This book chapter presents work by the coauthors related to tsunami evacuation and Oregon preparedness.
Models of coastal hazards, ecosystems, socioeconomics, and landscape management are coupled in conjunction with alternative scenario analysis to provide tools that can allow decision-makers to explore effects of policy decisions under uncertain futures.
Study uses an interdisplinary approach, integrating engineering and economic models to find a more accurate estimate of total losses in a potential tsunmai inundation zone and the surrounding county.


Research paper address how many coastal communities, are underprepared for a tsunami event; lacking a comprehensive understanding of unplanned network disruptions as a key component to disaster management planning and infrastructure resilience.
The objective of this study is to improve understanding of coastal community resilience through examination of the graying of the fleet phenomenon in two fishing communities in Oregon.
This project focuses on tribal members with ancestral territory on the Oregon coast, there use of marine and coastal species and experience implementing policies for Oregon marine reserves.