James Daniell
James Daniell
General Sir John Monash Scholar, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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The CATDAT damaging earthquakes database
JE Daniell, B Khazai, F Wenzel, A Vervaeck
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11 (8), 2235-2251, 2011
Why we can no longer ignore consecutive disasters
MC de Ruiter, A Couasnon, MJC van den Homberg, JE Daniell, JC Gill, ...
Earth's future 8 (3), e2019EF001425, 2020
Natural hazard risk assessments at the global scale
PJ Ward, V Blauhut, N Bloemendaal, JE Daniell, MC de Ruiter, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 20 (4), 1069-1096, 2020
Investigation of superstorm Sandy 2012 in a multi-disciplinary approach
M Kunz, B Mühr, T Kunz-Plapp, JE Daniell, B Khazai, F Wenzel, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 13 (10), 2579-2598, 2013
Review of literature on decision support systems for natural hazard risk reduction: Current status and future research directions
JP Newman, HR Maier, GA Riddell, AC Zecchin, JE Daniell, AM Schaefer, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 96, 378-409, 2017
Exceptional sequence of severe thunderstorms and related flash floods in May and June 2016 in Germany–Part 1: Meteorological background
D Piper, M Kunz, F Ehmele, S Mohr, B Mühr, A Kron, J Daniell
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 16 (12), 2835-2850, 2016
Developing an adaptive global exposure model to support the generation of country disaster risk profiles
R Gunasekera, O Ishizawa, C Aubrecht, B Blankespoor, S Murray, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 150, 594-608, 2015
Losses associated with secondary effects in earthquakes
JE Daniell, AM Schaefer, F Wenzel
Frontiers in Built Environment 3, 30, 2017
A review of multiple natural hazards and risks in Germany
H Kreibich, P Bubeck, M Kunz, H Mahlke, S Parolai, B Khazai, J Daniell, ...
Natural Hazards 74, 2279-2304, 2014
A comparison of flood and earthquake vulnerability assessment indicators
MC De Ruiter, PJ Ward, JE Daniell, JCJH Aerts
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 17 (7), 1231-1251, 2017
Development of socio-economic fragility functions for use in worldwide rapid earthquake loss estimation procedures
J Daniell
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, 2014
The March 2011 Japan earthquake: analysis of losses, impacts, and implications for the understanding of risks posed by extreme events
B Khazai, J Daniell, F Wenzel
TATuP-Zeitschrift für Technikfolgenabschätzung in Theorie und Praxis 20 (3 …, 2011
The worldwide economic impact of historic earthquakes
JE Daniell, B Khazai, F Wenzel, A Vervaeck
The 15 World Conference on Earthquake Engineering 15, 2012
The economic costs of natural disasters globally from 1900-2015: historical and normalised floods, storms, earthquakes, volcanoes, bushfires, drought and other disasters
J Daniell, F Wenzel, A Schaefer
EGU general assembly conference abstracts, EPSC2016-1899, 2016
Open source procedure for assessment of loss using global earthquake modelling software (OPAL)
JE Daniell
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11 (7), 1885-1899, 2011
A spatial correlation model of peak ground acceleration and response spectra based on data of the Istanbul Earthquake Rapid Response and Early Warning System
T Wagener, K Goda, M Erdik, J Daniell, F Wenzel
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 85, 166-178, 2016
The softening rotation of reinforced concrete members
JE Daniell, DJ Oehlers, MC Griffith, MSM Ali, T Ozbakkaloglu
Engineering Structures 30 (11), 3159-3166, 2008
Damaging earthquakes database 2011–the year in review
J Daniell, A Vervaeck
CEDIM Earthquake Loss Estimation Series, Research Report No 1, 2012
The cost of historic earthquakes today–economic analysis since 1900 through the use of CATDAT
JE Daniell, F Wenzel, B Khazai
AEES 2010 Conference, Perth, Australia 21, 2010
The asynergies of structural disaster risk reduction measures: Comparing floods and earthquakes
MC de Ruiter, JA de Bruijn, J Englhardt, JE Daniell, H de Moel, PJ Ward
Earth's Future 9 (1), e2020EF001531, 2021
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