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King, David, Bird, Deanne , Haynes, Katherine, Boon, Helen, Cottrell, Alison, Millar, Joanne, Okada, Tetsuya, Box, Pamela, Keough, Diane, and Thomas, Melanie (2014) Voluntary relocation as an adaptation strategy to extreme weather events. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 8. pp. 83-90.
King, David, Apan, Armando, Keogh, Diane, and Thomas, Melanie (2013) Adaptation and resilience in two flood-prone Queensland communities. In: Boulter, Sarah, Palutikof, Jean, Karoly, David John, and Guitart, Daniela, (eds.) Natural Disasters and Adaptation to Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, New York, NY, USA, pp. 95-105.
Thomas, Melanie, King, David, and Fidelman, Pedro (2012) Climate change adaptation in coastal cities: insights from the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. International Journal of Climate Change: impacts and responses, 3 (2). pp. 107-127.
Dale, A., Vella, K., Cottrell, A., Pert, P., Stephenson, B., Boon, H., King, D., Whitehouse, H., Hill, R., Babacan, H., Thomas, M., and Gooch, M. (2011) Conceptualising, evaluating and reporting social resilience in vulnerable regional and remote communities facing climate change in tropical Queensland. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns, QLD, Australia.
Keogh, Diane U., Apan, Armando, Mushtaq, Shahbaz, King, David, and Thomas, Melanie (2011) Resilience, vulnerability and adaptive capacity of an inland rural town prone to flooding: a climate change adaptation case study of Charleville, Queensland, Australia. Natural Hazards, 59 (2). pp. 699-723.
Vella, Karen, Dale, Allan, Cottrell, Alison, Pert, Petina, Stevenson, Bob, Boon, Helen, King, David, Whitehouse, Hilary, Hill, Ro, Babacan, Hurriyet, Thomas, Melanie, and Gooch, Margaret (2011) Towards more effective adaptive planning: measuring and reporting social resilience in vulnerable coastal communities facing climate change in tropical Queensland. In: Proceedings of the 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, pp. 1-23. From: WPSC 2011 3rd World Planning Schools Congress, 4-8 July 2011, Perth, WA, Australia.