Laura Siebeneck
Laura Siebeneck
Department of Emergency Managment and Disaster Science, University of North Texas
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Household evacuation decision making in response to Hurricane Ike
SK Huang, MK Lindell, CS Prater, HC Wu, LK Siebeneck
Natural Hazards Review 13 (4), 283-296, 2012
Protective actions in wildfires: evacuate or shelter-in-place?
TJ Cova, FA Drews, LK Siebeneck, A Musters
Natural Hazards Review 10 (4), 151-162, 2009
Mapping wildfire evacuation vulnerability in the western US: the limits of infrastructure
TJ Cova, DM Theobald, JB Norman, LK Siebeneck
GeoJournal 78, 273-285, 2013
Spatial and temporal variation in evacuee risk perception throughout the evacuation and return‐entry process
LK Siebeneck, TJ Cova
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 32 (9), 1468-1480, 2012
A geographic information systems (GIS) analysis of spatiotemporal patterns of terrorist incidents in Iraq 2004–2009
RM Medina, LK Siebeneck, GF Hepner
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 34 (11), 862-882, 2011
Spatial and temporal analyses of terrorist incidents in Iraq, 2004–2006
LK Siebeneck, RM Medina, I Yamada, GF Hepner
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 32 (7), 591-610, 2009
Sources of organisational resiliency during the Thailand floods of 2011: a test of the bonding and bridging hypotheses
S Andrew, S Arlikatti, L Siebeneck, K Pongponrat, K Jaikampan
Disasters 40 (1), 65-84, 2016
Warning triggers in environmental hazards: Who should be warned to do what and when?
TJ Cova, PE Dennison, D Li, FA Drews, LK Siebeneck, MK Lindell
Risk analysis 37 (4), 601-611, 2017
An assessment of the return-entry process of Hurricane Rita 2005
LK Siebeneck, TJ Cova
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 26, 91-111, 2008
Using provincial baseline indicators to model geographic variations of disaster resilience in Thailand
L Siebeneck, S Arlikatti, SA Andrew
Natural Hazards 79, 955-975, 2015
Toward general principles for resilience engineering
DJ Yu, ML Schoon, JK Hawes, S Lee, J Park, PSC Rao, LK Siebeneck, ...
Risk Analysis 40 (8), 1509-1537, 2020
Evacuees’ information sources and reentry decision making in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike
CC Lin, LK Siebeneck, MK Lindell, CS Prater, HC Wu, SK Huang
Natural Hazards 70, 865-882, 2014
Evacuees’ reentry concerns and experiences in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike
LK Siebeneck, MK Lindell, CS Prater, HC Wu, SK Huang
Natural Hazards 65, 2267-2286, 2013
Roles revealed: An examination of the adopted roles of emergency managers in hazard mitigation planning and strategy implementation
C Samuel, LK Siebeneck
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 39, 101145, 2019
Support and barriers in long-term recovery after Hurricane Sandy: Improvisation as a communicative process of resilience
S Lee, BC Benedict, CM Jarvis, L Siebeneck, BJ Kuenanz
Journal of Applied Communication Research 48 (4), 438-458, 2020
From “no man's land” to a “stronger community”: communitas as a theoretical framework for successful disaster recovery
BK Richardson, LK Siebeneck, S Shaunfield, E Kaszynski
International Journal of Mass Emergencies & Disasters 32 (1), 194-219, 2014
Information search and decision making in computer-based wildfire simulations
FA Drews, L Siebeneck, T Cova
Journal of cognitive engineering and decision making 9 (3), 229-240, 2015
Environmental factors that influence wildfire protective-action recommendations
FA Drews, A Musters, LK Siebeneck, TJ Cova
International Journal of Emergency Management 10 (2), 153-168, 2014
Returning home after Superstorm Sandy: phases in the return-entry process
L Siebeneck, R Schumann, BJ Kuenanz, S Lee, BC Benedict, CM Jarvis, ...
Natural Hazards 101, 195-215, 2020
Why do we need a national address point database to improve wildfire public safety in the US?
D Li, TJ Cova, PE Dennison, N Wan, QC Nguyen, LK Siebeneck
International journal of disaster risk reduction 39, 101237, 2019
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