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Volume 39, issue 3, 2019

From the Editors pp. 509-510 Downloads
Tony Cox and Karen Lowrie
Cultural Values, Trust, and Benefit‐Risk Perceptions of Hydraulic Fracturing: A Comparative Analysis of Policy Elites and the General Public pp. 511-534 Downloads
Creed Tumlison and Geoboo Song
Media Disaster Reporting Effects on Public Risk Perception and Response to Escalating Tornado Warnings: A Natural Experiment pp. 535-552 Downloads
Mengtian Zhao, Heather Rosoff and Richard S. John
Terrorism Risk Assessment, Recollection Bias, and Public Support for Counterterrorism Policy and Spending pp. 553-570 Downloads
Xinsheng Liu, Kent E. Portney, Jeryl L. Mumpower and Arnold Vedlitz
Conflict of Interest Mitigation Procedures May Have Little Influence on the Perceived Procedural Fairness of Risk‐Related Research pp. 571-585 Downloads
John C. Besley, Nagwan R. Zahry, Aaron McCright, Kevin C. Elliott, Norbert E. Kaminski and Joseph D. Martin
Feelings About Fracking: Using the Affect Heuristic to Understand Opposition to Coal Seam Gas Production pp. 586-598 Downloads
Donald W. Hine, Kirsten Clarke, Anthony D. G. Marks and Methuen I. Morgan
Validation of Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment Using Epidemiological Data from Outbreaks of Waterborne Gastrointestinal Disease pp. 599-615 Downloads
Tucker Burch
Quantal Risk Assessment Database: A Database for Exploring Patterns in Quantal Dose‐Response Data in Risk Assessment and its Application to Develop Priors for Bayesian Dose‐Response Analysis pp. 616-629 Downloads
Matthew W. Wheeler, Walter W. Piegorsch and Albert John Bailer
Modeling the Airborne Infection Risk of Tuberculosis for a Research Facility in eMalahleni, South Africa pp. 630-646 Downloads
Ralf R. Küsel, Ian K. Craig and Anton C. Stoltz
Modeling the Effectiveness of Respiratory Protective Devices in Reducing Influenza Outbreak pp. 647-661 Downloads
Jing Yan, Suvajyoti Guha, Prasanna Hariharan and Matthew Myers
The Use of Telematics Devices to Improve Automobile Insurance Rates pp. 662-672 Downloads
Montserrat Guillen, Jens Perch Nielsen, Mercedes Ayuso and Ana M. Pérez‐Marín
A Data‐Driven Approach to Assessing Supply Inadequacy Risks Due to Climate‐Induced Shifts in Electricity Demand pp. 673-694 Downloads
Sayanti Mukherjee and Roshanak Nateghi
The Impact of Portfolio Location Uncertainty on Probabilistic Seismic Risk Analysis pp. 695-712 Downloads
Christoph Scheingraber and Martin A. Käser
An Insurance Model for Risk Management of Process Facilities pp. 713-728 Downloads
Seyed Javad Hashemi, Faisal Khan and Salim Ahmed
From Ideal to Real Risk: Philosophy of Causation Meets Risk Analysis pp. 729-740 Downloads
Rani Lill Anjum and Elena Rocca

Volume 39, issue 2, 2019

From the Editors pp. 291-292 Downloads
Tony Cox and Karen Lowrie
Special Series: Social Science of Automated Driving pp. 293-294 Downloads
Joseph F. Coughlin, Martina Raue, Lisa A. D'Ambrosio, Carley Ward and Chaiwoo Lee
How Should Autonomous Cars Drive? A Preference for Defaults in Moral Judgments Under Risk and Uncertainty pp. 295-314 Downloads
Björn Meder, Nadine Fleischhut, Nina‐Carolin Krumnau and Michael R. Waldmann
How Safe Is Safe Enough for Self‐Driving Vehicles? pp. 315-325 Downloads
Peng Liu, Run Yang and Zhigang Xu
Public Acceptance of Fully Automated Driving: Effects of Social Trust and Risk/Benefit Perceptions pp. 326-341 Downloads
Peng Liu, Run Yang and Zhigang Xu
sCARy! Risk Perceptions in Autonomous Driving: The Influence of Experience on Perceived Benefits and Barriers pp. 342-357 Downloads
Teresa Brell, Ralf Philipsen and Martina Ziefle
The Influence of Feelings While Driving Regular Cars on the Perception and Acceptance of Self‐Driving Cars pp. 358-374 Downloads
Martina Raue, Lisa A. D'Ambrosio, Carley Ward, Chaiwoo Lee, Claire Jacquillat and Joseph F. Coughlin
Advancing Risk‐Informed Decision Making in Managing Defense Nuclear Waste in the United States: Opportunities and Challenges for Risk Analysis pp. 375-388 Downloads
Michael R. Greenberg, George Apostolakis, Timothy Fields, Bernard D. Goldstein, David Kosson, Steven Krahn, R. Bruce Matthews, James Rispoli, Jane Stewart and Richard Stewart
Evaluation of Proactive and Reactive Strategies for Polio Eradication Activities in Pakistan and Afghanistan pp. 389-401 Downloads
Radboud J. Duintjer Tebbens and Kimberly M. Thompson
Modeling Undetected Live Poliovirus Circulation After Apparent Interruption of Transmission: Pakistan and Afghanistan pp. 402-413 Downloads
Dominika A. Kalkowska, Radboud J. Duintjer Tebbens, Mark A. Pallansch and Kimberly M. Thompson
Environmental Surveillance System Characteristics and Impacts on Confidence About No Undetected Serotype 1 Wild Poliovirus Circulation pp. 414-425 Downloads
Dominika A. Kalkowska, Radboud J. Duintjer Tebbens and Kimberly M. Thompson
Probabilistic Integrated Human Mixture Risk Assessment of Multiple Metals Through Seafood Consumption pp. 426-438 Downloads
Yi‐Jun Lin and Pinpin Lin
Why Do Countries Regulate Environmental Health Risks Differently? A Theoretical Perspective pp. 439-461 Downloads
Sander C. S. Clahsen, Irene van Kamp, Betty C. Hakkert, Theo G. Vermeire, Aldert H. Piersma and Erik Lebret
Financial Instruments for Mitigation of Flood Risks: The Case of Florence pp. 462-472 Downloads
Fabio Castelli, Marcello Galeotti and Giovanni Rabitti
Lightning Rods, Earthquakes, and Regional Identities: Towards a Multi‐Scale Framework of Assessing Fracking Risk Perception pp. 473-487 Downloads
James A. Pollard and David C. Rose
Understanding Cumulative Risk Perception from Judgments and Choices: An Application to Flood Risks pp. 488-504 Downloads
Cristóbal De La Maza, Alex Davis, Cleotilde Gonzalez and Inês Azevedo
Behaving Better BEHAVE: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by Robert M. Sapolsky, Penguin Press, 2017, and12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan B. Peterson, Random House Canada, 2018 pp. 505-508 Downloads
Louis Anthony Cox

Volume 39, issue 1, 2019

Advances in Spatial Risk Analysis pp. 1-8 Downloads
Nikolaos Argyris, Valentina Ferretti, Simon French, Seth Guikema and Gilberto Montibeller
Communicating Geographical Risks in Crisis Management: The Need for Research pp. 9-16 Downloads
Simon French, Nikolaos Argyris, Stephanie M. Haywood, Matthew C. Hort and Jim Q. Smith
Spatially Representing Vulnerability to Extreme Rain Events Using Midwestern Farmers’ Objective and Perceived Attributes of Adaptive Capacity pp. 17-34 Downloads
Maaz Gardezi and J. Gordon Arbuckle
Predicting the Risk of Biological Invasions Using Environmental Similarity and Transport Network Connectedness pp. 35-53 Downloads
Robert C. Cope, Joshua V. Ross, Talia A. Wittmann, Michael J. Watts and Phillip Cassey
A Spatio‐Temporal Exposure‐Hazard Model for Assessing Biological Risk and Impact pp. 54-70 Downloads
Emily Walker, Melen Leclerc, Jean‐François Rey, Rémy Beaudouin, Samuel Soubeyrand and Antoine Messéan
“Birds of a Feather” Fail Together: Exploring the Nature of Dependency in SME Defaults pp. 71-84 Downloads
Raffaella Calabrese, Galina Andreeva and Jake Ansell
Comparing the Economic Impact of Natural Disasters Generated by Different Input–Output Models: An Application to the 2007 Chehalis River Flood (WA) pp. 85-104 Downloads
Andre F. T. Avelino and Sandy Dall'erba
Risk Mapping of Groundwater‐Drawdown‐Induced Land Subsidence in Heterogeneous Soils on Large Areas pp. 105-124 Downloads
Jonas Sundell, Ezra Haaf, Tommy Norberg, Claes Alén, Mats Karlsson and Lars Rosén
A Probabilistic Framework for Risk Analysis of Widespread Flood Events: A Proof‐of‐Concept Study pp. 125-139 Downloads
Klaus Schneeberger, Matthias Huttenlau, Benjamin Winter, Thomas Steinberger, Stefan Achleitner and Johann Stötter
Toward Probabilistic Prediction of Flash Flood Human Impacts pp. 140-161 Downloads
Galateia Terti, Isabelle Ruin, Jonathan J. Gourley, Pierre Kirstetter, Zachary Flamig, Juliette Blanchet, Ami Arthur and Sandrine Anquetin
Spatial Vulnerability of Network Systems under Spatially Local Hazards pp. 162-179 Downloads
Xiao‐Bing Hu, Hang Li, XiaoMei Guo, Pieter H. A. J. M. van Gelder and Peijun Shi
Critical Infrastructure Vulnerability to Spatially Localized Failures with Applications to Chinese Railway System pp. 180-194 Downloads
Min Ouyang, Hui Tian, Zhenghua Wang, Liu Hong and Zijun Mao
Spatial Risk Analysis of Power Systems Resilience During Extreme Events pp. 195-211 Downloads
Dimitris N. Trakas, Mathaios Panteli, Nikos D. Hatziargyriou and Pierluigi Mancarella
A Probabilistic Approach to Assess External Doses to the Public Considering Spatial Variability of Radioactive Contamination and Interpopulation Differences in Behavior Pattern pp. 212-224 Downloads
Shogo Takahara, Masashi Iijima, Minoru Yoneda and Yoko Shimada
Spatial Transmission Models: A Taxonomy and Framework pp. 225-243 Downloads
Duncan A. Robertson
Preference Functions for Spatial Risk Analysis pp. 244-256 Downloads
L. Robin Keller and Jay Simon
An Integrated Framework for Environmental Multi‐Impact Spatial Risk Analysis pp. 257-273 Downloads
Valentina Ferretti and Gilberto Montibeller
Perceptions and Expected Immediate Reactions to Severe Storm Displays pp. 274-290 Downloads
Ihnji Jon, Shih‐Kai Huang and Michael K. Lindell
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