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Journal Progress in Disaster Science

Aim & Scope

Progress in Disaster Science focuses on integrating research and policy in disaster research, and publishes original research papers and invited viewpoint articles on disaster risk reduction; response; emergency management and recovery. A key part of the Journal's Publication output will see key experts invited to assess and comment on the current trends in disaster research, as well as highlight key papers. In addition, the Journal will welcome original research into new innovations and approaches, with the following emphasis: Holistic perspectives on disaster research:The journal will focus on all aspects of disaster research; from pre-disaster preparedness to post disaster relief, recovery and rehabilitation; Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (SFDRR): The journal particularly welcomes papers and articles that share overviews, case studies, and challenges regarding the implementation of the SFDRR priority areas (see below). This includes Publications that monitor and evaluate the SFDRR's ideas, tools and implementation approaches; Multi-stakeholder and implementation-oriented research:The journal will publish papers focusing on different challenges and issues related to the implementation of disaster studies. Emphasis will be given to research results that are co-designed with different groups of stakeholders; Demand-driven innovation and innovation-creating demand:There needs to be a balanced approach taken between "demand-driven" innovation, and "innovation-creating" demand in society. The Journal will highlight partnership-based research Creating a future generation of researchers: The Journal encourages papers from young scientists and/or practitioners. This aims to facilitate multi-disciplinary higher education in disaster studies. [1]

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2024-01-00

An integrated risk-based early warning system to increase community resilience against disaster

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Progress in Disaster Science , 2024 , p 100310.

10.1016/j.pdisas.2023.100310

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2024-02-00

Progressing the research on systemic risk, cascading disasters, and compound events

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Progress in Disaster Science , 2024 , p 100319.

10.1016/j.pdisas.2024.100319

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