Elizabeth Albright
Elizabeth Albright
Assistant Professor, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei duke.edu
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Policy change and learning in response to extreme flood events in Hungary: An advocacy coalition approach
EA Albright
Policy studies journal 39 (3), 485-511, 2011
Quantity of flowback and produced waters from unconventional oil and gas exploration
AJ Kondash, E Albright, A Vengosh
Science of the Total Environment 574, 314-321, 2017
Can behavioral decision theory explain risk-averse fire management decisions?
LA Maguire, EA Albright
Forest Ecology and Management 211 (1-2), 47-58, 2005
Learning processes, public and stakeholder engagement: Analyzing responses to Colorado’s extreme flood events of 2013
EA Albright, DA Crow
Urban Climate 14, 79-93, 2015
Learning in the aftermath of extreme floods: community damage and stakeholder perceptions of future risk
EA Albright, DA Crow
Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy 6 (3), 308-328, 2015
Do disasters lead to learning? Financial policy change in local government
DA Crow, EA Albright, T Ely, E Koebele, L Lawhon
Review of Policy Research 35 (4), 564-589, 2018
Public information and regulatory processes: What the public knows and regulators decide
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Review of Policy Research 33 (1), 90-109, 2016
Evaluating informational inputs in rulemaking processes: A cross-case analysis
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Administration & Society 49 (9), 1318-1345, 2017
Parental dietary seleno-L-methionine exposure and resultant offspring developmental toxicity
M Chernick, M Ware, E Albright, KWH Kwok, W Dong, N Zheng, ...
Aquatic Toxicology 170, 187-198, 2016
Beliefs about climate change in the aftermath of extreme flooding
EA Albright, D Crow
Climatic Change 155 (1), 1-17, 2019
A study of anthropogenic and climatic disturbance of the New River Estuary using a Bayesian belief network
F Nojavan, SS Qian, HW Paerl, KH Reckhow, EA Albright
Marine pollution bulletin 83 (1), 107-115, 2014
Environmental rulemaking across states: Process, procedural access, and regulatory influence
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (7), 1222-1240, 2016
Stakeholder participation and strategy in rulemaking: a comparative analysis
DA Crow, EA Albright, EA Koebele
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 19 (2), 208-235, 2019
Intergovernmental relationships after disaster: state and local government learning during flood recovery in Colorado
DA Crow, EA Albright
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 21 (3), 257-274, 2019
Pathways to coastal resiliency: The adaptive gradients framework
EM Hamin, Y Abunnasr, M Roman Dilthey, PK Judge, MA Kenney, ...
Sustainability 10 (8), 2629, 2018
First, do no harm: evaluating the vulnerability reduction of post-disaster home buyout programs
DJ McGhee, SB Binder, EA Albright
Natural Hazards Review 21 (1), 05019002, 2020
Capacity building toward resilience: How communities recover, learn, and change in the aftermath of extreme events
EA Albright, DA Crow
Policy Studies Journal, 2019
Evaluating Stakeholder Participation and Influence on State‐Level Rulemaking
DA Crow, EA Albright, E Koebele
Policy Studies Journal, 2019
Policy change and policy learning in a new democracy: Response to extreme floods in Hungary
EA Albright
Duke University, 2009
Building Resilience during Recovery: Lessons from Colorado’s Watershed Resilience Pilot Program
EA Koebele, DA Crow, EA Albright
Environmental Management, 1-15, 2020
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