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Name
Doug Johnston
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University of Canterbury
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Publications

  • School and community-based hazards education and links to disaster-resilient communities

    Authors
    Doug Johnston, K. Finnis, J. Becker, K.R. Ronan, D. Paton
    Journal
    Regional Development Dialogue
    Year
    2007
    The importance of community-based hazard education programs and the opportunities existing to increase preparedness and resilience in a community have been presented. Schools are a part of a wider com... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • These roads were made for walking? The nature and use of rural public transport services in Garut Regency, West Java, Indonesia

    Authors
    Doug Johnston
    Journal
    Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography
    Year
    2007
    Public passenger transport services receive relatively little space in the literatures on rural transport in developing economies, which mostly focus on the provision, or socioeconomic impacts, of roa... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Contamination of water supplies by volcanic ashfall: A literature review and simple impact modelling

    Authors
    Doug Johnston, G.S. Leonard, C. Stewart, C.J. Horwell, T. Thordarson, S.J. Cronin
    Journal
    Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
    Year
    2006
    Volcanic ash is the most widely-distributed product of explosive volcanic eruptions, and can disrupt vital infrastructure on a large scale. Previous studies of effects of ashfall on natural waters and... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Proximal tephra hazards: Recent eruption studies applied to volcanic risk in the Auckland volcanic field, New Zealand

    Authors
    Doug Johnston, Jim W. Cole, B.F. Houghton, C. Bonadonna, C.E. Gregg, W.J. Cousins, P. Del Carlo
    Journal
    Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research
    Year
    2006
    Auckland, New Zealand is unique in being a metropolitan area built on an active volcanic field. Despite the small size and intensity of Auckland eruptions, the risk from tephra fall is high because of... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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