Program - 10th Annual CRHNet Symposium, November 5-8, 2013, Regina, Saskatchewan; Mieka Cleary (Editor and Chair, 10th Annual CRHNet Symposium)

Abstract volume - 10th Annual CRHNet Symposium, November 5-8, 2013, Regina, Saskatchewan; Mieka Cleary (Editor and Chair, 10th Annual CRHNet Symposium)

CRHNet Greetings; Ernie MacGillivray and Ron Kuban (CRHNet)

Saskatchewan Greetings; Gene Makowsky (MLA Regina)

Opening Remarks -- 2013 CRHNet Symposium; Commissioner Duane McKay (Saskatchewan Emergency Management and Honorary Co-Chair, 10th Annual CRHNet Symposium)

Closing Remarks -- 2013 CRHNet Symposium; Dr. David Malloy (Vice President (Research), University of Regina and Honorary Co-Chair, 10th Annual CRHNet Symposium)

KN01- Come Hell or High Water - How Alberta’s Best Responded to its Worst Ever Disaster: David Galea (Alberta Emergency Management) 3.8 Mb

KN03- Incentives and Disincentives Imbedded in Policies and Practices; P-Y Bourduas ()RCMP Deputy Commissioner of Federal Services and Central Region (Ret.)) 0.8 Mb

PL01- An Integrative Framework for Emergency Management; Dr. Ron Kuban (Pegasus Consulting)

PL02- "Emergency Response Safety Net" - Saskatchewan’s Public Safety Concept; Commissioner Duane McKay (Saskatchewan Emergency Management)

PL03- Panel Session: Public/Private Collaboration - Practical Guidance for Making it Work; Mark W. Baker (BCPRiskmanagement)

PL04- Lessons Learned: A Debrief of Exercise Domino; Ray Unrau (University of Regina)

TS01-01 Multi-agency Partnerships: Adapting and Evolving in Emergency Response; S. Norton and S. Verga (Defence Research and Development Canada)

TS01-02 Bridging the GAP from Destruction to Rehabilitation – Balakot Town, Pakistan; Lieutenant Colonel (Retd) Muhammad Abrar Ismael,TI (Earthquake Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Authority, Pakistan)

TS01-03 Canada – U.S. Resiliency II Experiment (CAUSE II) – Improving Cross-Border Interoperable Communications; P.C. Dawe, J. Pagotto, K. Forbes, D. O’Donnell, A. Vallerand (Defence Research and Development Canada) 2.6 Mb

TS01-04 Using Network Analysis to Inform Policy Development; S. Verga, K. Kaminska and S. Norton (Defence Research and Development Canada)

TS02-01 The Landscape and Infrastructure Resiliency Assessment, Lessons Learned and Progress Towards Application; C. Kayter, H. Hill, A. Hershmiller, J. Kindrachuk, G. Sparks, R. Armstrong, P. Christensen, L. Swystun (Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada) 6.9 Mb

TS02-02 Community Based Risk Assessment and Adaption to Natural Hazards in Haor (Wetland) Regions of Bangladesh; Khandakar Hasan Mahmud and C. Emdad Haque (University of Manitoba) 5.7 Mb

TS02-03 A Flood Risk Assessment Tool for Canada; N.L. Hastings, M.Nastev, C. Wagner, W.Chow, J.R.Rivard, L.C. Struik (Natural Resources Canada) 5.9 Mb

TS02-04 A Metro-Vancouver Risk-based Land-use Guide; L.C. Struik, L.D. Pearce, J.J. Clague, J.D. Allan, F. Dercole, M. Ulmi, L.D. Pearce, J. Shoubridge, N. Hastings, J.M. Journeay, M. Wojtarowicz, M. Weston, C. Jeromin, and R. Walker (Natural Resources Canada and others) 3.1 Mb

TS02-05 Disaster Risk Reduction Planning - At What Scale Can it Be Realistically Done?: Harvey Hill, L. Swystun, G. Sparks, and P. Christensen (Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada)

TS02-06 Community Resilience from an Essential Services Perspective; Lynne Genik. Presenter: Simona Verga (Defence Research and Development Canada) 2.3 Mb

TS03-01 Traditional Opening; Tim Eashappie, Sr.

TS03-02 Tackling the Root Causes of Vulnerability in the Face of Disaster – The Canadian Red Cross, Social Inequality and Indigenous Sovereignty; Melanie Goodchild (Canadian Red Cross) 6.4 Mb

TS03-03 Case Study: Whati Resilience Initiative; Chief Alfonz Nitsiza and Eric Bussey (IEMS Ltd) 2.0 Mb

TS03-04 Integration of Aboriginal Knowledge, Needs and Values, Landscape Hazard Assessments and Climate Change Scenarios to Inform Sustainable Community Planning in Nunatsiavut, Northern Labrador; R. Riedlsperger, C. Baikie, S. Belbin, T. Bell, C. Furgal, C. Goldhar, S. Hatcher, J. Knight, and T. Sheldon (Memorial University/Department of Geography) 9.5 Mb

TS03-05 Métis, Inuit and First Nation Disaster Resilience: Moving Away from Pan-Aboriginal Perspectives; B. L. Murphy and A. Chretien (Wilfrid Laurier University, Brantford) 2.0 Mb

TS03-06 Understanding Hazards Coping Strategy of Indigenous People: The Case of Khasi Community of Bangladesh; M. I. Choudhury, C. Emdad Haque and M. Salim Uddin (University of Manitoba) 4.6 Mb

TS03-07 Global Changes and Aboriginal Resilience: The Role of Social Media; Valérie Céré (CRHNet Board of Directors)

TS03-08 Cumulative Regional Integrated Operability Scores (CRIOS): Risk and Emergency Management Cooperation among Tribal Inclusive Geographic Areas in the US; Natalya Sousa; John Cole; Spencer Garland; Anne Garland; Lloyd Mitchell; Regina Jacobs (University of Maryland) 10.5 Mb

TS03-09 Traditional Closing; Tim Eashappie, Sr.

TS04-01 Public Works and Emergency Management; Valérie Céré (CRHNet Board of Directors)

TS04-02 Critical Infrastructure Owners and Operators – Working with Government for a More Resilient Province and Country; Steve Hess (Agrium Inc., Calgary)

TS05-01 National Risk Assessments in the Canadian Context; G. Paoli (Risk Sciences International)

TS05-02 Regional Resilience Assessment Program; J. Gulak and R. Hunt (Public Safety Canada)

TS05-03 Disaster Scenarios: Loss-estimates for Hazard Risk Analysis; L.C. Struik (Natural Resources Canada) 3.6 Mb

TS05-04 Brainstorming Session; E. MacGillivray and C. Cheung (Government of New Brunswick; Public Safety Canada)

TS06-01 Possible Impacts of Climate Change on Future Wind Gust Events at Local Scale over Canada; C.S. Cheng (Environment Canada, Toronto) 1.2 Mb

TS06-02 Yesterday’s Culture in Today’s Hazardscape; Graham Strickert (Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan)

TS06-03 Quantify the 2013 Flood Event in Alberta Using a Classic Engineering Approach; K.P. Chun, H.S. Wheater, and G. Strickert (Global Institute for Water Security, University of Saskatchewan)

TS06-04 Flood and Drought: Surface Water Coverage Tracking for Decision Support in Disaster Reduction;Jay Sagin, Anton Sizo and Karl-Reich Lindenschmidt (University of Saskatchewan)

TS07-01 “I don’t want to go back to the life I had before the tsunami” – Understanding Hidden Issues and Root Cases of Gender Vulnerability in the Case of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami; E. Yasui (Brandon University) 1.7 Mb

TS07-02 Supporting LGBTQ Resilience in Canadian Emergency Management; M. Cianfarani and S. Pacholok (University of British Columbia) 1.2 Mb

TS08-01 TS08- Social Media and Disasters – How to Plan for the Worst; Candace Lamb and Kelsie Fraser (Canadian Red Cross; Saskatoon Police

TS08-02 State of Emergency in the Big Land; Jim Stanton (Jim Stanton and Associates)

TS09-01 Praxis – Computer Simulation for Public Safety Training and Education; Colleen Vaughan and Robert Walker (Justice Institute of British Columbia) 3.3 Mb

TS09-02 Decision Simulations for Safer Risk-based Land-use Recommendations; L.C. Struik and R. Walker (Natural Resources Canada, Justice Institute of British Columbia) 3.3 Mb

GS01-01 Incorporating Integrative Complexity into Wildland Fire Management; M. R. Czaja (Colorado State University) 2.3 Mb

GS01-02 How a Primary Resource Extraction Industry was Affected by Wilfdfire; Greg Bartlett and Larry Fremont (Rural Development Institute, Brandon; Saskatchewan Environment) 6.6 Mb

GS02-01 Self-Care Decontamination Protocols and Psychosocial Considerations; L.D. Pearce, R. Monteith, C.Vaughan, A. Vaughan, B. Larcombe, J. Pinette (Justice Institute of British Columbia)

GS02-02 Improving our Treatment Options: Developing a Intravenous Formulation of the Nerve Agent Antidote HI-6; C. Stewart, J. Mikler, G. Cowan, S. Dragisic, M. Patel, C. Corman, M.-A. Beaulieu (Defence Research and Development Canada and others)

GS02-03 Climate Change on Canadian Health Care Facilities; Jaclyn Patterson (Health Canada) 4.5 Mb

GS03-01 Relocation and Housing Issues in the Aftermath of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami; E. Yasui (Brandon University)

GS03-02 Implementation of the New Zealand National Disaster Recovery Strategy; J. Lindsay (Brandon University)

GS03-03 Disaster Resilience in Developed and Developing Worlds: A Case from the Calgary, Canada 2013 Flood with Critical Comparisons from a Nepal Perspective; B.R. Sinclair, P.S. Marahatta, J. Subedi (University of Calgary) 3.1 Mb

PS01-01 Cumulative Regional Integrated Operability Scores (CRIOS) and Organizational Cooperative Model: Risk and Emergency Management Cooperation among Tribal Inclusive Geographic Areas in the US; Anne Garland, John Cole, Spencer Garland, Lloyd Mitchell, Regina Jacobs (University of Maryland)

PS01-02 Analysis and Comparison of Geohazard Management in Diverse Geographic Locations Inhabited by Indigenous Communities; Anne Garland, Kurt Swalander, Lloyd Mitchell (University of Maryland)

PS01-03 Protest to Risk Cycle (PTRC); Anne Garland, Kurt Swalander, Lloyd Mitchell, Lynnette Ansell (University of Maryland)

PS01-04 Historical Ecology for Risk Management: Youth Sustainability; Anne Garland, Natalya Sousa, Simone Balog, Michael Brady, Hollis Yenna, Kathleen Fischer (University of Maryland)

PS01-05 Nasal Spray Delivery of Antiviral Drugs Against Avian Influenza; J.P. Wong, A. Kabore, R. Tremblay (Defence Research and Development Canada, Suffield)

PS01-06 CRTI 08-0112TA, Human Monoclonal Antibodies Against Ricin; J.W. Cherwonogrodzky, W.-G. Hu, D. Chau, L.M. Negrych, S.J. Jager, D. mah, J. Yin, G. Awang, L. Saward, H. Price (Defence Research and Development Canada, Suffield)

PS01-07 Abandoned Rails Trail: A Debris Flow Study in Glacier National Park, British Colombia; L.C. de Montreuil and S.R. Cail (Victoria, BC)

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