Nicole S. Hutton
Old Dominion University
Nicole Hutton is an assistant professor of geography. She tracks organizational resilience to hazards. Her research on the 2010 earthquake sequence in Christchurch, New Zealand and levee breaks in Yuba County, California appears in The Professional Geographer, Third Sector Review, Papers in Applied Geography, Journal of Flood Risk Management, and Emerging Voices in Hazards Research. Hutton’s recent research addresses nursing compliance with emergency power legislation in Florida, perceptions of sea level rise in Norfolk, Virginia, and the role of traditional ecological knowledge in adaptation priorities with the Pamunkey Indian Tribe.