Tim G. Frazier
Tim G. Frazier
Associate Professor, Georgetown University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei georgetown.edu
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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
1752010
Spatial and temporal quantification of resilience at the community scale
TG Frazier
Applied Geography 42, 2013
1602013
A framework for the development of the SERV model: A Spatially Explicit Resilience-Vulnerability model
TG Frazier, CM Thompson, RJ Dezzani
Applied Geography 51, 158-172, 2014
1202014
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
912010
Opportunities and constraints to hazard mitigation planning
TG Frazier, MH Walker, A Kumari, CM Thompson
Applied Geography 40, 52-60, 2013
712013
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
312016
Deterministic and probabilistic flood modeling for contemporary and future coastal and inland precipitation inundation
CM Thompson, TG Frazier
Applied Geography 50, 1-14, 2014
302014
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
252007
Development of a spatially explicit vulnerability–resilience model for community level hazard mitigation enhancement
TG Frazier, CM Thompson, RJ Dezzani
Disaster Management and Human Health Risk III.’(Ed. CA Brebbia) pp, 13-24, 2013
222013
Planning to learn: an insurgency for disaster risk reduction (DRR)
BR Cook, MLM Zurita
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 19, 265-272, 2016
172016
A GIS methodology to assess exposure of coastal infrastructure to storm surge & sea-level rise: a case study of Sarasota County, Florida
CA Tate, TG Frazier
Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters 1, 2167-0587, 2013
162013
Influence of road network and population demand assumptions in evacuation modeling for distant tsunamis
KD Henry, NJ Wood, TG Frazier
Natural Hazards 85 (3), 1665-1687, 2017
142017
Social vulnerability to climate change in temperate forest areas: New measures of exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity
AP Fischer, TG Frazier
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 108 (3), 658-678, 2018
122018
Selection of scale in vulnerability and resilience assessments
TG Frazier
J Geogr Nat Disasters 2, 108, 2012
112012
A framework for using GIS and stakeholder input to assess vulnerability to coastal hazards: a case study from Sarasota County, Florida
T Frazier, N Wood, B Yarnal
Building safer communities. Risk governance, spatial planning and responses …, 2009
112009
Utilizing GIS to identify vulnerability to coastal inundation hazards: a case study from Sarasota County, Florida
T Frazier, N Wood, B Yarnal
Building safer communities: risk governance, spatial planning and responses …, 2009
92009
Current and future vulnerability of Sarasota County, Florida, to hurricane storm surge and sea level rise
T Frazier, N Wood, B Yarnal
Solutions to Coastal Disasters 2008, 210-221, 2008
72008
Expanding team knowledge elicitation through procedural, temporal, and strategic elements
I Brewer, MD McNeese, TG Frazier, S Fuhrmann, IS Terrell
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 49 (3 …, 2005
42005
The Floyd fiasco: Lessons learned in hurricane evacuation preparedness
TG Frazier
Pennsylvania Geographer 43 (2), 22, 2005
42005
Socioeconomic implications of national flood insurance policy reform and flood insurance rate map revisions
T Frazier, EE Boyden, E Wood
Natural Hazards 103, 329-346, 2020
22020
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