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Book Chapters

Therese P. McAllister, Steve Moddemeyer (2018) Aligning Community Resilience and Sustainability, Handbook of Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure, Routledge Taylor & Francis, Oxon, London.

Bruce Ellingwood, Naiyu Wang, James Harris, Therese P. McAllister (2018) Performance-based design to achieve community resilience, Handbook of Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure, Routledge Taylor & Francis, Oxon, London.

Helgeson, J. (2017) Institutional support for combining multiple knowledge systems in planning and policy-making for community response and resilience to natural and anthropogenic hazards, in Sato, T. and Kikuchi, N. eds. 2016. Transdisciplinary Local Environment Studies: Co-creating a knowledge base for societal transformation toward sustainability. Pp. 363-385. University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, Japan.

McAllister, T.P. (2016) Community Resilience: The Role of the Built Environment, in Gardoni, P. and LaFave, J.M., eds. Multi-hazard Approaches to Civil Infrastructure Engineering, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29713-2, Pages 533-548, Springer International Publishing AG.

Created January 11, 2018, Updated March 13, 2020