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Deanne Bird
Deanne Bird
Department of Geography and Tourism, University of Iceland
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The use of questionnaires for acquiring information on public perception of natural hazards and risk mitigation–a review of current knowledge and practice
DK Bird
Natural hazards and earth system sciences 9 (4), 1307-1325, 2009
6852009
Evaluation of morphometric parameters of drainage networks derived from topographic maps and DEM in point of floods
H Ozdemir, D Bird
Environmental geology 56, 1405-1415, 2009
3632009
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
3492012
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
1992017
Volcanic risk and tourism in southern Iceland: Implications for hazard, risk and emergency response education and training
DK Bird, G Gisladottir, D Dominey-Howes
Journal of volcanology and geothermal research 189 (1-2), 33-48, 2010
1692010
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
1522014
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
1412014
Different communities, different perspectives: issues affecting residents’ response to a volcanic eruption in southern Iceland
DK Bird, G Gísladóttir, D Dominey-Howes
Bulletin of volcanology 73, 1209-1227, 2011
1222011
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
1002018
Resident perception of volcanic hazards and evacuation procedures
DK Bird, G Gísladóttir, D Dominey-Howes
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 9 (1), 251-266, 2009
932009
Conceptualizing community in disaster risk management
A Räsänen, H Lein, D Bird, G Setten
International journal of disaster risk reduction 45, 101485, 2020
882020
Testing the use of a ‘questionnaire survey instrument’to investigate public perceptions of tsunami hazard and risk in Sydney, Australia
D Bird, D Dominey-Howes
Natural Hazards 45, 99-122, 2008
882008
Local and Indigenous management of climate change risks to archaeological sites
B Carmichael, G Wilson, I Namarnyilk, S Nadji, S Brockwell, B Webb, ...
Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change 23, 231-255, 2018
752018
Recovery and resettlement following the 2011 flash flooding in the Lockyer Valley
T Okada, K Haynes, D Bird, R van den Honert, D King
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 8, 20-31, 2014
712014
Residents' attitudes and behaviour before and after the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruptions—a case study from southern Iceland
DK Bird, G Gísladóttir
Bulletin of volcanology 74, 1263-1279, 2012
652012
Human response to extreme events: A review of three post-tsunami disaster case studies
DK Bird, C Chagué-Goff, A Gero
Australian Geographer 42 (3), 225-239, 2011
642011
Shared responsibility and social vulnerability in the 2011 Brisbane flood
P Box, D Bird, K Haynes, D King
Natural hazards 81, 1549-1568, 2016
632016
Exploring the circumstances surrounding flood fatalities in Australia—1900–2015 and the implications for policy and practice
K Haynes, L Coates, R van den Honert, A Gissing, D Bird, FD de Oliveira, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 76, 165-176, 2017
612017
Sending a message: How significant events have influenced the warnings landscape in Australia
L Anderson-Berry, T Achilles, S Panchuk, B Mackie, S Canterford, A Leck, ...
International journal of disaster risk reduction 30, 5-17, 2018
382018
Impact of the 2010-11 floods and the factors that inhibit and enable household adaptation strategies
D Bird, D King, K Haynes, P Box, T Okada, K Nairn
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013
372013
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