Katharine Haynes
Katharine Haynes
Senior Research Fellow
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Does tomorrow ever come? Disaster narrative and public perceptions of climate change
T Lowe, K Brown, S Dessai, M de França Doria, K Haynes, K Vincent
Public understanding of science 15 (4), 435-457, 2006
Flooding Facebook-the use of social media during the Queensland and Victorian floods
D Bird, M Ling, K Haynes
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 27 (1), 27-33, 2012
Exploring 167 years of vulnerability: An examination of extreme heat events in Australia 1844–2010
L Coates, K Haynes, J O’brien, J McAneney, FD De Oliveira
Environmental Science & Policy 42, 33-44, 2014
Empowering young people and strengthening resilience: Youth-centred participatory video as a tool for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction
K Haynes, TM Tanner
Children's Geographies 13 (3), 357-371, 2015
The roles of children and youth in communicating disaster risk
T Mitchell, K Haynes, N Hall, W Choong, K Oven
Children, youth and environments 18 (1), 254-279, 2008
Australian bushfire fatalities 1900–2008: exploring trends in relation to the ‘Prepare, stay and defend or leave early’policy
K Haynes, J Handmer, J McAneney, A Tibbits, L Coates
environmental science & policy 13 (3), 185-194, 2010
Whose reality counts? Factors affecting the perception of volcanic risk
K Haynes, J Barclay, N Pidgeon
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 172 (3-4), 259-272, 2008
The issue of trust and its influence on risk communication during a volcanic crisis
K Haynes, J Barclay, N Pidgeon
Bulletin of Volcanology 70, 605-621, 2008
Community safety during the 2009 Australian ‘Black Saturday’bushfires: an analysis of household preparedness and response
J Whittaker, K Haynes, J Handmer, J McLennan
International journal of wildland fire 22 (6), 841-849, 2013
Environmental circumstances surrounding bushfire fatalities in Australia 1901–2011
R Blanchi, J Leonard, K Haynes, K Opie, M James, FD de Oliveira
Environmental Science & Policy 37, 192-203, 2014
Disaster risk reduction education in Indonesia: challenges and recommendations for scaling up
A Amri, DK Bird, K Ronan, K Haynes, B Towers
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 17 (4), 595-612, 2017
Volcanic hazard communication using maps: an evaluation of their effectiveness
K Haynes, J Barclay, N Pidgeon
Bulletin of Volcanology 70, 123-138, 2007
Voluntary relocation as an adaptation strategy to extreme weather events
D King, D Bird, K Haynes, H Boon, A Cottrell, J Millar, T Okada, P Box, ...
International journal of disaster risk reduction 8, 83-90, 2014
Nuclear power in Australia: A comparative analysis of public opinion regarding climate change and the Fukushima disaster
DK Bird, K Haynes, R van den Honert, J McAneney, W Poortinga
Energy Policy 65, 644-653, 2014
Influence of location, population, and climate on building damage and fatalities due to Australian bushfire: 1925–2009
RP Crompton, KJ McAneney, K Chen, RA Pielke, K Haynes
Weather, Climate, and Society 2 (4), 300-310, 2010
Children as agents of change for Disaster Risk Reduction: Lessons from El Salvador and the Philippines.
T Mitchell¹, T Tanner¹, K Haynes
‘Shelter-in-place’vs. evacuation in flash floods
K Haynes, L Coates, R Leigh, J Handmer, J Whittaker, A Gissing, ...
Environmental Hazards 8 (4), 291-303, 2009
Framing volcanic risk communication within disaster risk reduction: finding ways for the social and physical sciences to work together
J Barclay, K Haynes, T Mitchell, C Solana, R Teeuw, A Darnell, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 305 (1), 163-177, 2008
Bridging the divide between studies on disaster risk reduction education and child-centred disaster risk reduction: a critical review
A Amri, K Haynes, DK Bird, K Ronan
Children's Geographies 16 (3), 239-251, 2018
Gendered responses to the 2009 B lack S aturday bushfires in V ictoria, A ustralia
J Whittaker, C Eriksen, K Haynes
Geographical Research 54 (2), 203-215, 2016
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