A study of four natural disasters in Australia: how the human response to fire, flood and cyclone contributes to community resilience and recovery
This research documents a scientific and systematic analysis of community resilience, as demonstrated through the experience of disaster response and recovery in Australia. It focuses on rural and regional communities affected by natural disasters including fire, flood or cyclone. Its aim is to identify whether the people within affected communities lead their community recovery process, what key factors influence that process, whether community leadership...[Show more]
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