Monograph Series

Over the years, the Natural Hazards Center has periodically published monographs in partnership with researchers in the hazards and disater field. The list below includes the titles, authors, and publication years for several of the manuscripts produced by the Center.

MG61 Strategies for Coordinating Disaster Responses (2003)
Thomas E. Drabek

MG60 Disaster-Induced Employee Evacuation (1999)
Thomas E. Drabek

MG59 An Assessment of Floodplain Management in Georgia's Flint River Basin (1997)
Elliott Mittler

MG58 Disaster Evacuation Behavior: Tourists and Other Transients (1996)
Thomas E. Drabek

MG57 Disaster Evacuation and the Tourist Industry (1994)
Thomas E. Drabek

MG56 Household and Community Recovery After Earthquakes (1994)
Robert Bolin

MG55 Natural Hazards in Puerto Rico: Attitudes, Experience, and Behavior of Homeowners (1993)
Risa I. Palm and Michael E. Hodgson

MG54 Partnerships for Community Preparedness (1993)
David F. Gillespie

MG53 Coastal Erosion: Has Retreat Sounded? (1992)
Rutherford Platt, H. Crane Miller, Timothy Beatley, Jennifer Melville, and Brenda Mathenia.

MG52 The Feasibility of Vertical Evacuation: Behavioral, Legal, Political, and Structural Considerations (1991)
Carlton Ruch et al.

MG51 Microcomputers in Emergency Management (1991)
Thomas E. Drabek

MG50 The Loma Prieta Earthquake: Studies of Short-Term Impacts (1990)
Robert Bolin

MG49 Floodproof Retrofitting: Homeowner Self-Protective Behavior (1991)
Shirley B. Laska et al.

MG48 Natural Hazards Policy Setting: Identifying Supporters and Opponents of Nonstructural Hazard Mitigation (1989)
Elliott Mittler

MG47 Cities Under Water: Ten Cities' Efforts to Manage Floodplain Land Use (1988)
Raymond J. Burby et al.

MG46 Disabled Persons and Earthquake Hazards (1988)
Kathleen J. Tierney, William J. Petak, and Harlan Hahn

MG45 Regional Management of Metropolitan Floodplains: Experiences in the United States and Abroad (1987)
Rutherford H. Platt

MG44 The Professional Emergency Manager: Structures and Strategies for Success (1987)
Thomas Drabek

MG43 The Politics and Economics of Earthquake Hazard Mitigation: Unreinforced Masonry Buildings in Southern California (1986)
Daniel J. Alesch and William J. Petak

MG42 Race, Religion, and Ethnicity in Disaster Recovery (1986)
Robert C. Bolin and Patricia Bolton

MG41 Community Recovery From a Major Disaster (1985)
Claire B. Rubin et al.

MG40 When the Ground Fails: Planning and Engineering Response to Debris Flows (1985)
Martha Blair et al.

MG39 Terminal Disasters: Computer Applications in Emergency Management (1986)
Sallie A. Marston

MG38 Home Mortgage Lenders, Real Property Appraisers and Earthquake Hazards (1983)
Risa I. Palm et al.

MG37 Earthquake Mitigation Policy: The Experience of Two States (1983)
Thomas E. Drabek, Alvin H. Mushkatel, and Thomas S. Kilijanek

MG36 Long-Term Family Recovery from Disaster (1982)
Robert C. Bolin

MG34 Four Communities Under Ash (1981)
Richard A. Warrick et al.

MG32 Real Estate Agents and Special Studies Zones Disclosure: The Response of California Home Buyers to Earthquake Hazards Information (1981)
Risa I. Palm

MG31 Earthquake Prediction Response and Options for Public Policy (1981)
Dennis S. Mileti, Janice R. Hutton, and John H. Sorensen

MG29 The Flood Breakers: Citizens Band Radio Use During the 1978 Flood in the Grand Forks Region (1979)
Thomas E. Drabek et al.

MG26 An Interactive Modeling System for Disaster Policy Analysis (1978)
Howard Kunreuther et al.

MG25 Managing Technological Hazard: Research Needs and Opportunities (1978)
Robert W. Kates

MG24 Hail Suppression: Society and Environment (1977)
Barbara C. Farhar

MG23 Social Acceptance of Weather Modification: The Emergent South Dakota Controversy (1975)
Barbara C. Farhar and Julia Mewes