementing Title III’s Unwritten Goals. Jack D. Kartez, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

93-03R (PDF) Search and Rescue & Emergency Medical Services: A Multidisciplinary Annotated Bibliography. Gabriela Vigo, Carla Prater, Pradip Pramanik, J. Ethan Beeson, and Margaret Hall, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

93-02R (PDF) Center Activities 1989-1992, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. Dennis Wenger, Philip Berke and Jacqueline Henderson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

93-01R Missing – Annual Report 1992, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. Dennis Wenger, Philip Berke, and Jacqueline Henderson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

92-04R (PDF) Hurricane Hugo and Shoreline Retreat: Evaluating the Effectiveness of the South Carolina Beachfront Management Act. Timothy Beatley, Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia, 1992. 

92-03R (PDF) Risk Allocation Policy in the Coastal Zone: The Current Framework and Future Directions. Timothy Beatley, Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia, 1992. 

92-02R Missing – Tri-Annual Report, 1989-1991, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. Dennis Wenger, Philip Berke, and Ruth Bostic, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992. 

92-01R Missing – Annual Report 1991, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. Dennis Wenger, Philip Berke and Ruth Bostic, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992. 

91-07R (PDF) Hurricane Gilbert Strikes Jamaica: Institutional Design Implications for Recovery and Development. Philip Berke, Timothy Beatley, and Clarence Feagin, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991. 

91-06R (PDF) chp 1 – 3 Individual and Household Response to Hurricane Hugo. Charles E. Faupel and Susan P. Kelley, Final Report to the National Science Foundation, grant #BCS-9005107, 1991. 

91-06R chp 4 – 5 Individual and Household Response to Hurricane Hugo. Charles E. Faupel and Susan P. Kelley, Final Report to the National Science Foundation, grant #BCS-9005107, 1991.

91-05R (PDF) Household Recovery Following Hurricane Gilbert: St. James and St. Thomas Parishes, Jamaica. Philip R. Berke, Timothy Beatley and Clarence E. Feagin, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991. 

91-04R Missing – Annual Report 1990, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. Dennis Wenger, Philip Berke and Ruth Bostic, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991. 

91-03R (PDF) Linking Hurricane Disaster Recovery to Sustainable Development Strategies: Antigua, West Indies. Philip Berke and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, 1991. 

91-02R (PDF) Montserrat: Emergency Planning, Response and Recovery Related to Hurricane Hugo. Philip Berke and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991. 

91-01R Missing – The Feasibility of Vertical Evacuation: Behavioral, Legal, Political, and Structural Considerations. C. Ruch, P. Berke, H. Miller, N. Stubbs, and M. Haflich, Monograph #2, Boulder, CO: Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado, 1991. 

90-06R Missing – Description of Interview Data Regarding Pittsburgh and Confluence Toxic Chemical Accidents George O. Rogers, B. L. Shumpert, and J. H. Sorensen, Oak Ridge, TN: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1990. 

90-05R Missing 

90-04R (PDF) Individual and Household Response to Hurricane Hugo: Progress Report. Charles Faupel, Susan Kelley, Xavier Retnam and Laura Knotts, Auburn, AL: Auburn University, 1990. 

90-03R (PDF) Experimental Evaluation of a Damage Prediction Model Using Data Generated by Hurricane Gilbert and its Implications to Other Hazards. Norris Stubbs, Charles Sikorsky, and Susan Kirchman, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990. 

90-02R Missing – Annual Report 1989, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center. Dennis Wenger, Philip Berke, and Ruth Bostic, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990. 

90-01R Missing – Evaluating Protective Actions for Chemical Agent Emergencies. George Rogers, A. P. Watson, J. H. Sorensen, R. D. Sharp, and S. A. Carnes, Final report to U. S. Department of the Army and Federal Emergency Management Agency, 1990. (Available through Oak Ridge National Laboratory) 

89-02R (PDF) Seismic Hazards in the South Carolina Low Country: An Emerging Mitigation Program. Timothy Beatley and Philip Berke, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989. 

89-01R (PDF) Seismic Hazard Mitigation Through Mandatory Site Investigations: The Salt Lake County Natural Hazards Ordinance. Timothy Beatley and Philip Berke, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989. 

88-01R (PDF) Local Mitigation Planning Response to Earthquake Hazards: Results of a National Survey. Philip Berke, Annual Report submitted to the National Science Foundation, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1988. 

87-01R (PDF) Part 1 Structural Feasibility of Vertical Evacuation: Final Report. Norris Stubbs and Charles Sikorsky, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1987. 

87-01R (PDF) Part 2 Structural Feasibility of Vertical Evacuation: Final Report. Norris Stubbs and Charles Sikorsky, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1987. 

86-06R (PDF) A Typology of Planning Mitigation Measures and Conceptual Framework of Local Planning Response to Hazards. Philip Berke, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1986. 

86-05R (PDF) Risk Analysis of a Potential Vertical Shelter: A Demonstrative Example. Technical Report 4968 S-5 NSF CEE 83-09511, Norris Stubbs, Research Division, College of Architecture, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1986. 

86-04R (PDF) Risk Assessment of Hurricane Mitigative Options Involving Central Park Lodge Nursing Home, Interim Report to the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, Norris Stubbs, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1986. 

86-03R (PDF) Part 1 Risk Assessment of Hurricane Mitigative Options Involving Selected Critical Structures in the Tampa Bay Region. Final Report for the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, Norris Stubbs, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1986. 

86-03R (PDF) Part 2 Risk Assessment of Hurricane Mitigative Options Involving Selected Critical Structures in the Tampa Bay Region. Final Report for the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, Norris Stubbs, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1986. 

86-02R (PDF) Information System for Local Fire Hazard Management. Ian David Bishop and Margaret Cutler, Melbourne, Australia: School of Environmental Planning, The University of Melbourne, 1986. 

86-01R (PDF) Identification of Potential Vertical Shelters in Galveston, Texas. Technical Report 4968 S-4 NSF CEE 83-09511, Norris Stubbs, Research Division, College of Architecture, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1986. 

85-05R Human Components of Emergency Warning: Implications for Planning and Management. George Rogers, Planning Report to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, grant #EMW-K-1024, 1985. 

85-04R (PDF) Missing 

85-03R (PDF) Occupant Safety in Vertical Hurricane Shelters. Technical Report 4968 S-3 NSF CEE 83-09511, Norris Stubbs and Charles Sikorsky, Research Division, College of Architecture, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1985. 

85-02R (PDF) The Relative Safety of Buildings in a Hurricane Hazard. Technical Report 4968 S-2 NSF CEE 83-09511, Norris Stubbs, Research Division, College of Architecture, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1985. 

85-01R (PDF) Perspective on the Structural Feasibility of Vertical Evacuation. Technical Report 4968 S-1 NSF CEE 83-09511, Norris Stubbs, Research Division, College of Architecture, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1985. 80-01R Emergency Planning and the Adaptive Local Response to the Mt. St. Helens Eruption. Jack D. Kartez and W. J. Kelley, Final technical report to the National Science Foundation, grant #PFR 80-20876, 1980.

Preliminary Papers

01-02P Analyzing Interrater Agreement With and Without Disattenuation. Michael Lindell, College Station, TX, HRRC, Texas A&M University 2001.

01-01P Assessing Community Impacts of Environmental Disasters, Michael K. Lindell and Carla S. Prater. College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2001. (Now available as Article 02-03A)

98-06P Citizen Participation, Social Support, and Disaster Preparedness Planning: Promoting Self Protective Action in Risk-Prone Environments, David M. Simpson and Sandra E. Sephton, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98-04P Neighborhood Building through Disaster Preparedness, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98-03P Comparing Community-based Disaster Preparedness Programs: An Initial Examination of Program Structure and Administration, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98-02P Developing a Rationale for Grass Roots Disaster Preparedness, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98- 01P The Research Context of Community-based Disaster Preparedness Groups: A Review of Related Literature, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

97-02P Member Commitment and Participation in Local Emergency Planning Committees, David J. Whitney and Michael K. Lindell, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997.

97-01P Comparison of the Volunteer Behavior During the Mexico City and Northridge Earthquakes, Gabriela Vigo and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997. (Now available as Article 00-04A)

96-02P Feedback Report: Team Climate within Effective LEPCs, M. K. Lindell, D. Whitney, C. Futch and C. Clause, Washington DC: George Washington University Institute for Crisis and Disaster Management, 1996.

96-01P Member Commitment and Participation in Local Emergency Planning Committees, David J. Whitney and Michael K. Lindell, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997.

95-02P Feedback Report: Organizational Characteristics of Effective LEPCs, M. K. Lindell, D. Whitney, C. Futch and C. Clause, East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Department of Psychology, 1995.

95-01P Application of Pattern Recognition to Damage Localization, Norris Stubbs and Gabe Garcia, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1995.

94-03P Reducing Natural Hazard Risks through Land Use Planning and Growth Management: Federal and State Policy Experience, Philip R. Berke, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1994.

94-02P Sustainable Development as a Guide to Community Land Use Policy: A Conceptual Framework, Philip R. Berke and Jack Kartez, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1994.

94-01P Evacuation Behavior Among Tenants of the World Trade Center Following the Bombing of February 26, 1993, Dennis Wenger, Benigno Aguirre, and Gabriela Vigo, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1994.

93-03P LEPC Roles in Toxic Hazards Reduction: Implementing Title III’s Unwritten Goals, Jack D. Kartez, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. ($12.30)

93-02P Watches and Warnings and the Epidemiological Effects of Tornadoes, B. E. Aguirre, Rogelio Saenz, John Edmiston, Nan Yang, Elsa Agramonte, and Dietra L. Stuart, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993.

93-01P Detecting Tornadoes: A Spurious Population Effect?, B. E. Aguirre, Rogelio Saenz, John Edmiston, Nan Yang, Dietra Stuart, and Elsa Agramonte, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993.

92-04P Economies of Expertise: Emergency Preparedness, Community Planning and Comprehensive Hazards Management, C. Faupel, J. Kartez and C. Bailey, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992.

92-03P The Influence of State Planning Mandates On Local Plan Quality, Philip Berke and Steve French, College Station, TX, HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992.

92-02P Preserving People-Place Relationships: Attitudes Toward Historic Charleston Following Hurricane Hugo, Mark Lam & Daniel F. MacGilvray, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992.

92-01P Emergent and Volunteer Behavior During Disaster: Research Findings and Planning Implications, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC Texas A&M University, 1992.

91-07P A Study of Local Mass Media Coverage of Two Disasters in the United States, E. L. Quarantelli and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-06P Black Political Empowerment and White Environmental Activism in Sumter County, Alabama: Obstacles to Formation of a Natural Alliance, Conner Bailey, Charles Faupel and James Gundlach, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-05P Disaster Education, Household Preparedness and Stress Responses to Hurricane Hugo, Charles E. Faupel, Susan P. Kelley and Thomas A. Petee, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-03P Establishing Functional Requirements for Emergency Management Information Systems, J. H. Reed, George Rogers, and J. Sorensen, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-02P Emergent and Volunteer Behavior During Disaster: Research Findings and Planning Implications, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC Texas A&M University, 1992.

91-01P Early LEPC Support for Hazard Reduction: A Policy Perspective on Title III’s Unwritten Goals, Jack D. Kartez, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

90-06P Hazardous Wastes and the Legitimacy Crisis of Advanced Capitalism, Charles Faupel, Conner Bailey and Susan Holland, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-05P The Impact of Disaster Education on Citizen Preparedness for Hurricane Hugo, Charles Faupel, Susan Kelly and Thomas Petee, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-04P Household Recovery Following Hurricane Gilbert: St. James and St. Thomas Parishes, Jamaica, Philip R. Berke, Timothy Beatley and Clarence E. Feagin, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

90-03 The Convergence of Volunteers in a Consensus Crisis: The Case of the 1985 Mexico City Earthquake, Dennis Wenger and Thomas James, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-02P Natural Hazards Reduction and Recovery: Use of the Public Goods Perspective as a Framework of Analysis, Philip Berke and Swaroop Reddy, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-01P Emergency Response, Planning and Search and Rescue, Charlie Scawthorn and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

89-04P Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning: An Overview of Seismic Policy Related Issues (DRC Preliminary Paper #121), Dennis Wenger and Thomas Drabek, Texas A&M University, 1989.

89-03P The Effects of Hurricane Gilbert in Cancun, B. E. Aguirre, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989.

89-02P Warnings, B. E. Aguirre, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989.

89-01P The Study of Volunteer and Emergent Organizational Response: Approaches and Issues for Future Research, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989.

88-01P A Comparative Study of Mass Media Organization in Disaster: An Empirical Examination of Some Recent Observation in the Literature, Dennis Wenger and Barbara Friedman, Newark, DE: Disaster Research Center, 1988.

85-01P Mass Media and Disasters, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1985.77-01P The Development of Propositional Inventories in the Social Sciences: Methodological Considerations, B. E. Aguirre, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1977.