ICLR research paper series

An examination of the Lytton, British Columbia wildland-urban fire destruction
Jack D. Cohen
Alan Westhaver
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 73

Benefit-cost analysis of impact-resistant asphalt shingle roofing
Keith Porter
March 2022
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 72

Enhancing the acceptability of buyouts for climate change adaptation: Exploring a social license approach for Erie Shore Drive, Ontario
Sara Bohnert
Brent Doberstein
January 2022
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 71

Building climate resilient communities: Living within the earth’s carrying capacity
Gordon A. McBean
Paul Kovacs
James A. Voogt
Gregory A. Kopp
Sophie Guilbault
July 2021
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 70

An impact analysis for the National Guide for Wildland-Urban Interface Fires
Keith Porter
Charles Scawthorn
Dan Sandink
May 2021
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 69

Developing an Efficient and Cost-Effective Inflow and Infiltration (I/I) Reduction Program: A Foundational Document for the Development of a National Standard of Canada
Barbara Robinson
Dan Sandink
June 2021
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 68

Fire following earthquake in the Vancouver region
Charles Scawthorn
November 2020
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 67

Developing a method for conducting wildland/urban interface fire case study research: A foundational document
Alan Westhaver
Steve Taylor
November 2020
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 66

Estimating the benefits of Climate Resilient Buildings and Core Public Infrastructure (CRBCPI)
Keith Porter
Charles Scawthorn
February 2020
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 65

Reducing the Risk of Inflow and Infiltration (I/I) in New Sewer Construction: A National Foundational Document for the Development of a National Standard of Canada
Barbara Robinson
Dan Sandink
David Lapp
November 2019
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 64

Fire following earthquake in the Montreal region
Charles Scawthorn
August 2019
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 63

Increasing High Wind Safety for Canadian Homes: A Foundational Document for Low-Rise Residential and Small Buildings
Dan Sandink
Gregory Kopp
Sarah Stevenson
Natalie Dale
April 2019
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 62

Development permits: An emerging policy instrument for local governments to manage interface fire risk in a changing climate
Paul Kovacs
May 2018
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 61

The governance of climate change adaptation in Canada
Danny Bednar
Jonathan Raikes
Gordon McBean
February 2018
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 60

Hail Climatology for Canada: An Update
David Etkin
February 2018
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 59

Communicating Hurricane Risk in Eastern Canada: Enhancing the communication lines between the Canadian Hurricane Centre, municipalities and insurers
Paul Kovacs
Sophie Guilbault
Brian Pentz
August 2017
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 58

Assessing local mandatory measures to reduce flood risk and inflow & infiltration in existing homes
Joanna Kyriazis
Laura Zizzo
Dan Sandink
May 2017
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 57

Why some homes survived: Learning from the Fort McMurray wildland/urban interface fire disaster
Alan Westhaver
March 2017
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 56

Risk reduction status of homes reconstructed following wildfire disasters in Canada
Alan Westhaver
September 2015
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 55

Best practices guide: Management of inflow and infiltration in new urban developments
Ted Kesik
February 2015
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 54

Best practices for reducing the risk of future damage to homes from riverine and urban flooding: A report on recovery and rebuilding in southern Alberta
Paul Kovacs
Dan Sandink
September 2013
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 53

Urban flooding in Canada: Lot-side risk reduction through voluntary retrofit programs, code interpretation and by-laws
Dan Sandink
February 2013
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 52

Involving Homeowners in Urban Flood Risk Reduction: A Case Study of the Sherwood Forest Neighbourhood, London, Ontario
Dan Sandink
May 2011
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 51

Climate change information for adaptation
James P. Bruce
February 2011
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 50

Reducing the risk of earthquake damage in Canada: Lessons from Haiti and Chile
Paul Kovacs
November 2010
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 49

Canadians at Risk: Our exposure to natural hazards
David Etkin, Editor
February 2010
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 48

Citizen participation in flood reduction planning: Strategic choices in Peterborough, Ontario
Greg Oulahen
Brent Doberstein
March 2010
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 47

Human dimensions of fire management at the wildland-urban interface in Alberta: A summary report
Tara K. McGee
Bonita L. McFarlane
Lauren Harris
Hilary Faulkner
November 2009
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 46

The resilience of the City of Kelowna: Exploring mitigation before, during and after the Okanagan Mountain Park Fire
Dan Sandink
January 2009
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 45

Sewer Backup: Homeowner perception and mitigative behaviour in Edmonton and Toronto
Dan Sandink
November 2007
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 44

Enhancing Local Level Emergency Management: The Influence of Disaster Experience and the Role of Households and Neighbourhoods
Brenda Murphy et al
July 2005
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 43

Limits to Insurance
ISCU Workshop: Comet/Asteroid Impacts and Human Society
Paul Kovacs
Andrew Hallak
January 2005
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 42

Emergency Management and the August 14th, 2003 Blackout
Brenda L. Murphy
June 2004
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 40

Earthquake Hazard Zones: The relative risk of damage to Canadian buildings
Paul Kovacs
Robert Sweeting
June 2004
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 39

Cyber-Incident Risk in Canada and the Role of Insurance
Paul Kovacs
Melissa Markham
Robert Sweeting
April 2004
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 38

Wind Loads on Houses: Destructive Model Testing of a Residential Gable Roofed House
B. Visscher
G.A. Kopp
P.J. Vickery
March 24, 2004
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 37

The Role of Government in Services for Natural Disaster Mitigation
Dan Henstra
Gordon McBean
February 2004
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 36

Reliability of steel frame systems with semi-rigid connections
H.P. Hong
S. Wang
September 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 35

Earthquake Planning for Business: A Guide for Business in British Columbia
Emergency Preparedness for Industry & Commerce Council
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 34

Collisions, Casualties, and Costs: Weathering the elements on Canadian Roads
Jean Andrey
Brian Mills
July 3, 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 33

Wind Loads on Houses: A wind tunnel study
L.M. St. Pierre et al
July 17, 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 32

Climate Change, Natural Hazards and Cities
Gordon McBean
Dan Henstra
March 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 31

Inventory of Disaster Management Education in Major Canadian Universities
L. Falkiner
March 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 30

Natural Disaster Health Research Network: Workshop Summary
March 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 29

An Assessment of Flood Risk Management in Canada
Dan Shrubsole et al
January 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 28

Insurance Securitization: Catastrophic event exposure and the role of insurance linked securities in addressing risk
Peter Carayannopoulos
Paul Kovacs
Darrell Leadbetter
January 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 27

Seismic Response of Structures with Underground Storeys
M. Hesham El Naggar
January 2003
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 26

Natural Hazards and the Canadian Insurance Industry
Mark Baker
December 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 25

A spatial fuzzy compromise programming for management of natural disasters
Slobodan S. Simonovic
December 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 24

Mitigating Catastrophic Losses: Policies and Policy-Making at Three Levels of Government in the United States and Canada
Dan Henstra
Andrew Sancton
November 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 23

Adjusting to Policy and Fiscal Change: The Case of Land Use Planning in London, Ontario
Bridget Schulte-Hostedde
Dan Shrubsole
October 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 22

Role of Remote Sensing in Disaster Management
Nirupama Agrawal
Slobodan P. Simonovic
September 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 21

A Tornado Scenario for Barrie, Ontario
David A. Etkin et al
July 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 20

Numerical Simulations of High Intensity Winds. Downburst Simulations
Horia Hangan
July 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 19

Management and maintenance practices of storm and sanitary sewers in Canadian Municipalities
E. N. Allouche
P. Freure
April 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 18

Studies on the application of tuned liquid dampers (TLD) to upgrade the seismic resistance of structures
A. El Damatty
April 2002
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 17

Disaster Response Systems in Canada
R. Kuban
H. MacKenzie-Carey
A.P. Gagnon
2001
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 16

Weather Information and Road Safety
Jean Andrey
Brian Mills
Jessica Vandermolen
August 2001
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 15

Canada’s Hail Climatology: 1977 – 1993
David Etkin
Soren Erik Brun
April 2001
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 14

Managing Catastrophic Risk: Lessons from Canada
Paul Kovacs
Howard Kunreuther
April 2001
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 13

Assessment of Risk Due To Fire Following Earthquake Lower Mainland, British Columbia
Charles Scawthorn
January 2001
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 12

Wildfires and insurance
Paul Kovacs
January 2001
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 11

L’état de préparation des intervenants en l’an 2000 Face à des pluies diluviennes comme celles du 14 Juillet 1987 (Montreal’s preparedness for flood)
Julie Boissonneau
Novembre 2000
Série de documents de recherche – No. 10

Hurricane Hazel and Extreme Rainfall In Southern Ontario
November 2000
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 9

Reflections on the future: Climate Change and its impacts on the insurance industry
June 9, 2000
Angus Ross
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 8

The Media and Public Trust in Natural Disaster: The Canadian Experience: A Roundtable
April 2000
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 7

A review of the performance of two large sub-stations and eight large dams during the Chi Chi, Taiwan earthquake
Robin Charlwood
T.E. Little
J.K. Lou
April 2000
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 6

Flood Management in Canada at the Crossroads
Dan Shrubsole
May 2000
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 5

Psychosocial Aspects of Disaster Recovery: Integrating Communities into Disaster Planning and Policy Making
David Hutton
2001
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 4

Foreign earthquake insurance programs
Richard Roth Sr.
1999
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 3

Disaster Mitigation and Preparedness in a Changing Climate
James P. Bruce
Ian Burton
Mark Egener
1999
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 2

Ice Storm ’98
Eugene L. Lecomte
Alan W. Pang
James W. Russell
December 1998
ICLR Research Paper Series – No. 1