Tuvalu: The Maneaba

Publications

  • The fluidity of risk: Variable vulnerabilities and uncertainties of behavioural response to natural and technological hazards.

    2019
    Disaster Prevention and Management
    Vol. 28, No. 5, pp. 636-648.
    Emerald
  • Social impacts of corruption upon community resilience and poverty.

    2017
    Vol 9, No 1.
    Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies.
    African Centre for Disaster Studies, Unit for Environmental Sciences and
  • Disaster research helps

    2017
    The Observer, Sunday 10 September
    Guardian Newspapers, London
  • Four Resilience Boxes

    2017
    Routledge Handbook on DRR Including CCA
    Routledge
    Editor: Ilan Kelman
  • Learning from the history of disaster vulnerability and resilience research and practice for climate change.

    2016
    Natural Hazards
    Chapter in: Vulnerability Assessment in Natural Disaster Risk: A Dynamic Perspective.
    Springer
    Ilan Kelman, JC Gaillard, James Lewis, Jessica Mercer.
  • Edith Kramer (1916–2014)

    2015
    Submitted for publication
  • Cultures and contra-cultures: Social divisions and behavioural origins of vulnerabilities to disaster risk

    2015
    Chapter 8
    Cultures and Disasters: Understanding Cultural Framings in Disaster Risk Reduction
    Routledge
    Eds: Fred Krüger, Greg Bankoff, Terry Cannon, Benedikt Orlowski, Lisa Schipper
  • Island contributions to disaster research.

    2015
    Vol 8, pp 16-37.
    Global Environment.
    The White Horse Press, Cambridge, UK.
    Ilan Kelman, James Lewis, JC Gaillard, Jessica Mercer.
  • Island Vulnerability and Resilience: Combining Knowledges for Disaster Risk Reduction Including Climate Change Adaptation

    2015
    Chapter 7, pp 162-187
    Global Ecologies and the Environmental Humanities: Postcolonial Approaches
    Routledge
    Ilan Kelman, JC Gaillard, Jessica Mercer, James Lewis, Anthony Carrigan
  • Processes of vulnerability in England? Place, poverty and susceptibility.

    2014.
    Vol 23, No 5.
    Disaster Prevention and Management.
    Emerald Group Publishing.
    With Sarah A V Lewis.
  • Excuses flood in, but nothing on climate change

    2014.
    The Guardian: Readers' letters.
    11 February.
    Guardian Newspapers Ltd.
  • The susceptibility of the vulnerable: Some realities reassessed

    2014
    Vol 23, No 1.
    Disaster Prevention and Management
    Emerald Group Publishing
  • The Blue Cover Reports: Natural Hazards Research Working Papers. Department of Geography, University of Toronto.

    2014
    Blue Cover Reports
  • Some realities of resilience: A case study of Wittenberge

    2013
    Disaster Prevention and Management
    Vol 22, No 1.
    Emerald Group Publishing
  • Comment: Two Experiences of Community Driven Vulnerability Reduction: The Cases of Viet Nam and Burkina Faso (John Norton)

    2013
    Vol 34, No 1, Spring 2013, pp 61-62.
    Regional Development Dialogue (RDD).
    United Nations Centre for Regional Development, Nagoya, Japan.
  • Some realities of resilience: An updated case study of storms and sea flooding at Chiswell, Dorset.

    2013
    Vol XXII, No 4, pp300-311.
    Disaster Prevention and Management
    Emerald Group Publishing
  • Creating disasters

    2013
    Vol XXXVII, No 6, July. pp 1, 10-13.
    Natural Hazards Observer
    Natural Hazards Center, Boulder, Colorado, USA
    With Ilan Kelman
  • Origins of vulnerability

    2012
    The Guardian
    Readers' letters, 14 July
    Guardian Newspapers
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Versus Disaster Risk Creation (DRC).

    2012
    PLoS Currents Disasters.
    June 7.
    Public Library of Science, San Fransisco & Cambridge, UK.
    With Ilan Kelman
  • Corruption and post-disaster reconstruction (Box)

    2011
    The Handbook of Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction
    Routledge, London
  • Participatory action research for dealing with disasters on Small Island Developing States

    2011
    Island Studies Journal - Vol. 6, No. 1, May 2011 Pages 59 - 86
    Institute of Island Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
    Ilan Kelman, James Lewis, JC Gaillard, and Jessica Mercer
  • A Route to Freedom: Calais, Marienburg, Wittenberge.

    2011
    Submitted for translation and publication in Germany.
  • Corruption Costs Lives

    2011
    A guide for journalists covering disaster risk reduction
    Annex III, pp183-185
    United Nations: International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
  • The Pat Reid Lecture 2010. Corruption: The hidden perpetrator of under-development and vulnerability to natural hazards and disasters

    2011
    Jàmbá
    Vol 3, No 2, pp 464-475
    African Centre for Disaster Studies, North West University, Potchefstroom, Republic of South Africa
    http://www.jamba.org.za/index.php/jamba/search/results
  • Cultures, contra-cultures and vulnerabilities

    2011
    Cultures and Disasters Conference 2011
    Centre for Interdisciplinary Research (ZiF)
    University of Bielefeld, Germany
  • Climate-proofing development: corruption risks in adaptation infrastructure

    2011
    Global Corruption Report 2011
    Corruption & Climate Change; Part 5, Item 5.3
    Transparency International, Berlin
  • Racial differentiation and social vulnerability in South Africa: Some elementary observations

    2011

  • Preservation or Conservation ?

    2011
    Issue 121 Autumn.
    All Around Marshfield
    Marshfield Publications
  • Is “fear itself” the only thing we have to fear?

    2011
    Explorations of psychology in perceptions of the vulnerability of others
    2011-3, pp 89-103.
    The Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies
    (with Ilan Kelman and Sarah A V Lewis).
  • Vulnerability, fear, denial and the social geography of risk

    2010
    Invited Paper delivered at the 2010 Annual Conference of the Disaster Management Institute of Southern Africa, Jeffrey’s Bay.
    Disaster Management Institute of Southern Africa
  • Places, people and perpetuity: Community capacities in ecologies of catastrophe

    2010
    ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 9/2 pp191-220.
    (with Ilan Kelman)
  • Press subjugation and perceived corruption in sixteen selected earthquake-prone countries

    2010
    Datum International

  • Some precedents for post-earthquake reconstruction: A bibliography of the work of Adolf Ciborowski

    2010
    RADIX
  • Half a century of mono-, multi-, inter- and trans-disciplinarity: A personal perspective

    2010
    Discussion note submitted for the EC 6th Framework MICRODIS Project “Closing the Gaps: European Symposium on Integration Strategies for Extreme Events”
    University of Northumbria
  • Conserving the past at the cost of the future? Self sufficiency and sustainability in Marshfield, South Gloucestershire

    2009

  • Housing, flooding and risk-ecology: Thames Estuary south-shoreland and north Kent

    2009
    Journal of Architectural and Planning Research 26/1
    pp14-29
    (with Ilan Kelman)
  • Perfidy in paradise? Islands' exogenous appropriation and indigenous maladministration. Some recent and continuing reported cases:

    2009
  • Ambulances for Bangladesh: A microcosm of technical assistance

    2009

  • An Island Characteristic: Derivative vulnerabilities to indigenous and exogenous hazards

    2009
    Shima 3/1
  • European Islands: Permanently populated Regions, Territories, Provinces, Colonies & Dependencies

    2008
  • The artist as witness: Zainul Abedin and the Bengal Famine of 1943

    2008
    RADIX 18.1.09

  • Corruption and earthquake destruction: Observations on events in Turkey, Italy and China

    2008
    RADIX
    25.5.08, Revised November 2010

  • The Creation of Cultures of Risk

    2008
    Political and commercial decisions as causes of vulnerability for others
    An Anthology. September
  • How corruption can prevent the implementation of disaster risk reduction policies.

    2008
    Corruption costs lives. Annex 3.
    Disaster through a distant lens: Behind every effect there is a cause. A guide to journalists covering disaster reduction.
    United Nations
  • The Worm in the Bud: Corruption, construction and catastrophe

    2008
    Chapter 12 in: Hazards and the Built Environment
    Taylor & Francis
    Lee Bosher: Ed
  • Typhoons and floods in Vietnam: Measures for disaster reduction in contexts of climate change

    2007
  • Climate and disaster reduction

    2007
    Tiempo Climate Newswatch
    Climate Research Unit, University of East Anglia

  • COMMENT: Climate Change and Human Security

    2007
    RADIX
    Wisner, B et al
  • Volcanic and other vicissitudes: the deep-sea port of Rabaul

    2006
    RADIX
  • Fighting for fairness in Bangladesh

    2006
    The Guardian Letters 12 December
  • Ecology and Vulnerability: Islands and sustainable risk management

    2005
    INSULA International Journal of Island Affairs
    Dossier: Resilience and vulnerability Year 14 No 2 pp5-12 December
    INSULA / UNESCO, Paris
    Kelman, Ilan & Lewis, James
  • Re: The Pakistan quake: Why 10,000 schools collapsed

    2005
    RADIX
    31.12.05
  • Earthquake destruction: corruption on the fault line

    2005
    Global Corruption Report 2005
    Corruption in Construction Part 1. pp23-30
    Transparency International, Berlin
  • Housing construction in earthquake-prone places: Perspectives, priorities and projections for development

    2003
    Australian Journal of Disaster Management
    18/2 May
  • The Algerian earthquakes of May 2003: Some precedents for reconstruction

    2003
    RADIX
  • Why do Schools and Hospitals Collapse in Earthquakes ?

    2003
    Exchange; UN Chronicle No 3 2003
    p49
    with Ben Wisner
  • Pieces of the continent: An island anthology

    2003
  • Lugs, stubs, brackets, clamps, and dowels - and bolts into the concrete: Window fixings at the Bauhaus

    2003
    DOCOMOMO Journal 28
    pp 83-93 March
    DOCOMOMO International Secretariat, Paris
  • Improved building construction ? Knowing versus doing

    2001
    RADIX - Knowing versus doing
  • Continuum or Contiguum? Development for survival and vulnerability reduction

    2001
    Paper presented: Session VI: Disaster and Development - a vital connection
    5th ESA Conference Helsinki September
  • LETTER: Two Christmas Islands

    2001
    The Guardian
    Letters 29 December
  • The UK Overseas Territories and natural disaster occurrence

    2000
  • How does the bolt get into the concrete ? Fixing in the frame; from Bauhaus to Bangladesh

    2000
    DOCOMOMO Journal 23
    pp43-50 August
    Delft University of Technology
  • Marshfield earthquakes and other hazards

    2000
    All Around Marshfield. October.
  • Development in Disaster-prone Places: Studies in Vulnerability

    1999
    IT Publications, London
    Electronic format forthcoming (Practical Action March 2013)

    Includes five case studies of vulnerability description and analysis:

    • Volcano in Tonga
    • Some perspectives on natural disaster vulnerability in Tonga
    • A multi-hazard history of Antigua
    • Vulnerability to a cyclone: Damage distribution in Sri Lanka
    • Change, and vulnerability to a natural hazard: Chiswell, Dorset.
  • Cyclone-resistant domestic construction in Bangladesh

    1999
    Implementing Hazard-resistant Housing
    (pp 29-38)
    Proceedings of the First International Housing and Hazards Workshop, Dhaka, 1996, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET)/Housing & Hazards Group, University of Exeter
    (with Malcolm P Chisholm), Hodgson, R L P; Salek, M S; Choudhury, J R: Eds
  • Water for toilets and drinking in cyclone shelters: Bangladesh Cyclone Shelter Preparatory Project

    1998
    Paper 9 in Lessons Learned from NGO Experiences in the Water and Sanitation Sector
    WELL (Water & Environmental Health in Developing Countries) University of Loughborough
    Smout, Ian; Parry-Jones, Sarah: Eds
  • Development, vulnerability and disaster reduction: Bangladesh cyclone shelter projects and their implications

    1997
    Chapter 4 in Reconstruction After Disaster: Issues and Practices
    (pp45-56)
    Awotona, Adenrele: Ed. Ashgate
  • Some eruptions over Montserrat

    1997
    The Guardian Letters 28 August
  • Three Caribbean Volcanoes: Island history, geography and vulnerability

    1997
    Stop Disasters 32/11
    IDNDR Secretariat Geneva
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY References on Cyclone Shelters in Bangladesh (dual-purpose design, construction, integration and management)

    1996
    Newsletter European Network of Bangladesh Studies Issue No 9
    pp20-31 April.
    University of Bath
  • REPORT: Evaluation: Post-flood Rehabilitation II Project (North Western Bangladesh) and Mid-term Review: Primary Schools cum Cyclone Shelter Project (South Eastern Bangladesh)

    1995
    Combined mission; field visits from Dhaka, inclusive of Bogra, Chokeria, Cox’s Bazaar, Kutubdia, Noakhali, Rajshahi and Sandwip
    European Commission DG1
    Datum International
  • Reconstruction, development and disaster reduction:The provision of cyclone shelters in coastal Bangladesh. A case for Integrated coastal zone management?

    1995
    Case Study
    Centre for Tropical Coastal Zone Management Studies, University of Newcastle
  • Volcanoes and War in Papua New Guinea

    1994
    Stop Disasters No 21
    p20
    IDNDR Secretariat Geneva September/October
  • Earthquakes and War in Algeria

    1994
    Stop Disasters No 21 IDNDR Secretariat Geneva & The Environmentalist 14/3
    UNHabitat / UNEP Continuum from Relief to Development
  • Disasters, conflict and recovery: What kind of development for sustainability and vulnerability reduction?

    1994
    Reconstruction After Disaster: The State of the Art
    Centre for Architectural Research Overseas (CARDO), School of Architecture, University of Newcastle.
  • Vulnerability reduction, Survival and Sustainability: What kind of Development ?

    1994
    Seminar: Civil Strife and Relief: Within the Context of the Continuum from Relief to Development
    Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
  • Building for Global Warming: Design for climate change

    1993
    Architects' Journal 197/24
    p54-55 16 June
  • REPORT Cyclone Shelter Project, Bangladesh: Preparatory Study

    1993
    Preparation of Terms of Reference:
    Field mission to Dhaka, Kutubdia, Chokeria, Patuakhali and Kalapari
    European Commission/World Bank IDA
    Datum International
  • REPORT: Primary Schools cum Cyclone Shelters, Bangladesh: Preliminary Study (site assessments, design and construction criteria, design proposals)

    1992
    Field mission: Dhaka, Moheshkhali and Kutubdia
    European Commission, Brussels
    Datum International
  • "Them and Us": Emergency planning and response in a social perspective

    1992
    Hazard Management and Emergency Planning: Perspectives in Britain
    Chapter 13 (pp195-202)
    (Parker, Dennis; Handmer, John: Eds) James & James
  • Vulnerability Reduction in Development for Human Settlements

    1992
    pp 93-118
    Proceedings of the Seminar "Training for Disaster Reduction II", Cairo, 1991
    UNESCO/DERC
  • REPORT: Economic Development Planning for Recurrent Natural Disasters: Floods and Cyclones in Bangladesh: Report of a preliminary fact-finding mission with recommendations

    1991
    United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
    (UNCTAD) Geneva
    Datum International
  • Tropical Cyclones and Island States

    1991
    Shelter, Settlements, Policy and the Poor
    (pp39-44)
    ITDG London
  • REPORT: School Design and hazard resistance, construction training and curriculum infusion: Preliminary Field Mission for a Caribbean Subregional Project Framework

    1991
    United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), Paris
    (Antigua & Barbuda; Jamaica; St Christopher & Nevis; St Vincent & The Grenadines)
    Datum International
  • REVIEW: Accident or Design ?

    1991
    RIBA Report: Nuclear Disaster and the Built Environment
    Medicine and War 7/1 January-March 1991; RIBA Journal pp34-35 July 1991
  • REPORT: British Consultants Bureau Conference on "Disaster Relief and Mitigation", London, 7 February 1990.

    1990
    Vol 14 Issue 2, pp 173-175. June.
    Disasters
    Blackwell
  • PROPOSAL: Global Warming, Climate Change and Sea Level Rise: Economic, social and cultural implications for Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea

    1990
    An Invited Programme Proposal
  • REPORT: Small States Conference on Sea Level Rise (Male, Maldives 1989)

    1990
    Disasters 14/3 pp77-78
    Environmentalist 10/2 pp141-142
  • REPORT: The Economic Consequences of Natural Disasters: With special reference to Small island states

    1990
    The Commonwealth Secretariat, London
    Datum International
  • The Vulnerability of Small Island States to Sea Level Rise: The Need for Holistic Strategies

    1990
    Disasters 14/3
    pp241-248
  • REVIEW Coping with Natural Disastere: Local Health Personnel and the Community

    1990
    WHO Geneva, January-March, pp 48-49
    Medicine and War
    Frank Cass, London
  • Survival, recovery, and reconstruction: And the nature of war, Workshop paper and report Editor

    1989
    Settlement reconstruction Post-war
    Institute of Advanced Architectural Studies University of York
  • Vulnerability of small states to sea level rise: Sea-defence, adjustment, and preparedness; requirements for holistic national and international strategies

    1989
    Small States Conference on Sea Level Rise
    The Maldives / Commonwealth Secretariat.
  • Affordability and participation, need and vulnerability: Post-cyclone rehousing in Tonga

    1989
    Sixth Inter-schools Conference on Development
    Centre for Development Planning Studies University of Sheffield
  • Sea Level Rise - some implications for Tuvalu

    1989
    Ambio 18/8 pp458-459
    Appropriate Technology 16/2 pp26-28 September, The Environmentalist 9/4 pp269-275.
  • REPORT: Access to Life-saving Services in Urban Areas

    1989
    Panel member, overall framework and editor
    United Nations Environment Programme and the World Health Organisation UNEP & WHO Geneva
  • REPORT: Sea Level Rise: Tonga, Tuvalu (& Kiribati)

    1988
    Field Mission for the Commonwealth Expert Group on Climate Change and Sea Level Rise
    Resource document for Climate Change: Meeting the Challenge
    Commonwealth Secretariat, London
    Datum International
  • Breaking with old conventions.

    1988
    20 April, p83.
    Architects Journal, London.
  • Commentary: Report on Reports

    1988
    Environment
    Washington DC July/August pp3-4.
    (White, Gilbert F: Ed)
  • REPORT: The Implications of Sea Level Rise for Island and Low-lying Countries

    1988
    Commonwealth Expert Group on Climate Change and Sea Level Rise
    Datum International
  • REPORT: Settlement Reconstruction Post-war

    1988
    Editor: James Lewis.
    Report of a two-day workshop: 16-17 May.
    Institute of Advanced Architecural Studies, University of York
  • Open Letter in response to Confronting Natural Disasters: An International Decade for Natural Hazard Reduction

    1988
    Natural Hazards Observer XII/4 p4 March
    University of Colorado
  • Something rotten in the state of England ? The Storm of 16 October 1987

    1988
    Newsletter of the International Hazards Panel No 2 March
  • Disasters, Homelessness and Reconstruction: Projections for vulnerability reduction

    1988
    Open House International 13/2
    Centre for Architectural Research and Development (CARDO), The University of Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Architecture for the Third World.

    1987
    pp 41-44.
    The Architect (RIBA Journal).
    Royal Institute of British Architects.
  • A Strategy for Social Self-reliance.

    1987
    Prevention and Containment of Large-scale Industrial Accidents.
    IFHP-IULA Symposium, Rotterdam. Proceedings Vol 2, pp95-97
    IFHP-IULA
  • Vulnerability and Development – and the development of vulnerability

    1987
    Development Studies Association Annual Conference
    University of Manchester.
  • Housing and Physical Development in Algeria: Development in earthquake areas and the management of vulnerability

    1987
    Annual Simposium of Research in Progress
    Centre for Architectural Research Overseas (CARDO), School of Architecture, University of Newcastle
  • Cook Islands Cyclone.

    1987
    Vol 5, No 1, April.
    Newsletter. Australian Overseas Disaster Response Organisation (AODRO)
    AODRO, Sydney.
  • Risk, vulnerability and survival: Some post-Chernobyl implications for people, planning and civil defence

    1987
    Local Government Studies
    pp75-93 July/August
  • The Environmental Interrelationships of Vulnerability

    1985
    On the Line Natural Hazards Observer
    IX/4 March
    University of Colorado
  • Alternative approaches to civil defence planning; a civil survival strategy

    1985
    Greater London Area War Studies (GLAWARS)
    Working paper
    Polytechnic of the South Bank, London
  • Project identification in hazardous environments

    1985
    AODRO Newsletter
    3/3 pp1-3 September
    Australian Overseas Disaster Response Organisation. Sydney.
  • REPORT Recovery after nuclear attack ?

    1985
    The Greater London Area War Risk Study (GLAWARS)
    Report of Task 9 (Editor)
    GLC & the Polytechnic of the South Bank, London
    J Lewis Jollans, Richard Moody, Francois Nectoux, John Pomeroy
  • Vulnerability to a Natural Hazard: Geomorphic, Technological and Social Change at Chiswell, Dorset – some implications for policy formulation

    1985
    Ekistics: the problems and science of human settlements
    Special Issue on Natural Hazards and Human Settlements Disasters 2 51/309. Athens.
  • Environmental Interpretation of Natural Disaster Vulnerability: The crucial need

    1984
    Guest Editorial The Environmentalist
    4 177-180
    Elsevier Sequoia Geneva
  • Vulnerability to a cyclone: Damage distribution in Sri Lanka

    1984
    Ekistiks: the problem and science of human settlements
    Special issue on natural hazards and Human Settlements Disasters 1 51/308 pp421-431 September/October Athens
  • A Multi-hazard history of Antigua

    1984
    Disasters 8/3
    pp190-197
    Pergamon
  • REPORT The Kingdom of Tonga: Project Identification and Human Settlement Planning

    1983
    Strategy for Natural Disaster Mitigation: The Long-term Implications of Hurricane Isaac (March 1982)
    United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (UNCHS), Nairobi
    Mission Report, Datum International
  • Change, and vulnerability to natural hazard: Chiswell, Dorset

    1983
    The Environmentalist 3 / 4
    pp277-287
    Elsevier Sequoia Geneva. An additional unpublished 2012 version, based upon the 1983 text which is unchanged, has been developed by the addition of images, captions, dimension conversions and minor amendments. Photo images are by the author.

  • REPORT: Planning for Human Settlements in Disaster-prone Areas Fifth Commission on Human Settlements 1982

    1983
    United Nations Centre for Human Settlements (UNCHS Habitat), Nairobi
    Datum International
    with Alcira Kreimer
  • Multi-hazard historical contexts: Disaster in six island countries (Antigua; Cape Verde; Comoros; Cook Islands; Maldives and Western Samoa)

    1983
    Unpublished typescript (see A Multi-hazard history of Antigua Disasters 8/3 1984)
  • REPORT: The UNEP Natural Disasters Programme – An Evaluation: UNEP’s Crucial Role for Natural Disaster Mitigation

    1983
    United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
    Nairobi with archive access and Geneva
    Datum International
  • Natural disaster mitigation: Environmental approaches in Tonga and Algeria

    1982
    The Environmentalist 2/3
    pp233-246
    Elsevier Sequoia Geneva
  • PROPOSAL: A Three-part Proposal. Three stages for natural disaster mitigation strategy: Integrated with socio-economic development at national, provincial and local levels

    1982
    Datum International
  • REPORT The Social and Economic Effects of Natural Disasters on Least-developed Island Countries: With special reference to Cape Verde Islands; Comoro Islands; Maldive Islands; Western Samoa; and Antigua

    1982
    Report to UNCTAD VI, UNDRO/UNCTAD, Geneva
    Archive research: Geneva, Lisbon, London and Paris
    Datum International
  • Cyclone destruction in Sri Lanka: Some socio-economic analysis

    1982
    Disaster Management 2/
    pp137-148 July-September New Delhi
  • REPORT Assistance Préparatoire pour la Reconstruction des Etablissements Humains dans la Région d’El Asnam, Algerie République Algérienne Democratique et Populaire

    1981
    Commission Interministérielle pour l’Etude de la Reconstruction d’El Asnam / Centre des Nations Unies pour les Etablissements Humains (CNUH Habitat)
    Rapport de Mission (avec Madame F D Mokrane), Alger
  • Some perspectives on natural disaster vulnerability in Tonga

    1981
    Pacific Viewpoint 22/2
    pp145-162 September
    Victoria University of Wellington
  • The Sri Lanka Cyclone 1978: Socio-economic analysis of housing destruction

    1981
    Marga 6/2
    pp1-33
    Marga Institute, Colombo
  • Hurricane Damage (with reference to Hurricane Allen)

    1980
    Correspondence: Nature 287 October
    Macmillan Journals London.
  • De integratie van een beleid voor rampenbestrijding in de ecologische problematiek (The ecological integration of disaster relief)

    1980
    ASPECTEN van internationale samenwerking 6
    pp237-239
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs The Hague With English transcript.
  • The Ecology of Natural Disaster: Implications for Development Planners

    1980
    Project for the Analysis of Natural Disaster Vulnerability Centre for Development studies
    Working paper
    University of Bath
  • Vulnerability to a natural hazard: Geomorphic, technological and social change at Chiswell, Dorset

    1979
    Natural Hazards Research Working Papers 37
    University of Colorado
  • The Tamil Nadu Cyclone, November 1977: A Comparison of Newspaper Reports.

    1979
    Volume3, No 2, pp123-125.
    Disasters
    Pergamon Press
  • Volcano in Tonga

    1979
    Journal of Administration Overseas XVIII/2
    pp83-121 April
    ODA/HMSO London
  • Disaster Vulnerability: Outer Concept versus Inner Condition

    1979
    Mass Emergencies 4/4
    Accepted for Mass Emergencies 4/4 prior to publisher's discontinuation of journal
    Elsevier
  • The vulnerable state: An alternative view Chapter 5 in Disaster Assistance: Appraisal, Reform and New Approaches

    1979
    New York University Press
    Stephens, Lynn H & Green, Stephen J. Eds
  • Disasters and the Small Dwelling: Mitigation and Preparedness Measures

    1979
    Disasters 3/3
    pp 249 - 252
    Pergamon Press
  • Some aspects of disaster research

    1977
    Disasters 1/3
    pp 241-244
    Pergamon Press
  • A Philosophy of Precautionary Planning.

    1977
    Vol 2. No 2, pp 95-103.
    Mass Emergencies.
    Elsevier.
    Philip O'Keefe & Kenneth N Westgate.
  • REPORT: A Report to Establish Guidelines for the Management of a Fund to Provide Insurance for Natural Disaster

    1976
    South Pacific Bureau for Economic Co-operation / Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation (SPEC / Commonwealth Secretariat)
    Mission: Cook Is., Fiji, Nauru, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Is., Tonga and Western Samoa. Suva, Fiji.
    Commonwealth Secretariat
  • Review Essay. Natural Hazards: Local, National, Global (Gilbert F White, Ed)

    1976
    Mass Emergencies 1/3 July
    pp 229-233
    Elsevier
  • Book Review: Logistic Planning of Disaster Relief (Christian Mosgaard).

    1976
    Vol 1, No 2, February.
    Mass Emergencies.
    Elsevier.