Re-Envisioning Evacuation: Reducing Mortality Through Social Development and Community Sheltering

Opdyke, A. and Javernick-Will, A. (2016). “ Re-Envisioning Evacuation: Reducing Mortality Through Social Development and Community Sheltering .” PreventionWeb.

Post-Tsunami Recovery in Tamil Nadu, India: Combined Social and Infrastructural Outcomes

Jordan, E., Javernick-Will, A., and Tierney, K. (2016). Natural Hazards. 84 (2), 1327–1347. doi: 10.1007/s11069-016-2489-4

Characterizing Post-Disaster Reconstruction Training Methods and Learning Styles

Zerio, A., Opdyke, A., and A. Javernick-Will (2016). Engineering Project Organization Journal. 10.1080/21573727.2016.1257484.

A Constitutive Communication Lens of Stakeholder Participation in Post-Disaster Construction

Opdyke, A., Javernick-Will, A., Koschmann, M., and Moench, H. (2016). Engineering Project Organization Conference. Seattle, WA. Best Paper Award

Construction Capacity: The Role of Regional Construction Supply Chain Resources in Post-Disaster Rebuilding

Arneson, E., Javernick-Will, A., Hallowell, M. and Thomas, W. (2016). Engineering Project Organization Conference, Cle Elum, WA.

Post-Disaster Reconstruction Training Effectiveness

Zerio, A., Opdyke, A., and Javernick-Will, A. (2016). Engineering Project Organization Conference. Cle Elum, WA.

Characterizing Post-Disaster Shelter Design and Material Selection: Lessons from Typhoon Yolanda in the Philippines

Opdyke, A., Javernick-Will, A., Koschmann M., and Moench, H. (2016). Construction Research Congress. San Juan, Puerto Rico. doi: 10.1061/9780784479827.148

Information Deficits and Post-Disaster Recovery

Arneson, E., Deniz, D., Javernick-Will, A., Liel, A. and Dashti, S. (2016). Construction Research Congress. San Juan, Puerto Rico. doi: 10.1061/9780784479827.155

Co-Creating Knowledge of Resilience Principles through Local Stories

Opdyke, A. and Javernick-Will, A. “ Co-Creating Knowledge of Resilience Principles through Local Stories .” PreventionWeb.

Javernick-Will, Liel, Sheehan, and Ritchie awarded National Science Foundation RIPS grant “The Risk Landscape of Earthquakes Induced by Deep Wastewater Injection"

Aug. 5, 2015

The United States is experiencing a major expansion of domestic oil and gas production. These activities involve large amounts of water, both in hydraulic fracturing and in reservoir production, and the energy boom has been accompanied by a major increase in wastewater disposal by injection. There is growing evidence that...

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