Quick Response Reports Not Sponsored by the Natural Hazards Center

Quick Response Reports


QR 203 NIMS in Action: A Case Study of the System’s Use and Utility by Jessica Jensen. 2008.

QR 202 Five Years and Two Hurricanes: A Return to San Salvador Island, Bahamas by Michael E. Brown, Douglas Gamble, Darren Parnell, David Brommer, and Grady P. Dixon. 2004.

QR 201 Large Scale Rooftop Search and Rescue: the experience of Hurricane Katrina by Matin Katirai and David M. Simpson. 2008.

QR200 Public Awareness and Perceptions of Landslide Hazards after a
Major Debris-Flow Episode in Glacier National Park, Montana, August 2004 by David Butler. 2008.

QR 199 Psychological and Biological Stress Pathways and the Role of Protective Factors in Individuals Evacuated during the 2007 San Diego Wildfires by Inka Weissbecker. 2008.

QR 198 The Super Tuesday Tornado Disaster at Lafayette, Tennessee: Preparedness, Response, and Previous Experience by Philip L. Chaney and Greg S. Weaver. 2008

QR 197 Business Recovery Related to High-Frequency Natural Hazard Events, by Rebekah Green, Scott Miles, Gala Gulacsik, and Jason Levy. 2008.

QR196 Disaster in Kansas: The Tornado in Greensburg, by Bimal K. Paul, Deborah Che, Mitchel Stimers, and Sohini Dutt. 2007.

QR 195 Enough is Enough: Social Capital in Post-Katrina New Orleans:
A Study of Neighborhoods Affected by the 2007 Tornadoes
, by Liesel Ritchie and Duane Gill. 2007.

QR194 Katrina as a Hydrometeorological and Anthropogenic Disaster in the New
Orleans Context: Assessing the Link Between Previous Experience, Adaptation
Modes, and Impacts, by Francis Adeola. 2007.

QR193 The Groundhog Day Florida Tornadoes: A Case Study of High-Vulnerability Tornadoes, by Kevin M. Simmons and Daniel Sutter. 2007.

QR192 Evaluation of Winter Storm Warnings: A Case Study of the Colorado Front Range December 20-21, 2006, Winter Storm, by Sheldon Drobot. 2007.

QR191 Emergency Responses for High Plains Cattle Affected by the December 28-31, 2006, Blizzard, by Bimal Kanti Paul, Deborah Che, and Vicki L. Tinnon. 2007.

QR190 Community Impacts of Hurricane Ivan: A Case Study of Orange Beach, Alabama, by J. Steven Picou and Cecelia G. Martin. 2006.

QR189 The Emergency Management Response to Hurricane Katrina: As Told By the First Responders—A Case Study of What Went Wrong and Recommendations for the Future, by Henry W. Fischer et al. 2006.

QR188 An Assessment of the Personal and Emotional Barriers to Effective Disaster Response on the Part of Healthcare Professionals. Laura L. Banks, Michael E. Richards, and Mark B. Shah. 2006.

QR187 Providing for Pets During Disasters, Part II: Animal Response Volunteers in Gonzales, Louisiana. Leslie Irvine. 2006.

QR186 Reconstructing Childhood: An Exploratory Study of Children in Hurricane Katrina. Lori Peek and Alice Fothergill. 2006.

QR185 Strengthening Resilience of Rural Communities to Wildfire in the Pacific Northwest. Kathy Lynn and Arleen Hill. 2006.

QR184 Disaster Realities in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Revisiting the Looting Myth. Lauren Barsky, Joseph Trainor, and Manuel Torres. 2006.

QR183 Analyzing Tribal Drought Management: A Case Study of the Hualapai Tribe. Cody Knutson, Mark Svoboda, and Michael Hayes. 2006.

QR182 Hurricane Stan Response in Guatemala. Robert E. Hinshaw. 2006.

QR181 TheSelendang Ayu Oil Spill: A Study of the Renewable Resource Community of Dutch Harbor/Unalaska. Liesel Ritchie and Duane Gill. 2006.

QR180 Hurricane Katrina: GIS Response for a Major Metropolitan Area. Andrew Curtis, Jacqueline W. Mills, Jason K. Blackburn, and John C. Pine. 2006.

QR179 Examination of the American Red Cross and FEMA following Hurricanes Charley and Ivan. Robert M. Schwartz. 2005.

QR178 Evacuation Behavior in Response to the Graniteville, South Carolina, Chlorine Spill. Jerry T. Mitchell, Andrew S. Edmonds, Susan L. Cutter, Mathew Schmidtlein, Reggie McCarn, Michael E. Hodgson, and Sonya Duhé. 2005. 12/16/2005

QR177 Snowbirds and Senior Living Developments: An Analysis of Vulnerability Associated with Hurricane Charley. Burrell E. Montz and Graham A. Tobin. 2005. 5/26/2005

QR176 An Urban Nightclub Multicasualty Shooting: Lessons Learned in Critical Incident Stress Management. Mary Myers and Stacy Muffet-Willett. 2005. 5/11/2005

QR175 Europe’s Flood Disaster of August 2002: Vienna’s Evolving Flood Mitigation Projects. Jane Preuss. 2005. 5/9/2005

QR174 Colorado Resort Communities and the 2002-2003 Drought: Impacts and Lessons Learned. Olga V. Wilhelmi, Deborah S.K. Thomas, and Michael J. Hayes. 2005. 3/3/2005

QR173 The 2003 Southern California Wildfires: Constructing Their Cause(s). Richard Stuart Olson and Vincent T. Gawronski. 2005. 3/21/2005

QR172 Elderly Populations in Disasters: Recounting Evacuation Processes fromTwo Skilled-Care Facilities in Central Florida, August 2004. Michelle Kuba, Alina Dorian, Sarah Kuljian, and Kimberley Shoaf. 2004. 3/15/2005

QR171 Providing for Pets During Disasters: An Exploratory Study. Leslie Irvine. 2004. 1/11/2005

QR170 Community Response to Hurricane Isabel: An Examination of Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Organizations in Virginia. Mary E. Franke and David M. Simpson. 2004. 2/28/2005

QR169 The April 2004 Tornado in North-Central Bangladesh: A Case for Introducing Tornado Forecasting and Warning Systems. Bimal Kanti Paul and Rejuan Hossain Bhuiyan. 2004. 1/18/2005

QR168 Collection of Satellite-referenced Building Damage Information in the Aftermath of Hurricane Charley. Beverley J. Adams, J. Arn Womble, Michael Z. Mio, John B. Turner, Kishor C. Mehta and Shubharoop Gosh. 2004. 10/5/2004

QR167 Colorado Wildfires 2002. Charles Benight, Eve Gruntfest, and Kelly Sparks. 2004. 4/19/2004

QR166 Damage Assessment After the Paso Robles (San Simeon, California) Earthquake: Lessons for Emergency Management. David A. McEntire and Jill Cope. 2004. 2/10/2004

QR165 Public Response to Tornado Warnings: A Comparative Study of the May 4, 2003, Tornados in Kansas, Missouri, and Tennessee. Bimal Kanti Paul, Vicki Tinnon Brock, Shane Csiki, and Lori Emerson. 2003. 11/20/2003

QR164 Flood Damage Assessment and Survey of Mitigation Efforts at Stump Lake, North Dakota: A Study of Closed-basin Lake Flood. Paul E. Todhunter and Bradley C. Rundquist. 2003. 9/17/2003

QR163 Surviving the Storm: Sheltering in the May 2003 Tornadoes, Moore, Oklahoma. Ann Patton 2003. 9/17/2003

QR162 Flood Hazard Vulnerability: A Study of Tropical Storm Allison (TSA) Flood Impacts and Adaptation Modes in Louisiana. Francis O. Adeola. 2003. 4/30/2003

QR161 An Analysis of the September 20, 2002, Indianapolis Tornado: Public Response to a Tornado Warning and Damage Assessment Difficulties. Jamie D. Mitchem. 2003. 4/24/2003

QR160 El Salvador Earthquakes: Resource Loss, Traumatic Event Exposure, and Psychological Functioning. David N. Sattler. 2002. 10/30/2002

QR159 Defining Sustainable Development: Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Cheryl Childers and Brenda Phillips. 2002. 10/16/2002

QR158 The September 11th Attacks on America: Relationships Among Psychological Distress, Posttraumatic Growth, and Social Support in New York. David N. Sattler. 2002. 10/30/2002

QR157 Terrorism in Shanksville: A Study in Preparedness and Response. Nancy K. Grant, David H. Hoover, Annemarie Scarisbrick-Hauser, and Stacy L. Muffet. 2002. 7/30/2002

QR156 Religious And Ethnic Issues After September 11, 2001: Examining Muslim University Student Experiences. Lori A. Peek. 2002. 6/21/2002

QR155 Public/Private Collaboration in Disaster: Implications from the World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks. Richard T. Weber, David A. McEntire, and Robie J. Robinson, 2002. 6/10/2002

QR154 Emergency Support Satisfaction Among 2001 Hoisington, Kansas, Tornado Victims. Bimal Kanti Paul and Jeanenne Leven, 2002. 4/30/2002

QR153 Use of Spatial Data and Geographic Technologies in Response to the September 11 Terrorist Attack. Deborah S. K. Thomas, Susan L. Cutter, Michael Hodgson, Mike Gutekunst, and Steven Jones, 2002. 4/18/2002

QR152 Marginalized Groups in Times of Crisis: Identity, Needs, and Response. Marci Eads, 2002. 4/16/2002

QR151 The Fires of 2000: Community Response and Recovery in the Bitter Root Valley, Western Montana. Sarah J. Halvorson, 2002. 6/2/2002

QR150 Institutional Warning Response Following the September 11th World Trade Center Attack. Paul W. O'Brien, 2002. 4/16/2002

QR149 Oregon Emergency Management: Evaluating Interagency Communication in the Post-Disaster Environment. Robert Parker, Andre LeDuc, and Kathy Lynn, 2002. 4/16/2002

QR148 Victim Identification and Management Following the Collapse of the World Trade Center Towers (21K), Steven Stehr and David Simpson, 2002. 3/12/2002

QR147 The Response of Faith-Based Organizations in New York City Following the World Trade Center Attacks on September 11, 2001. Jeannette Sutton, 2002. 3/8/2002

QR146 Patterns of Media Coverage of the Terrorist Attacks on the United States in September of 2001. Christine M. Rodrigue, 2002. 3/8/2002

QR145 Risk Factors for Death in the 8 April 1998 Alabama Tornadoes. Yuichi Ono, 2002. 3/5/2002

QR144 Community Response in a Terrorist Disaster. Seana Lowe, 2002. 2/8/2002

QR143 Multi-organizational Coordination During the Response to the March 28, 2000, Fort Worth Tornado: An Assessment of Constraining and Contributing Factors. David A. McEntire, 2001. 12/31/2001

QR142 Disaster and Development: El Salvador 2001. Ben Wisner, 2001. 12/31/2001

QR141 Digital Disaster Assistance: How and Why Selected Information Technology Firms Contributed to Recovery Immediately After the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks. Sarah Michaels, 2001. 12/31/2001

QR140 The Terrorist Attacks on September 11, 2001: Immediate Impacts and Their Ramifications for Federal Emergency Management. Claire B. Rubin and Irmak Renda-Tanali, 2001. 12/31/2001

QR139 Field Observations of Lower Manhattan in the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Disaster: September 30, 2001. James K. Mitchell, Peter Kabachnik, Robert Donovan, Junko Noguchi, and Tom Mitchell, 2001. 12/6/2001

QR138 Effects of Written Disclosure on Post-Disaster Psychological Adjustment and Symptomatology. H. Katherine O'Neill and Joshua Smyth, 2001. 12/31/2001

QR137 Examining a "Near-Miss" Experience: Awareness, Behavior, and Post-Disaster Response Among Residents on the Periphery of a Tornado-Damage Path. J. Tiefenbacher, William Monfredo, Michelle Shuey, and Reno J. Cecora, 2001. 11/5/2001

QR136 South Carolina Drought Mitigation and Response Assessment: 1998-2000 Drought. Cody L. Knutson and Dr. Michael J. Hayes, 2001. 6/18/2001

QR135 "We Want Work": Rural Women in the Gujarat Drought and Earthquake. Elaine Enarson, 2000. 6/11/2001

QR134 Citrus Growers Attitudes in North-Central Florida. Cesar N. Caviedes, 2000. 11/16/2000

QR133 An Evaluation of How ECU Staff Persons Coped With Hurricane Floyd. Holly M. Hapke and Ronald Mitchelson, 2000. 11/7/2000

QR132 Effects of Wildfire on Adolescents in Volusia County Florida. Audra Langley and Russell T. Jones, 2000. 10/16/2000

QR131 The May 1998 Landslides in the Sarno Area in Southern Italy: Rethinking Disaster Theory. Rocco Caporale, 2000. 9/22/2000

QR130 Information Technology and Efficiency in Disaster Response: The Marmara,Turkey Earthquake, 17 August 1999. Louise K. Comfort, 2000. 7/18/2000

QR129 An Analysis of the Socioeconomic Impact of Hurricane Floyd and Related Flooding on Students at East Carolina University. Bob Edwards, Marieke Van Willigen, Stephanie Lormand, Jayme Currie, with Kristina Bye, John Maiolo, Ken Wilson, 2000. 7/18/2000

QR128 South Carolina's Response to Hurricane Floyd. Kirstin Dow, Susan L. Cutter, 2000. 7/18/2000

QR127 Hurricane Georges: A Multinational Study Examining Preparedness, Resource Loss, and Psychological Distress in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and the United States. David N. Sattler, Charles F. Kaiser, 2000. 5/22/2000

QR126Hurricane Floyd Flood Mapping Integrating Landsat 7 TM Satellite Imagery and DEM Data. Jeffrey D. Colby, Yong Wang, Karen Mulcahy, 2000. 4/20/2000

QR125California Citrus Freeze of December 1998: Place, Perception and Choice - Developing a Disaster Reconstruction Model. John P. Tiefenbacher, Ronald R. Hagelman, III, and Reno J. Cecora, 2000. 3/8/2000

QR124 Field Evaluation of Hurricane Damage to the Water Resources, Tourism Infrastructure, and Emergency Response of San Salvador Island, Bahamas. Douglas W. Gamble, 2000. 2/22/2000

QR123 'There's a Big Wind a Comin': A Profile of Survival and the Culture of Response After Hurricane Mitch on Isla Guanaja, Honduras. Gerald Krausse and Christopher L. Dyer, 2000. 2/18/2000

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QR122 Natural Disaster Episode: Impacts, Emergency Response, and Health Effects of Hurricane Georges in the Gulf Coast. Francis O. Adeola, 2000. 1/6/2000

QR121 Disaster Recovery in an On-Going Hazard Situation on Montserrat: The July 20, 1999 Volcanic Dome Collapse. Jack L. Rozdilsky, 1999. 11/11/99

QR120 Assessing "Practical Knowledge" of FEMA's Responsiveness and Effectiveness in the Aftermath of Hurricane Bonnie, in Wrightsville Beach and Topsail Island, North Carolina. Melissa L. Tollinger and Deborah Dixon, 1999. 9/14/99

QR119 Motor Vehicles in Tornadic Winds. Paul King, Barbara Hammer, Yuichi Ono, Thomas Schmidlin, 1999. 7/24/99

QR118 Flash Flooding in Kansas: A Study of Emergency Response and Victim's Perceptions. Bimal Kanti Paul, 1999. 7/23/99

QR117 Hurricane Georges: The Experience of the Media and Emergency Management on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Henry W. Fischer III, 1999. 7/24/99

QR116 Warning Response and Risk Behavior in the Oak Grove - Birmingham, Alabama, Tornado of 8 April 1998. David R. Legates and Matthew D. Biddle, 1999. 7/24/99

QR115 A Review of Relief: An Examination of the Response to Hurricane Georges in the Dominican Republic. David A. McEntire, 1999. 3/12/99

QR114 Effectiveness of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications in Flood Management During and After Hurricane Fran. Ute J. Dymon, 1999. 3/12/99

QR113 The Mass Media, Political Fragmentation, and Environmental Injustice in Puerto Rico: A Case Study of the Floods in Barrio Tortugo. Marla Perez-Lugo, 1999. 3/12/99

QR112 Impact of Hurricane Bonnie (August 1998): North Carolina and Virginia with Special Emphasis on Estuarine/Mainland Shores and a Note About Hurricane Georges, Alabama. David M. Bush, Tracy Monegan Rice, Andrew S. Coburn, Robert S. Young, and Matthew Stutz, 1999. 1/15/99

QR111 Public Health Emergency Response: Evaluation of Implementation of a New Emergency Management System for Public Health in the State of Georgia. Lora S. Werner, Matt Naud, and Anita Kellogg, 1999. 1/8/99

QR110 Emergent Coordinative Groups and Women's Response Roles in the Central Florida Tornado Disaster, February 23, 1998. Jennifer Wilson and Arthur Oyola-Yemaiel, 1998. 11/4/98

QR108The Emergency Aid in the Aftermath of the Italian Earthquake of September 26, 1997. Ino Rossi, 1998. 8/3/98

QR107 El Niño and Perceptions of the Southern California Floods and Mudslides of 1998. Christine M. Rodrigue and Eugenie Rovai, 1998. 7/29/98

QR106 Risk Factors for Death in the 22-23 February 1998 Florida Tornadoes. Thomas W. Schmidlin, Paul S. King, Barbara O. Hammer, and Yuichi Ono, 1998. 7/26/98

QR105 Towards a Theory of Coordination: Umbrella Organization and Disaster Relief in the 1997-98 Peruvian El Nino. David A. McEntire, 1998. 7/20/98

QR104 Dissociative and Posttraumatic Reactions to the Northern California Flooding of 1997. Lynn C. Waelde, Cheryl Koopman, and David Spiegel, 1998. 7/6/98

QR103 Children's Response to Exposure to Traumatic Events. Richard D. Allen and William Rosse, 1998. 2/25/98

QR102 First Aid Response to the Kobe Earthquake, January 17, 1995. Sharlene Adamson, 1997. 2/24/98

QR101 Repeat Response to Hurricane Evacuation Orders. Kirstin Dow and Susan L. Cutter, 1997. 10/24/97

QR100 A Major Snow-Avalanche Episode in Northwest Montana, February, 1996. David R. Butler, 1997. 10/7/97

QR99 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Small Communities: Application of GIS in Emergency Management. John C. Pine, 1997. 10/7/97

QR98 Risk Factors for Death in the 1 March 1997 Arkansas Tornadoes. Thomas W. Schmidlin and Paul S. King, 1997. 10/1/97

QR97 Public Response to the 1997 Northern California Floods. Paul W. O'Brien and James Payne, 1997. 10/1/97

QR96 Buffalo Creek Fire and Flood Report. Charles C. Benight and Michelle L. Harper, 1997. 10/8/97

QR95 The Impacts of a Second Catastrophic Flood on Property Values in Linda and Olivehurst, California. Graham A. Tobin and Burrell E. Montz, 1997. 10/8/97

QR94 Risk Communication in Southern California: Ethnic and Gender Response to 1995 Revised, Upgraded Earthquake Probabilities., R. Denise Blanchard-Boehm, 1997. 2/23/97

QR93 The Environmental Impacts of Flooding in St. Maries, Idaho. Burrell E. Montz and Graham A. Tobin, 1997. 2/7/97

QR92 Survival Mechanisms to Cope with the 1996 Tornado in Tangail, Bangladesh: A Case Study. Bimal K. Paul, 1996. 1/22/97

QR91 Perceptions of the Rhode Island Oil Spill. Richard Burroughs and Christopher L. Dyer, 1996. 1/6/97

QR90 Tornadoes in the Districts of Jamalpur and Tangail in Bangladesh. Thomas Schmidlin and Yuichi Ono, 1996. 10/21/96

QR89 - Community Disaster Recovery: It is Not Getting Easier
Claire B. Rubin, 1996

QR88 Response to Severe Winter and Blizzard Conditions in Grundy and Buchanan County, Virginia in 1996: A Focus Group Analysis. Joseph B. Perry, Duane Dukes, and Randall Norris, 1996. 10/9/96

QR87 Coping Self-Efficacy and Psychological Distress Following the Oklahoma City Bombing. Charles C. Benight, 1996. 7/31/96

QR86 The Politics and Administration of Presidential Disaster Declarations: The California Floods of Winter 1995. Richard Sylves, 1996. 7/23/96

QR85 The Potential Impact of Information Technology on the Structure of Interorganizational Relationships during Crisis Response: The Pennsylvania Floods of 1996. Diana Burley Gant, 1996. 7/24/96

QR84 Impact of Hurricane Opal on the Florida/Alabama Coast. David M. Bush et al., 1996. 6/11/96

QR83 Response to a Damaging Earthquake in an Environment of Political Turmoil (Dinar, Turkey, October 1, 1995). William A. Mitchell, 1996. 5/24/96

QR82 Early Response to Hurricane Marilyn in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Betty Hearn Morrow and A. Kathleen Ragsdale, 1996. 6/11/96

QR81 Newspaper Reporting in Wake of the 1995 Spring Floods in Northern California. Ute J. Dymon and Francis P. Boscoe, 1996. 5/2/96

QR80 Effects of Investigation of a Fatal Air Crash on 13 Government Investigators. Carolyn V. Coarsey-Rader, 1996. 2/28/96

QR79 Transition from Response to Recovery: A Look at the Lancaster, Texas Tornado. David M. Neal, 1996. 1/16/96

QR78 Self Organization in Disaster Response: The Great Hanshin, Japan Earthquake of January 17, 1995. Louise K. Comfort, 1996. 6/11/96

QR77 Psychophysiological Indicators of PTSD Following Hurricane Iniki: The Multi-Sensory Interview. Kent D. Drescher and Francis R. Abeug, 1995. 12/20/95

QR76 Farmers'and Public Responses to the 1994-1995 Drought in Bangladesh: A Case Study. Bimal Kanti Paul, 1995. 11/16/95

QR75 Final Report of Preliminary Analyses: Impact of the Magnitude 4.5 Aftershock of December 5, 1994, on San Fernando Residents' Levels of Earthquake Preparedness and Selected Psychosocial Variables. T. Shelly Duval, John-Paul Mulilis, and Neal Lalwani. 1995. 25 pp.

QR74 Self Organization in Disaster Response and Recovery: The Maharashtra, India Earthquake of September 30, 1993. Louise K. Comfort. 1995. 42 pp.

QR73 Residential Loss and Displacement Among Survivors of the 1993 Altadena Fire. Norma S. Gordon, Carl A. Maida, Norman L. Farberow, and Linda Fidell. 1994. 15 pp.

QR72 Immediate Emotional Response to the Southern California Firestorms. E. Alison Holman and Roxane Cohen Silver. 1994. 23pp.

QR71 An Interdisciplinary Quick Assessment Strategy to Support Decision-Making in Disaster Operations: The Costa Rica Earthquake, April 22, 1991. Louise K. Comfort. 1994. 44 pp.

QR70 Children of Iniki: Effects of Evacuation and Intervention. Roger S. Hamada. 1994. 23 pp.

QR69 Social Response to the 1994 Northridge California Earthquake. Paul W. O'Brien. 1994. 22 pp.

QR68 Risk Factors for Death in the 27 March 1994 Georgia and Alabama Tornadoes. Thomas W. Schmidlin and Paul S. King. 1994. 15 pp.

QR67 Hurricane Iniki: Psychological Functioning Following Disaster. David N. Sattler and Charles Kaiser. 1994. 14 pp.

QR66 Field Report: Investigation of September 2, 1992 Nicaragua Tsunami. Jane Preuss. 1994. 15 pp.

QR65 Social Response to the Second "A" Alert of the Parkfield Earthquake Prediction Experiment. Paul W. O'Brien. 1994. 20 pp.

QR64 The Pothole Lake Fire: An Analysis of Emotion in a Successful Emergency Response. Kathleen Carley, Ruth Cohn, Laurie Waisel, William A. Wallace. 1994. 31 pp.

QR63 A Study of the Psychological Effects of Hurricane Andrew on an Elementary School Population. Jon A Shaw, Brooks Applegate, Susan Tanner, Dorcus Perez, Eugene Rothe, Ana Campo-Bowen, Benjamin B. Lahey. 1993. 23 pp.

QR62 The Psychological Effects of Hurricane Andrew on Elementary and Middle School Children. Russell T. Jones, Robert Frary, Phillippe Cunningham, J David Weddle. 1993. 27 pp.

QR61 Organizing for Response: Comparing Practice, Plan, and Theory. Kathleen Carley and John Harrald. 1993. 30 pp.

QR60 Map Use During and After Hurricane Andrew. Ute J. Dymon. 1993. 10 pp.

QR59 Reconnaissance of South Florida to Assess Damages, Planned Responses, and Future Needs in the Commercial Fisheries Stemming from Hurricane Andrew. James R. McGoodwin and Christopher L. Dyer. 1993. 50 pp.

QR58 A Systems View of Emergency Response to Hurricane Andrew. John C. Pine. 1993. 13 pp.

QR57 Report on the Socio-Economic Impact of the Erzincan, Turkey Earthquake of March 13, 1992. William A. Mitchell. 1993. 21 pp.

QR56 The Role of the Aged in Community Recovery Following Hurricane Andrew. Elizabeth A. Guillette. 1993. 5 pp.

QR55 Preliminary Assessment of Damage to Engineered Structures Caused by Hurricane Andrew in Florida. Christopher Rojahn Associates - Maurice R. Harlan, Keith D. Galloway, and Eric W. Tobias. 1993. 11 pp.

QR54 Social Response to the First "A" Alert of the Parkfield Earthquake Prediction Experiment. Colleen Fitzpatrick and Paul W. O'Brien. 1992. 27 pp.

QR53 Natural Hazards and the Elderly. Graham A. Tobin and Jane C. Ollenburger. 1992. 10 pp.

QR52 Market Gatekeepers: Their Impact on Property Values Following Flooding in Liberty County, Texas. Burrell E. Montz and Graham A. Tobin. 1992. 9 pp.

QR51 The Immediate Community Response to Disaster: The East Bay Hills Fire. Norma S. Gordon and Carl A. Maida. 1992. 15 pp.

QR50 What We Can Learn From The February 1992 Floods in Ventura County, California. Eve Gruntfest and Vanessa Taft. 1992. 20 pp.

QR49 Hazardous Materials as Secondary Results of Flooding: A Case Study of Planning and Response. Elaine J. Denning. 1992. 30 pp.

QR48 The Impact of Media Assignation on the EOC Response to Disaster: A Case Study of the Response to the April 26, 1992 Andover (Kansas) Tornado. Henry W. Fischer, III, Susan Schaeffer, & Marna L. Trowbridge. 1992. 33 pp.

QR47 Responses to Municipal Water Supply Cutbacks in San Diego County, California, Spring 1991: Field Observations. Douglas T. Shaw, Robert Todd Henderson, and Radwan Al-Mubarak. 1991. 53 pp.

QR46 Psychosocial Correlates of Fire Disaster Among Children and Adolescents. Russell T. Jones, David P. Ribbe, and Phillippe Cunningham. 1991. 48 pp.

QR45 Psychological Sequela of Hurricane Hugo: An Application of the Conservation of Resources Model of Stress. Darlene L. Shaw, Pat Jarrell, John Freedy, and Cheryl Bene. 1991. 37 pp.

QR44 Building Code Enforcement Following Hurricane Hugo in South Carolina. Elliott Mittler. 1991. 12 pp.

QR43 Reliability of Delayed Self-Reports in Disaster Research. Fran H. Norris and Krzysztof Kaniasty. 1991. 22 pp.

QR42 The Role of Emergency Mapping in Disaster Response. Ute Dymon. 1990. 6 pp.

QR41 Media Influences on Response to a Natural Hazard: The Mississippi River Salt Water Intrusion of 1988. J. William Spencer, Shirley Laska, Ruth A. Seydlitz, and Elizabeth Triche. 1990. 29 pp.

QR40 Psychological Effects of Disaster on Children and their Families: Hurricane Hugo and the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Judith A. Boore, Gina Earle, and Lewis Aptekar. 1990. 38 pp.

QR39 Evacuation Decision Making and Public Response in Hurricane Hugo in South Carolina. Earl J. Baker. 1990. 16 pp.

QR38 Managing Reconstruction Along the South Carolina Coast: Preliminary Observations on the Implementation of the Beachfront Management Act Following Hurricane Hugo. Timothy Beatley. 1990. 27 pp.

QR37 Foundations and Breakaway Walls of Small Coastal Buildings in Hurricane Hugo. Spencer M. Rogers, Jr. 1990. 8 pp.

QR36 Community Preparation and Response to the Exxon Oil Spill in Kodiak, Alaska. Rachel Mason. 1990. 26 pp.

QR35 Social Disruption and Psychological Stress in an Alaskan Fishing Community: The Impact of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. J. Steven Picou, Duane A. Gill, Christopher L. Dyer, and Evans W. Curry. 1990. 29 pp.

QR34 The Management of a Maritime Crisis: The Integration of Planning, Prevention, and Response. John Harrald, Henry Marucs, and William A. Wallace. 1989. 27 pp.

QR33 Report on Trip to Charleston County, SC After Hurricane Hugo. Claire B. Rubin. 1990. 8 pp.

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QR32 Organizational Foresight and The Exxon Oil Spill. Lee Clarke. 1989. 26 pp.

QR31 Learning From Risk: Organizational Interaction Following The Armenian Earthquake. Louise K. Comfort. 1989. 40 pp.

QR30 Drought Impact and Perception among Wisconsin Dairy Farmers: Preliminary Summary of Survey Results. John A. Cross. 1989. 36 pp.

QR29 Post-Disaster Adaptive Response: Parent-Child Reactions to the Los Angeles Area/Whittier Narrows Earthquake. Norma S. Gordon and Carl A. Maida. 1989. 17 pp.

QR28 Training Primary Care Workers in Disaster Mental Health: The Experience in Ecuador. Bruno R. Lima. 1988. 42 pp.

QR27 Aftermath of a Disaster: Psychological Response to the Madison, Florida Tornado. Elizabeth M. Smith and Carol S. North. 1988. 12 pp.

QR26 Variables Affecting Duty-Related Stress After An Air Crash Disaster. Don M. Hartsough. 1988. 20 pp.

QR25 Mental Health Service Utilization By Child Victims of Natural Disasters. Bill J. Locke. 1988. 13 pp.

QR24 Aftermath of a Disaster: Psychological Response to the Russelville Arkansas Mass Murder. Elizabeth M. Smith and Carol North. 1988. 26 pp.

QR23 Aftermath of a Disaster: Psychological Response to the Indianapolis Ramada Jet Crash. Elizabeth M. Smith and Carol S. North. 1988. 34 pp.

QR22 Public Images About Chlorine Storage Hazards Following an Accidental Gas Release. George Cvetkovich. 1988. 16 pp.

QR21 Chemical Emergencies, Offsite Exposures, and Organizational Response. Kathleen Tierney. 1987. 24 pp.

QR20 Intentionality and Action: Mexico City Schoolteachers' Perceptions and Expectations Following the 1985 Earthquake. Herbert Thier, Vivian Gratton, and Fred Johnson. 1986. 33 pp.

QR19 Defensiveness, Level of Psychological Distress, and Help-Seeking Behavior Among Victims of a Major Natural Disaster. Anthony Rao, Kenneth Davis, and Leonard Bickman. 1985. 23 pp.

QR18 Psychological Responses to the Mexico City Earthquake. Abigail Stewart. 1986. 19 pp.

QR17 Spatial and Temporal Variability in Residential Land Values Following Catastrophic Flooding.. Burrell Montz and Graham Tobin. 1986. 14 pp.

QR16 Initial Public Response to the Parkfield Earthquake Prediction. Dennis Mileti and Janice Hutton. 1986. 10 pp.

QR15 After the Factory Explosion: Family Reactions to Death in a Disaster. Joan McNeil. 1986. 30 pp.

QR14 Screening for the Psychological Consequences of a Major Disaster in a Developing Country. Bruno Lima et al. 1987. 7 pp.

QR13 Primary Mental Health Care for Disaster Victims in Developing Countries. Bruno Lima. 1986. 7 pp.

QR12 The Mass Media and Hurricane Disaster Alerts. John Ledingham and Lynne Masel-Walters. 1986. 6 pp.

QR11 Kalamata Earthquake, 1986: Psychological Reaction and Roles for Health Care Workers. Jerri Laube. 1987. 8 pp.

QR10 Transportation Problems and Needs in the Aftermath of the 1985 Mexico City Earthquake. Antoine Hobeika, Siamak Ardekani, and Alejandro Martinez-Marquez. 1987. 50 pp.

QR09 The Recovery of Schools from Earthquake Effects. Vivian Gratton et al. 1986. 20 pp.

QR08 Psychosocial Impact of Disaster: The Baldwin Hills Fire. Norma Gordon et al. 1987. 22 pp.

QR07 Psychological Consequences of Radon in the Home. Margaret Gibbs, Susan Belford, and Michael Edelstein. 1986. 6 pp.

QR06 Reactions to Natural and Man-Made Radioactive Threat. Margaret Gibbs and Susan Belford. 1986. 10 pp.

QR05 The Emotional Impact of Post-Disaster Relocation. Michael Durkin. 1987. 10 pp.

QR04 Increasing Problem-Solving Capacity Between Organizations. Louise Comfort and Anthony Cahill. 1985. 35 pp.

QR03 International Disaster Assistance in the Mexico Earthquake. Louise Comfort. 1986. 48 pp.

QR02 The 1986 California Floods. Robert Bolin. 1986. 32 pp.

QR01 Social Support Following a Disaster. Leonard Bickman and Jerome Cook. 1986. 20 pp.

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