Almond, P., Giona Bucci, M., Villamor, P., Tuttle, T., Stringer, M., Smith, C. Ries, W., Watson, M. (2018). Geological control on liquefaction ejecta oral contribution NZSEE (New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering) 2018 Conference committee 13-15 April, Auckland New Zealand.
Giona Bucci, M., Villamor, P., Almond, P., Tuttle, M., Stringer, M., Smith, C., Ries, W., Watson, M. (2018). Associations between sediment architecture and liquefaction susceptibility in fluvial settings: the 2010-2011 Canterbury Earthquake Sequence, New Zealand, in Engineering Geology Journal, 237 (2018) 181-197. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enggeo.2018.01.013
Owen, S., Lawrence, J. Ryan, E., Kench, P., Bell, R., Rennie, H., Blackett, P., and Schneider, P. (2018, June) Anticipated staged managed retreat at the coastal margins, Planning Quarterly, Issue 209: 8-11.
Padulles Cubino J, Buckley HL, Day NJ, Pieper R, Curran TJ (2018). Community-level plant flammability declines over 25 years of plant invasion in grasslands. Journal of Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12933
Rennie, H. (2018, June). A journey of resilience [book review]. NZARM Broadsheet, Issue 31 p. 6 – this is a book review of Doug Avery’s The Resilient Farmer
Wilson, M.M.J., Fogarty, S.T., Glass, W., & Childerhouse, P.H. (2018), Emergency management and logistics responsiveness: A study of the Christchurch earthquakes 2011. In P. Tatham & M. Christopher (Eds), Humanitarian Logistics: Meeting the Challenge of preparing and responding to disasters, (3rd Ed), Chapt 13, (pp. 263-287). London; Kogan Page.
Wilson, M.M.J., Tatham, P., Payne,. J.L., Hermitte, C., and Shapland, M. (2018). Best practice relief supply for emergency services in a developed economy: Evidence from Queensland Australia. Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management 8(1):107-132. https://doi.org/10.1108/JHLSCM-03-2017-0008
Battersby PF, Wilmshurst JM, Curran TJ, McGlone MS, Perry GLW (2017). Exploring fire adaptation in a land with little fire: serotiny in Leptospermum scoparium (Myrtaceae). Journal of Biogeography 44: 1308-1318 DOI: 10.1111/jbi.12950
Etherington TR, Curran TJ, Long PR, Wyse SV (2017). Global land-cover change – wildfires. Pp. 50-57. Chapter 8 In: The State of the World’s Plants Report – 2017. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. (https://stateoftheworldsplants.com/2017/report/SOTWP_2017.pdf)
Giona Bucci, M. (2017). Lessons learned from liquefaction of the Canterbury Earthquake Sequence (2010-2011) to inform paleoliquefaction studies. PhD Dissertation submitted in April 2017 Lincoln University, 320 p http://researcharchive.lincoln.ac.nz/handle/10182/8776
Giona-Bucci, M., Almond, P., Villamor, P., Ries, W., Smith, C., Tuttle, M. (2107). When the earth blisters: exploring recurrent liquefaction features in the coastal system of Christchurch, during liquefaction field work Terra Nova Journal, Volume 29, Issue 3, June 2017, pages 62-172
Giona Bucci, M., Almond, P., Villamor, P., Case, B., Hodge, M. (2017). Exploratory use of random forest classification for characterising and predicting patterns of liquefaction ejecta. In Clark, K.J.; Upton, P.; Langridge, R.; Kelly, K.; Hammond, K.; 2017 Proceedings of the 8th International INQUA Meeting on Paleoseismology, Active Tectonics and Archeoseismology. Handbook and Programme, 13 16 November 2017. Lower Hutt (NZ): GNS Science XX p. (GNS Science miscellaneous series 110).
Giona Bucci, M., Almond, P., Villamor, P., Tuttle, M., Stringer, M., Smith, C., Ries, W., Bourgeois, J., Loame, R., Howarth, J., Watson, M.) in Clark, KJ.; Upton, P.; Langridge, R.; Kelly, K.; Hammond, K.; (2017). Which sedimentary environment best preserves paleoliquefaction features? 2017 Proceedings of the 8th International INQUA Meeting on Paleoseismology, Active Tectonics and Archeoseismology. Handbook and Programme, 13 16 November 2017. Lower Hutt (NZ): GNS Science XX p. (GNS Science miscellaneous series 110).
Rennie, H.G. (2017) ‘The wreck of the MV Rena – culture, risk and resilience in impact assessment’ Impact Connector (4) https://www.nzaia.org.nz/the-wreck-of-the-mv-rena.html. Republished (with permission) by International Association for Impact Assessment (Dec 2017) http://www.iaia.org/news-details.php?ID=63
Srijuntrapun, P., Fisher, D., Rennie, H.G. (2017). Assessing the sustainability of tourism-related livelihoods in an urban World Heritage Site Journal of Heritage Tourism https://doi.org/10.1080/1743873X.2017.1373779.
Tuttle, M., Villamor, P., Almond, P., Bastin, S., Giona Bucci, M., Langdridge, R., Clark, K., and Hardwick, C.M. (2017). Liquefaction Induced during the 2010-2011 Canterbury, New Zealand, Earthquake Sequence and Lessons Learned for the Study of Paleoliquefaction Features in Seismological Research Letters, July 2017, 88 (4).
Wilson, M. M. J., Umar, M., & Heyl, J. (2017). The application of the case study methodology: Resilience in domestic food supply chains during disaster relief efforts in South Asia. In G. Kovács, K. Spens, & M. Moshtari (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (1st ed., pp. 203-245). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan UK. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59099-2
Wilson, M. M. J., Tatham, P., Payne, J., L'Hermitte, C., & Shapland, M. (2017). The problem of emergency supply: Best practice in the preparation and response phases. In P. Castka, M. Wilson, & M. Chowdhury (Eds.), Proceedings of 15th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium (pp. 348-368). Sofitel Queenstown Hotel and Spa, Queenstown, New Zealand: Lincoln University. Retrieved from https://conferences.lincoln.ac.nz/
Wyse SV, Perry GLW, Curran TJ (2017). Shoot-level flammability of species mixtures is driven by the most flammable species: implications for vegetation-fire feedbacks favouring invasive species. Ecosystems doi: 10.1007/s10021-017-0195-z
Hapuarachchi, A.B., Hughey K.F.D. and Rennie, H.G. (2016). “Effectiveness of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in addressing development-induced disasters: A comparison of the EIA processes of Sri Lanka and New Zealand” Natural Hazards (81(1): 423-445. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11069-015-2089-8
Kaiser, A., Holden, C., Hamling, I., Hreinsdottir, S., Horspool, N., Massey, C., Villamor, P., Rhoades, D., Fry, B., D’Anastasio, E., Benites, R., Christophersen, A., Ristau, J., Ries, W., Goded, T., Archibald, G., Little, C., Bannister, S., Ma, Q., Denys, P., Pearson, C.,Giona- Bucci, M., Almond, P., Van Ballegooy, S., Wallace, S. (2016). The 2016 Valentine’s Day Mw 5.7 Christchurch earthquake: Preliminary report
Rennie, H. & Vallance, S. (2016). A State of New Zealand Report - Improving Technical Capacity to Plan and Manage Cities. Auckland: Urban Research Network, University of Auckland. Retrieved from https://cdn.auckland.ac.nz/.
Sword-Daniels, V., Eriksen, C., Hudson-Doyle, E. E., Alaniz, R., Adler, C., Schenk, T., & Vallance, S. (2016). Embodied uncertainty: living with complexity and natural hazards. Journal of Risk Research, 1-18. doi:10.1080/13669877.2016.1200659.
Tait, P., Vallance, S. & Rutherford, P. (2016). Expanding the conversational terrain: Using a choice experiment to assess community preferences for post-disaster redevelopment options. Land Use Policy, 55, 275-284. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2016.04.013.
Vallance, S. & Rennie, H.G. (2016). A State of New Zealand Report - Improving Urban Land Management, including Addressing Urban Sprawl. Auckland: Urban Research Network, University of Auckland. Retrieved from https://cdn.auckland.ac.nz/.
Villamor, P., Almond, P., Tuttle, M., Giona-Bucci, M., Langridge, R.M., Clark, K., Ries, W. 1, Bastin, S.H., Eger, A., Vandergoes, M., Quigley, M.C., Barker, P., Martin, F., Howarth, J. (2016). Liquefaction features produced by the 2010-2011 Canterbury earthquake sequence in south-west Christchurch, New Zealand and preliminary assessment of paleoliquefaction features BSSA (2016), 106(4): 1747-1771 https://doi.org/10.1785/0120150223
Wyse, SV., Perry, GLW., O’Connell, DM., Holland, PS., Wright, MJ., Hosted, CL., Whitelock, SL., Geary, IJ., Maurin, KJL., Curran, TJ. (2016) .A quantitative assessment of shoot flammability for 60 tree and shrub species supports ranking based on expert opinion. International Journal of Wildland Fire 25: 466–477. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.1071/WF15047
Giona-Bucci, M., Villamor, P., Almond, P., Tuttle, M., Smith, C., Ries, W., Howarth, J., Vandergoes, M., Martin-Gonzalez, F., Watson. M. (2015). Detailed pattern analysis of liquefaction surface ejection in an alluvial setting: lessons from the Canterbury earthquake sequence in MacKay, R., Savage, M. and Wilson, C. (eds). Abstracts, Geosciences 2015
Wellington, Geoscience Society of New Zealand, Miscellaneous Publication 143 a.
Giona-Bucci, M., Smith, C., Almond, P., Villamor, P. (2015). Micromorphological analysis of liquefaction features in alluvial and coastal environments of Christchurch, New Zealand in MacKay, R., Savage, M. and Wilson, C. (eds). Abstracts, Geosciences 2015 Wellington, Geoscience Society of New Zealand, Miscellaneous Publication 143 a.
Smith, C.; Giona Bucci, M.; Almond, P.; Villamor, P. (2015). QEMSCAN: the evaluation of an innovative technique for the microfabric analysis of liquefaction ejecta, Christchurch, New Zealand XIX INQUA Congress, Quaternary perspectives on Climate change, Natural Hazard and Civilization, Nagoya (Japan), 26 July-2nd August 2015, oral presentation.
Tait, P. R., Vallance, S. & Rutherford, P. (2015). Assessing post-disaster redevelopment options: A choice experiment application to earthquake rebuild in Christchurch. In Australian Agricultural & Resource Economics Society (AARES) 59th Annual Conference (pp. 87). Distinction Rotorua Hotel, NZ.
Tait, P. R., Vallance, S. & Rutherford, P. (2015, February 10). Assessing post-disaster redevelopment options: a choice experiment application to earthquake rebuild in Christchurch. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian Agriculture and Resource Economics Society (AARES) 59th National Conference. Distinction Hotel and Conference Centre, Rotorua, NZ.
Vallance, S. & Carlton, S. (2015). First to respond, last to leave: communities' roles and resilience across the '4Rs'. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 14(1), 27-36. doi:10.1016/j.ijdrr.2014.10.010.
Vallance, S. A. (2015, October 23). From activist scholar to activist planner (and back again). Poster session presented at the meeting of ANZAPS 2015: Translating Urban Planning Research and Pedagogy into Practice. Melbourne, Australia.
Vallance, S. A. (2015, September 28). Resilient cities: ‘Soft’ infrastructure for tough times. Poster session presented at the meeting of SocCon 2015. Nelson. Retrieved from https://www.eventspro.net/confer/images/Soccon15/Presentations/VallanceWednesday1345.pdf.
Vallance, S. A. (2015). An evaluation of the Waimakariri District Council's integrated and community-based recovery framework following the Canterbury Earthquakes: implications for urban resilience. Urban Policy and Research, 33(4), 433-451. doi:10.1080/08111146.2014.980401.
Vallance, S. A. (2015). Planning for resilient cities: lessons from post-earthquake Canterbury. In H. Barton,, S. Thomspon,, S. Burgess,, & M. Grant, (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-Being (pp. 455-463). New York. Retrieved from https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138023307.
Becken, S.; Mahon, R.; Rennie, H.; Shakeela, A. (2014). “The Tourism Disaster Vulnerability Framework: An application to tourism in small island destinations” Natural Hazards 71:955–972.
Dupuis,, A., Vallance, S. A. & Thorns,, D. (2014, December 3). On shaky ground: Homes as socio-legal spaces in a post-earthquake environment.. In Sociological Association Aotearoa New Zealand. Christchurch.
Edwards, S., Montgomery, R. & Vallance, S. A. (2014, December 3). Reassembling Actor-Network Theory: Integrating network analysis with empirical philosophy in the study of GMO research practices in New Zealand.. In Sociological Association Aotearoa New Zealand Conference. Christchurch.
Ming’ate, F.L.M.; Rennie, H.G.; Memon, P.A. (2014). “Potential for Co-management Approaches to Strengthen Livelihoods of Forest Dependent Communities: A Kenyan Case” Land Use Policy 41:304-312.
Vallance, S. A. (2014). A history of planning through the broken lens of disaster. In B. Bennett,, J. Dann,, E. Johnson,, & R. Reynolds, (Eds.), Once in a Lifetime: City-building After Disaster in Christchurch. Freerange Press. Retrieved from http://onceinalifetime.org.nz/.
Vallance, S. A. (2014, December 3). Involving communities in decision-making for disaster recovery and risk reduction.. Poster session presented at the meeting of Sociological Association Aotearoa New Zealand.
Vallance, S. A. (2014). Resilience planning using a socio-ecological systems approach. University of Canterbury, Christchurch. Retrieved from http://www.ucr3.canterbury.ac.nz/news/aspects-seminar-series.shtml
Vallance, S. A. (2014). City-building after disaster in Christchurch. Rydges Savoy, Christchurch.
Vallance, S. A. (2014). A History of Planning through the Broken Lens of Disaster. Canterbury University.
Villamor, P.; Giona-Bucci, M.; Almond, P.; Tuttle, M.; Langrindge, R.; Clark, K.; Ries, W.; Vandergoes, M.; Barker, P.; Martin, F.; Bastin, S.; Watson, M.; Howarth, J.; Quigley, M. (2014). Exploring methods to assess for paleoliquefaction in the Canterbury area GNS science consultancy reports 2014/183 October 2014
Gainsford, J. and Kerr, R. (2013).Swimming in Christchurch; How the Industry was Affected by the Earthquakes. LEaP Research Paper 21
Mahon, Roché; Becken, Susanne; Rennie, Hamish (2013). Evaluating the Business Case for Investment in the Resilience of the Tourism Sector of Small Island Developing States. LEaP Report 32, Lincoln University 2013.
Rennie, H.G., Mahon R., Becken S. (2013). “Disaster Risk Reduction and the Tongan tourism supply sector: A business case for investment?” p. 59 in Andriotis, K. (ed.) Book of Abstracts of the International Conference on Tourism (ICOT 2013): Trends, Impacts and Policies on Sustainable Tourism Development Limassol, Cyprus: International Association for Tourism Policy. P.116.
Tavares, Silvia; Swaffield, Simon; Stewart, Emma, Sustainability, microclimate and culture in post-earthquake Christchurch LEaP Research Paper 19, Lincoln University 2013.
Vallance, S. and Tait, P. (2013). A Community-led, Science-informed Conversation around the Future Use of the Avon River Residential Red Zone. Department of Environmental Management, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, 85084
Vallance, S. (2013). The Waimakariri District Council's Integrated Community-based Recovery Framework. Department of Environmental Management, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, 85084
Davies, Andrew Guy (2012). Memorial design : considerations for Christchurch, Master of Landscape Architecture Dissertation, School of Landscape Architecture, Lincoln University 2012.
Lambert, S., Mark-Shadbolt, M., Ataria, J., and Black, A. (2012). Indigenous resilience through urban disaster: Māori and the Christchurch/Ōtautahi earthquakes. Proceedings of the International Indigenous Development Research Conference, Auckland University, June 27-30, 2012 (pp. 234-241).
Lambert, S. and Mark-Shadbolt, M. (2012). Maori experiences and expressions of leadership through the Christchurch/Ōtautahi earthquakes. Proceedings of the International Indigenous Development Research Conference, Auckland University, June 27-30, 2012 (pp. 242-247).
Mahon, R., Becken, S., & Rennie, H. (2012). Evaluating the Business Case for Investment in the Resilience of the Tourism Sector of Small Island Developing States. A Background Paper Contributing to the Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction (GAR) 2013. Geneva, Switzerland: UNISDR.
Vallance, S. (2011). Community, resilience and recovery: Building or burning bridges? Lincoln Planning Review, 3,1, 4-7.