Research Reports

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14-05R (Icon 979.4 KB)  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 (Icon 9.4 MB) 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 (Icon 19.6 MB)  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 (Icon 1.4 MB)  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 (Icon 1.4 MB)  Hood County Disaster Recovery Year 1. Michelle Meyer, David Bierling, John Cooper, Walter Peacock, Shannon Van Zandt, Sara Hamideh, Marccus Hendricks, and Joel Mendez

12-02R (Icon 1.6 MB)  Workshop on Weather Ready Nation: Science Imperatives for Severe Thunderstorm Research. Michael K. Lindell and Harold Brooks

12-01R (Icon 988.1 KB)  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 (Icon 11.7 MB) 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 (Icon 2.0 MB) 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 (Icon 4.2 MB) 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 (Icon 3.6 MB) 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 (Icon 4.1 MB) 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 (Icon 933.9 KB)  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 (Icon 469.4 KB)  Residents’ Responses to the May 1-4 2010 Boston Water Contamination Incident. Michael K. Lindell, Shih-Kai Huang, and Carla S. Prater

10-03R (Icon 592.4 KB) 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 (Icon 10.6 MB) Advancing the Resilience of Coastal Localities: Develping, Implementing and Sustaining the Use of Coastal Resiliency Indicators: A Final Report. 

10-01R (Icon 1.5 MB) 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 (Icon 3.8 MB) 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 (Icon 401.7 KB) 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 (Icon 346.7 KB) 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 (Icon 2.2 MB) 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 (Icon 1 MB) Short-Term Public Shelter Algorithm: A Modified HAZUS Approach.  Yi-Sz Lin, Jing-Chen Lu.

08-05R (Icon 1 MB) Household Dislocation Algorith 3:A Logistic Regression Approach.  Yi-Sz Lin, Walter Gillis Peacock, Jing-Chen Lu, Yang Zhang.

08-04R (Icon 1 MB) Household Dslocation Algorithm 2: An OLS through the Origin Approach.  Walter Gillis Peacock, Yi-Sz Lin, Jing-Chen Lu, Yang Zhang.

08-03R (Icon 7.5 MB) 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 (Icon 274.9 KB) 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 (Icon 243.7 KB) 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 (Icon1 MB) Household Dislocation Algorithm 1: A Modified HAZUS Approach.  Jing-Chen Lu, Walter Gillis Peacock, Yang Zhang, Yi-Sz Lin.

07-02R (Icon14.9 MB) Social Vulnerability Algorithms.  Jing-Chen Lu, Walter Gillis Peacock, Yang Zhang.

07-01R (Icon 380.3 KB) 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 (Icon 118.2 KB) 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 (Icon 1.4 MB) 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 (Icon 1.4 MB) 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 (Icon 2.6 MB) 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 (Icon 13.6 MB) 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 (Icon 1.2 MB) 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 (Icon 1.4 MB) 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 (Icon 1.1 MB) 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 (Icon 673.9 KB) Local Jurisdictions' Evacuation Guidance and Transportation,Carla Prater and Michael Lindell. College Station, TX. HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2002. 

02-03R (Icon 2.1 MB) >Erroneous Beliefs and Earthquake Preparedness. David Whitney, Michael Lindell and Dung-Hanh Nguyen. College Station, TX, HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2002. 

02-02R (Icon 1.6 MB) 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 (Icon 1.4 MB) 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 (Icon 4.7 MB) Elderly Health Needs in Brazos County. Sherry Bame, Editor. Texas A&M University, April 2000. 

00-05R (Icon 67.3 MB) Hurricane Bret Post-Storm Assessment: A Review of the Utilization of Hurricane Evacuation Studies and Information DisseminationPrepared 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 (Icon 6.5 MB) 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 (Icon 1.2 MB)  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 (Icon 1.2 MB) Annual Report 1999, Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center Michael, K. Lindell, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2000. 

99-05R (Icon 1.3 MB) Contra-Flow Strategies for Hurricane Evacuation on Interstate 37Greg Schumann, College Station, TX: Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, 1999. 

99-04R Missing

99-03R (Icon 2.9 MB) 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 (Icon 2.8 MB) A Probable Maximum Loss Study of Critical Infrastructure for Three Caribbean CountriesNorris Stubbs, a report prepared for the Organization of American States, 1999. 

99-01R (Icon 3.3 MB) Documentation of a Methodology to Compute Structural Damage and Content Damage in a Wind EnvironmentNorris 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 CenterMichael 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 (Icon 19.7 MB) 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 (Icon 6.8 MB) 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 (Icon 4.5 MB) 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 (Icon 1.6 MB) 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 (Icon 2.4 MB) 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 (Icon 2.4 MB) 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 (Icon 939.9 KB) 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 (Icon 821.6 KB) 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 (Icon 6.9 MB) 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 (Icon 5.0 MB) 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 (Icon 1.2 MB) 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 (Icon 2.1 MB) 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 (Icon 4.2 MB) 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 (Icon 966.9 KB) Risk Analysis of Residential Fire Detector Performance. Larry Grosse, Jac DeJong, and John Murphy, 1995. 

94-01R (Icon 912.0 KB) Disasters and the Elderly: A Bibliography. Gilbert Browning, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. 

93-07R (Icon 1.6 MB) 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 (Icon 2.4 MB) 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 (Icon 5.6 MB) 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 (Icon 3.6 MB) 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 (Icon 1.9 MB) 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 (Icon 2.5 MB) 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 (Icon 3.7 MB) 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 (Icon 1.9 MB) 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 (Icon 3.7 MB) 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 (Icon 2.3 MB) 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 (Icon 2.2 MB) Linking Hurricane Disaster Recovery to Sustainable Development Strategies: Antigua, West Indies. Philip Berke and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, 1991. 

91-02R (Icon 5.2 MB) 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 (Icon 861.2 KB) 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 (Icon 1.9 MB) 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 (Icon 1.6 MB) 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 (Icon 2.4 MB) 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 (Icon 1.7 MB) 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 (Icon 4.4 MB) 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 (Icon 4.4 MB) 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 (Icon 1.1 MB) 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 (Icon 899.5 KB) 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 (Icon 1012.4 KB) 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 (Icon 1.8 MB) 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 (Icon 1.4 MB) 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 (Icon 5.2 MB) 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 (Icon 896.6 KB) 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 (Icon 2.9 MB) Missing 

85-03R (Icon 673.6 KB) 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 (Icon 998.4 KB) 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 (Icon 803.2 KB) 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 (Icon 5.6 MB) 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.

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