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Assoc. Prof. Emma Hudson-Doyle, PhD (Volcanology); M. Res; M. Geophysics
Assoc. Prof. Emma Hudson-Doyle, PhD (Volcanology); M. Res; M. Geophysics
Joint Centre for Disaster Research, Massey University, Wellington, NZ
Verified email at massey.ac.nz - Homepage
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What is ‘social resilience’? Perspectives of disaster researchers, emergency management practitioners, and policymakers in New Zealand
AH Kwok, EEH Doyle, J Becker, D Johnston, D Paton
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 19, 197-211, 2016
2092016
Mobile applications in crisis informatics literature: A systematic review
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, E Hudson-Doyle, G Leonard, D Johnston
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 24, 297-311, 2017
1602017
Uncertainty and decision making: Volcanic crisis scenarios
EEH Doyle, J McClure, D Paton, DM Johnston
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 10, 75-101, 2014
1312014
Embodied uncertainty: living with complexity and natural hazards
V Sword-Daniels, C Eriksen, EE Hudson-Doyle, R Alaniz, C Adler, ...
Journal of Risk Research 21 (3), 290-307, 2018
1292018
Submarine pyroclastic deposits formed at the Soufrière Hills volcano, Montserrat (1995–2003): What happens when pyroclastic flows enter the ocean?
J Trofimovs, L Amy, G Boudon, C Deplus, E Doyle, N Fournier, MB Hart, ...
Geology 34 (7), 549-552, 2006
1122006
Assessing emergency management training and exercises
H Sinclair, EE Doyle, DM Johnston, D Paton
Disaster Prevention and Management 21 (4), 507-521, 2012
1092012
Communicating model uncertainty for natural hazards: a qualitative systematic thematic review
EEH Doyle, DM Johnston, R Smith, D Paton
International journal of disaster risk reduction 33, 449-476, 2019
932019
Communicating likelihoods and probabilities in forecasts of volcanic eruptions
EEH Doyle, J McClure, DM Johnston, D Paton
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 272, 1-15, 2014
912014
When the earth doesn’t stop shaking: How experiences over time influenced information needs, communication, and interpretation of aftershock information during the Canterbury …
JS Becker, SH Potter, SK McBride, A Wein, EEH Doyle, D Paton
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2018
782018
Enhancing scientific response in a crisis: evidence-based approaches from emergency management in New Zealand
EEH Doyle, D Paton, DM Johnston
Journal of Applied Volcanology 4 (1), 1-26, 2015
612015
The coalescence and organization of lahars at Semeru volcano, Indonesia
EE Doyle, SJ Cronin, SE Cole, JC Thouret
Bulletin of volcanology 72 (8), 961-970, 2010
562010
Motivations to prepare after the 2013 Cook Strait Earthquake, N.Z
MA Doyle, E.E.H., McClure, J., Potter, S.H., Becker, J.S., Johnston, D.M ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2018
542018
Tsunami response behaviour during and following two local-source earthquakes in Wellington, New Zealand
SA Fraser, EEH Doyle, KC Wright, SH Potter, J McClure, DM Johnston, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 16, 123-133, 2016
542016
Static and flowing regions in granular collapses down channels: Insights from a sedimenting shallow water model
EE Doyle, HE Huppert, G Lube, HM Mader, RSJ Sparks
Physics of Fluids (1994-present) 19 (10), 106601, 2007
532007
The Communication of Uncertain Scientific Advice During Natural Hazard Events
EEH Doyle, DM Johnston, J McClure, D Paton
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 40 (4), 39-50, 2011
522011
Defining conditions for bulking and debulking in lahars
EE Doyle, SJ Cronin, JC Thouret
Geological Society of America Bulletin 123 (7-8), 1234-1246, 2011
502011
Usability factors influencing the continuance intention of disaster apps: A mixed-methods study
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, EEH Doyle, G Leonard, D Johnston
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 50, 101874, 2020
492020
Communicating with the public during an earthquake sequence: Improving communication of geoscience by coordinating roles
A Wein, S Potter, S Johal, E Doyle, J Becker
Seismological Research Letters 87 (1), 112-118, 2015
442015
Understanding end-users' perspectives: Towards developing usability guidelines for disaster apps
ML Tan, R Prasanna, K Stock, EEH Doyle, G Leonard, D Johnston
Progress in Disaster Science 7, 100118, 2020
422020
Stakeholders’ Perspectives of Social Capital in Informing the Development of Neighborhood-Based Disaster Resilience Measurements
AH Kwok, J Becker, D Paton, E Hudson-Doyle, D Johnston
Journal of Applied Social Science 13 (1), 26-57, 2019
412019
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