Understanding disaster risk exposure to visitors to the South Island of New Zealand (2019)
Type of ContentConference Contributions - Other
1. Identify the risks posed by disasters to transient population groups in the New Zealand disaster risk management context. 2. Develop novel methods to assess disaster risk for transient populations in space and time, with focus on dynamic exposure and vulnerability. 3. Assess transient population disaster risk for a high disaster risk case study in New Zealand.
CitationDarling M, Wilson T, Bradley BA, Orchiston C, Adams B (2019). Understanding disaster risk exposure to visitors to the South Island of New Zealand. Nelson, New Zealand: QuakeCoRE Annual Meeting.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4010 - Engineering practice and education::401005 - Risk engineering
37 - Earth sciences::3709 - Physical geography and environmental geoscience::370903 - Natural hazards
35 - Commerce, management, tourism and services::3508 - Tourism::350803 - Tourism management
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