Dale Dominey-Howes mainly investigates Vulnerability, Vulnerability assessment, Environmental resource management, Oceanography and Indian ocean. His Vulnerability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Small Island Developing States, Climate change and Disaster risk reduction, Environmental planning. Within one scientific family, Dale Dominey-Howes focuses on topics pertaining to Civil engineering under Vulnerability assessment, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Geographic information system and Risk analysis.
His Environmental resource management study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Indigenous, Sustainability, Psychological resilience and Destinations. His work deals with themes such as Geologic record and Tsunami hazard, which intersect with Oceanography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Tropical cyclone, Debris and Natural hazard.
His primary areas of study are Vulnerability, Oceanography, Natural hazard, Environmental resource management and Environmental planning. His Vulnerability research incorporates elements of Disaster risk reduction and Psychological resilience. His research integrates issues of Sedimentary rock and Tsunami hazard in his study of Oceanography.
Dale Dominey-Howes combines subjects such as Landslide and Submarine pipeline with his study of Natural hazard. His study in Environmental resource management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Destinations, Tourism, Climate change, Sustainability and Risk assessment. His Environmental planning research incorporates themes from Volcanic hazards and Emergency management.
Dale Dominey-Howes spends much of his time researching Natural hazard, Gender studies, Disaster risk reduction, Vulnerability and Lesbian. His Natural hazard study is focused on Oceanography in general. His work is dedicated to discovering how Gender studies, Identity are connected with Natural disaster and Feeling and other disciplines.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Construction engineering, Psychological resilience and Civil engineering in addition to Vulnerability. His research integrates issues of Criminology and Trans people in his study of Lesbian. Dale Dominey-Howes has researched Vulnerability assessment in several fields, including Small Island Developing States, Development economics, Sustainable tourism, Sustainability and Environmental impact assessment.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Lesbian, Gender studies, Natural hazard, Active listening and Conversation. His Lesbian research incorporates elements of Coping, Criminology and Social group. His work deals with themes such as Identity and Natural disaster, which intersect with Gender studies.
He has included themes like Storm, Local government, Flood myth and Environmental resource management in his Natural hazard study. Active listening is intertwined with Interview data and Multiple case in his research.
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The Antimicrobial Resistance Crisis: Causes, Consequences, and Management
Carolyn Anne Michael;Dale Dominey-Howes;Maurizio Labbate.
Frontiers in Public Health (2014)
The potential for combining indigenous and western knowledge in reducing vulnerability to environmental hazards in small island developing states
Jessica Mercer;Dale Dominey-Howes;Ilan Kelman;Kate Lloyd.
Environmental Hazards (2007)
Progress in palaeotsunami research
James Goff;Catherine Chagué-Goff;Catherine Chagué-Goff;Scott Nichol;Bruce Jaffe.
Sedimentary Geology (2012)
Expanding the proxy toolkit to help identify past events — Lessons from the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami and the 2009 South Pacific Tsunami
Catherine Chagué-Goff;Catherine Chagué-Goff;Jean Luc Schneider;James R. Goff;Dale Dominey-Howes.
Earth-Science Reviews (2011)
Tsunami vulnerability assessment and its implications for coastal hazard analysis and disaster management planning, Gulf of Corinth, Greece
M. Papathoma;D. Dominey-Howes.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2003)
Assessing tsunami vulnerability, an example from Herakleio, Crete
Maria Papathoma;Dale Tim Maurice Dominey-Howes;Y Zong;David Smith.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2003)
From vulnerability to transformation: a framework for assessing the vulnerability and resilience of tourism destinations
Emma Calgaro;Kate Lloyd;Dale Dominey-Howes.
Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2014)
Volcanic risk and tourism in southern Iceland: Implications for hazard, risk and emergency response education and training
Deanne Katherine Bird;Deanne Katherine Bird;Guðrún Gísladóttir;Dale Dominey-Howes.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2010)
Integrating community based disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation: examples from the Pacific
A. Gero;K. Méheux;D. Dominey-Howes.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2011)
Tsunami sediments and their foraminiferal assemblages
Briony Mamo;Luke Strotz;Luke Strotz;Dale Dominey-Howes.
Earth-Science Reviews (2009)
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