Peer Reviewed Research (Journal and Book Chapters)
MacLean, V. & Gurtner, Y. (2022) “Tornadoes in Australia: are we prepared.” Australian Journal of Emergency Management Vol 37 (3) pp. 25-28
King D & Gurtner Y (2021) "Focusing post-disaster research methodology: reflecting on 50 years of post-disaster research". Australian Journal of Emergency Management, October issue pp.32-39.
Gurtner, Yetta & King David (2021) “Travelling Safely in an Unsafe World – A Shared Responsibility In Wilks, J., Pendergast, D., Leggatt, P., & Morgan, D. (Eds) Tourist Health, Safety and Wellbeing in the New Normal. Springer, New York
Gurtner, Yetta & King, David (2021) “Socio-economic vulnerabilities to natural disasters and social justice” in Chaiechi, T (ED) Economic Effects of Natural Disasters: Theoretical Foundations, Methods and Tools. Academic Press https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-817465-4.00029-7
Law, Lisa, Safarova, Shokhida, Campbell, Andrew & Halawa, Edward (2021) ‘Design for liveability in tropical Australia’, in R. Wallace, S. Harwood, R. Gerritsen, B. Prideaux, T. Brewer, L. Rosenman and A. Dale (eds) Leading from the North: Rethinking Northern Australia Development, ANU Press.
Law L, Azzali S and Conejos S (2021) Planning for the temporary: temporary urbanism and public space in a time of COVID-19. Town Planning Review, 92 (1), pp. 65-74, DOI:10.3828/tpr.2020.48.
Guaralda M, Hearn G, Foth M, Yigitcanlar T, Mayere S and Law L (2020) Towards Australian regional turnaround: insights into sustainably accommodating post-pandemic urban growth in regional towns and cities. Sustainability, 12, Article: 24, p. 10492, DOI:10.3390/su122410492.
King, David & Gurtner, Yetta (2020) “Planning for Demographic Change and Population Loss: land use planning for demographic change after disasters in New Orleans, Christchurch and Innisfail” in Karacsonyi, D., Taylor, A. & Bird, D. (Eds) Demography of Disasters: Impacts for Population and Place. Springer https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-49920-4_6
Schwartz, Steve. (2020). Feature story: Preventative search and rescue. National Emergency Response, 33(2), 12-13.
Boon, Helen J. (2018) Modelling disaster resilience. In: Madu, Christian N., and Kuei, Chu-Hua, (eds.) Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management. World Scientific Publishing, New York, NY, USA, pp. 407-431.
Gibson K, Astuti R, Carnegie M, Chalernphon A, Dombroski K, Haryani A, Hill A, Kehi B, Law L, Lyne I, McGregor A, McKinnon K, McWilliam A, Miller F, Ngin C, Occeña-Gutierrez D, Palmer L, Placino P, Rampengan M, Wynn L, Wianti N and Wright S (2018) Community economies in Monsoon Asia: keywords and key reflections. Asia-Pacific Viewpoint, 59 (1), pp. 3-16, DOI:10.1111/apv.12186.
Gibson K, Hill A and Law L (2018) Community economies in Southeast Asia: a hidden economic geography. In: Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Development. Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 131-141.
Rampengan M, Law L, Gaillard J, Margules C, Boedhihartono A and Sayer J (2018) Mobility and livelihoods: a small island perspective. In: Disaster risk reduction in Indonesia: environmental, social, and cultural aspects. Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, IL, USA, pp. 68-81.
Safarova S, Halawa E, Campbell A, Law L and van Hoof J (2018) Pathways for optimal provision of thermal comfort and sustainability of residential housing in hot and humid tropics of Australia: a critical review. Indoor and Built Environment, 27 (8), pp. 1022-1040, DOI:10.1177/1420326X17701805.
Safarova S, Garnett S, Halawa E, Trombley J, Law L and van Hoof J (2018) Sustainable subdivision design and energy consumption of households in the hot and humid tropical climate of Darwin. In: Sustainable Development Research in the Asia-Pacific Region: education, cities, infrastructure and buildings. World Sustainability Series. Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 421-435.
Goudie D. (2017) Natural Disasters and Evacuations as a Communication and Social Phenomenon. In: Springer Science+Business Media LLC 2017 R.A. Meyers (ed.), Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science, DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-27737-5_186-4 Pp1-40.
King, D & Gurtner, Y. (2017) "Utilising post disaster surveys to understand the social context of floods – experiences from Northern Australia" Flood Damage Survey and Assessment-New Insights from Research and Practice AGU Wiley
Oppermann E, Brearly M, Law L, Smith J, Clough A and Zander K (2017) Heat, health, and humidity in Australia's monsoon tropics: a critical review of the problematization of 'heat' in a changing climate. WIREs Climate Change, 8 (4), Article: e468, DOI:10.1002/wcc.468.
Vachette, A., King, D. & Cottrell, A. (2017) “Bonding, Bridging and Linking Social Capital: A Qualitative Study of the Emergency Management of Cyclone Pam, Vanuatu.” Asia Pacific Viewpoint.
Vachette, A. (2017) “Integrating Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation in Vanuatu: The Art and Practice of Building Resilience to Hazards.” In Weal Filho, W. (Ed.) Climate Change Adaptation in Pacific Countries: Fostering Resilience and Up-keeping Life Quality. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Berlin.
Boon, H (2016) Perceptions of climate change risk in four disaster-impacted rural Australian towns. Regional Environmental Change 16 (1) pp. 137-149
Boon H, Cottrell A and King D (2016) Disasters and Social Resilience: a bioecological approach. Routledge Explorations in Environmental Studies. Taylor & Francis, London, UK
Box P, Bird D, Haynes K and King D (2016) Shared responsibility and social vulnerability in the 2011 Brisbane flood. Natural Hazards, 81 (3), pp. 1549-1568.
Dale A, Vella K, Potts R, Voyce B, Stevenson B, Cottrell A, King D, Babacan H, Boon H, Gooch M and Pert P (2016) Applying social resilience concepts and indicators to support climate adaptation in tropical North Queensland, Australia. In: Climate Adaptation Governance in Cities and Regions: theoretical fundamentals and practical evidence. Wiley, Chichester, UK, pp. 23-43
Gibson, K., Hill, A & Law, L (2016) Re-embedding economies is ecologies: resilience-building in more than human communities. Building, Research and Information 44 (7) pp 703-716
Gurtner, Y (2016)Returning to Paradise: Investigating Long term Tourism Crisis Recovery on the Island of Bali, Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Special Issue: Crisis Response and Recovery for the Tourism Industry. Vol 28. pp. 11-19
King D, Gurtner Y, Firdaus A, Harwood S and Cottrell A (2016) Land use planning for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation: operationalising policy and legislation at local levels. International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 7 (2). pp. 158-172
Nguyen T, Boon H and King D (2016) Vietnamese coastal residents' awareness and attitude to climate change (A case study in Thinh Loc community, Loc Ha district, Ha Tinh province). Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, 5 (1). pp. 31-44
Rampengan, Mercy, Lisa Law, JC Gaillard, Agni Boedhihartono and Jeff Sayer (2016) ‘Engaging communities in managing multiple hazards: Reflections from small islands in North Sulawesi, Indonesia’, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 37:249-67.
Bird D, King D, Haynes K, Box P and Okada T (2015) Sink or swim? Response, recovery and adaptation in communities impacted by the 2010/11 Australian floods. In: Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, pp. 395-406
Dale A, Vella K and Cottrell A (2015) Can social resilience inform SA/SIA for adaptive planning for climate change in vulnerable regions? Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research, 7 (1). pp. 93-104
Maguigad V, King D and Cottrell A (2015) Political ecology, island tourism planning, and climate change adaptation on Boracay Island. Urban Island Studies, 1. pp. 152-179
Maguigad, V., King, D., and Cottrell, A (2015) Political ecology approach to island tourism planning and climate change adaptation: a methodological exploration. Urban Island Studies, 1. pp. 133-151.
Millar, J., Boon, H , King, D , (2015) "Do wildfire experiences influence views on climate change?", International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 7 Iss: 2, pp.124 - 139
Rampengan, Mercy, Boedhihartono, Agni, Margules, Chris, Sayer, Jeffrey, Law, Lisa, Gaillard, J. C., Ong, Tien, and Tran Linh (2015) ‘Agroforestry on an Active Volcanic Small Island in Indonesia: Prospering with Adversity’ Geographical Research 54(1):19-34.
Boon, H (2014) Investigation rural community communication for flood and bushfire preparedness. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 29 (4) pp17 - 25
Boon, H & Pagliano (2014) Disaster education in Australian Schools. Australian Journal of Environmental Education. 30 (2) pp187 - 197
Boon H, Brown, L & Pagliano (2014) Emergency planning for students with disabilities: a survey of Australian schools. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 29 pp. 45-49
Harwood S, Carson D, Wensing E and Jackson L (2014) Natural hazard resilient communities and land use planning: the limitations of planning governance in tropical Australia. Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters, 4 (2). pp. 1-15
Harwood, S., Haynes, K., Bird, D., Govan, J. 2014. "Children’s perception and adaptive behaviours in response to seasonal change and extreme weather in Broome, Western Australia." Australian Journal of Emergency Management 29(1), 39-44.
King, D.; Bird, D.; Haynes, K.; Boon, H.; Cottrell, A.; Millar, J.; Okada, T.; Box, P.; Keogh, D. and Thomas, M. (2014) Voluntary relocation as an adaptation strategy to extreme weather events. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Vol. 8, pp. 83-90
King D., Apan A., Keogh D. and Thomas M. (2014) Adaptation and Resilience in Two Flood Prone Queensland Communities. In Boulter S., Palutikof J., Karoly D. and Guitart D. Natural Disasters and Adaptation to Climate Change. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Griffith University. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, Delhi, Mexico City
Okada T, Haynes K, Bird D, van den Honert R and King D (2014) Recovery and resettlement following the 2011 flash flooding in the Lockyer Valley. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 8. pp. 20-31
Rampengan, M, Boedhihartono, A, Law, L., Gaillard, J and Sayer, J (2014) Capacities in facing natural hazards: A small island perspective, International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 5(4):247-264.
Wensing E, Harwood S, Bird D and Haynes K (2014) Conflicting world views: disjuncture between climate change knowledge, land use planning and disaster resilience in remote Indigenous communities in northern Australia. Geography Research Forum, 34. pp. 92-108
Bird, D.K., King, D. Box, P., Okada, T., Haynes, K. 2013. "Response, recovery and adaptation in flood affected communities in Queensland and Victoria". Australian Journal of Emergency Management. 28(4). 36-43.
Boon, H (2013) Preparedness and vulnerability: and issue of equity in Australian disaster situations. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 28 (3) pp 12-16
Goudie, Douglas (2013) Engaging disaster prone communities; pre-impact media blitzing. Universal Journal of Communications and Network, 1 (3). pp. 95-104.
Goudie, Douglas (2013) Natural disasters and evacuations as a communication and social phenomenon. In: Meyers, Robert A., (ed.) Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science. Springer, New York, USA, pp. 1-40.
Vachette, Astrid (2013) The FRANZ agreement: France's complex involvement in South Pacific regional cooperation on emergency management. International Journal of Emergency Management, 9 (3). pp. 229-247
Altai, Zulgerel, Stoeckl, Natalie, and King, David (2012) Impacts of water demand side policies on Mongolian residential users. Water Practice & Technology, 7 (2). pp. 1-10.
Boon, H., Pagliano, P., Brown, L., & Tsey, K (2012) An assessment of policies guiding school emergency disaster management for students with Disabilities in Australia. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities. 9 (1) pp17-26
Goodman, Helen, and Cottrell, Alison (2012) Responding to a fire threat, gender roles, dependency and responsibility. In: Paton, Douglas, and Tedim, Fantina, (eds.) Wildfire and Community: facilitating preparedness and resilience. Charles C Thomas Publisher, Springfield, Illinois, USA, pp. 281-299.
Thomas, Melanie, King, David, and Fidelman, Pedro (2012) Climate change adaptation in coastal cities: insights from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. International Journal of Climate Change: impacts and responses, 3 (2). pp. 107-127.
Rigg, J, Law L, Tan-Mullins M, Grundy-Warr, C and Horton, B (2012) ‘In the wake of the tsunami: Researching across disciplines and developmental spaces in southern Thailand’, in Matthew Kearnes, Francisco Klausner and Stuart Lane (eds) Critical Risk Research: Practices, Politics and Ethics, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp.173-196
Chagué-Goff, C, Goff, J., Dominey-Howes, D., Nott, J., Sloss, C., Shaw, W. Law, L. (2011) Tropical Cyclone Yasi and its Predecessors, Tsunami Research Centre Miscellaneous Report No. 5 (February), University of New South Wales.
Cottrell, Alison (2011) Engaged and resilient communities: AEMI workshop 17-19 May 2011. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 26 (4). pp. 9-13.
Cottrell A & King D. (2011). Disaster preparation and climate change. in Vanclay F and Esteves AM (Eds) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Advances. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Keogh, Diane, Apan, Armando and Mushtaq, Shahbaz (2011) Resilience, Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity of an Inland Rural Town Prone to Flooding: A Climate Change Adaptation Case Study of Charleville, Queensland, Australia. Natural Hazards Vol 59(2) pp 699-723
King, D. & Apan, A. (2011) Chapter 10: The 2008 Floods in Queensland. In Natural Disasters and Adaptation to Climate Change. edited by Professor Jean Palutikof and Professor David John Karoly. Cambridge University Press
Thomas, M., King, D., Keogh, D. U., Apan, A., & Mushtaq, S. (2011). Resilience to climate change impacts: a review of flood mitigation policy in Queensland, Australia: based on case studies of flood events in 2008. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The, 26(1), 9.
Cottrell A. & King D. (2010). “Social impact assessment as a complementary tool to hazard risk assessment and disaster planning”. Special edition of Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. Vol. 2010-1 pp 1-10
King D. 2010. Issues in Identifying Climate Change Adaptation within Community Hazard Mitigation. International Journal of Emergency Management Vol. 7(3/4) pp269-280
Cottrell, Alison (2009) Women's vulnerability to a seasonal hazard: their capacity to adapt and their resilience. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 3 (1). pp. 4-10.
Goudie DD (2009). Evacuation as a Communication and Social Phenomenon. In (Ed) RA Meyers. Encyclopaedia of Complexity and Systems Science. 3109 – 3142. Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.
Goudie DD (2009). Internalising Survival Values into Science: Sustainability Implementation Science. The International Journal of Science in Society. 1:3; x1- 22. CGPublisher.
King D. & Smithers S. (2009). “Climate Change Migration from Low-Lying small Island Communities.” In Asrar G. Editor Climate Sense. World Meteorological Organisation, Published Tudor Rose, Leicester
Cottrell A & King DC (2008) Understanding communities` needs for information and education. Risk Wise Tudor Rose, United Kingdom 41 - 44
Cottrell A, Bushnell SL, Spillman ME, Newton J, Lowe DJ & Balcombe (2008) Community perceptions of bushfire risk. Community Bushfire Safety, John Handmer, Katherine Haynes (Eds.) CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood VIC 3066, Australia 11 - 20
Horton, Benjamin, Bird, Michael, Birkland, Thomas, Cowie, Susan, Ong, Jin Eong, Hawkes, Andrea, Khoon, Gong Wooi, Law, Lisa, Macgregor, Colin, Tan Shau-Hwai Aileen, Teh, Tiong Sa and Yasin, Zulfigar (2008) ‘Environmental and socio-economic dynamics of the Indian Ocean Tsunami in Penang, Malaysia’, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 29:307-24.
Kench, P. S., Nichol, S. L., Smithers, S. G., McLean, R. F., and Brander, R. W. (2008). Tsunami as agents of geomorphic change in mid-ocean reef islands. Geomorphology. Vol 95 (3/4) pp 361-383
King DC (2008) Reducing hazard vulnerability through local government engagement and action Natural Hazards Vol. 47: 497 - 508
King DC (2008) How people responded to the April 2007 tsunami warning in Cairns and Townsville Australian Journal of Emergency Management Vol. 23: 9 - 19
Rigg, Jonathan, Grundy-Warr, C., Law, L & Tan-Mullins M (2008) ‘Grounding a natural disaster: Thailand and the 2004 tsunami’, Asia Pacific Viewpoint 49(2):137-54.
Balcombe, L. (2007), ‘Bushfires at the urban-rural interface’, in D King & A Cottrell (eds), Communities Living with Hazards, Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Townsville, Qld, pp. 193-214
Bushnell SL & Cottrell A (2007) Living with bushfires: What do people expect? In: Communities Living With Hazards (eds D King & A Cottrell), 215 - 253. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Townsville
Bushnell SL & Cottrell A (2007) Increasing community resilience to bushfire - implications from a north Queensland community case study. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 22 (2), 3 - 9
Bushnell SL, Balcombe LJ & Cottrell A (2007) Community and fire service perceptions of the bushfire issues in Tamborine Mountain: what's the difference? Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 22 (3), 3 – 9
Cottrell A (2007) What is the thing called 'community'?: An example in far north Queensland. In: Communities Living With Hazards (eds D King & A Cottrell), 6 - 17. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Townsville
Cottrell A & King DC (2007) Planning for more bushfires: implications of urban growth and climate change. In: Queensland Planner 23 - 26 (eds K Demasi & J Vas As). Planning Institute of Australia, Queensland Division, Brisbane (4)
Flay S & Nott J (2007) Effect of ENSO on Queensland seasonal landfalling tropical cyclone activity. International Journal of Climatology, 27 (2007), 1327 - 1334
Goudie D (2007) Transport and Evacuation Planning. In (Ed. King and Cottrell) Communities Living With Hazards. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University with Queensland Department of Emergency Services. 48 – 62. 293.
Goudie D (2007). Oral histories about weather hazards in northern Australia. In (Ed. King and Cottrell) Communities Living With Hazards. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University with Queensland Department of Emergency Services. 102 – 125. 293.
Gurtner YK (2007) Phuket: Tsunami and Tourism - a Preliminary Investigation. In: Crisis Management in Tourism (eds E Laws, B Prideaux & K Chon), 217 - 233. CABI (CAB International), Wallingford, UK
Gurtner YK (2007) Crisis in Bali: Lessons in Tourism Recovery. In: Crisis Management in Tourism (eds E Laws, B Prideaux & K Chon), 81 - 97. CABI (CAB International), Wallingford, UK
Gurtner YK (2007) Tourism crisis: Management and recovery in tourist-reliant destinations. In: Communities Living With Hazards (eds D King & A Cottrell), 82 - 101. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Townsville
Kench P, Nichol S, Mclean RF, Smithers SG & Brander RW (2007) Impact of the Sumatran Tsunami on the Geomorphology and Sediments of Reef Islands: South Maalhosmadulu Atoll, Maldives. Atoll Research Bulletin, 544, 103 - 134
King DC (2007) Enhancing resilience and reducing vulnerability: Lessons learned from past disasters. In: Communities Living With Hazards (eds D King & A Cottrell), 33 - 47. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Townsville
King DC (2007) Government, non-government and community organisations in disasters. In: Communities Living With Hazards (eds D King & A Cottrell), 18 - 32. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Townsville
King DC. (2007). “Organisations in Disasters.” Natural Hazards Vol 40 No 3 pages 657-665.
King DC. & Cottrell A. Eds. (2007). Communities Living with Disasters. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University
Hawkes AD, Bird MI, Cowie S, Grundy-Warr C, Horton BP, Hwai ATS, Law L, Mcgregor C, Nott J, Ong J, Rigg J, Robinson R, Tan-Mullins M, Sa TT, Yasin Z & Aik LW (2007) Sediments deposited by the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami along the Malaysia-Thailand Peninsula. Marine Geology, 242 (2007), 169 - 190
Monaghan, J (2007), ‘Fire risk in Aboriginal peri-urban landscapes in northern Australia: Case studies from western Cape York Peninsula’, in D King & A Cottrell (eds), Communities Living with Hazards, Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Townsville, Qld, pp. 156-192
Nott J (2007) The importance of Quaternary records in reducing risk from tropical cyclones. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 251 (2007), 137 - 149
Nott J, Haig JE, Neil H & Gillieson DS (2007) Greater frequency variability of landfalling tropical cyclones at centennial compared to seasonal and decadal scales. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 255 (2007), 367 - 372
Tan-Mullins, M., J. Rigg, L. Law and C. Grundy-Warr (2007) ‘Re-mapping the politics of aid: The changing structures and networks of humanitarian assistance in post-tsunami Thailand’, Progress in Development Studies 7(4):327-44.
Thomas M, Nott J, Murray AS & Price DM (2007) Fluvial response to late Quaternary climate change in NE Queensland, Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 251 (2007), 119 - 136
Thomas M, Nott J, Murray AS & Price DM (2007) Landscape features denoting Late Quaternary environmental change from the Cairns region, northeast Queensland, Australia. In: Quaternary International 418 - 419 (eds NR Catto & T van Kolfschoten). Elsevier
Amman W., Haig J., Huovinen C. & Stocker M. 2006. Editors IDRC Davos 2006: Extended Abstracts. Proceedings of the International Disaster Reduction Conference, Swiss Federal Research Institute
Cottrell, A. (2006) Weathering the storm: Women's preparedness as a form of resilience to weather-related hazards in Northern Australia. In: Disaster Resilience: An Integrated Approach (eds D Paton & D Johnston), 128 - 142. Charles C Thomas Publisher Ltd, Springfield Illinois USA
King, D. (2006). Planning for Hazard Resilient Communities. In: Disaster Resilience: An Integrated Approach (eds D Paton & D Johnston), 288 - 303. Charles C Thomas Publisher Ltd, Illinois, United States
King, D. (2006). Hazard Mitigation in Remote and Indigenous Communities. In: International Disaster Reduction Conference 816 - 819 (eds Amman, Haig, Huovien & Stocker). Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Davos, Switzerland
King, David, Goudie, Douglas, and Dominey-Howes, Dale (2006) Cyclone knowledge and household preparation-some insights from Cyclone Larry. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 21 (3). pp. 52-59.
Kench P., McLean R., Brander R., Nichol S., Smithers, S., Ford M., Parnell K., & Aslam M. (2006). “Geological effects of tsunami on mid-ocean atoll islands: The Maldives before and after the Sumatran tsunami.” Geology; March 2006; v. 34; no. 3; p.177–180
Kench, P. S., Nichol, S. L., McLean, R. F., Smithers, S. G., and Brander, R. W. (2007). Impact of the Sumatran tsunami on the geomorphology and sediments of reef islands: South Maalhosmadulu Atoll, Maldives. Atoll Research Bulletin 544:1-30.
Anderson-Berry, L & King, D (2005) Mitigation of the impact of Tropical Cyclones in Northern Australia through community capacity enhancement. Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change Vol. 10: pp 367 - 392
Buranakul, S., C. Grundy-Warr, B. Horton, L. Law and J. Rigg (2005) ‘The Asian tsunami, academics and academic research’, Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 26(2):244-48.
Cottrell, Alison (2005) Sometimes it is a big ask, but sometimes it's a big outcome: community participation in flood mitigation. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 20 (3). pp. 27-32
Cottrell, A. (2005). Communities and bushfire hazard in Australia: more questions than answers. Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards, 6(2), 109-114.
Goudie, Douglas (2005) Cyclone surge and mass evacuation route issues in Cairns, Australia. In: Proceedings of the International Emergency Management Society, 12th Annual Conference, pp. 2-10. From: The International Emergency Management Society, 12th Annual Conference, 24 - 27 May 2005, Faroe Islands.
King, David C. (2005) Parallel routes to recovery: community priorities and NGO policy in the post civil war reconstruction of Sierra Leone. International Journal of Emergency Management, 2 (3). pp. 149-162.
King, D., A. Cottrell, Goudie, D. & Cunliffe S. (2005). Community Hazard Awareness and Resilience in Northern Australia. Know Risk: UN/ISDR. Official publication of UN WCDR, Kobe, Japan. Leicester, UK, Tudor Rose
King, D. and Gurtner Y. (2005) “After the Wave: A Wake-Up Warning for Australian Coastal Locations” The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Vol. 20 No. 1, February 2005 pp.4-9
Rigg, J., L. Law, M. Tan-Mullins and C. Grundy-Warr (2005) ‘The Indian Ocean tsunami: Socioeconomic impacts in Thailand’, The Geographical Journal 171(4):374-79.
Anderson-Berry L, Keenan T, Bally J., Pielke jr R, Leigh R. & King D. (2004). “Societal, Social and Economic Impacts of WWRP S2000 FDP”. Weather & Forecasting: Journal of the American Meteorological Society. Issue 19 No.1
Cunliffe, S. K. (2004). "Tourism and Culture at Risk." Tourism: An International Journal52(3): 285-291.
Gurtner, Y. (2004) "After the Bali bombing the long road to recovery". The Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Vol. 19 No. 4, November 2004.
Hoogenraad, Wouter, van Eden Ronald & King David. 2004. “Cyclone Awareness Amongst Backpackers in Northern Australia.” Australian Journal of Emergency Management Vol 19 No 2.
King D. (2004). “Understanding the Message: Social and Cultural Constraints to Interpreting Weather Generated Natural Hazards”. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. Vol 22 No 1 pp 57-74
Nott, J., (2004). Palaeotempestology: The study of prehistoric tropical cyclones – a review and implications for hazard assessment, Environment International, Vol. 30: pp. 433-447
Nott, J., (2004). Washed away - people and buildings during tropical cyclones: are Queensland State and local government policies doing enough? Environmental and Planning Law Journal, 21 (3), pp. 227 - 238
Nott, J., (2004). The tsunami hypothesis - comparisons of the field evidence against the effects, on the Western Australian coast, of some of the most powerful storms on Earth. Marine Geology, 208, pp. 1 - 12
Parnell K, (2004). Storm Surge. In: A.S Goudie (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Geomorphology, pp. 999 - 1000. Routledge
Puotinen ML., (2004). Mapping Tropical Cyclone Disturbance of the Great Barrier Reef. The Globe Journal of Australian Map Circle Inc., 55, pp. 31 - 41
Puotinen ML., (2004). Tropical Cyclones in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia, 1910-1999: First Step Towards Characterising the Disturbance Regime. Australian Geographical Studies, 42 (3), pp. 381 - 395
Turton, SM.; Siegenthaler, DT., (2004). Short Communication: Immediate impacts of a severe tropical cyclone on the microclimate of a rain-forest canopy in north-east Australia, Journal of Tropical Ecology, Vol 20: pp. 583-586
Nott, J. (2003). Waves, coastal boulder deposits and the importance of the pre-transport setting. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 210, 269-276.
Nott, J. (2003). Tsunami or storm waves? – Determining the origin of a spectacular field of wave emplaced boulders using numerical storm surge and wave models and hydrodynamic wave equations. Journal of Coastal Research, 19, 348-356.
Nott, J. (2003). Intensity of prehistoric tropical cyclones. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108, D7, 4212.
Nott, J. (2003). The urban geology of Cairns, Queensland, Australia. Quaternary International, 103, 75-82.
Nott, J. (2003). The urban geology of Darwin, Australia, Quaternary International, 103, 83-90.
Nott, J., & Bryant. E., (2003).Extreme marine inundations (tsunamis?) along the Western Australian coast. Journal of Geology Vol.111(6), pp 691-706.
Nott, J. (2003). The importance of prehistoric data and variability of hazard regimes in natural hazard risk assessment - examples from Australia. Natural Hazards 30, 43-58.
King, David (2002) Post disaster surveys: experience and methodology. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 17 (3). pp. 39-47.
King, David (2001) Uses and limitations of socioeconomic indicators of community vulnerability to natural hazards: data and disasters in northern Australia. Natural Hazards, 24 (2). pp. 147-156.
King, David (2000) You're on your own: community vulnerability and the need for awareness and education for predictable natural disasters. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 8 (4). pp. 223-228.
King, David, and Macgregor, Colin (2000) Using social indicators to measure community vulnerability to natural hazards. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 15 (3). pp. 52-57.
Schwartz S. (12-13 July, 2021 accepted). Tourist Centric WiSAR based Preventative Search and Rescue Research. Australian & New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference. Broadbeach.
MacLean, V. (2021, November 8-11) The Twisted Tales of Tornadoes in Australia: understanding dynamic community perspectives [Poster Presentation]
Gurtner, Y Rescue (2020) Museum of Tropical Queensland Rescue Exhibition 30 Nov 2019 – 8 March, 2020 3 March, 2020 Townsville.
Gurtner, Y (2019) “The Challenges of Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia” and “Disaster Research Workshop”, International Seminar and Workshop Universitas Negeri Malang (Keynote) 2-3 October 2019 Malang, Indonesia
Gurtner, Y (2019) “Understanding Crisis Management for Local Disasters”. Townsville Knowledge Exchange Series. Townsville Enterprise 26 March 2019, Townsville.
Law, L (2019 ‘Building resilience/resilience building in Monsoon Asia: Community economies and urban infrastructure projects’, Invited Keynote presentation, Islamic and Sustainable Innovation or Urban and Regional Planning conference, Makassar, Indonesia, 26-27 November.
Law, L. (2019) ‘Happy cities in the tropics’, Invited presentation to the Urbanisation and Happy Cities conference, Kartepe, Turkey, 25-27 October.
Law, L. (2019) ‘Tropical Urbanism: Climate sensitive planning in tropical Australia’, Paper presented to the 1st Sustainable Tropical Urbanism Symposium, James Cook University, Singapore. 27 September.
Gurtner, Y (2018) “Advancing the multi-hazard early warning systems for emergency preparedness and disaster risk management” (Keynote) 12th APEC Senior Disaster Management Officials Forum. 25-26th September 2018 Kokopo Papua New Guinea
Gurtner, Y (2018) “Understanding the Use of Social Media in The Disaster Context – A Tropical Cyclone Debbie Case Study” Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference 21-22 May 2018 Gold Coast.
Gurtner, Y., and Vachette A (2017) “Lessons Learnt from Community Recovery”. Tropical Cyclone Debbie. Tropical Cyclone Debbie Forum. Queensland Tropical Cyclone Consultative Committee Kedron 6 June 2017
Gurtner, Y (2017) “Using Facebook as a Source of Hazard and Risk Information: A Case Study of Tropical Cyclone Debbie” Tropical Cyclone Debbie Forum. Queensland Tropical Cyclone Consultative Committee Kedron 6 June 2017
Scovell, M.D., McShane, C.J., Swinbourne, A.L., and Smith, D.J. (2017) Investigating factors that influence cyclone mitigation behaviour: a pilot study. In: [Presented at the 6th Australian and New Zealand Disaster & Emergency Management Conference]. From: 6th Australian and New Zealand Disaster & Emergency Management Conference, 22-23 May 2017, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.
Gurtner, Y (2016) “Establishing the Context: Social Impact Assessment in Disaster Recovery Planning” International Association of Impact Assessment. 11-14 May 2016 Nagoya, Japan
Gurtner, Y (2016) “Return to Paradise: Investigating Long term Tourism Crisis Recovery on the Island of Bali” (Keynote) CAUTHE Symposium 2016 Crisis Response and Recovery for the Tourism Industry. 12 February, 2016. Sydney.
Vachette, A. (2016) “Grassroots Leadership to Build Resilience in Small Island Developing States” Proceedings 6th International conference on building resilience, New Zealand, 2016, 11 pages.
Vachette, A. (2016) “A culture of preparedness: embracing vulnerability to build resilience” Proceedings 6th International conference on building resilience, New Zealand, 2016, 12 pages.
Vachette, A. (2015) “The Inclusive and Integrated Disaster Networked Governance framework: a conceptual model for analysing the cooperative outcomes of resilience building”. Proceedings of the 5th international conference on building resilience, Newcastle, Australia, 2015.
Bird, D. (2013). "Working together with Indigenous communities to adapt to climate change. Urban North: Dreams and Realities" – Charles Darwin University, Darwin – October 2013
Bird, D., King, D., Haynes, K., Box, P. and Okada, T. (2013). Impact of the 2010-11 floods and the factors that inhibit and enable household adaptation strategies. NCCARF National Adaptation Conference – Sydney – June 2013.
Bird, D., King, D., Haynes, K., Box, P., Okada, T. (2013). Impact of the 2010-11 floods and the factors that inhibit and enable household adaptation strategies. Climate Change, Disasters and Community Adaptation: Celebrating Research of 5 projects of the National Climate Change Adaptation Facility Scheme – James Cook University, Townsville – June 2013
Gurtner, Y (2013) “Planning strategies for flood and hazard mitigation and adaptation”. Climate Change, Disasters and Community Adaptation: Celebrating Research. 3 June 2013, Townsville
Gurtner, Y (2013) “Tourism – reassessing the priorities for effective, sustainable destination recovery” Disaster Recovery and Community Renewal: Current and Future Focus Forum. 6-7 May 2013 Australian Emergency Management Institute, Mt Macedon
Mason, E., Bird, D., Haynes, K., Govan, J. and Carey, N. (2013). "Future change in ancient worlds: the importance of land and sea as cultural identity in Indigenous Australia". NCCARF National Adaptation Conference – Sydney – June 2013.
Bird, D., Carson, D., Harwood, S., Haynes, K., King, D., Larkin, S. Murphy, H., Russell, S., Wensing, E. (2012). Indigenous adaptation to climate change in northern Australia – Inspiring Connections, Institute of Australian Geographers – Macquarie University, Sydney – July 2012.
Bird, D., Canuto, J., Carson, D., Harwood, S., Haynes, K., King, D., Larkin, S. Murphy, H., Russell, S., Wensing, E. (2012). Future change in ancient worlds: a preliminary understanding of Indigenous adaptation in northern Australia – Climate adaptation in action, NCCARF National Adaptation Conference – Melbourne – June 2012.
Boon, Helen, Clark, Brenton, Cottrell, Alison, Stevenson, Bob, Millar, Joanne, and King, David (2012) Lifestyle 'at risk'? The case of Ingham. In: Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference (ANZDMC), pp. 59-74. From: Earth: fire and rain, 16-18 April 2012, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Boon, Helen J., Millar, Joanne, Lake, David, Cottrell, Alison, and King, David (2012) Recovery from Disaster: resilience, adaptability and perceptions of climate change. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast.
Box, P., Bird, D. (2012). Queensland and Victoria flood survey – Part 1: The connection between awareness and action – Inspiring Connections, Institute of Australian Geographers – Macquarie University, Sydney – July 2012.
Millar, Joanne, Boon, Helen, Stevenson, Bob, Cottrell, Alison, King, David, Stelling, Anne, and Rogers, Maureen (2012) Individual and community resilience to natural disasters: a comparison of bushfire and drought events in Victoria. In: Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference (ANZDMC), pp. 285-300. From: Earth: fire and rain, 16-18 April 2012, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Okada, T., Bird, D. (2012). Queensland and Victoria flood survey – Part 2: The connection between insurance and recovery – Inspiring Connections, Institute of Australian Geographers – Macquarie University, Sydney – July 2012.
Stevenson, Bob, Boon, Helen, Clark, Brenton, Millar, Joanne, Cottrell, Alison, and King, David (2012) Recovery from disaster: a case study of individual and community resilience in the face of cyclones. In: Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Disaster and Emergency Management Conference (ANZDMC), pp. 368-386. From: Earth: fire and rain, 16-18 April 2012, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Vella, Karen, Dale, Allan, Cottrell, Alison, and Gooch, M. (2012) Assessing community resilience to climate change. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, pp. 1-5. From: 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, 9-13 July 2012, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Bird, D. (2011). Similarities and differences inherent within each case study – Brisbane and Emerald, QLD and Donald, VIC – NCCARF Synthesis and Integrative Research Project: Investigating factors that inhibit and enable adaptation strategies following the 2010/11 floods – Stakeholder end-of-project Workshop. Emergency Management Queensland Headquarters, Brisbane – December 2011.
Cottrell, Alison, King, David, and Dale, Allan (2011) Planning for uncertainty: disasters, social resilience and climate change. In: Proceedings of the 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, pp. 1-27. From: WPSC 2011 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, 4-8 July 2011, Perth, WA, Australia.
Gurtner Y (2011) “How to measure community capacity and enhance community engagement”. Innovative Emergency Management Conference. Post-conference Workshop (Workshop co-ordinator). 24 March 2011 Citigate Central, Sydney
Thomas, Melanie & King, David (2011) The adaptive capacity of coastal cities vulnerable to climate change impacts: A case study of the 2008 Mackay floods, Queensland, Australia Conference on Environmental Health 2011 - Resetting our Priorities, Salvador, Brazil
Vella, Karen, Dale, Allan, Cottrell, Alison, Pert, Petina, Stevenson, Bob, Boon, Helen, King, David, Whitehouse, Hilary, Hill, Ro, Babacan, Hurriyet, Thomas, Melanie, and Gooch, Margaret (2011) Towards more effective adaptive planning: measuring and reporting social resilience in vulnerable coastal communities facing climate change in tropical Queensland. In: Proceedings of the 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, pp. 1-23. From: WPSC 2011 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, 4-8 July 2011, Perth, WA, Australia.
Keogh D., Apan A., Mushtaq S. (2010) Resilience, Vulnerability and Adaptive Capacity of an Inland Rural Town Prone to Flooding: A Climate Change Adaptation Case Study of Charleville, Queensland, Australia. NCCARF 2010 International Climate Change Adaptation Conference19
King D., Davidson J. & Anderson Berry L. (2010). Disaster Mitigation and Societal Impacts. Global Perspectives on Tropical Cyclones. World Meteorological Organisation, Geneva.
King, David: (2010) Rapporteur 4.4: Societal Impacts of Tropical Cyclones. Seventh International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones. Working group: Jim Davidson, Linda Anderson-Berry, David King. World Meteorological Organisation, La Reunion.
Thomas, Melanie & King, David (2010) The adaptive capacity of coastal cities vulnerable to climate change impacts: A case study of the 2008 Mackay floods, Queensland Engineers Australia conference: Practical Responses to Climate Change 29 September – 1 October 2010, Hilton on the Park, Melbourne
Thomas, M, King, D (2010) The adaptive capacity of urban coastal cities vulnerable to climate change impacts: a case study of social networks from the 2008 disaster flood event in Mackay, Queensland, Australia. NCCARF 2010 International Climate Change Adaptation Conference, Gold Coast
Gurtner, Y (2009) Enhancing Community Capacity in an Era of Increasing Uncertainty. National Climate Change Adaptation Forum 22 – 23 July 2009. Brisbane
King D. (2009). “How Do We Identify Climate Change Impacts Within Community Hazard Mitigation?” Proceedings of the Conference of The International Emergency Management Society, Istanbul, Turkey 7-13 June 2009
Goudie DD (2007) Community safety and disaster risk communication – interactive community links, community media and the web. Conference paper. Emergency Media and Public Affairs conference. National. Brisbane July.
Goudie DD (2007). Integrating the threatened into effective warning systems. Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference 2007. Brisbane. July.
Goudie DD (2007). Planners embracing a growth and contraction future. PIA Qld state planning conference. 47:4. 6-8.
Goudie DD (2007) Poster: Project C4b: Effective risk communications – warnings. Community preparedness, emergency information transfer and uptake. Australasian Fire Authorities/Council and Bushfire CRC Annual conference, Hobart
Goudie, Douglas (2007) Peak oil peak, planning, paths and passing paradigms. In: Queensland State Conference of the Planning Institute of Australia (47), pp. 9-13. From: Queensland State Conference of PIA, 19-21 September 2007, Townsville, Queensland, Australia.
King DC (2007) Tsunami Warning for East Coast of Australia 2nd April 2007: Household Surveys of Cairns and Townsville. In: Tsunami Warning for East Coast of Australia 2nd April 2007: Household Surveys of Cairns and Townsville 1 - 47. Centre for Disaster Studies, Townsville, Australia
King DC. (2007). “Disaster Viewpoints: Adult's And Children's Experiences Of Disaster, Recovery, And Lessons For Mitigation” Proceedings of the Conference of The International Emergency Management Society, Trogir, Croatia.
Gurtner, Y. (2006) “Reactive vs. Proactive: Learning from the Lessons of Bali”. The First Service Management Symposium. School of Management, Curtin Business School. 13-14 November 2006. Perth
Cunliffe, S. K. (2005). Tourism and Cultural Risk Management. Fifth World Archaeological Congress (WAC-5) "Of the Past, for the Future: Integrating Archaeology and Conservation", Washington, DC, USA, Getty Conservation Institute.
Cunliffe, S. (2005) “Tourism Risk Management for Small and Medium Enterprise” BEST EN V Conference, - June 2005, Kingston, Jamaica. (Business Enterprise for Sustainable Tourism – Education Network) Keynote Paper entitled: (paper published in Proceedings).
Goudie D (2005) Cyclone surge and mass evacuation route issues in Cairns, Australia. 12th Annual Conference Proceedings May 2005. The International Emergency Management Society. 12: 2-10.
Gurtner, Y. (2005) “Adversity, Crisis and Resilience; Developing Crisis Management Strategies for Tourism Reliant Destinations” 15th International Research Conference of Council of the Australian Universities Tourism and Hospitality Education. 1 – 5 February 2005 Alice Springs
Gurtner, Y. (2005) “Understanding Tourism Crisis – Case Studies of Bali and Phuket” BEST Education Network Think Tank V “Managing Risk and Crisis for Sustainable Tourism” 16-19 June Kingston, Jamaica
Gurtner, Y. March 31 (2005) After the Tsunami – Harnessing Australian Expertise for Recovery, National Academics Forum. Canberra
King, D. (2005) “The Indian Ocean Tsunami: Lessons for Us.” Invited presentation to Local Government Managers Association Conference. Caloundra, March.
King, D. (2005) “Building Hazard Resistant Communities.” IIR Emergency Management Conference, Sydney June 1st
King D. (2005). “Vulnerability of Remote Area Infrastructure and Lifelines to Tropical Cyclone and Flood Hazards”. Paper published in Proceedings of the Conference of The International Emergency Management Society, Faroe Islands, Denmark
Cottrell A., (2004). Incorporating local knowledge in mitigation for hazardous weather. In: International Conference on Storms 116 - 117 (ed Rex Falls AMOS). Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Brisbane
Cottrell A., (2004). Women and the Wet Season on Northern Australia - An extension of everyday lives. In: Northern Exposure (ed PIA Queensland). Planning Institute of Australia Queensland, Brisbane
King, D. (2004). “Organisations in Disasters”.Hazards 2004 conference at NGRI, Hyderabad December 2-4, 2004.
King D. (2004). Vulnerability of Infrastructure and Economic Assets to Cyclone and Flood: Mitigation Implications for Planners and Hazard Educators. Proceedings of Storms Conference, Brisbane
King, D. (2004). “Community Recovery and NGO Policy in the Developing World: A Case Study of Post Civil War Reconstruction in Sierra Leone.” Proceedings of TIEMS Conference, Melbourne
Goudie DD (2004). More effective weather warning for remote Australian Aboriginal communities. In: International Conference on Storms. Storm Science to Disaster Mitigation (ed AMOS). Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Uniprint, Melbourne
Cottrell, A. (2003) Community Action for Community Safety: A Residents’ Flood Mitigation Committee in Townsville. Paper presented at the Safer Sustainable Communities Conference September 10-12, Canberra.
Cunliffe S, - July 200 3“Risk, Tourism and Future Management Needs”. Hazards Conference Boulder Colorado USA
King, D and Gurtner Y. (2003) “Community Participation in Disaster Response and Recovery”. - Safer Sustainable Communities - 2003 Australian Disaster Conference Emergency Management Australia. 10 – 12 September 2003. Canberra
(approx. total $100,000 per annum)
2020-2021 ($15,000) Gurtner, Y and King, D. Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Contract Research. What does a bushfire prepared community look like?
2017 ($5000) Principle Investigator: Yetta Gurtner. Funding by the Bureau of Meteorology and The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC. Tropical Cyclone Debbie - impacts and implications for exposed communities
2014-2016 (approx. $110,000) Principal JCU Co-ordinator: Alison Cottrell. Australian Emergency Management Institute Regional College of Disaster Management - Graduate Certificate in Emergency Management (with QUT).
2014 (EURO 4,000) Principal Investigator: Astrid Vachette Funding by the German Cooperation – Social Network Analysis for Climate Change in Vanuatu
2014 (A$197,300) Gibson, K., Law, L. and Hill, A. Australian Research Council Discovery Grant DP150102285 Strengthening economic resilience in Monsoon Asia.
2013-2014 ($15,500) Principal Investigator: David King. Funding by Australian Government Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency) and the National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility. Planning, building and insuring: Adaptation of built environment to climate change induced increased intensity of natural hazards.
2013 ($25,000) Principal Investigator: Deanne Bird. Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency - Climate Change Adaption and Indigenous Communities Future Change in Ancient Worlds: Indigenous adaptation in northern Australia.
2013 ($18,000) Principal Investigator: Alison Cottrell. Department of Community Safety - Community preparedness, recovery and resilience: the Townsville tornado of March 2012
2010-2012 ($125,167) Principal Investigator: Helen Boon. Climate Change Adaptation Research Grants Program: Recovery from disaster experience: its effect on perceptions of climate change risk and on adaptive behaviours to prevent, prepare, and respond to future climate contingencies.
Gurtner, Y., and Vachette A (2017) Community Post Impact Assessment – Rapid Appraisal. Tropical Cyclone Debbie. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University
Vachette, A. (2015) “The little handbook of disaster and climate change networked governance structure in Vanuatu.” Centre for Disaster Studies of James Cook University, SCP/GIZ.
Dale, A., Vella, K., Potts, R., Voyce, B., Stevenson, B., Cottrell, A., King, D., Babacan, H., Boon, H., Gooch, M., and Pert, P. (2014) Applying Social Resilience Concepts and Indicators to Support Climate Adaptation in Tropical North Queensland, Australia: benchmark evidence base. Report. James Cook University, Cairns. (Unpublished)
King D., Harwood, S., Cottrell A., Gurtner Y., Firdaus A (2014) “Land Use Planning for Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation: Operationalising Policy and Legislation at Local Levels”. Centre for Disaster Studies, James Cook University, Australia (Input paper submitted for GAR15)
Vachette, A.(2014) “Vanuatu Networking Patterns for Climate Change Adaptation, Disaster Risk Reduction and Management in Vanuatu” Social Network Analysis Report, Part 1. SCP/GIZ
Vachette, A.(2014) “Capitalisation of Capacities of Climate Change and Disaster Risk Organisations acting in Vanuatu” Social Network Analysis Report, Part 2. SCP/GIZ.
Cottrell, A., Vachette, A and King D. (2013) Community Preparedness, Recovery and Resilience: The Townsville Tornado of March 2012. Centre for Disaster Studies prepared for Department of Community Safety (Unpublished)
Bird, D., King, D., Haynes, K., Box, P., Okada, T & Nairn, K (2013) "Impact of the 2010-11 floods and the factors that inhibit and enable household adaptation strategies" Synthesis and Integrative Research Report. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast
King, D, Ginger, J, Williams, S, Cottrell, A, Gurtner, Y, Leitch, C, Henderson, D, Jayasinghe, N, Kim, P, Booth, K, Ewin, C, Innes, K, Jacobs, K, Jago-Bassingthwaighte, M & Jackson, L (2013) Planning, building and insuring: Adaptation of built environment to climate change induced increased intensity of natural hazards, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast
Boon, H., Millar, J., Lake, D., Cottrell, A & King, D (2012) Recovery from disaster: Resilience, adaptability and perceptions of climate change. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast
Maguigad Virgilio (2017) Political Ecology of Tourism and Climate Change Adaptation in the Philippines: Batan, Boracay, and Samal Islands (D. King and A. Cottrell)
Noble, Keith (2016) Resilience: a Lived Experience (D. King and A. Cottrell)
Vachette, Astrid (2016) Networked disaster governance in Vanuatu: the anatomy of an inclusive and integrated system to build resilience in a small island developing state (D. King and A. Cottrell)
Gunawan, Lalu Adi (2015) Adapting to climate change: perspectives from rural communities in Lombok, eastern Indonesia. (Sayer, J, Boedhihartono, I., Turton, S and Law. L)
Moniruzzaman, Md (2015) The impact of extreme climatic events on migration from two communities in Bangladesh (Cottrell, A. and D. King)
Rampengan, Mercy Maggy Franky (2015) Impacts of multiple hazards on small island communities: perspectives from North Sulawesi, Indonesia (Boedhihartono, I., Sayer, J, Law. L and Gaillard J)
Gurtner, Yetta (2014) It's more than tourism: investigating integrated crisis management and recovery in tourist reliant destinations: case studies of Bali and Phuket. (D.King and A. Cottrell)
Cunliffe, S. K. (2004). Some risks are worth taking: tourism risk management in tropical coastal areas (Doctoral Thesis). School of Tropical Environment Studies and Geography. Cairns, James Cook University.
Butterworth, Megan (2018) Key Criteria for Mainstreaming Ecosystem-Based Disaster Risk Reduction at a Local Government Level. Thesis submitted in December 2018 for the degree of Master of Development Practice, James Cook University, Cairns. Australia.
Thomas, Melanie (2010) The resilience and adaptive capacity of urban coastal cities vulnerable to climate change impacts: a case study of the 2008 Mackay floods. Thesis submitted in June 2010 for the degree of M. Applied Science (Tropical Urban and Regional Planning), James Cook University, Townsville, Australia.
Balcombe, L. (2007) Perceptions of Preparedness for Bushfire: A Case Study of Tamborine Mountain. Master of Science thesis, James Cook University, Townsville Australia.
Parison, Sonja (2020) Townsville Community Preparedness for Pet Evacuation: A Critical Issue in Disaster Management. Thesis submitted in June 2020 for the degree of Bachelor of Planning (Honours), James Cook University, Townsville. Australia
Neyenhuis, Jacklyn (2018) Heritage architecture and/in disasters. Thesis submitted in November 2018 for the degree of Bachelor of Planning (Honours), James Cook University, Townsville. Australia
Stupple C. (2008) Community Expectations of the State Emergency Services during the Event of a Disaster, at Townsville, Far North Queensland. Bachelor of Planning Honours Thesis, School of Earth & Environmental Sciences, JCU
Haig, J. (2005). A Preliminary Analysis Of Long Term High Resolution Palaeocyclone Records From Stalagmites - A Far North Queensland Perspective. Honours Thesis, TESAG, JCU.