Ⅰ、Topic: Vulnerability for Natural Hazards
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Frazier, T.G., C.M. Thompson, R.J. Dezzani, and D. Butsick (2013) Spatial and temporal quantification of resilience at the community scale. Applied Geography 42: 95-107.
Frigerio, I., S. Ventura, D. Strigaro, M. Mattavelli, M. De Amicis, S. Mugnano, and M. Boffi (2016) A GIS-based approach to identify the spatial variability of social vulnerability to seismic hazard in Italy. Applied Geography 74: 12-22.
Wang, C., and B. Yarnal (2012) The vulnerability of the elderly to hurricane hazards in Sarasota, Florida. Natural Hazards 63: 349-373.
Hung, L.S., C. Wang, and B. Yarnal (2016) Vulnerability of families and households to natural hazards: A case study of storm surge flooding in Sarasota County, Florida. Applied Geography 76: 184-197.
Chang, L.F., and S.L. Huang (2015) Assessing urban flooding vulnerability with an emergy approach. Landscape and Urban Planning 143: 11-24.
Działek, J., W. Biernacki, Ł. Fiedeń, K. Listwan-Franczak, and P. Franczak (2016) Universal or context-specific social vulnerability drivers – Understanding flood preparedness in southern Poland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 19: 212-223.
Frigerio, I., and M. De Amicis (2016) Mapping social vulnerability to natural hazards in Italy: A suitable tool for risk mitigation strategies. Environmental Science & Policy 63: 187-196.
Parsons, M., S. Glavac, P. Hastings, G. Marshall, J. McGregor, J. McNeill, P. Morley, I. Reeve, and R. Stayner (2016) Top-down assessment of disaster resilience: A conceptual framework using coping and adaptive capacities. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction19: 1-11.
Seekao, C., and C. Pharino (2016) Key factors affecting the flood vulnerability and adaptation of the shrimp farming sector in Thailand. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 17: 161-172.
Lee, Y.J. (2014) Social vulnerability indicators as a sustainable planning tool. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 44: 31-42.
Cummings, C.A., P.E. Todhunter, and B.C. Rundquist (2012) Using the Hazus-MH flood model to evaluate community relocation as a flood mitigation response to terminal lake flooding: The case of Minnewaukan, North Dakota, USA. Applied Geography 32: 889-895.
Kousky, C., and M. Walls (2014) Floodplain conservation as a flood mitigation strategy: Examining costs and benefits. Ecological Economics 104: 119-128.
Dierauer, J., N. Pinter, and J.W.F. Remo (2012) Evaluation of levee setbacks for flood-loss reduction, Middle Mississippi River, USA. Journal of Hydrology 450-451: 1-8.
Ploeger, S.K., G.M. Atkinson, and C. Samson (2010) Applying the HAZUS-MH software tool to assess seismic risk in downtown Ottawa, Canada. Natural Hazards 53: 1-20.
Pinter, N., J. Dierauer, and J.W.F. Remo (2012) Flood-loss modelling for assessing impacts of flood-frequency adjustment, Middle Mississippi River, USA. Hydrological Processes 26: 2997-3002.
Cutter, S.L., B. J. Boruff, and W. L. Shirley (2003) Social Vulnerability to Environmental Hazards. Social Science Quarterly 84(2): 242-261.