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  1. “Moving or not?”: Factors affecting community responses to environmental disruption
  2. Evaluation of hazard brochures using topic viewing durations: Application to tsunami evacuation brochures
  3. US Pacific coast communities’ past preparedness and preparedness intentions for Cascadia subduction zone tsunamis
  4. Tsunami preparedness and resilience: Evacuation logistics and time estimations
  5. Improving Cascadia subduction zone residents’ tsunami preparedness: quasi-experimental evaluation of an evacuation brochure
  6. Residents’ information seeking behavior and protective action for earthquake hazards in The Portland Oregon Metropolitan Area
  7. An interdisciplinary agent-based multimodal wildfire evacuation model: Critical decisions and life safety
  8. Correlates of flood hazard adjustment adoption in four coastal communities
  9. Evaluating hazard awareness brochures: Assessing the textual, graphical, and numerical features of tsunami evacuation products
  10. Tsunami preparedness and resilience in the Cascadia Subduction Zone: A multistage model of expected evacuation decisions and mode choice
  11. Community Response to Hurricane Threat: Estimates of Warning Diffusion Time Distributions
  12. The Economic Effects of Volcanic Alerts—A Case Study of High‐Threat U.S. Volcanoes
  13. Multi-hazard perceptions at Long Valley Caldera, California, USA
  14. Community Response to Hurricane Threat: Estimates of Warning Issuance Time Distributions
  15. A tutorial on DynaSearch: A Web-based system for collecting process-tracing data in dynamic decision tasks
  16. Perceptions and expected immediate reactions to tornado warning polygons
  17. Evacuees’ reentry concerns and experiences in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike
  18. Household Evacuation Decision Making in Response to Hurricane Ike
  19. Logistics of hurricane evacuation in Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
  20. The Protective Action Decision Model: Theoretical Modifications and Additional Evidence
  21. Florida Households’ Expected Responses to Hurricane Hazard Mitigation Incentives
  22. Examining Local Coastal Zone Management Capacity in U.S. Pacific Coastal Counties
  23. The logistics of household hurricane evacuation
  24. Built-in resilience
  25. Tsunami Preparedness on the Oregon and Washington Coast: Recommendations for Research
  26. Does Communicating (Flood) Risk Affect (Flood) Risk Perceptions? Results of a Quasi-Experimental Study
  27. Modeling national flood insurance policy holding at the county scale in Florida, 1999–2005
  28. Why People Do What They Do to Protect Against Earthquake Risk: Perceptions of Hazard Adjustment Attributes
  29. Hazard Proximity or Risk Perception? Evaluating Effects of Natural and Technological Hazards on Housing Values
  30. Earthquake recovery of historic buildings: exploring cost and time needs
  31. Vulnerability of community businesses to environmental disasters
  32. Incident Command System as a Response Model Within Emergency Operation Centers during Hurricane Rita
  33. Measuring Tsunami Planning Capacity on U.S. Pacific Coast
  34. Volcanic risk perception and adjustment in a multi-hazard environment
  35. Households' Perceived Personal Risk and Responses in a Multihazard Environment
  36. EMBLEM2: An empirically based large scale evacuation time estimate model
  37. Organizational Communication and Decision Making for Hurricane Emergencies
  38. Hurricane Evacuation Expectations and Actual Behavior in Hurricane Lili
  39. Critical Behavioral Assumptions in Evacuation Time Estimate Analysis for Private Vehicles: Examples from Hurricane Research and Planning
  40. A hurricane evacuation management decision support system (EMDSS)
  41. Risk Area Accuracy and Hurricane Evacuation Expectations of Coastal Residents
  42. Household Decision Making and Evacuation in Response to Hurricane Lili
  43. Recent Issues Regarding rWG, rWG, rWG(J), and rWG(J)
  44. Risk Area Accuracy and Evacuation from Hurricane Bret
  45. Earthquake Beliefs and Adoption of Seismic Hazard Adjustments
  46. Preparedness for Emergency Response: Guidelines for the Emergency Planning Process
  47. Assessing Community Impacts of Natural Disasters
  48. Community innovation in hazardous materials management: progress in implementing SARA Title III in the United States
  49. Nonstructural Seismic Preparedness of Southern California Hospitals
  50. Accounting for common method variance in cross-sectional research designs.
  51. An overview of protective action decision-making for a nuclear power plant emergency
  52. Preface
  53. Correlates of Household Seismic Hazard Adjustment Adoption
  54. A Revised Index of Interrater Agreement for Multi-Item Ratings of a Single Target
  55. Assessing interrater agreement on the job relevance of a test: A comparison of CVI, T, r-sub(WG(J)), and r*-sub(WG(J)) indexes.
  56. Hazardous Materials Releases in the Northridge Earthquake: Implications for Seismic Risk Assessment
  57. Earthquake Planning for Government Continuity
  58. Identifying and managing conjoint threats: Earthquake-induced hazardous materials releases in the US
  59. Effects of Organizational Environment, Internal Structure, and Team Climate on the Effectiveness of Local Emergency Planning Committees1
  60. Assessing emergency preparedness in support of hazardous facility risk analyses: Application to siting a US hazardous waste incinerator
  61. The roles of historical experience and construct accessibility in judgments about alcoholism
  62. Alcohol-related expectancies: Defined by phase of intoxication and drinking experience.
  63. Evaluation criteria for emergency response plans in radiological transporation