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Challenges in the adoption of crisis crowdsourcing and social media in Canadian emergency management
S Harrison, P Johnson
Government Information Quarterly, 2019
672019
Crowdsourcing the disaster management cycle
SE Harrison, PA Johnson
International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and …, 2016
462016
The benefits and challenges of implementing impact-based severe weather warning systems: Perspectives of weather, flood, and emergency management personnel
S Potter, S Harrison, P Kreft
Weather, climate, and society 13 (2), 303-314, 2021
222021
Volunteered Drone Imagery: Challenges and constraints to the development of an open shared image repository
P Johnson, B Ricker, S Harrison
162017
Post-storm damage surveys of tornado hazards in Canada: Implications for mitigation and policy
S Harrison, A Silver, B Doberstein
International journal of disaster risk reduction 13, 427-440, 2015
112015
‘Where oh where is the data?‘: Identifying data sources for hydrometeorological impact forecasts and warnings in Aotearoa New Zealand
SE Harrison, SH Potter, R Prasanna, EEH Doyle, D Johnston
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 66, 102619, 2021
42021
‘Sharing is caring’: A socio-technical analysis of the sharing and governing of hydrometeorological hazard, impact, vulnerability, and exposure data in Aotearoa New Zealand
SE Harrison, SH Potter, R Prasanna, EEH Doyle, D Johnston
Progress in Disaster Science 13, 100213, 2022
22022
Identifying the Impact-Related Data Uses and Gaps for Hydrometeorological Impact Forecasts and Warnings
SE Harrison, SH Potter, R Prasanna, EEH Doyle, D Johnston
Weather, Climate, and Society 14 (1), 155-176, 2022
22022
Research Themes on Warnings in Information Systems Crisis Management Literature
ML Tan, S Harrison, JS Becker, EEH Doyle, R Prasanna
17th ISCRAM Conference Proceedings, 2020
22020
Eliciting mental models of science and risk for disaster communication: A scoping review of methodologies
EE Hudson-Doyle, SE Harrison, SR Hill, M Williams, D Paton, A Bostrom
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 103084, 2022
12022
Crisis Crowdsourcing in Government: Characterising efforts by North American Agencies to Inform Emergency Management Operations
SE Harrison
University of Waterloo, 2016
12016
Exploring the data needs and sources for severe weather impact forecasts and warnings: a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of …
SEZ Harrison
Massey University, 2022
2022
Eliciting mental models to understand how different individuals affected by disaster risk understand science, and scientific uncertainty
E Hudson-Doyle, S Harrison, S Hill, M Williams, D Paton, A Bostrom, ...
EMS2021, 2021
2021
Accessing, sharing, and using impact data in New Zealand for disaster risk reduction
S Harrison, S Potter, R Prasanna, E Hudson-Doyle, D Johnston
2020
Capturing impacts, experiences, and behaviour during disaster: An online participation and crowdsourcing approach for resilience
S Harrison
2019
An Exploration of Alternative Data Sources for Risk-Based Communication Systems for Severe Weather Hazards
S Harrison, S Potter, R Prasanna, E Hudson-Doyle, DM Johnston
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, NH31E-1018, 2018
2018
Alternative Data Sources for Impact-Based Forecasts and Warnings and Impact Modelling Risk Communication
S Harrison, S Potter, R Prasanna, E Hudson-Doyle, D Johnston
2018
Progress in Disaster Science
SE Harrison, SH Potter, R Prasanna, EEH Doyle, D Johnston
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