Tricia Wachtendorf
Tricia Wachtendorf
Professor of Sociology at the University of Delaware and Director of the Disaster Research Center
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Elements of resilience after the world trade center disaster: reconstituting New York City's Emergency Operations Centre
JM Kendra, T Wachtendorf
Disasters 27 (1), 37-53, 2003
On the unique features of post-disaster humanitarian logistics
J Holguín-Veras, M Jaller, LN Van Wassenhove, N Pérez, T Wachtendorf
Journal of Operations Management 30 (7-8), 494-506, 2012
Emergency logistics issues affecting the response to Katrina: A synthesis and preliminary suggestions for improvement
J Holguín-Veras, N Pérez, S Ukkusuri, T Wachtendorf, B Brown
Transportation research record 2022 (1), 76-82, 2007
Material convergence: Important and understudied disaster phenomenon
J Holguín-Veras, M Jaller, LN Van Wassenhove, N Pérez, T Wachtendorf
Natural Hazards Review 15 (1), 1-12, 2014
Creativity in emergency response to the World Trade Center disaster
J Kendra, T Wachtendorf
Beyond September 11th: An account of post-disaster research, 121-146, 2003
Improvising 9/11: Organizational improvisation following the world trade center disaster
T Wachtendorf
University of Delaware, 2004
Reconsidering convergence and converger legitimacy in response to the World Trade Center disaster
JM Kendra, T Wachtendorf
Terrorism and disaster: New threats, new ideas, 97-122, 2003
Comparative performance of alternative humanitarian logistic structures after the Port-au-Prince earthquake: ACEs, PIEs, and CANs
J Holguín-Veras, M Jaller, T Wachtendorf
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 46 (10), 1623-1640, 2012
A snapshot of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami: societal impacts and consequences
H Rodriguez, T Wachtendorf, J Kendra, J Trainor
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 15 (1), 163-177, 2006
Improvisation, creativity, and the art of emergency management
J Kendra, T Wachtendorf
Understanding and responding to terrorism 19, 324-335, 2007
American Dunkirk: The waterborne evacuation of Manhattan on 9/11
T Wachtendorf, JM Kendra
Temple University Press, 2016
Community innovation and disasters
JM Kendra, T Wachtendorf
Handbook of disaster research, 316-334, 2007
Improvising disaster in the city of jazz: Organizational response to Hurricane Katrina
T Wachtendorf, JM Kendra
Online forum and essays]–Social Science Research Council, 2005
The evacuation of lower Manhattan by water transport on September 11: An unplanned “success”
J Kendra, T Wachtendorf, EL Quarantelli
The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Safety 29 (6), 316-318, 2003
Catastrophe characteristics and their impact on critical supply chains: Problematizing materiel convergence and management following Hurricane Katrina
T Wachtendorf, B Brown, J Holguin-Veras
Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management 10 (2), 497-520, 2013
Rebel food... renegade supplies: Convergence after the World Trade Center attack
JM Kendra, T Wachtendorf
Disaster Research Center, 2001
Considering convergence, coordination, and social capital in disasters
T Wachtendorf, JM Kendra
Disaster Research Center, 2004
Big bird, disaster masters, and high school students taking charge: The social capacities of children in disaster education
T Wachtendorf, B Brown, MC Nickle
Children Youth and Environments 18 (1), 456-469, 2008
Elements of community resilence in the world trade center attack
JM Kendra, T Wachtendorf
Disaster Research Center, 2001
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