Stephanie Chang
Stephanie Chang
Professor, School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) and Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (IRES), University of British Columbia
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TitleCited byYear
A framework to quantitatively assess and enhance the seismic resilience of communities
M Bruneau, SE Chang, RT Eguchi, GC Lee, TD O'Rourke, AM Reinhorn, ...
Earthquake spectra 19 (4), 733-752, 2003
25122003
Measuring improvements in the disaster resilience of communities
SE Chang, M Shinozuka
Earthquake Spectra 20 (3), 739-755, 2004
4602004
Fostering resilience to extreme events within infrastructure systems: Characterizing decision contexts for mitigation and adaptation
T McDaniels, S Chang, D Cole, J Mikawoz, H Longstaff
Global Environmental Change 18 (2), 310-318, 2008
3532008
Measuring post-disaster transportation system performance: the 1995 Kobe earthquake in comparative perspective
SE Chang, N Nojima
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 35 (6), 475-494, 2001
3482001
The regional economic impact of an earthquake: Direct and indirect effects of electricity lifeline disruptions
A Rose, J Benavides, SE Chang, P Szczesniak, D Lim
Journal of Regional Science 37 (3), 437-458, 1997
3381997
Urban disaster recovery: a measurement framework and its application to the 1995 Kobe earthquake
SE Chang
Disasters 34 (2), 303-327, 2010
3192010
HAZUS-MH flood loss estimation methodology. II. Damage and loss assessment
C Scawthorn, P Flores, N Blais, H Seligson, E Tate, S Chang, E Mifflin, ...
Natural Hazards Review 7 (2), 72-81, 2006
2982006
Modeling spatial and economic impacts of disasters
Y Okuyama, SE Chang
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
257*2013
Integrating transportation network and regional economic models to estimate the costs of a large urban earthquake
S Cho, P Gordon, II Moore, E James, HW Richardson, M Shinozuka, ...
Journal of Regional Science 41 (1), 39-65, 2001
2252001
Probabilistic earthquake scenarios: extending risk analysis methodologies to spatially distributed systems
SE Chang, M Shinozuka, JE Moore
Earthquake Spectra 16 (3), 557-572, 2000
2032000
Disasters and transport systems: loss, recovery and competition at the Port of Kobe after the 1995 earthquake
SE Chang
Journal of transport geography 8 (1), 53-65, 2000
2012000
Modeling community recovery from earthquakes
SB Miles, SE Chang
Earthquake Spectra 22 (2), 439-458, 2006
2002006
Life-cycle cost analysis with natural hazard risk
SE Chang, M Shinozuka
journal of infrastructure systems 2 (3), 118-126, 1996
1851996
Infrastructure failure interdependencies in extreme events: power outage consequences in the 1998 Ice Storm
SE Chang, TL McDaniels, J Mikawoz, K Peterson
Natural Hazards 41 (2), 337-358, 2007
1712007
Shaken, shrinking, hot, impoverished and informal: Emerging research agendas in planning
H Blanco, M Alberti, R Olshansky, S Chang, SM Wheeler, J Randolph, ...
Progress in Planning 72 (4), 195-250, 2009
1702009
Empirical framework for characterizing infrastructure failure interdependencies
T McDaniels, S Chang, K Peterson, J Mikawoz, D Reed
Journal of Infrastructure Systems 13 (3), 175-184, 2007
1602007
Toward Disaster‐Resilient Cities: Characterizing Resilience of Infrastructure Systems with Expert Judgments
SE Chang, T McDaniels, J Fox, R Dhariwal, H Longstaff
Risk Analysis 34 (3), 416-434, 2014
1582014
Modeling spatial and economic impacts of disasters
SE Chang, Y Okuyama
Springer, 2004
154*2004
Direct and indirect economic losses from earthquake damage
DS Brookshire, SE Chang, H Cochrane, RA Olson, A Rose, J Steenson
Earthquake Spectra 13 (4), 683-701, 1997
1481997
Disaster vulnerability of businesses in the 2001 Nisqually earthquake
SE Chang, A Falit-Baiamonte
Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards 4 (2), 59-71, 2002
1372002
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