ISCRAM Asia Pacific 2018 Conference – Paper Presentations

 

 

Data Issues for Situation/Disaster Awareness

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A Building Inventory for Seismic Policy in an Earthquake-Prone City

 

Ilan Noy1, Jacob Pastor Paz1, Olga Filippova2, Ken Elwood21Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand2University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

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Developing a Regional Approach and Strategy for Geographical Information Systems for Emergency Management

 

Gavin Treadgold1, James Gunn2, Paul Morton3, Simon Chambers41Canterbury Civil Defence Emergency Management Group, Canterbury, New Zealand2Christchurch City Council, Christchurch, New Zealand3Environment Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand4Ministry of Civil Defence Emergency Management, Wellington, New Zealand

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Disaster Knowledge Transfer in Networks: Enablers and Barriers

Nadeera A1, Raj Prasanna21University of Colombo, Colombo, Sri Lanka2Joint Centre for Disaster Research / Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand

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Information Retrieval for Humanitarian Crises via a Semantically Classified Word Embedding

 

Aladdin Shamoug1, Stephen Cranefield1, Grant Dick11University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

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Reflections on the Communication of Uncertainty: developing decision-relevant information

 

Emma Hudson-Doyle1, Douglas Paton2, David Johnston1, 31Joint Centre for Disaster Research / Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand2School of Psychology, Charles Darwin University, Perth, Australia3GNS Science, Avalon, New Zealand

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Supporting Situational Awareness during Disasters: The Case of Hurricane Irma

 

Briony Gray1, Mark Weal1, David Martin11University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom

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The Data Challenges of Monitoring Resilience

 

Joanne Stevenson1, Ellie Kay1, Chris Bowie2, Vivienne Ivory2, John Vargo11Resilient Organisations, Christchurch, New Zealand2WSP Opus, Wellington, New Zealand

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Enhancing Resilience of Natural, Built, and Socio-economic Environment

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A Design Science Based Simulation Framework for Critical Infrastructure Interdependency

 

Yasir Imtiaz Syed1, S Uma2, Raj Prasanna1, Kristin Stock3, Denise Blake41Joint Centre for Disaster Research, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand2GNS Science, Avalon, New Zealand3Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand4School of Psychology, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand

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End-User Perceptions of Natural Hazard Risk Modeling Across Policy-Making, Land-Use Planning, and Emergency Management Within New Zealand Local Government

Miles Crawford1, 1The Joint Centre for Disaster Research, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand

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ICT Usage for the Post-disaster Recovery in Tourism: A Case of Nepal Earthquake

 

Sanjay Lama1Sojen Pradhan11University Of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Engineering, School Of Management & Leadership, Sydney, Australia

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Informing City Resilience

 

Sean Audain1Alex Robertson1Jonathon Moore1Shannon Rutherford1Geraldine Blair11Wellington City Council, Wellington, New Zealand

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Infrastructure Failures and Recovery from an Alpine Fault Earthquake Scenario

 

Conrad Zorn1, Alistair Davies2Liam Wotherspoon31University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom2University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand3University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

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Geospatial and Temporal Information Capture, Management, and Analytics in
Support of Disaster Decision Making

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A Web GIS Tool for Disaster Waste Management Planning in New Zealand

 

Andrew Flaws1, Chris Purchas21T+T, Auckland, New Zealand2T+T, Wellington, New Zealand

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GIS4EM Multi-Tenanted Approach to AGOL Applications for Emergency Management (Mackenzie, Hurunui and Kaikoura District Councils, New Zealand)

Jana Kaeppler11Mackenzie District Council, Twizel, New Zealand

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New Zealand GIS for Emergency Management (NZGIS4EM): Making GIS and its practitioners integral to emergency management in New Zealand

 

Derek Phyn11Waikato Regional Council, Hamilton, New Zealand

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Newspapers and GIS for Flash Floods: Case of Fujariah, UAE

 

M. Yagoub1, Ahmad Jalil1, Nasir Al Hasan 1, Kamal Ahmed1, Abdalla Al Darmaki1, Aishah Ali 11Department of Geography and Urban Planning College of Humanities and Social Sciences, UAE University, Al AIn, The United Arab Emirates

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The Future of Spatial Systems for Disaster Management

Deborah Bunker1, Anthony Sleigh11The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia

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The Geospatial Intelligence Continuum during Sudden Onset Disaster Response

Jeff Maunder1, 1Fire and Emergency New Zealand, Wellington, New Zealand

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Time Series Satellite InSAR Technique for Disaster Prevention?

 

Linlin Ge1, Alex Ng2Zheyuan Du11UNSW Sydney, Sydney, Australia2Guangdong University of Technology, Guangzhou, China

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Underground Infrastructure and EQ Events: how an advanced condition assessment and data collection process will assist in the planning for and recovery from an EQ event

 

Irmana Sampedro11Christchurch City Council, Christchurch, New Zealand

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Water Supply Network Resilience in the Wellington Region

 

Cedric Papion11Stantec, Wellington, New Zealand

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Evaluation of Spectral Indices for Assessing Fire Severity in Victorian Temperate Forests, Australia

 

Nguyen Bang Tran1, 2, Cristina Aponte1, Mihai Tanase1, 3, Lauren Bennett41School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, University of Melbourne, 500 Yarra Boulevard, Richmond, Victoria 3121, Melbourne, Australia2Faculty of Environment, Vietnam National University of Agriculture, Hanoi, Viet Nam3Department of Geology, Geography and Environment, University of Alcala, C. Colegios 2, Alcala de Henares 28801, Alcala de Henares, Spain4School of Ecosystem and Forest Sciences, The University of Melbourne, 4 Water Street, Creswick, Victoria 3363,, Melbourne, Australia

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Human Centred Design for Collaborative Systems Supporting 4Rs (Reduction, Readiness, Response and Recovery)

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Critical Human Factors in UI Design: How calm technology can inform anticipatory interfaces for limited situational awareness

 

Klaus Kremer11School of Design/ Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand

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Extending Ecological Rationality: Catching the High Balls of Disaster Management

 

Thomas Huggins1, Stephen Hill2, Robin Peace2, David Johnston11Joint Centre for Disaster Research / Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand2Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

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Resilient ICT Infrastructure for Disaster Readiness and Response

 

Jeffrey Llanto11CVISNET Foundation, Cebu City, The Philippines

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Smart Cap for Visually Impaired in Disaster Situations

 

Samaneh Madanian1David Airehrour2, Marianne Cherrington2, NikhilKumar Patil21AUT, Auckland , New Zealand2NMIT, Auckland, New Zealand

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The Enablers and Barriers of Inter-organisational Collaboration in Disaster Management

 

Khiam Lee1, , 1Sanna Malinen, Christchurch, New Zealand2Nilakant Venkataraman, Christchurch, New Zealand

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Usability Factors Affecting the Continuance Intention of Disaster Apps

 

Marion Lara Tan1, Raj Prasanna1, Kristin Stock2, Emma Hudson-Doyle1, Graham Leonard3, David Johnston1, 31Joint Centre for Disaster Research, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand2Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand3GNS Science, Avalon, New Zealand

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Information Systems for Disaster Healthcare

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Disaster Healthcare: An Attempt to Model Cross-Agency Communication in Disasters

 

Reem Abbas1, Tony Norris1, Dave Parry11Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

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Virtual Reality for Emergency Healthcare Training

 

Peng Xia1, Ji Ruan1Dave Parry11Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

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Monitoring and Alerting Systems Supporting Business as Usual and Emergency Warnings

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Insight into the Emergency Mobile Alert system and Public Information Management in New Zealand

Teresa Gordon1, Hamish Keith2, Todd Velvin11Taranaki Civil Defence Emergency Management Group, New Plymouth, New Zealand2Ministry of Civil Defence Emergency Management, Wellington, New Zealand

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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Flood Early Warning System in the Karnali River Basin of Nepal

 

Gopal Ghimire1, Rajesh Kumar Rai2, Marc van den Homberg3, Colin McQuistan3,1Practical Action South Asia, Kathmandu, Nepal2Green Governance, Kathmandu, Nepal3Practical Action, Rugby, United Kingdom

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Mobile Communication Technology and Cell Broadcast Service for Emergency Alerts

Tzu-Yin Chang1, Shang-Yu Wu1Jyun-Yuan Chen11National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction , New Taipei City, Province Of China Taiwan

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Predicting Demand for Government Services during Disaster Events

Robert Power1, Bella Robinson1, David Alexander2, Mahesh Prakash21CSIRO, Canberra, Australia2CSIRO, Melbourne, Australia

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Resilience to Cope with the Unexpected

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Common Topics in C2 Doctrine for Emergency Management

Tim Grant11Retired But Active Researchers (R-BAR), Benschop, The Netherlands

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Communications and Technology Challenges to Situational Awareness: Insights from the CR16 Exercise

Hans J Scholl1, Karyn Hubbell1, Jeff Leonard11University of Washington, Seattle, The United States of America

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Enabling Collaborative and Resilient Emergency Management Efforts: DFES and Western Australia’s Adoption of a Common Operating Picture

Phil Hanson1, Caitlin McDougall21Critchlow Ltd., Perth, Australia2Critchlow Ltd., Wellington, New Zealand

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Experts’ Sensemaking During the 2003 SARS Crisis

 

Iva Seto1, David Johnstone1, Jennifer Campbell-Meier11Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

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Exploring the Physical Internet Concept to Improve Disaster Relief Operations

 

Cécile L'Hermitte1, William Wang1, Eric Deakins11University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand

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RESILICOMM: A Framework for Resilient Communication System

 

Sonia Gul1, Nurul Sarkar1, Jairo Gutierrez1, Edmund Lai11Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand

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Responding to Disaster: Resilience Engineering and Shared Leadership in Coping with Unexpected

 

Lev Zhuravsky11Waitemata District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand

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Social Media and Community Engagement Supporting Resilience Building

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Building Resilience in Small Island Developing States: Social Media during the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season

 

Briony Gray1, Mark Weal1, David Martin11University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom

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Comparison of Word Embeddings and Sentence Encodings for Generalized Representations in Crisis Tweet Classifications

 

Hongmin Li1Xukun Li1Doina Caragea1, Cornelia Caragea11Kansas State University, Manhattan, The United States of America

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Identifying Actionable Information on Social Media for Emergency Dispatch

 

Jess Kropczynski1, Rob Grace2, Julien Coche3, Shane Halse2, Eric Obeysekare2Aurélie Montarnal3, Frederick Bénaben3, Andrea Tapia21University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, The United States of America2The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, The United States of America3coles des Mines d'Albi Carmaux​, Albi, France

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Introduction of a Tracking Map to a Web Application for Location Recording and Rescue Request

 

Shuji Nishikawa1, Osamu Uchida2, Keisuke Utsu11Tokai University, Minato, Tokyo, Japan2Tokai University, Hiratsuka, Japan

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Look after Your Neighbours: Social Media and Vulnerable Groups during Extreme Weather Events

 

Marta Poblet Balcell1, Vanessa Cooper1, Stan Karanasios11RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

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Prototype of Notification and Status Monitoring System Using LINE Smartphone Application to Support Local Communities

 

Ryo Otaka1, Osamu Uchida2, Keisuke Utsu11Tokai University, Minato, Tokyo, Japan2Tokai University, Hiratsuka, Japan

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Real or Fake?  User Behaviour and Attitudes Related to Determining the Veracity of Social Media Posts

Linda Plotnick1Starr Roxanne Hiltz1, Sukeshini Grandhi2Julie Dugdale31New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark NJ, The United States of America2Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic CT, The United States of America3University of Grenoble, Grenoble, France

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Tweeting from the Shadows: Social Media Convergence Behaviour During the 2017 Iran-Iraq Earthquake

 

Maryam Shahbazi1, Christian Ehnis1, Majid Shahbazi2, Deborah Bunker11The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia2Azad University, Najafabad , Islamic Republic Of Iran

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Understanding Risk, Risk Reduction, Consequences and Forecasting

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Citizen Translation and a Community Engagement Approach to Promoting Preparedness in CALD Communities

 

Jamie Shackleton11New Zealand Red Cross, Wellington, New Zealand

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Flood Risk and Flood Insurance in New Zealand

 

Jacob Pastor11Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

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Sri Lankan Households a Decade after the Indian Ocean Tsunami

 

Diana De Alwis1Ilan Noy11Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

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The Effect of Localised Factors on Water Pipe Repair Times Post-earthquake

 

Andrew Sherson1, S Uma2, Raj Prasanna31Stantec, Wellington, New Zealand2GNS Science, Avalon, New Zealand3Joint Centre for Disaster Research / Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand

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The Poor Performance of Non Structural Components in Seismic Events in Context

 

Cary Milkop1Najif Ismail11Wellington Institute of Technology, Wellington, New Zealand

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Understanding Aggregate Human Behaviour Changes in Response to a Natural Disaster in Vanuatu via Mobile Network Data Analysis

 

Rajius Idzalika1Imaduddin Amin1Yulistina Riyadi1George Hodge1, Jong Gun Lee11Pulse Lab Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia

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