Caroline Orchiston
Caroline Orchiston
Associate Professor, Director, Centre for Sustainability, School of Geography, University of Otago
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Organizational resilience in the tourism sector.
C Orchiston, G Prayag, C Brown
Resilience and sustainability: A complementary relationship? Towards a practical conceptual model for the sustainability–resilience nexus in tourism
S Espiner, C Orchiston, J Higham
Journal of sustainable tourism 25 (10), 1385-1400, 2017
Exploring disaster resilience within the hotel sector: A systematic review of literature
NA Brown, JE Rovins, S Feldmann-Jensen, C Orchiston, D Johnston
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 22, 362-370, 2017
Psychological resilience, organizational resilience and life satisfaction in tourism firms: Insights from the Canterbury earthquakes
G Prayag, S Spector, C Orchiston, M Chowdhury
Current Issues in Tourism 23 (10), 1216-1233, 2020
Postdisaster social capital, adaptive resilience and business performance of tourism organizations in Christchurch, New Zealand
M Chowdhury, G Prayag, C Orchiston, S Spector
Journal of Travel Research 58 (7), 1209-1226, 2019
Tourism business preparedness, resilience and disaster planning in a region of high seismic risk: The case of the Southern Alps, New Zealand
C Orchiston
Current Issues in Tourism 16 (5), 477-494, 2013
Organizational resilience and financial performance
G Prayag, M Chowdhury, C Orchiston, S Spector
Knowledge management and tourism recovery (de) marketing: The Christchurch earthquakes 2010–2011
C Orchiston, JES Higham
Current Issues in Tourism 19 (1), 64-84, 2016
An integrative framework for investigating disaster resilience within the hotel sector
NA Brown, C Orchiston, JE Rovins, S Feldmann-Jensen, D Johnston
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 36, 67-75, 2018
Seismic risk scenario planning and sustainable tourism management: Christchurch and the Alpine Fault zone, South Island, New Zealand
C Orchiston
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 20 (1), 59-79, 2012
Economic and social reconnaissance: Kaikōura earthquake 2016
JR Stevenson, J Becker, N Cradock-Henry, S Johal, D Johnston, ...
Bulletin of the New Zealand Society for Earthquake Engineering 50 (2), 343-351, 2017
Measuring disaster resilience within the hotel sector: An exploratory survey of Wellington and Hawke's Bay, New Zealand hotel staff and managers
NA Brown, JE Rovins, S Feldmann-Jensen, C Orchiston, D Johnston
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 33, 108-121, 2019
The work-sociology of academic aeromobility at remote institutions
JES Higham, D Hopkins, C Orchiston
Mobilities, 2019
Gender discourses in academic mobility
S Cohen, P Hanna, J Higham, D Hopkins, C Orchiston
Gender, Work & Organization 27 (2), 149-165, 2020
Characterising rural resilience in Aotearoa-New Zealand: a systematic review
S Spector, NA Cradock-Henry, S Beaven, C Orchiston
Regional Environmental Change 19, 543-557, 2019
Practising academic mobilities: Bodies, networks and institutional rhythms
D Hopkins, J Higham, C Orchiston, T Duncan
The Geographical Journal 185 (4), 472-484, 2019
Coseismic landsliding estimates for an Alpine Fault earthquake and the consequences for erosion of the Southern Alps, New Zealand
TR Robinson, TRH Davies, TM Wilson, C Orchiston
Geomorphology 263, 71-86, 2016
Project AF8: developing a coordinated, multi-agency response plan for a future great Alpine Fault earthquake
C Orchiston, J Mitchell, T Wilson, R Langridge, T Davies, B Bradley, ...
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics 61 (3), 389-402, 2018
Near‐real‐time modeling of landslide impacts to inform rapid response: An example from the 2016 Kaikōura, New Zealand, earthquake
TR Robinson, NJ Rosser, TRH Davies, TM Wilson, C Orchiston
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 108 (3B), 1665-1682, 2018
Outcomes of the Canterbury earthquake sequence for tourism businesses
C Orchiston, J Vargo, E Seville
University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2012
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