Divya Chandrasekhar
Divya Chandrasekhar
Associate Professor, University of Utah
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Nontraditional participation in disaster recovery planning: Cases from China, India, and the United States
D Chandrasekhar, Y Zhang, Y Xiao
Journal of the American Planning Association 80 (4), 373-384, 2014
Digging deeper: participation and non-participation in post-disaster community recovery
D Chandrasekhar
Community Development 43 (5), 614-629, 2012
Understanding stakeholder participation in post-disaster recovery (case study: Nagapattinam, India)
D Chandrasekhar
Community businesses as social units in post-disaster recovery
Y Xiao, K Wu, D Finn, D Chandrasekhar
Journal of Planning Education and Research 42 (1), 76-89, 2022
Stay in place or migrate: a research perspective on understanding adaptation to a changing environment
R Bronen, D Chandrasekhar, D Amor Conde, K Kavanova, LC Morinière, ...
SOURCE: Linking Environmental Change, Migration, and Social Vulnerability 12, 2009
A region recovers: Planning for resilience after superstorm Sandy
D Finn, D Chandrasekhar, Y Xiao
Journal of Planning Education and Research 43 (1), 136-149, 2023
What drives household recovery after disasters? A case study of New York City after 2012 Hurricane Sandy
D Chandrasekhar, R Rothfeder, Y Xiao, D Finn
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 62 (7), 1249-1268, 2019
Impact of Hurricane María to the civic sector: A profile of non-profits in Puerto Rico
I Garcia, D Chandrasekhar
Centro Journal 32 (3), 67-88, 2020
Recovery capacity of small nonprofits in post-2017 hurricane Puerto Rico
D Chandrasekhar, I García, S Khajehei
Journal of the American Planning Association 88 (2), 206-219, 2022
Disaster recovery: Explaining relationships among actions, decisions, plans, organizations, and people
RB Olshansky, LD Hopkins, D Chandrasekhar, K Iuchi
Proceedings of 2009 NSF Engineering Research and Innovation Conference, 22-25, 2009
Influence of household recovery capacity and urgency on post-disaster relocation: A case study of the rockaways, NY after Hurricane Sandy
D Chandrasekhar, D Finn
Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado, 2013
Setting the stage: how policy institutions frame participation in post-disaster recovery
D Chandrasekhar
J Disaster Res 5 (2), 130-137, 2010
Setting the stage: How policy institutions create the scope for participation in planning
D Chandrasekhar
Journal of Disaster Research 5 (2), 130-137, 2010
Managing Development after Catastrophic Disaster: A Study of Organizations That Coordinated Post-Disaster Recovery in Aceh and Louisiana, presented at the
D Chandrasekhar, RB Olshansky
Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, 2007
Health-related nonprofit response to concurrent disaster events
I Garcia, D Chandrasekhar, NE Ganapati, KF Ojeda, JEV Diaz, K Williams
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 82, 103279, 2022
Planning for resilience in the New York metro region after Hurricane Sandy
D Finn, D Chandrasekhar, Y Xiao
Spatial Planning and Resilience Following Disasters, 117-136, 2016
Nonprofit Response to Concurrent and Consecutive Disaster Events in Puerto Rico
I Garcia, D Chandrasekhar, NE Ganapati, KF Ojeda, JE Velazquez-Diaz, ...
Natural Hazards Center, 2021
How do organizations use plans in multi-scale, spatially integrated environments? A planning study of post-Katrina New Orleans
LD Hopkins, RB Olshansky, D Chandrasekhar, K Iuchi
NSF engineering research and innovation conference, Atlanta, GA, 4-7, 2011
Neighborhood Characteristics and Older Adults' Walking Behavior: A Preliminary Report: 635: May 28 3: 15 PM-3: 30 PM
W Zhu, Z Nedovic-Budic, R Olshansky, Y Gao, Y Park, D Chandrasekhar, ...
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 40 (5), S28, 2008
RC grant findings: Development and validation of a walking space measure
W Zhu, Y Gao, P Youngsik, L Yang, D Chandrasekhar
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance …, 2007
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