Next Generation Disaster and Security Management

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Editors: Dr Michael Clarke, M.E.T.T.S. Pty Ltd & Ged Griffin, University of Melbourne

Series Editors: Dr Athol Yates, Australian Security Research Centre & Professor Priyan Mendis, University of Melbourne

Disaster and security management continually faces new challenges in scale, speed, impacts and important response expectations. 17 papers examine a range of emerging and evolving problems, and proposing solutions to them. Papers on:

  1. Enhancing Commonwealth Leadership of National Resilience Strategy by The Hon Robert McClelland MP, Federal Member for Barton, former Attorney General and former Minister for Emergency Management
  2. Sharing responsibility and community resilience: The role of law in converting policy to action by Dr Michael Eburn Senior Fellow, Fenner School of Environment and Society and ANU College of Law, The Australian National University
  3. Understanding Resilience and Management Systems by Duane Verner, Lon Carlson, Julia Phillips, and Frédéric Petit, Infrastructure Assurance Center, Decision and Information Sciences, Argonne National Laboratory
  4. United States National Preparedness Policy Transitions and Challenges by Sharon L. Caudle, The Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, United States
  5. Towards Network Centric Disaster Management by Terry Linford, ARCIS Solutions
  6. Project Management Training to Improve Disaster Management in the Next Decade by Dr Paul Steinfort, PSA Project Group and Angela Lecomber, Project Management Education Consultant
  7. Energy Security in Australia by Dr Mike Clarke, M.E.T.T.S. Pty Ltd and Dr Duncan Seddon, Duncan Seddon & Associates Pty Ltd
  8. On the nature of threats to Australia’s national security by Dr Athol Yates, Executive Director, Australian Security Research Centre
  9. The intersection between threats and Australia’s national security policy by Dr Athol Yates, Executive Director, Australian Security Research Centre
  10. Circumvention Strategies and Critical Infrastructure Protection by Julia Yaeger, Lori Eaton, Michael Collins III, and Frédéric Petit, Infrastructure Assurance Center, Decision and Information Sciences, Argonne National Laboratory
  11. Global Evolution of Critical Infrastructure Protection by Celia Porod, Frédéric Petit, James Peerenboom, Ronald Fisher, and Jordan Raess, Infrastructure Assurance Center, Decision and Information Sciences, Argonne National Laboratory
  12. The changing Web by Andrew Edwards, NSW State Emergency Service
  13. Situation Awareness for Disaster Management in the Information Age by Ken Moule, GBM Software
  14. Next generation of Disaster Management – An intelligent Disaster Decision Support System by Dr Tuan Ngo, Prof. Pascal Van Hentenryck, Prof. Priyan Mendis, Prof. Abbas Rajabifard and Dr Mohsen Kalantari, School of Engineering, the University of Melbourne and NICTA
  15. Network-Centric Public Safety by Ged Griffin, University of Melbourne
  16. Strategic Implications of Social Media for Emergency Management by Ged Griffin, University of Melbourne, Ron Jones and Cecile Paris, CSIRO
  17. Professional Opinion: Seven Step Approach to Disaster Recovery by Professor Edward J Blakely, United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney

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