Christopher T. Emrich
Christopher T. Emrich
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Disaster resilience indicators for benchmarking baseline conditions
SL Cutter, CG Burton, CT Emrich
Journal of homeland security and emergency management 7 (1), 2010
The geographies of community disaster resilience
SL Cutter, KD Ash, CT Emrich
Global environmental change 29, 65-77, 2014
Moral hazard, social catastrophe: The changing face of vulnerability along the hurricane coasts
SL Cutter, CT Emrich
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 604 (1 …, 2006
Erosion hazard vulnerability of US coastal counties
BJ Boruff, C Emrich, SL Cutter
Journal of Coastal research 21 (5), 932-942, 2005
Social vulnerability to climate variability hazards: A review of the literature
SL Cutter, CT Emrich, JJ Webb, D Morath
Final Report to Oxfam America 5, 1-44, 2009
Disaster disparities and differential recovery in New Orleans
C Finch, CT Emrich, SL Cutter
Population and environment 31 (4), 179-202, 2010
The long road home: Race, class, and recovery from Hurricane Katrina
SL Cutter, CT Emrich, JT Mitchell, BJ Boruff, M Gall, MC Schmidtlein, ...
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 48 (2), 8-20, 2006
Vulnerability of US cities to environmental hazards
KA Borden, MC Schmidtlein, CT Emrich, WW Piegorsch, SL Cutter
Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 4 (2), 2007
Urban–rural differences in disaster resilience
SL Cutter, KD Ash, CT Emrich
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106 (6), 1236-1252, 2016
Social Vulnerability to Natural Hazards in Brazil
CT de Loyola Hummell, B.M., Cutter, S.L. & Emrich
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 7, 2016
Social vulnerability to climate-sensitive hazards in the southern United States
CT Emrich, SL Cutter
Weather, Climate, and Society 3 (3), 193-208, 2011
Measuring social vulnerability to natural hazards in the Yangtze River Delta region, China
W Chen, SL Cutter, CT Emrich, P Shi
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 4 (4), 169-181, 2013
Are natural hazards and disaster losses in the US increasing?
SL Cutter, C Emrich
EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union 86 (41), 381-389, 2005
A novel approach to leveraging social media for rapid flood mapping: a case study of the 2015 South Carolina floods
Z Li, C Wang, CT Emrich, D Guo
Cartography and Geographic Information Science 45 (2), 97-110, 2018
The unsustainable trend of natural hazard losses in the United States
M Gall, KA Borden, CT Emrich, SL Cutter
Sustainability 3 (11), 2157-2181, 2011
Application of Social Vulnerability Index (SoVI) and delineation of natural risk zones in Greater Lisbon, Portugal
C Guillard-Gonçalves, SL Cutter, CT Emrich, JL Zêzere
Journal of Risk Research 18 (5), 651-674, 2015
Integrating social vulnerability into federal flood risk management planning
SL Cutter, CT Emrich, DP Morath, CM Dunning
Journal of Flood Risk Management 6 (4), 332-344, 2013
Managing the risks from climate extremes at the local level
S Cutter, B Osman-Elasha, J Campbell, SM Cheong, S McCormick, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2012
How valid are social vulnerability models?
S Rufat, E Tate, CT Emrich, F Antolini
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 109 (4), 1131-1153, 2019
Flood exposure and social vulnerability in the United States
E Tate, MA Rahman, CT Emrich, CC Sampson
Natural Hazards 106 (1), 435-457, 2021
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