Loic Le De
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Pakistan 2010 floods. Policy gaps in disaster preparedness and response
S Deen
International journal of disaster risk reduction 12, 341-349, 2015
145*2015
Remittances in the face of disasters: A case study of rural Samoa
L Le De, JC Gaillard, W Friesen, FM Smith
Environment, Development and Sustainability 17 (3), 653-672, 2015
412015
An integrative approach to understand vulnerability and resilience post-disaster
T Rey, L Le De, F Leone, D Gilbert
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2017
342017
The role of religious beliefs and practices in disaster
A Gianisa, L Le De
Disaster Prevention and Management, 2018
332018
Poverty and disasters: do remittances reproduce vulnerability?
L Le Dé, JC Gaillard, W Friesen
The Journal of Development Studies 51 (5), 538-553, 2015
282015
Academics doing participatory disaster research: how participatory is it?
L Le Dé, JC Gaillard, W Friesen
Environmental Hazards 14 (1), 1-15, 2015
252015
Sustainable livelihoods and effectiveness of disaster responses: a case study of tropical cyclone Pam in Vanuatu
L Le Dé, T Rey, F Leone, D Gilbert
Natural hazards 91 (3), 1203-1221, 2018
192018
Our family comes first: Migrants’ perspectives on remittances in disaster
L Le Dé, JC Gaillard, W Friesen, M Pupualii, C Brown, A Aupito
Migration and Development 5 (1), 130-148, 2016
172016
Participatory numbers for integrating knowledge and actions in development
JC Gaillard, JR Cadag, A Gampell, K Hore, L Le Dé, A McSherry
Development in Practice 26 (8), 998-1012, 2016
142016
Remittances for disaster risk management: perspectives from Pacific Island migrants living in New Zealand
J Pairama, L Le Dé
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 9 (3), 331-343, 2018
82018
A long term building capacity model that prepares for effective disaster relief
S Coupet, R Nassiri, O Aliu, C Coppola
International journal of disaster risk reduction 4, 10-14, 2013
52013
Post-disaster reconstruction strategy: opportunity or opportunism? 2009 Tsunami in Samoa as a case study
L Le De
Masters Thesis-University of Auckland, 2011
42011
‘Serious’ Disaster Video Games: An Innovative Approach to Teaching and Learning about Disasters and Disaster Risk Reduction
A Gampell, JC Gaillard, M Parsons, L Le Dé
Journal of Geography 119 (5), 159-170, 2020
32020
Disaster risk reduction and emergency management in prison: A scoping study from New Zealand
L Le Dé, JC Gaillard
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 25 (4), 376-381, 2017
32017
Leçons tirées du cyclone Pam au Vanuatu (Mélanésie) : aléas côtiers, crues éclairs et dommages
DG Rey T., Le Dé L., Leone F.
Géomorphologie: relief, processus, environnement, 2017
32017
Connecting knowledge and policy for disaster risk reduction including climate change adaptation
L Le Dé
Routledge Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation …, 2017
22017
Post-disaster Reconstruction Strategy: Opportunity or Opportunism?
L Le De
22011
Exploring the use of the Quake Safe House video game to foster disaster and disaster risk reduction awareness in museum visitors
AV Gampell, JC Gaillard, M Parsons, L Le Dé
International journal of disaster risk reduction 52, 101934, 2021
12021
Whose views matter in post-disaster recovery? A case study of “build back better” in Tacloban City after Typhoon Haiyan
Y Su, L Le Dé
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 51, 101786, 2020
12020
Localising the UN cluster approach: the Philippines as a case study
MRT Abaya, L Le Dé, Y Lopez
Environmental Hazards 19 (4), 360-374, 2020
12020
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