Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management

Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management (AJEDM)
Focusing on Pro-active Risk Reduction in Asia

Cheif Editors
Rajib Shaw, Kyoto University, Japan
Ramasamy R. Krishnamurthy, University of Madras, India

Managing Editor
R. R. Krishnamurthy, University of Madras, India

ISSN: 1793-9240 (print)
ISSN: 1793-9259 (online)

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Papers in Review

    The following papers are currently in review/editing process which will be published in the forthcoming issues soon.

  • Analysis of Off-site Emergency Plan and District Disaster Management Plan: A Case Study of Sambalpur, Orissa, East Coast of India
    Sreeja S. Nair and Anil K. Gupta
  • Methods and Techniques for Promoting a Multidisciplinary Environmental Research Project using GIS
    Akiyuki Kawasaki
  • Voluntary Self-help Organozation and Fire Volunteer for Mountain Disaster Risk Reduction in Reihoku Area, Japan
    Kumiko Fujita
  • Community Resilience to Natural Hazards and Climate Change Impacts: A Review of Definitions and Operational Frameworks
    Riyanti Djalante and Frank Thomalla
  • Understanding Seismic Risk Recognition and Intention for Safety Measures of Residents in Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Md. Faiz Shah and Osamu Murao
  • Usage of Media in Disaster Preparedness: With Reference to Coastal Disasters in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
    Sunitha Kuppuswamy
  • Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Video Archive Technology & AV IP Internet WWW Surveillance
    Sara Rushinek
  • The Importance of Explicit Discussions of What is Valuable in Efforts to Reduce Disaster Risk
    Per Becker
  • Psychological Consequences: 3 years after the 2004 Tsunami
    Arun S Nath
  • Prediction of Distribution of Deposits of Dioxins from Rivers on the bottom of Tokyo Bay
    Satoshi Imano, Akira Wada and Tomoaki Nakamura
  • Assessing Social Vulnerability to Earthquake Hazards in Old Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Mehedi Ahmed Ansary
  • Structural Strengthening of Settlements in the Coastal areas of Bangladesh
    Tahmina Rahman
  • Environment Awareness on Landslide Issues in Malaysia: A Review in Paya Terubong, Penang
    Habibah Lateh and Jamilah Ahmad
  • NGO Managed Information System For Disaster Preparedness: A Case Study of Two Tsunami Affected Villages Iin Nagapattinam, India
    Arvind Kumar
  • Structural Strengthening of Settlements in The Coastal Areas of Bangladesh
    Tahmina Rahman
  • Drought Vulnerability, Coping Capacity And Residual Risk: Evidence From Bolangir District In Orissa, India
    Mrutyunjay Swain and Mamata Swain