Articles & Book Chapters

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13-02A Jourdan D.E., S. Van Zandt, and E. Tarlton. (2013). "Coming Home: Resident Satisfaction Regarding Return to a Revitalized HOPE VI Community. Cities. Available online at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0264275113000322

13-01A Xiao, Yu and Edward Feser, (2013). "The Unemployment Impact of the 1993 Midwest Flood: A Quasi-Experimental Structural Break Point Analysis", Environmental Hazards, DOI:10.1080/17477891.2013.777892.

12-06BC Rohe, W.M., S. Van Zandt, and G. McCarthy. (2012). The Social Costs and Benefits of Homeownership. In The Affordable Housing Reader. Elizabeth Mueller and J. Rosie Tighe, Edictors. New York: Routledge.

12-05BC Peacock, Walter Gillis, Shannon Van Zandt, Dustin Henry, Himanshu Grover, and Wesley Highfield. 2012. Social Vulnerability and Hurricane Ike: Using Social Vulnerability Mapping to Enhance Coastal Community Resilience in Texas. In After Ike: Severe Storm Prediction, Impact, and Recovery on the Texas Gulf Coast. Edited by Phillip B. Bedient. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press. 

12-04A Xiao, Yu and Shannon Van Zandt. (2012). "Building Community Resiliency: Spatial Links between Households and Businesses in Post-Disaster Recovery", Urban Studies, 49(11): 2523-2542. 

12-03BC Walter Gillis Peacock and Carla Prater. (2012). Social Protection and Disaster Risk Reduction. Chapter 57, pp. 687-696, in Ben Wisner, J.C. Gillard, and Ilan Kelman, Handbook of Hazards, Disaster Risk Reduction and Management.London: Routledge.

12-02A Brody, Samuel, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Joshua Gunn. (2012)Ecological Indicators of Flood Risk Along the Gulf of Mexico. Ecological Indicators, 18(July):493-500.

12-01A Van Zandt, Shannon, Walter Gillis Peacock, Dustin Henry, Himanshu Grover, Wesley Highfield,and Sam Brody. (2012).Mapping Social Vulnerability to Enhance Housing and Neighborhood Resilience. Housing Policy Debate, 22(1):29-55.

11-12A Brody, Samuel, Wes Highfield, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Joshua Gunn. (2011)The Influence of Development Intensity on Flood Damage along the Gulf of Mexico: Examining the Erosion of Resiliency. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 31(4):438-48.

11-11A Brody, S.D., Grover, H., Vedlitz, A. (2011). Examining the Willingness of Americans to Alter Behavior to Mitigate Climate Change. Climate Policy.

11-10A Ge, Yue, Walter Gillis Peacock, Michael K. Lindell. (2011)Florida Households’ Expected Response to Hurricane Hazards Mitigation Incentives. Risk Analysis, 31(10):1676-91.

11-09A Grinstein-Weiss, M., K. Anacker, Y.Yeo, S. Van Zandt, and E. Books. (2011). Homeownership and Neighborhood Satisfaction among Low- and Moderate-Income Households. Journal of Urban Affairs.

11-08A Lindell, M.K., Kang, J.E. & Prater, C.S. (2011). The logistics of household evacuation in Hurricane Lili. Natural Hazards.

11-07BC Lindell, M.K. (2011). Disaster studies. In B. Klandermans (Ed.) Sociopedia. Available at www.sagepub.net/isa/resources/pdf/Disaster%20Studies.pdf

11-06A Sung, Chan Y., Ming Han Li, Zhifang Wang, and George O. Rogers, (2011). Investigating alien plant invasion in urban riparian forests in a hot and semi-arid region. Landscape and Urban Planning.

11-05A Tang, Z., Lindell, M.K. Prater, C.S., Wei, T. & Hussey, C.M. (2011). Examining local coastal zone management capacity in U.S. Pacific coastal counties.Coastal Management, 39, 105-132.

11-04A Tang, Zhenghong; Brody, S.D., Wei, T., Quinn, C. (2011). Examining Locally-Driven Climate Change Policy Efforts in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.Ocean and Coastal Management.

11-03A Xiao, Yu, Jun Wan, and Geoffrey J. D. Hewings. (2011). “Flooding and the Midwest Economy: Assessing the Midwest Floods of 1993 and 2008”, GeoJournal,DOI: 10.1007/s10708-011-9415-9

11-02A Xiao, Yu, (2011). “Local Economic Impacts of Natural Disasters”, Journal of Regional Science,51(4): 804-820.

11-01A Van Zandt, S. and D. Wunneburger. (2011). The Relationship between Residential Land Use Patterns and the Educational Outcomes of Economically-Disadvantaged Studentsin Texas. Urban Education.

10-14A Arlikatti, S., W. G. Peacock, C. S. Prater, H. Grover & G. S. Arul. (2010). Assessing the impact of the Indian Ocean Tsunami on households: The domestic assets approach. Disasters: The Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management, Volume 34:3,: 705–731.

10-13A Arlikatti, Sudha, Walter Gillis Peacock, Carla Prater, Himanshu Grover and Arul Gnana Sekar. (2010). Assessing the Impact of the Indian Ocean Tsunami on Households the Domestic Assets Approach Disasters, 34(3):705-31.

10-12BC Cash, S.B. and Brody, S.D. (2010). “Bringing corporate stakeholders to the table in collaborative ecosystem.” In Steven A. Moore (ed.). Pragmatic Sustainability. Abingdon, UK: Routledge Press.

10-11A Brody, S.D., Kang, Jung Eun, *Bernhardt, S.P. (2010). Identifying Factors Influencing Flood Mitigation at the Local Level in Texas and Florida: the Role of Organizational Capacity. Natural Hazards 52:167–184, DOI 10.1007/s11069-009-9364-5.

10-10A Brody, S.D., Grover, H., Vedlitz, A., Lindquist, E. (2010). Examining Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Behaviors among State and Local Public Sector Organizations in the United States. Local Environment 15(6): 591- 603.

10-09A Jourdan, D., S. Van Zandt, and N. Adair. (2010). Meeting Their Fair Share: A Proposal for the Creation of Regional Land Banks to Meet the Affordable Housing Needs in the Rural Areas of Texas. Journal of Affordable Housing & CommunityDevelopment Law 19(2): 147-159.

10-08A Kang, Jung Eun, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Rahmawati Husein. (2010). An Assessment of Coastal Zone Hazard Mitigation Plans in Texas. Journal of Disaster Research, 5(5):526-34.

10-07A Kweon, Byoung-Suk, Christipher D. Ellis, Pedro I. Leiva and George O. Rogers, (2010) “Land Content, Land Use and Neighborhood Satisfaction.”Environmental Planning B. Vol. 37, p 500-517.

10-06A Lindell, M.K. & Prater, C.S. (2010). Tsunami preparedness on the Oregon and Washington coast: Recommendations for research. Natural Hazards Review, 11, 69-81.

10-05A Tai, Teresa, Bame SI. (2010) Cost-benefit analysis of childhood asthma management through school-based clinic programsJournal of Community Health.

10-04A Tang, Z., Brody, S.D., Quinn, C., Chang, L. (2010). Moving from Agenda to Action: Evaluating Local Climate Change Action Plans. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 53(1): 41-62.

10-03A Zahran, S., Brody, S.D., *Highfield, W., Vedlitz, A. (2010). Nonlinear Incentives, Plan Design, and Flood Mitigation: The Case of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Community Rating System. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 53(2): 219-239.

10-02A Zhang, Y., *Hwang, S.N. & Lindell, M.K. (2010). Hazard proximity or risk perception? Evaluating environmental hazards’ effects on housing value.Environment & Behavior, 42, 597-624.

10-01A Zhang Y. & Peacock W. (2010) Planning for Recovery. Journal of American Planning Association 76(1): 5-24. 

09-06A Gladwin H., Lazo J., Morrow B., Peacock W. & Willoughby H.(2010). Social Science Research Needs for the Hurricane Forecast and Warning System. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, January: 25-29.

09-05A Zhang, Y., Lindell, M.K. & Prater, C.S. (2009). Vulnerability of community businesses to environmental disasters. Disasters, 33, 38-57. 

09-04A Al-Nammari, F.M. & Lindell, M.K. (2009). Earthquake recovery of historic buildings: Exploring cost and time needs. Disasters, 33, 457-481. 

09-03A Lindell, M.K., *Arlikatti, S. & Prater, C.S. (2009). Why people do what they do to protect against earthquake risk: Perceptions of hazard adjustment attributes. Risk Analysis, 29, 1072-1088. 

09-02A Terpstra, T., Lindell, M.K. & Gutteling, J.M. (2009). Does communicating (flood) risk affect (flood) risk perceptions? Results of a quasi-experimental study. Risk Analysis, 29, 1141-1155. 

09-01A Zahran, S., Weiler, S., Brody, S.D., Lindell, M.K. & *Highfield, W.E. (2009). Modeling national flood insurance policy holding at the county scale in Florida, 1999-2005. Ecological Economics, 68, 2627-2636. 

08-16A Zahran S., Brody S., Peacock W., Grover H. & Vedlitz A. (2008) Social Vulnerability and Flood Casualties in Texas, 1997-2001. Disasters 32(4): 537-560. 

08-15A Chiu, Yi Chang, Zheng H., Villalobos G., Peacock W. & Henk R Evaluating Regional Contra-flow and Phased Evacuation Strategies for the Houston-Galveston Area Using a Large-Scale Dynamic Simulation and Assignment Model Journal of Homeland Security, 5(1):Article 34 (1-29). 

08-14A Brody, S.D., Zahran, S, Vedlitz, A., and Grover, H. (2008). Examining the Relationship between Physical Vulnerability and Perceptions of Global Climate Change in the U.S. Environment and Behavior 40(1): 72-95 

08-13A Brody, S.D., Zahran, S, Vedlitz, A., and Grover, H Examining the Relationship between Physical Vulnerability and Perceptions of Global Climate Change in the U.S. (PDF format, 102 KB). (2008). Environment and Behavior 40(1): 72-95.

 08-12A Zahran, S., Brody, S.D. Hastings, D., Rationality, Inequity, and Civic Vitality: The Distribution of Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Facilities in the Southeast. (PDF format, 250 KB). (2008). Society and Natural Resources 21(3): 179-196. 

08-11A Zahran S., Peek L. & Brody S. Youth Mortality by Forces of Nature (2008) Children, Youth, and Enviroments 18(1): 371-388. 

08-10A Lindell, M.K. (2008). EMBLEM2: An empirically based large-scale evacuation time estimate model. Transportation Research A 42, 140-154. 

08-09A Tang, Z., Lindell, M.K., Prater, C.S. & Brody, S.D. (2008). Measuring tsunami planning capacity on the U.S. Pacific coast. Natural Hazards Review, 9, 91-100. 

08-08A Lindell, M.K. & *Hwang, S.N. (2008). Households' perceived personal risk and responses in a multi-hazard environment. Risk Analysis, 28, 539-556. 

08-07A Lutz, L.D. & Lindell, M.K. (2008). The Incident Command System as a response model within emergency operation centers during Hurricane Rita. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 16, 122-134. 

08-06A Perry, R.W. & Lindell, M.K. (2008). Volcanic risk perception and adjustment in a multi-hazard environment. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 172, 170-178. 

08-05A Brody S., Davis Highfield W., & Bernhardt S (2008) A Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Section 404 Wetland Permitting in Texas and Florida 

08-04A Tang Z., Lindell M., Prater C., & Brody S. Measuring Tsunami Planning Capacity on U.S. Pacific Cost 

08-03A Al-Nammari F. & Lindell M. Earthquake Recovery of Historic Building Exploring Cost and Time Needs 

08-02A Brody S., Zahran S., Grover H., & Vedlitz A. A spatial Analysis of Local Climate Change Policy in the United States: Risk, Stress Opport. 

08-01A Brody S., Zahran S., Grover H., Vedlitz A. & Miller C. Vulnerability to Climate Change-Change Policy 

07-12A Lazo J., & Peacock W. Social Science Research Needs for the Hurricane Forecast and Warning Systems 

07-11A Brody S., Highfield W., Hyung-Cheal R. & Weber L. Examing the Relationship Between Wetland Alteration and Watershed Flooding in Texas and Florida 

07-10A Brody S. & Zahran S. Linking Particulate Matter and Sulfur Concentrations to Air Pollution Annoyance: Problems of Measurement 

07-09A Brody S., Zahran S., Highfield W., Grover H., & Vedlitz A., Identifying the Impact of the Built Environment of Flood Damage in Texas 

07-08A Brody S., Zahran S., Maghelal P., & Grover H. The rising costs of floods: Examining the impact of planning and development decisions on property damage in Florida 

07-07A Arikatti S., Lindell M., & Prater C. Perceived Stateholder Role Relationships and adoption of Seismic Hazard Adjustments 

07-06A Kang J., Lindell M., & Prater C. Hurricane Evacuation Expectations and Actual Behavior In Hurricane Lili 

07-05A Lindell M., & Prater C. Critical Behavioral Assumptions in Evacuation Analysis for Private Vehicles 

07-04A Lindell M., & Prater C. A Hurricane Evacuation Management Decision Support System 

07-03A Lindell M., Prater C., & Peacock W. Organizational Communication and Decision Making for Hurricane Emergencies 

07-02A Arikatti S., Lindell, M. Prater C. Building Trust among Community Stakeholders 

07-02A Building Trust among Community Stakeholders. (PDF format) Sudha Arlikatti, Michael K. Lindell and Carla S. Prater (2007) Understanding and Responding to Terrorism, H. Durmaz et al. (Eds.), IOS Press, pp. 383-391. 

07-01A Zhang Y., Lindell M., & Prater C. Vulnerability of Community Businesses to Environmental Disasters 

06-14A Saenz R. & Peacock W. Rural People, Rural Places: The Hidden Cost of Hurricane Katrina 

06-13A Prater C., Peacock W., Arlkatti, S. & Grover H. Social Capacit in Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu after the December 2004 Great Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami 

06-12A Brody S. & Ryu H. Measuring the Educational Impacts Of A Graduate Course on Sustainable Development 

06-11A Brody S. & Ryu H. Examining the Impacts of a Graduate Course on Sustainable Development Using Ecological Footprint Analysis

06-10A Brody S. & Ryu H. Measuring the Educational Impacts Of A Graduate Course on Sustainable Development 

06-09A Brody S. Carrasco V. & Highfield W. Measuring the Adoption of Local Sprawl Reduction Planning Policies in Florida 

06-08A Brody S. & Highfield W. Price of Permits: Measuring The Economic Impacts of Wetland Development on Flood Damages in Florida 

06-07A Zahran S., Brody S., Grover H. & Vedlitz A. Climate Change Vulnerability and Policy Support 

06-06A Brody S., Grover H., Bernhardt S., Tang Z., Whitaker & Spencer C. A Multi-Criteria, Spatial Site Suitability Analysis for Oil and Gas Exploration in Texas State Coastal Waters 

06-05A Arlikatti S., Lindell M. & Prater C. Risk Area Accuracy and Hurricane Evacuation expectations of Coastal Residents 

06-04A Lindell M. & Perry R. Onsite & Offsite Emergency Preparedness for Chemical Facilities and Chemical Transportation 

06-03A Lindell M. Regulation of Hazardous Chemicals and Chemical Waste 06-02A Lindell M. Planning and Urban Design Standards 

06-01A Lindell M. & Perry R. Hospital Planning for Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents 

06-01A Critical Behavioral Assumptions in Evacuation Time Estimate Analysis for Private Vehicles: Examples from Hurricane Research and Planning. (PDF format) Michael K. Lindell and Carla S. Prater (2006) Journal of Urban Planning and Development. 

04-05A Conflict on the Coast: Using Geographic Information Systems to Map Potential Environmental Disputes in Matagorda Bay, TX. (PDF format) Samuel D. Brody, et al. (2004) Environmental Management Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 11-25. 

04-04A Hazardous Materials. Michael K. Lindell. (2004). American Planning Association, Planning and Urban Design Standards, New York: John Wiley and Sons. 

04-03A Measuring the collective planning capabilities of local jurisdictions to manage ecological systems in southern Florida. (PDF format). Samuel Brody, Wes Highfield and Virginia Carrasco. (2004). Landscape and Urban Planning, 69, 33-50. 

04-02A Does Location Matter? Measuring Environmental Perceptions of Creeks in Two San Antonio Watersheds. (PDF format). Samuel Brody, Wes Highfield and Letitia Alston. (2004). Environment and Behavior, 36(2), 229-250. 

04-01A Risk Area Accuracy and Evacuation from Hurricane Bret. Yang Zhang, Carla Prater and Michael K. Lindell. Natural Hazards Review, (in press) 

03-13A Preparedness for Emergency Response: Guideline for the Emergency Planning Process. Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (2003). Disasters, 27(4). 336-350.

03-12A Evaluating Ecosystem Management Capabilities at the Local Level in Florida: Identifying Policy Gaps Using Geographic Information Systems. (PDF format). Samuel Brody, Virginia Carrasco and Wes Highfield. (2003). Environmental Management, 32(6), 661-681. 

03-11A Assessing Community Impacts of Natural Disasters. (PDF format). Michael Lindell and Carla Prater. (2003). Natural Hazards Review, 4(4,) 176-185. 

03-10A Examining the Effects of Biodiversity on the Ability of Local Plans to Manage Ecological Systems. (PDF format). Samuel D. Brody. (200). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 46(6), 817-837. 

03-09A Housing Reconstruction after Two Major Earthquakes: The 1994 Northridge Earthquake in the United States and the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake in Taiwan. (PDF format). Jie Ying Wu and Michael K. Lindell . (2004). Disasters, 28(1). 63-81. 

03-08A Are We Learning to Make Better Plans? A Longitudinal Analysis of Plan Quality Associated with Natural Hazards. (PDF format). Samuel D. Brody. (2003). Journal of Planning Education and Research, 23, 2003 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning.,191-201. 

03-07A Public Participation in Natural Hazard Mitigation Policy Formation: Challenges for Comprehensive Planning. (PDF format). David R. Godschalk, Samuel D. Brody & Raymond Burby, (2003). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 46(5), 733-754. 

03-06A Does biodiversity matter? Implementing the principles of ecosystem management in Florida. (PDF format). Samuel D. Brody, In Sustainable Planning & Development, edited by E. Beriatos, C.A. Brebbia, H. Coccossis & A. Kungoios, WIT Press. September 2003. 323-333. 

03-05A Earthquake Beliefs and Adoption of Seismic Hazard Adjustments. (PDF format). David J. Whitney, Michael K. Lindell, & Hannah-Hanh Nguyen. (2004), Risk Analysis, 24(1), 87-102. 

03-04A Mandating Citizen Participation in Plan Making. (PDF format). Samuel D. Brody, David R. Godschalk and Raymond J. Burby. (Summer 2003). Journal of the American Planning Association. 69(3), 245-264. 

03-03A Understanding Citizen Response to Disasters with Implications for Terrorism. (PDF format). Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (2003). Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 11(2), 49-60. 

03-02A Measuring the Effects of Stakeholder Participation on the Quality of Local Plans Based on the Principles of Collaborative Ecosystem Management. (PDF format). Samuel Brody. (2003) Journal of Planning Education and Research,l 22(4), 407-419.

03-01A Implementing the Principles of Ecosystem Management Through Local Land Use Planning. (PDF format). Samuel Brody. (2003). Population and Environment. 24(6), 511-540. 

02-15A  Development of a Decision Support System for Hurricane Evacuation Management. Michael K. Lindell and Carla S. Prater. (2002). Proceedings of the 3rd U.S.-Japan Workshop on Wind Engineering, Seattle, WA.

02-14A  Risk Area Residents' Perceptions and Adoptions of Seismic Hazard Adjustments. (PDF format). Michael Lindell and Carla Prater. (2002). Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 32(11), 2377-2392. 

02-13A  Examining the Role of Resource-Based Industries in Ecosystem Approaches to Management: An Evaluation of Comprehensive Plans in Florida. (PDF format). Samuel Brody.(2003). Society and Natural Resources, 16, 625-641.

02-12A  The Benchmark Land Price System and Urban Land Use Efficiency in Chinese Cities. Chengri Ding. Chinese Geographical Science (In press).

02-11A  Land Policy Reform in China: Assessment and Prospects. (PDF format). Chengri Ding. (2003), Land Use Policy, 20, 109-120.

02-10A  Property Values in Inner City Neighborhoods: The Effects of Homeownership, Housing Investment, and Economic Development. (PDF format). Chengri Ding. (2003). Housing Policy Debate, 13(4), 701-727.

02-09A  Cross-National and Comparative Disaster Research. (PDF format). Walter Peacock. (2002) In Robert Stallings and E.L. Quarantelli (eds), Methods in Disaster Research. (pp, 235-250). Philadelphia:Xlibris.

02-08A Hurricane Mitigation Status and Factors Influencing Mitigation Status Among Florida's Single-Family Homeowners. (PDF format). Walter Peacock. (2003). Natural Hazards Review, 4(3), 149-157.

02-07A  Characteristics and Implications. (PDF format). John Thomas, et al. (2002). Interconnections Between Human Health and Ecological Integrity (pp. 65-95). Pensacola, FL. SETAC Publications.

02-06A  Economic and Toxic Chemical Influences on Rates of Gynecological Cancer Mortality in Texas. (PDF format). John Thomas, B. Qin, and B. Richardson. (2001) Human Ecology Review 9, 43-54.

02-05A  A System Approach to Environmental Hazard Assessments. (PDF format). Kim Galindo and Seong Nam Hwang. (2002). 9th Annual Conference Proceedings of the International Emergency Management Society, (pp. 84-100) Waterloo, ON, Canada.

02-04A  Development of a Decision Support System for Evacuation Management. Michael Lindell and Carla Prater. (2002). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Debris-Flow Disaster Mitigation Strategy, pp 47-71.

02-03A  Recent Developments in Hurricane Evacuation Time Estimation. Michael Lindell, Carla Prater, Ronald Perry, and Jie-Ying Wu. (2002) Proceedings of the US/Taiwan Workshop on National Disaster Reduction. pp. 12-1 - 12-8.

02-02A  The Politics of Emergency Response and Recovery: Preliminary Observations on Taiwan's 921 Earthquake. (PDF format). Carla Prater and Jie-Ying Wu. (2002). The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 17(3),48-59. 

02-01A  Local Government Agencies' Use of Hazard Analysis Information. (PDF format). Michael Lindell, William Sanderson, Seong-Nam Hwang, (2002), International Journal of Mass Emergencies & Disasters, 20(1), 29-39. 

01-07A Modeling Hurricane Evacuation Decisions with Ethnographic Methods. (PDF format). Christina H. Gladwin, Hugh Gladwin and Walter Gillis Peacock. (2001), International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 19(2), 117-143 

01-06A Non-structural Seismic Preparedness of Southern California Hospitals. (PDF format). David J. Whitney, Andra Dickerson and Michael K. Lindell. (2001. Earthquake Spectra, 17(1), 153-171. 

01-04A State Emergency Management Agencies' Hazard Analysis Information on the Internet. (PDF format). Seong Nam Hwang, W. Sanderson, Jr., and M. Lindell, (2001).International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 19(1), 85-106. 01-03A Accounting for Common Method Variance in Cross-Sectional Research Designs. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and David J. Whitney. (2001). Journal of Applied Psychology, 86(1), 1-7. 

01-02A Assessing and Testing Interrater Agreement in Multi-item Rating Scales. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell, (2001). Applied Psychological Measurement, 25(1), 89-99. 

01-01A Community Innovation in Hazardous Materials Management: Progress in Implementing SARA Title III in the United States. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry, (2001). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 88, 169-194. 

00-14A Social Science and Severe Weather Warnings. (PDF format). B. Aguirre. (2000). Storms, Volume 1, edited by Roger A. Peilke, Sr. and Roger A. Peilke, Jr., 98-108. London: Routledge. 

00-13A Emergency Response Training: Strategies for Enhancing Real-World Performance. (PDF format). J. Kevin Ford and Aaron M Schmidt. (2000). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 75, 195-215. 

00-12A Evacuation Time Estimates for Nuclear Power Plants. (PDF format). Thomas Urbanik II. (2000). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 75, 165-180. 

00-11A The Social Psychology of Public Response to Warnings of a Nuclear Power Plant Accident. (PDF format). D. S. Mileti and L. Peek. (2000)). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 75, 181-194. 

00-10A Protective Action Recommendations Based Upon Plant Conditions. (PDF format). T. J. McKenna, (2002). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 75, 145-161. 

00-09A Selection of Protective Action Guides for Nuclear Incidents. (PDF format). C. Conklin and J. Edwards, (2000). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 75, 131-144. 

00-08A An Overview of Protective Action Decision-Making for a Nuclear Power Plant Emergency. (PDF format). Michael K Lindell. (2000). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 75, 113-129. 

00-07A Household Adoption of Seismic Hazard Adjustments: A Comparison of Residents in Two States. (PDF format). Household Adoption of Seismic Hazard Adjustments: A Comparison of Residents in Two States, 

00-06A Household Adjustment to Earthquake Hazard: A Review of Research. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (2000). Environment and Behavior, 32, 590-630. 

00-05A Climate Quality and Climate Consensus as Mediators of the Relationship Between Organizational Antecedents and Outcomes. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and Christina J. Brandt. (2000). Journal of Applied Psychology, 85, 331-348. 

00-04A Member Commitment and Participation in Local Emergency Planning Committees. (PDF format). David J. Whitney and Michael K. Lindell. (2000). Policy Studies Journal, 28, 467-484. 

00-02A The Politics of Hazard Mitigation. (PDF format). Carla S. Prater and Michael K. Lindell. (2000). Natural Hazards Review, 1, 73-82. 

00-01A Correlates of Household Seismic Hazard Adjustment Adoption. Michael K. Lindell and David J. Whitney. (2000). Risk Analysis, 20, 13-25. 

99-02A Assessing Interrater Agreement on the Job Relevance of a Test: A Comparison of the CVI, T, rWG (J) , and r*WG(J) Indexes. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and Christina J. Brandt. (1999). Journal of Applied Psychology, 84, 640-647. 

99-01A A Revised Index of Interrater Agreement for Multi-Item Ratings of a Single Target. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell, Christina J. Brandt, and David J. Whitney (1999). Applied Psychological Measurement, 23, 127-135. 

98-05A The Relationship Between Organizational Context and Job Analysis Task Ratings. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell, Catherine S. Clause, Christina J. Brandt and Ronald S. Landis (1998). Journal of Applied Psychology, 83(5), 769-776. 

98-04A Earthquake Impacts and Hazard Adjustment by Acutely Hazardous Materials Facilities Following the Northridge Earthquake. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (1998). Earthquake Spectra, 14(2), 285-299. 

98-03A Siting Potentially Hazardous Facilities: What Factors Impact Perceived and Acceptable Risk? (PDF format). George O. Rogers. (1998). Landscape and Urban Planning, 39, 265-281. 

98-02A A Test of the Emergent Norm Theory of Collective Behavior. (PDF format). B. E. Aguirre, Dennis Wenger, and Gabriela Vigo. (1998). Sociological Forum, 13(2), 301-32. 

98-01A Reducing Natural Hazard Risks Through State Growth Management. (PDF format). Philip R. Berke, (1998). Journal of the American Planning Association, 64(1),76-85. 

97-10A The Dynamics of Risk Perception: How Does Perceived Risk Respond to Risk Events?George O. Rogers. (1997). Risk Analysis, 17, 745-757. 

97-09A Dynamic Risk Perception in Two Communities: Risk Events and Changes in Perceived Risk George Rogers. (1997)).Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 40, 59-79. 

97-08A Adoption and Implementation of Hazard Adjustments. Michael K. Lindell. (1998). International Journal of Mass Emergencies & Disasters, 15, 327-453. 

97-07A Occupational Safety and Health Inspection Scores Predict Rates of Worker's Lost-Time Injuries. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell. (1997). Accident Analysis and Prevention, 29, 563-571. 

97-06A Aged Citizens in the Warning Phase of Disasters: Re-examining the Evidence. R. W. Perry and M. K. Lindell. (1997). International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 44, 257-267. 

97-05A Measuring Interrater Agreement for Ratings of a Single Target. M. K. Lindell and C. J. Brandt. (1997). Applied Psychological Measurement, 21, 271-278. 

97-04A Hazardous Materials Releases in the Northridge Earthquake: Implications for Seismic Risk Assessment. M. K. Lindell and R. W. Perry. (1997). Risk Analysis, 7, 147-156. 

97-03A Coercive and Cooperative Intergovernmental Mandates: a Comparative Analysis of Florida and New Zealand Environmental Plans. Philip R. Berke, J. Dixon, and N. Ericksen. (1997). Environment and Planning Bulletin: Planning and Design, 24, 451-468. 

97-02A Earthquake Planning for Government Continuity. (PDF format). Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (1997). Environmental Management, 21, 

89-96. 97-01A Principles for Managing Community Relocation as a Hazard Mitigation Measure. (PDF format). Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (1997). Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 5, 49-59. 

96-08A Determining the Migratory Activity Index for a River: An Example from the Brazos River, Texas. B. Marcus Gillespie and John R. Giardino. (1996). Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, 40, 417-428. 

96-07A The Local Emergency Planning Committee: A Better Way to Coordinate Disaster Planning. Michael Lindell, D. Whitney, C. Futch and C. Clause. (1996). In R.T. Silves and W.L. Waugh,Jr. (Eds.), Disaster Management in the US and Canada: The Politics, Policymaking, Administration and Analysis of Emergency Management, (pp. 234-249), Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas Publishers. 

96-06A Identifying and Managing Conjoint Threats: Earthquake-Induced Hazardous Materials Releases in the US. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (1996). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 50, 31-46. 

96-05A Addressing Gaps in Environmental Emergency Planning: Hazardous Materials Release during Earthquakes. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (1996). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 39, 529-543. 

96-04A Multi-Method Assessment of Organizational Effectiveness in a Local Emergency Planning Committee. Michael K. Lindell, D. Whitney, C. Futch, and C. Clause. (1996). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 14, 195-220. 

96-03A Planning for Change and Sustainability in Water Development in Lao PDR and the Mekong River Basin. Jeffrey W. Jacobs. (1996). Natural Resources Forum, 20, 175-187. 

96-02A Adjusting to Climate Change in the Lower Mekong. Jeffrey W. Jacobs. (1996). Global Environmental Change, 6, 7-22. 

96-01A Enhancing Plan Quality: Evaluating the Role of State Planning Mandates for Natural Hazard Mitigation. (PDF format). Philip R. Berke, Dale J. Roenigk, and Edward J. Kaiser. (1996). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 39, 79-96. 

95-15A The Redemption of Citizen Advisory Committees: A Perspective from Critical Theory. Francis M. Lynn and Jack D. Kartez. (1995). In Ortwin Renn, Thomas Webler and Peter Wiedemann (Eds.), Fairness and Competence in Citizen Participation - Evaluating Models for Environmental Discourse (pp. 87-101). Dordrecht::Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

95-14A Mapping Geomorphology: A Journey from Paper Maps through Computer Mapping to CIS and Virtual Reality. J. D. Vitek, John R. Giardino, and J. Fitzgerald. 1996. Geomorphology, 16, 233-249. 

95-13A The Social Organization of Search and Rescue: Evidence from the Guadalajara Gasoline Explosion. B. E. Aguirre, Dennis Wenger, Thomas A. Glass, Marcelino Diaz-Murillo and Gabriela Vigo. (1995). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 13, 67-92. 

95-12A Effects of Organizational Environment, Internal Structure, and Team Climate on the Effectiveness of Local Emergency Planning Committees. Michael K. Lindell and David J. Whitney. (1995). Risk Analysis, 15, 439-447. 

95-11A Assessing Emergency Preparedness in Support of Hazardous Facility Risk Analyses: Application to Siting a US Hazardous Waste Incinerator. (PDF format). Michael K. Lindell. (1995). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 40, 297-319. 

95-10A Field Verification of a Nondestructive Damage Localization and Severity Estimation Algorithm. Norris Stubbs, Jeong-Tae Kim and Charles R. Farrar. (1995). Proceedings of the 13th International Modal Analysis Conference, Nashville, TN, 210-218. 

95-09A Damage Detection in Offshore Jacket Structures from Limited Modal Information. Jeong-Tae Kim and Norris Stubbs. (1995). International Journal of Offshore and Polar Engineering, 5, 58-66. 

95-08A Model-Uncertainty Impact and Damage-Detection Accuracy in Plate Girder. Jeong-Tae Kim and Norris Stubbs. (1995). Journal of Structural Engineering, 121,1409-1417. 

95-07A Promoting Sustainable Land Use: Mitigating Natural Hazards Through Land Use Planning. Timothy Beatley. (1995). in Natural Disasters: Local and Global Perspectives, Insurance Institute for Property Loss Reduction: Boston, MA, 31-36. 95-06A Planning and Sustainability: The Elements of a New Improved? Paradigm. Timothy Beatley. (1995). Journal of Planning Literature, 9, 383-395. 

95-05A Environmental Racism or Inequity: A Comparative Study of Four Ethnic Groups, George O. Rogers. (1995). In Gail E. Thomas (Ed.), Race and Ethnicity in America in the Twenty-First Century: Meeting the Challenge, (pp. 187-204). New York: Taylor-Francis. 

95-04A Mekong Committee History and Lessons for River Basin Development. Jeffrey W. Jacobs,. (1995), The Geographical Journal, 2, 135-148. 

95-03A Environmental Justice and the Professional, Conner Bailey, Kelly Alley, Charles E. Faupel and Cathy Solheim, in Environmental Justice: Issues, Policies, and Solutions, Bunyan Bryant (ed.), Washington, DC: Island Press, 1995, 35-44. 

95-02A  Sustaining Jamaica's Forests: The Protected Areas Resource Conservation Project. Philip R. Berke and Timothy Beatley. (1995). Environmental Management, 19, 527-545. 

95-01A Natural Hazard Reduction and Sustainable Development: A Global Assessment. Philip R. Berke. (1995). Journal of Planning Literature, 9, 368-382. 

94-17A Perceived Characteristics of Environmental Hazards. Michael K. Lindell. (1994). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 12, 303-326. 

94-16A The Timing of Emergency Decisions: Modelling Decisions by Community Officials During Chemical Accidents. (PDF format). George O. Rogers. (1994). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 37, 353-373. 

94-15A Impact of QFD Utilization in the Development of a Nondestructive Damage Detection System for Aerospace Structures. Norris Stubbs and Marcelino Diaz-Murillo. (1994). International Journal of Materials and Product Technology, 9, Concurrent Engineering of Advanced Materials, 3-22. 

94-14A Collective Behavior and Social Movement Theory. B. E. Aguirre. (1994). In R.R. Dynes (Ed.), Disaster, Collective Behavior, and Social Organization, (pp.257-270). Newark: University of Delaware Press. 

94-13A Representation in Comprehensive Planning: An Analysis of the Austin Plan Process. Timothy Beatley, David Brower and William Lucy. (1994) American Planning Association Journal, 60, 185-196. 

94-12A Missing 94-16A Missing 94-15A Motivational and Organizational Factors Affecting Implementation of Worker Safety Training. Michael K. Lindell. (1994). In M.J. Colligan (Ed.), Occupational Medicine State of the Art Reviews: Occupational Safety and Health Training, (pp. 211-239). Philadelphia, PA: Hanley & Belfus. 94-14A Are Local Emergency Planning Committees Effective in Developing Community Disaster Preparedness? Michael K. Lindell. (1994). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 12, 159-182. 

94-11A Planning Effectiveness: Effeciveness of Community Planning for Toxic Chemical Emergencies. Michael Lindell and Marna J. Meir. (1994). APA Journal , 60, 222-234. 

94-10A A Methodology to Identify Material Properties in Pavements Modeled as Layered Viscoelastic Halfspaced Theory. Norris Stubbs, Vikram S. Torpunuri, Robert L. Lytton and Allen H. Magnuson. (1994). Nondestructive Testing: Second Volume, 53-67. 

94-09A A Smart Instrument to Evaluate Roofing System Performance in Hurricanes. Norris Stubbs, Dale Perry and Patricia Lombard. (1994). Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference of NAFIPS, IFIS and NASA, 275-278. 

94-08A Towards Sustainability in the Lower Mekong Basin. Jeffrey W. Jacobs. (1994). Water International, 19, 43-51. 

94-07A Environmental Justice: Mobilization of a Grassroots Social Movement.Conner Bailey, Charles E. Faupel and Kelly D. Alley. (1994). Proceedings, U. S. Agricultural Information Network National Conference -- Rural Information at the Crossroads: Issues and Opportunities, Journal of Agricultural & Food Information, 2, 3-21. 

94-06A Flood-Hazard Problems and Programmes in Asia's Large River Basins. Jeffrey W. Jacobs and James L. Wescoat, Jr. (1994). Asian Journal of Environmental Management, 2, 91-104. 

94-05A Evaluating Environmental Plan Quality: The Case of Planning for Sustainable Development in New Zealand. Philip Berke. (1994). Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 37, 155-169. 

94-04A Planning, Warning, Evacuation, and Search and Rescue: A Review of the Social Science Research Literature. B. E. Aguirre. (1994). Proceedings, U.S.-Russia Seminar on Social Research on Mitigation for and Recovery from Disasters and Large Scale System Hazards, (pp. 210-240). Newark, Delaware: The University of Delaware Disaster Research Center, 210-240. 

94-03A Population and the Detection of Weak Tornadoes. B.E. Aguirre, Rogelio Saenz, John Edmiston, Nan Yang, Elsa Agramonte, Dietra L. Stuart. (1994). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 12, 261-278. 

94-02A The Influence of State Planning Mandates on Local Planning Quality. Philip Berke and Steven French. (1994). Journal of Planning Education and Research, 13, 237-250. 

94-01A Environmental Democracy in Action: The Toxics Release Inventory. Frances M. Lynn and Jack D. Kartez. (1994), Environmental Management, 18, 511-521. 

93-12A Risk Area Residents' Changing Perceptions of Volcano Hazard at Mount St. Helens. Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (1993). In J. Nemec, J. Nigg and F. Siccardi (Eds.), Prediction and Perception of Natural Hazards, (pp. 159-166). Amsterdam: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

93-11A Quick Deals and Raw Deals: a perspective on abuses of public ADR principles in Texas resource conflicts. Jack Kartez. (1993). Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 13, 319-330. 

93-10A Technological Hazards and Their Implications for Natural Hazards Management. Jack Kartez. (1993). Natural Hazards Observer, 17, 1-3. 

93-09A The Human Ecology of Tornadoes. B. E. Aguirre, Rogelio Saenz, John Edmiston, Nan Yang, Elsa Agramonte, and Dietra L. Stuart. (1993). Demography, 30, 623-633. 

93-08A Engineering of the Building Envelope: To Do or Not to Do. Norris Stubbs and Dale Perry. (1993). In Hurricanes of 1994, proceedings of a symposium organized by ASC, Miami, (pp. 10-28). 

93-07A Disaster Education, Household Preparedness, and Stress Responses Following Hurricane Hugo. Charles E. Faupel and Susan P. Styles. (1993). Environment and Behavior, 25, 228-249. 

93-06A Is State-Mandated Planning Effective? Raymond J. Burby, Philip Berke, Linda C. Dalton, John M. DeGrove, Steven P. French, Edward J. Kaiser, Peter J. May, and Dale Roenigk. (1993). Land Use Law & Zoning Digest, 45, 3-9. 

93-05A Time to Shake Up Earthquake Planning. Timothy Beatley and Philip R. Berke. (1993). Issues in Science and Technology, IX, 82-89. 

93-04A Reading Risk: Public Response to Print Media Accounts of Technological Risk.Susanna Hornig. (1993). Science, 2, 95-109. 

93-03A Recovery After Disaster: Achieving Sustainable Development, Mitigation and Equity. Philip R. Berke, Jack D. Kartez and Dennis Wenger. (1993). Disasters, 17, 92-109. 

93-02A Faces In The News: Network Television News Coverage of Hurricane Hugo and the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Susanna Hornig and Lynn Masel Walters. (1993). Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 37, 219-232. 

93-01A Movers and Shakers and PCB Takers: Hazardous Waste and Community Power. Charles Faupel and Conner Bailey. (1993). Sociological Spectrum, 13, 89-115. 

92-13A Aspects of Risk Communication in Two Cultures, George O. Rogers, International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 10, 1992, 437-464. 

92-12A Community Decisions During Chemical Emergencies, George O. Rogers. (1992). Proceedings of the National Research & Development Conference on the Control of Hazardous Materials, (pp. 34-38). 

92-11A Nondestructive Evaluation of Damage in Composite Structures Using Modal Parameters. D. R. Sanders, Y. I. Kim and Norris Stubbs. (1992). Experimental Mechanics, 240-251. 

92-10A Disaster Programs as Technology Transfers: The Case of Puerto Rico in the Aftermath of Hurricane Hugo. B. E. Aguirre and D. Bush. (1992). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 10, 161-178. 

92-09A Protecting Civilian Populations during Chemical Agent Emergencies. George O. Rogers, John H. Sorensen, and Anneta P. Watson. (1992). Chemical Warfare Agents, 357-386. Academic Press, Inc. 

92-08A Environmentalism and Civil Rights in Sumter County, Alabama. Conner Bailey and Charles E. Faupel. (1992). In Bunyan Bryant and Paul Mohai (Eds.), Race and the Incidence of Environmental Hazards: A Time for Discourse, (pp. 140-152). Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 

92-07A An Approach for Deriving Emergency Planning Zones for Chemical Munitions Emergencies. (PDF format). John H. Sorensen, Sam A. Carnes and George O. Rogers. (1992). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 30, 223-242. 

92-06A Hazardous Wastes and Differing Perceptions of Risk in Sumter County, Alabama.Charles Faupel, Conner Bailey and Susan Holland. (1992). Society and Natural Resources, 5, 21-36. 

92-05A The Impact of Disaster Education on Household Preparedness for Hurricane Hugo. Charles Faupel, Susan Kelley and Thomas Petee. (1992). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 10, 5-24. 

92-04A Environmental Politics in Alabama's Blackbelt. Conner Bailey, Charles E. Faupel, and James H. Gundlach. (1992). In Robert D. Bullard (Ed.), Confronting Environmental Racism: Voices from the Grassroots, (pp. 107-122). Boston, MA: South End Press. 

92-03A A National Assessment of Local Earthquake Mitigation: Implications for Planning and Public Policy. Timothy Beatley and Philip R. Berke. (1992). Earthquake Spectra, 8, 1-15. 

92-02A Hurricane Gilbert Strikes Jamaica: Linking Disaster Recovery to Development. Philip R. Berke, Timothy Beatley and Clarence Feagin, (1992). Coastal Management, 21, 1-23. 

92-01A Coastal Zone Management in Texas. Carla Prater. (1992). Environmental and Urban Issues, 20, 23-31. 91-14A Using Information Systems in Emergency Management. George O. Rogers, John H. Sorensen, and J. A. Morell. (1991). Advances in the Implementation and Impact of Computer Systems, 1, 161-181. JAI Press, Inc. 

91-12A Planning for Cooperation in Environmental Dilemmas. Jack D. Kartez. (1991). Journal of Planning Literature, 5, 226-237. 

91-11A The Effects of Ethnicity on Evacuation Decision-Making. Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (1991). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9, 47-68. 

91-10A A Cross-Societal Comparison of Disaster News: Reporting in Japan and the United States. E.L. Quarantelli and Dennis Wenger. (1991). In Lee Wilkins and Philip Patterson (Eds.), Risky Business: Communicating Issues of Science Risk and Public Policy, 97-111. New York: Greenwood Press. 

91-09A Voices in the News: Newspaper Coverage of Hurricane Hugo and the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Susanna Hornig, Lynne Walters and Julie Templin. (1991). Newspaper Research Journal, 12(3), 32-45. 

91-08A The Folly at Folly Beach and Other Failings of U. S. Coastal Erosion Policy. Rutherford H. Platt, Timothy Beatley, and H. Crane Miller. (1991). Environment, 33, 7-32. 

91-07A Technical and Policy-Related Issues in the Application of ATC-20 Post Earthquake Safety Evaluation Guidelines After the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Sherry D. Oaks and Laurence M. Kornfield. (1991). IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 34, 217-222. 

91-06A Local Media Roles in Defining Hazardous Waste as a Social Problem: The Case of Sumter County, Alabama. Charles E. Faupel, Conner Bailey and Gary Griffin. (1991). Sociological Spectrum, 11, 293-319. 

91-05A Diffusion of Emergency Warning: Comparing Empirical and Simulation Results. George O. Rogers and John H. Sorensen. (1991). In C. Zervos (Ed.), Risk Analysis, 117-134. New York: Plenum Press. 

91-04A Adoption of Emergency Planning Practices for Chemical Hazard in the United States. (PDF format). George Rogers and J. Sorensen, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 1991, 3-26. 

91-03A Using Information Systems in Emergency Management. George O. Rogers, John H. Sorensen, and J. A. Morell. (1991). Advances in the Implementation and Impact of Computer Systems, 1, 161-181. JAI Press, Inc. 

91-02A Evacuation in Cancun During Hurricane Gilbert. B. E. Aguirre. (1991), International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9, 31-45. 

91-01A Natural Disaster Studies: Saragosa, TX, Tornado, May 22, 1987, An evaluation of the Warning System. Benigno E. Aguirre, W. Anderson, S. Balandran, B. Peters, and H. M. White. (1991), Committee on Natural Disasters, National Research Council, 1-59. 

90-14A Hurricane Hazard: A Theory of Occupant Safety. Norris Stubbs. (1990). Making Buildings Safer for People During Hurricanes, Earthquakes and Fires, 28-83. 

90-13A Effects of the Chernobyl Accident on Public Perception of Nuclear Plant Accident Risks. Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (1990). Risk Analysis, 10, 393-399 

90-12A Is the Incident Command System a Plan for all Seasons and Emergency Situations?Dennis Wenger, E. L. Quarantelli and Russell Dynes. (1990). Hazard Monthly, 8-12. 

90-11A Citizen Knowledge of Volcano Threats at Mt. St. Helens. Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (1990). The Environmental Professional, 12, 45-51. 

90-10A Predicting Long-Term Adjustment to Volcano Hazard. Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (1990). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 8, 117-136. 

90-09A Preliminary Model of Radon Exposure. George Rogers, N. Hummon, and D. Strom. (19900). In L. Abbot, et al (Eds.), New Risks: Issues and Management, 349-358. New York: Plenum Press. 

90-08A The Damage Assessment Process: The Application of ATC-20 and Effects on Relief and Recovery. Sherry Oaks. (1990). In Robert Bolin (Ed.), The Loma Prieta Earthquake: Studies of Short-Term Impacts, Institute of Behavioral Research, Monograph #50, Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado. 

90-07A Measurement of Areal Fluctuations of Great Salt Lake, Utah, Using Rectified Space Photography. Michael Helfert, R. Molhler, and J. Giardino. (1990). Houston Geological Society Bulletin, 16-19. 

90-06A Crisis Management.Jack D. Kartez, (1990). In J. Newstrom and J. Pierce (Eds.), Windows into Organizations, 45-64. New York: AMACOM-American Management Association. 

90-05A Adaptive Planning for Community Disaster Response. Jack D. Kartez and Michael K. Lindell. (1990). In Robert Sylves and Walter Waugh (Eds.), Cities and Disaster, 5-31. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas Publishing. 

90-04A Seismic Safety Through Public Incentives: The Palo Alto Seismic Identification Program. Timothy Beatley and Philip Berke. (1990). Earthquake Spectra, 6, 57-79. 

90-03A A Deemed-to-Comply Standard for Single and Multifamily Dwellings in High Wind Regions.Dale C. Perry, J. R. McDonald, and C. R. O'Meilia. (1990). Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 36, 181-188. 

90-02A Performance of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics. Dale C. Perry, J. McDonald, and H. Saffir. (1990). Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 36, 985-999. 

90-01A The Strange Life of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics. Dale C. Perry, J. McDonald, and R. Peterson. (1990). Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 36, 255-268. 

89-16A Communicating Threat information for Volcano Hazards. Ronald Perry and Michael Lindell. (1989). In L. Walters, L. Wildins and T. Walters (Eds.), Bad Tidings: Communication and Catastrophe, 47-62. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. 

89-15A Chemical and Nuclear Emergencies: Interchanging Lessons Learned from Planning and Accident Experience. Vernon Adler, John Sorensen, and George Rogers. (1989). Proceeding of the Workshop on Technical Aspects of Emergency Planning, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency and Commission of European Communities, 269-281. 

89-14A Automated Decision Support Systems for Hurricane Mitigation Planning. Philip Berke and Norris Stubbs. (1989). Simulation, 101-109. 

89-13A Warning and Response in Two Hazardous Material Transportation Accidents in the U.S. George Rogers and John H. Sorensen. (1989), Journal of Hazardous Materials, 22, 57-74. 

89-12A Communication of Emergency Warning: Cyclical Process Involving People and Technology. George Rogers. (1989). Disaster Management, 1, 23-32. 

89-11A Chemical Fears: The Social Effects of the Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program. J. H. Sorensen and George Rogers. (1989). Environmental Professional, 11, 385-395. 

89-10A Emergency Planning for Chemical Agent Releases. George Rogers, J. H. Sorensen, J. F. Long, and D. F. Fisher. (1989). Environmental Professional, 11, 396-408. 

89-09A Intergovernmental Consultation and Coordination: Continued Protection of Public Health and Safety Through Public Accountability. D. Feldman, S. Carnes, and George Rogers. (1989). The Environmental Professional, 11, 409-421. 

89-08A Community Planning for Industrial Risk: A Title III Research Agenda. Jack D. Kartez. (1989). Industrial Crisis Quarterly, 3, 1-76. 

89-07A Influences on Local Adoption of Planning Measures for Earthquake Hazard Mitigation. Philip Berke, Timothy Beatley, and Suzanne Wilhite. (1989). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 7, 33-56. 

89-06A Community Preparedness for Hazardous Waste Emergencies. Charles Faupel and Conner Bailey. (1989). I Dennis L. Peck (Ed.), Psychosocial Effects of Hazardous Toxic Waste Disposal on Communities, 139-152. Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas Publishing. 

89-05A Out of Sight is Not Out of Mind: Public Opposition to Ocean Incineration. Conner Bailey and Charles Faupel. (1989). Journal of Coastal Management, 17, 89-102. 

89-04A Cancun Under Gilbert: Preliminary Observations. Benigno E. Aguirre. (1989). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 7, 69-82. 

89-03A The Role of Archives for Comparative Studies of Social Structure and Disaster. Dennis Wenger. (1989). In Gary A. Kreps (Ed.), Social Structure and Disaster, 238-250. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press. 

89-02A Hurricane Vertical Shelter Policy: The Experiences of Florida and Texas. Philip Berke, (1989). Journal of Coastal Management, 17, 118-159. 

89-01A Simulation of Fatalities in Structures Subjected to Hurricane Loading. N. Stubbs, C. Sikorsky, P. Lipnick, and P. Lombard. (1989). Simulation in Emergency Management and Technology, 88-9a3. San Diego, CA: Simulation Councils, Inc. 

88-10A Public Alert and Warning Systems for Chemical Plant Emergencies. John Sorensen, George Rogers, and D. Fisher. (1988). Proceedings of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers Hazardous Materials Spills Conference, Chicago, IL: AICHE. 

88-09A Local Preparedness for Chemical Accidents: A Survey of U.S. Communities. John Sorensen and George Rogers. (1988). Industrial Crisis Quarterly, 2, 89-108. 

88-08A Diffusion of Emergency Warnings. George Rogers and John Sorensen. (1988). Environmental Professional, 10, 281-29. 

88-06A Research-Based Disaster Planning: Conditions for Implementation. Jack D. Kartez and William J. Kelley. (1988). In Louise Comfort (Ed.), Managing Disaster: Strategies and Policy Perspectives, 126-146. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 

88-05A Contingencies Affecting Emergency Preparedness for Hazardous Waste. Charles Faupel and Conner Bailey. (1988). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 6,131-154. 

88-04A Volcanic Disaster Prevention, Warning, Evacuation and Rescue. Dennis Wenger, (1988). Proceedings of the Kagoshima International Conference on Volcanoes, Kagoshima, Japan. 

88-03A Determinants of Local Mitigation Response to Earthquake Hazards.Philip Berke, Suzanne Wilhite, and Timothy Beatley. (1988). In Hajime Umemura (Ed.), Ninth World Earthquake Engineering Conference Proceedings, 557-562. Tokyo: Maruzen Company. 

88-02A Automated Decision Support Systems for Hurricane Mitigation Planning. Philip R. Berke and Norris Stubbs. (1988). Simulation, 101-109. 

88-01A Feedback From the Field. B. E. Aguirre. (1988). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 6, 65-74. 

87-04A Warning Mechanisms in Emergency Response Systems. Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (1987). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 5, 137-153. 

87-03A Time Budget Analysis and Risk Management: Estimating the Probabilities of the Event Schedules of American Adults. N. Hummon, L. Mauro, and George Rogers. (1987). In Lester Lave (Ed.), Risk Assessment and Management, (pp. 365-374). New York: Plenum Press. 

87-02A Planning for Uncertainty: The Case of Local Disaster Planning. Jack D. Kartez and Michael K. Lindell. (1987). Journal of the American Planning Association, 53, 487-498. 

87-01A Evaluating Mitigative Options for Critical Facilities in Hurricane Prone Regions. Norris Stubbs, B.C. Johnson, and P.G. Gregory. (1987). In J.M. Roesset (Ed.), Dynamics of Structures, New York: ASCE.

86-11A Tips for Emergency Managers: Public Information in the Trans-Attack and Early Post-Attack Period. George O. Rogers. (1986). Department of Sociology and University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh.

86-10A Third-Count Census: Data Structures for Emergency Management. George O. Rogers. (1986). Department of Sociology and University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh.

86-09A Emergency Management Use of Third-Count Census Data. George O. Rogers. (1986). University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh.

86-07A Protective Response to Technological Emergency: Risk Perception and Behavioral Intention.Michael Lindell and V. E. Barnes. (1986). Nuclear Safety, 27, 457-467. 

86-06A Warning Human Populations of Technological Hazard. George Rogers and J. Nehnevajsa, Radiological Accidents - Perspectives and Emergency Planning. (1986). In C. Chester, et al (Eds.), Radiological Accidents - Perspectives and Emergency Planning (pp. 357-361). Washington DC: American Nuclear Society, 

86-05A Application of a Computer System for Hurricane Emergency and Land Use Planning. Philip Berke and Carlton Ruch,. (1986). Journal of Environmental Management, 21, 117-134. 

86-04A Estimation of Probability of Frame Failure Resulting From Human Error Using Risk Curves. Norris Stubbs. (1986). National Science Foundation Workshop: "Modelling Human Errors in Structural Design and Construction." 1-24. 

86-03A Structural Risk Management of the Construction Process. Norris Stubbs and Charles Sikorsky. (1986). Journal of the American Institute of Constructors, 10, 25-31. 

86-02A Role Conflict in Crises of Limited Forewarning. George Rogers. (1986) Journal of Applied Sociology, 3, 33-50. 

86-01A Local and National Media Coverage of Disaster: A Content Analysis of the Print Media's Treatment of Disaster Myths. Dennis Wenger and Barbara Friedman. (1986). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 3, 27-50.

85-05A Decisions to Evacuate in Hurricanes: A Social-Psychological Model of Evacuation Decisions. George O. Rogers. (1985). University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh.

85-04A Community Response and Nonrecurring Floods. George Oliver Rogers. (1985). FEMA Agreement #EMW-K-1024 . 

85-03A Fault-Tree Analysis as an Integrative Technique for Safety Assessment in a Wind Hazard. Norris Stubbs and Charles Sikorsky. (1985). Proceedings of the Fifth U.S. National Conference on Wind Engineering, Lubbock, TX: Texas Tech University, 2B1-8. 

85-02A On Determining Public Acceptability of Risk. George Rogers, N. Hummon, and D. Strom. (1985). In Chris Whipple and Vincent Covello (Eds.), Risk Analysis in the Private Sector, New York: Plenum Press. 

85-01A Non-Destructive Evaluation of Damage in Multi-Story Structures,.Norris Stubbs and D. Rials. (1985). In I. Konigshi, a.H.S. Ang and M. Shinozuka (Eds.),Structural Safety and Reliability, (pp. 517-522). Tokyo: Shinto Publishing. 

84-08A Public Perceptions of Industrial Risks: A Free-Response Approach. Timothy C. Earle and Michael K. Lindell. (1984). Low Probability, High Consequence Risk Analysis: Issues, Methods, and Case Studies, 531-550. 

84-07A The Protective Action Decision Model Applied to Evacuation During the Three Mile Island Crisis,. P. S. Houts, M. K. Lindell, T. W. Hu, P. D. Cleary, G. Tokuhata and C. B. Flynn. (1984). International Journal of Mass Emergencies, 2, 27-39. 

84-06A Crisis Response Planning: Toward a Contingent Analysis. Jack D. Kartez. (1984). Journal of the American Planning Association, 50, 9-22. 

84-05A Residential Proximity, Perceived and Acceptable Risk. George Rogers. (1984). In Vincent Covello and Robert Waller (Eds.), Low-Probability/High-Consequence Risk Analysis (pp. 507-520), New York: Plenum Press. 

84-04A  A Computer System for Hurricane Hazard Assessment. Philip Berke, T. Larsen, and C. Ruch. (1984). Comput.Environ.Urban Systems, 9, 259-269. 

84-03A Human Response to Vertical Shelters: An Experimental Note. Carlton E. Ruch. (1984). International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 1,389-401. 

84-02A The Conventionalization of Collective Behavior in Cuba. B. E. Aguirre. (1984). American Journal of Sociology, 90, 541-566. 

84-01A Public Recognition of Hazard. George Rogers. (1984). In Vincent Covello, Lester Lave, Alan Moghissi and V.R.R.. Uppuluir (Eds), Uncertainty in Risk Assessment, Risk Management, and Decision Making, (pp. 103-116). New York: Plenum Press. 

83-04A Nuclear Power Plant Emergency Warning: How Would the Public Respond? Michael K. Lindell and Ronald W. Perry. (1983). Nuclear News, 49-53. 

83-03A Individual Response to Emergency Preparedness Near Mount St. Helens. Michael K. Lindell, R. W. Perry, and M. R. Greene. (1983). Disaster Management, 3, 5-11. 

83-02A Evacuation as Population Mobility. B.E. Aquirre. (1983). The International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 1, 415-438. 

83-01A Methodological, Ideological, and Conceptual-Theoretical criticisms of the Field of Collective Behavior: A Critical Evaluation and Implications for Future Study. B.E. Aguirre and E.L. Quarantelli. (1983). Sociological Focus, 16, 195-216. 

82-04A Warning Confirmation and Dissemination. Thomas Landry and George Rogers. (1982). University Center for Social and Urban Research, University of Pittsburgh.

82-03A Crisis Communications: Ethnic Differentials in Interpreting and Responding to Disaster Warnings. R. W. Perry, M. K. Lindell, and M. R. Greene. (1982). Social Behavior and Personality, 10, 97-104. 

82-02A Threat Perception and Public Response to Volcano Hazard. R. W. Perry, M. K. Lindell, and M. R. Greene. (1982). Journal of Social Psychology, 116, 199-204. 

82-01A Emergency Planning Implications of Local Governments' Responses to Mt. St. Helens. Jack D. Kartez. (1982). Institute for Behavioral Research, Working Paper Series #46, Boulder, CO: Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, University of Colorado. 

81-01A The March 1980 Eruptions of Mt. St. Helens: Citizen Information and Threat Perception. M. R. Greene, R. W. Perry and M. K. Lindell. (1981). Disasters, 5, 49-66. 

80-08A Predisaster Planning to Promote Compliance with Evacuation Warnings. Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (1980). In E. J. Baker (Ed.), Hurricane and Coastal Storms: Awareness, Education and Mitigation (pp. 44-49). Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University. 

80-07A Enhancing Evacuation Warning Compliance: Suggestions for Emergency Planning. R. W. Perry, M. R. Greene and Michael K. Lindell. (1980). Disasters, 4, 433-449.

80-06A Evaluation Criteria for Emergency Response Plans in Radiological Transportation. Michael K. Lihndell and Ronald W. Perry. (1980). Journal of Hazardous Materials, 3, 335-348.

80-05A Public Perceptions of Disaster-Related Behaviors.Thomas F. James and Dennis E. Wenger. (1980). In E. J. Baker (Ed.), Hurricane and Coastal Storms: Awareness, Education and Mitigation (pp. 162-168). Tallahassee, FL: Florida State University. 

80-04A Some Observations on the Nature of Panic Behavior: A Normative Orientation. Dennis Wenger. (1980). Second International Seminar on Human Behavior in Fire Emergencies .

80-03A A Few Empirical Observations Concerning the Relationship Between the Mass Media and Disaster Knowledge: A Research Report. Dennis Wenger. (1980).

80-02A The Effect of Social Influence on Response to Hurricane Warnings. Larry Christensen and Carlton E. Ruch. (1980). Disasters, 4, 205-210. 

80-01A The Long Term Effects of Major Natural Disasters on Marriage and Divorce: An Ecological Study. B. E. Aguirre. (1980). Victimology, 5, 298-310. 

78-04A The Psychological Consequences of Natural Disasters: A Review of Research on American Communities. Ronald W. Perry and Michael K. Lindell. (1978). Mass Emergencies, 3, 105-115. 

78-03A Community Response to Disaster: Functional and Structural Alterations. Dennis Wenger. (1978). In E.L. Quarantelli (Ed.), Disasters: Theory and Research (pp. 17-47). Sage Studies in International Sociology, London: Sage Publications Ltd. 

78-02A Assessment of Brochures & Radio & Television Presentations on Hurricane Awareness. Larry Christensen and Carlton E. Ruch. (1978). Mass Emergencies, 3, 209-216. 

78-01A The American National Red Cross and Image Maintenance: A Research Note. Dennis Wenger and Thomas James. (1978). Mass Emergencies, 3, 55-60. 

77-02A A Review Essay on Dennis S. Mileti, Thomas E. Drabek, and J. Eugene Haas, Human Systems in Extreme Environments: A Sociological Perspective. Dennis Wenger. (1977). Mass Emergencies, 2, 51-59. 

77-01A Organizational Adaptations to Crises: Mechanisms of Coordination and Structural Change. Russell R. Dynes and B.E. Aguirre. (1979). Disasters, 3, 72-74. 

75-01A It's a Matter of Myths: An Empirical Examination of Individual Insight into Disaster Response. Dennis Wenger, James Dykes, Thomas Sebok, and Joan Neff. (1975). Mass Emergencies, 1, 33-48. 

72-01A The Reluctant Army: The Functioning of Police Departments During Civil Disturbances. Dennis Wenger. (1972). American Behavioral Sciences, 326-342.