Tim G. Frazier, Ph.D.

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2009 Geography Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
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Geography, Geodesy, Land Use Planning
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Brent M. Yarnal grad student 2009 Penn State
 (Increasing resilience to contemporary and future hurricane storm surge through adaptation planning: A case study from Sarasota County, Florida.)
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Serrano RA, Wood E, Frazier T. (2023) Cash-based aid distribution-Case study: Typhoon Yolanda. Journal of Emergency Management (Weston, Mass.). 20: 137-152
Fraser RS, Frazier T, Manning T, et al. (2023) Disaster recovery funding: Enhanced understanding for improved outcomes. Journal of Emergency Management (Weston, Mass.). 20: 23-37
Wood E, Frazier T. (2021) Disasters, community vulnerability, and poverty: The intersection between economics and emergency management. Journal of Emergency Management (Weston, Mass.). 19: 227-233
Frazier T, Boyden EE, Wood E. (2020) Socioeconomic implications of national flood insurance policy reform and flood insurance rate map revisions Natural Hazards. 103: 329-346
Fischer AP, Frazier TG. (2018) Social Vulnerability to Climate Change in Temperate Forest Areas: New Measures of Exposure, Sensitivity, and Adaptive Capacity Annals of the American Association of Geographers. 108: 658-678
Henry KD, Wood NJ, Frazier TG. (2017) Influence of road network and population demand assumptions in evacuation modeling for distant tsunamis Natural Hazards. 85: 1665-1687
Thompson CM, Frazier TG, Vachon MD. (2016) Opportunities and Constraints to Rural HAZMAT Risk Reduction Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. 13: 51-75
Henry KD, Frazier TG. (2015) Scenario-based modeling of community evacuation vulnerability Iscram 2015 Conference Proceedings - 12th International Conference On Information Systems For Crisis Response and Management
Frazier TG, Thompson CM, Dezzani RJ. (2014) A framework for the development of the SERV model: A Spatially Explicit Resilience-Vulnerability model Applied Geography. 51: 158-172
Thompson CM, Frazier TG. (2014) Deterministic and probabilistic flood modeling for contemporary and future coastal and inland precipitation inundation Applied Geography. 50: 1-14
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