Graham A. Tobin

Anthropology University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, United States 
Cultural Anthropology, Water Resource Management
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Hutton NS, Tobin GA, Whiteford LM. (2016) Modeling Nonprofit Resilience in Long-Term Recovery in Christchurch, New Zealand Professional Geographer. 1-10
Faas AJ, Jones EC, Tobin GA, et al. (2015) Critical aspects of social networks in a resettlement setting Development in Practice. 25: 221-233
Tobin GA. (2015) Risk mitigation: We are all going to die Risk Governance: the Articulation of Hazard, Politics and Ecology. 495-497
Jones EC, Faas AJ, Murphy AD, et al. (2013) Cross-cultural and site-based influences on demographic, well-being, and social network predictors of risk perception in hazard and disaster settings in Ecuador and Mexico: predictors of risk perception in hazard and disaster settings in Ecuador and Mexico. Human Nature (Hawthorne, N.Y.). 24: 5-32
Whiteford LM, Tobin GA, Vindrola-Padros C, et al. (2013) We have to think about the children: Parenting responses in chronic natural disasters International Journal of Emergency Management. 9: 59-75
Simms JL, Kusenbach M, Tobin GA. (2013) Equally unprepared: Assessing the hurricane vulnerability of undergraduate students Weather, Climate, and Society. 5: 233-243
Tobin GA, Whiteford LM. (2013) Provisioning capacity: A critical component of vulnerability and resilience under chronic volcanic eruptions Forces of Nature and Cultural Responses. 139-166
Montz BE, Tobin GA. (2012) Natural Hazards and Natural Disasters 21st Century Geography: a Reference Handbook. 509-518
Tobin GA, Whiteford LM, Jones EC, et al. (2011) The role of individual well-being in risk perception and evacuation for chronic vs. acute natural hazards in Mexico Applied Geography. 31: 700-711
Montz BE, Tobin GA. (2011) Natural hazards: An evolving tradition in applied geography Applied Geography. 31: 1-4
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