Miscellaneous reports

2010

2010. Glassey, S. (2010). Pet owner emergency preparedness survey report (Taranaki and Wellington Regions). Wellington. Mercalli Disaster Management Consulting. POEP Report Final 2010.pdf (1,325 KB)

Glassey, S. (2010). Recommendations to enhance companion animal emergency management in New Zealand. Wellington: Mercalli Disaster Management Consulting. Recommendations-enhance_companion_animal_EM-NZ.pdf (1,325 KB)

2009

Wilson, T., Daly, M., & Johnston, D. (2009) Review of Impacts of Volcanic Ash on Electricity Distribution Systems, Broadcasting and Communication Networks. Auckland Engineering Lifelines Group. Auckland Regional Council Technical Publication No.051, 79p. AELG19-Electricity_Comms_Ash_Impacts_20090511.pdf (1,325 KB)

2008

Johnston, D., Becker, J., Paton, D. (2008). Building disaster-resilient communities: the need for community-based programmes. New Zealand Local Government 44(6): p.17.

2007

Gregg, C.E.; Wongbusarakum, S.; Houghton, B.F.; Leonard, G.S.; Johnston D.M.; Suit, N. 2007. Summary report: Integration of tsunami warnings in Thailand. Report prepared for The United States Agency for International Development and International Resources Group and Tetra Tech Joint Venture by East Tennessee State University.

Gregg, C.E.; Wongbusarakum, S.; Houghton, B.F.; Suit, N.; Johnston, D.M.; Leonard, G.; Whitelaw, M. 2007. Report on human experience with natural, informal and official tsunami warnings during the earthquake and tsnami events of December 26, 2004 and March 2005, Thailand. Report prepared for The United States Agency for International Development and International Resource Group and Tetra Tech Joint Venture by East Tennessee State University.

Johnston, D.M.; Pearse, L.J. (eds). 2007. Hazards in Hawke’s Bay. Hawkes Bay Regional Council Plan No. 3892.


Scientific Posters

From Certificate to PhD: Creating a collaborative educational pathway for emergency management in New Zealand - Steve Glassey, 2009. (PDF copy of poster Glasseyposter2009.pdf (1,325 KB) )

Posters for infrastructure managers responding to volcanic ash events. Volcanic Impacts Study Group (VISG), Auckland Engineering : posters have so far been developed for electricity, airports, roads, wastewater and water supply.

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