Briefing Note 366 [March 2018]
FS-ISAC 2018 Cybersecurity Trends
Briefing Note 365 [February 2018]
Why is Roman concrete more durable than modern concrete?
Briefing Note 364 [February 2018]
Updated GNS Central New Zealand Earthquake Forecast
Briefing Note 363 [January 2018]
Flood Deaths in the Northern Territory
Briefing Note 362 [January 2018]
Hawaii False Alarm Hints at Thin Line Between Mishap and Nuclear War
Australia’s ‘deadliest natural hazard’: What’s your heatwave plan?
“Heatwaves are Australia’s deadliest natural hazard, but a recent survey has found that many vulnerable people do not have plans to cope with extreme heat.
Working with the Bushfire and Natural Hazards Cooperative Research Centre and the Bureau of Meteorology, my colleagues and I surveyed 250 residents and 60 business managers in Western Sydney and the NSW North Coast.”
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Amri, A., Bird, D. K., Ronan, K., Haynes, K., and Towers, B. Disaster risk reduction education in Indonesia: challenges and recommendations for scaling up. Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 17, 595-612, doi:10.5194/nhess-17-595-2017, 2017.
Amri, A. (2015). Challenges in implementing disaster risk reduction education: Views from the frontline in Indonesia. Macquarie University Sydney.
Blong, R., Enright, N., Grasso, P., Preservation of thin tephra. Journal of Applied Volcanology.
Newsletter Volume 17 Issue2
- Weather-related natural disasters 2017: was this a reversion to the mean?
- The Hawaii nuclear alert: how did people respond?
- Risk Frontiers’ Multi-Peril Workbench 2.4 has now been released
Newsletter Volume 17 Issue1
- A Natural Hazard Building Loss Profile for Australia: 1900-2015
- Risk Frontiers’ Annual Seminar: A Provisional Programme
- Weather-related Natural Disasters: Should we be concerned about a reversion to the mean?