Nathan Wood
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Community variations in social vulnerability to Cascadia-related tsunamis in the US Pacific Northwest
NJ Wood, CG Burton, SL Cutter
Natural Hazards 52 (2), 369-389, 2010
Influence of potential sea level rise on societal vulnerability to hurricane storm-surge hazards, Sarasota County, Florida
TG Frazier, N Wood, B Yarnal, DH Bauer
Applied Geography 30 (4), 490-505, 2010
Anisotropic path modeling to assess pedestrian-evacuation potential from Cascadia-related tsunamis in the US Pacific Northwest
NJ Wood, MC Schmidtlein
Natural Hazards 62 (2), 275-300, 2012
Stakeholder perspectives on land-use strategies for adapting to climate-change-enhanced coastal hazards: Sarasota, Florida
TG Frazier, N Wood, B Yarnal
Applied Geography 30 (4), 506-517, 2010
Vulnerability of port and harbor communities to earthquake and tsunami hazards: the use of GIS in community hazard planning
NJ Wood, JW Good
Coastal Management, 32 (3), 243-269, 2004
Community variations in population exposure to near-field tsunami hazards as a function of pedestrian travel time to safety
NJ Wood, MC Schmidtlein
Natural hazards 65 (3), 1603-1628, 2013
Tsunami vertical-evacuation planning in the US Pacific Northwest as a geospatial, multi-criteria decision problem
N Wood, J Jones, J Schelling, M Schmidtlein
International journal of disaster risk reduction 9, 68-83, 2014
Vulnerability assessment of a port and harbor community to earthquake and tsunami hazards: integrating technical expert and stakeholder input
NJ Wood, JW Good, RF Goodwin
Natural hazards review 3 (4), 148-157, 2002
Dynamic flood modeling essential to assess the coastal impacts of climate change
PL Barnard, LH Erikson, AC Foxgrover, JAF Hart, P Limber, AC O’Neill, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
Community clusters of tsunami vulnerability in the US Pacific Northwest
NJ Wood, J Jones, S Spielman, MC Schmidtlein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (17), 5354-5359, 2015
Reducing risk from lahar hazards: concepts, case studies, and roles for scientists
TC Pierson, NJ Wood, CL Driedger
Journal of Applied Volcanology 3 (1), 16, 2014
Tsunami exposure estimation with land-cover data: Oregon and the Cascadia subduction zone
N Wood
Applied Geography 29 (2), 158-170, 2009
Variations in city exposure and sensitivity to tsunami hazards in Oregon
N Wood
Scientific Investigations Report, 2007
Estimating daytime and nighttime population density for coastal communities in Oregon
R Sleeter, N Wood
44th Urban and Regional Information Systems Association Annual Conference …, 2006
Pedestrian flow-path modeling to support tsunami evacuation and disaster relief planning in the US Pacific Northwest
N Wood, J Jones, M Schmidtlein, J Schelling, T Frazier
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 18, 41-55, 2016
Variable population exposure and distributed travel speeds in least-cost tsunami evacuation modelling
SA Fraser, NJ Wood, DM Johnston, GS Leonard, PD Greening, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 14 (11), 2975, 2014
The Pedestrian Evacuation Analyst: geographic information systems software for modeling hazard evacuation potential
JM Jones, P Ng, NJ Wood
Techniques and Methods, 2014
Variations in community exposure and sensitivity to tsunami hazards in the state of Hawai'i
N Wood, A Church, T Frazier, B Yarnal
Scientific Investigations Report, 2007
A support system for assessing local vulnerability to weather and climate
A Coletti, PD Howe, B Yarnal, NJ Wood
Natural hazards 65 (1), 999-1008, 2013
The influence of hazard models on GIS-based regional risk assessments and mitigation policies
RL Bernknopf, SJM Rabinovici, NJ Wood, LB Dinitz
International Journal of Risk Assessment and Management 6 (4-6), 369-387, 2006
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