Gianluca Pescaroli
Gianluca Pescaroli
Associate Professor in Operational Continuity and Disaster Resilience, University College London
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A definition of cascading disasters and cascading effects: Going beyond the “toppling dominos” metaphor”, planet-risk. org
G Pescaroli, D Alexander
Journal Planet@ Risk 3 (1), 2015
Critical infrastructure, panarchies and the vulnerability paths of cascading disasters
G Pescaroli, D Alexander
Natural Hazards 82, 175-192, 2016
Understanding Compound, Interconnected, Interacting, and Cascading Risks: A Holistic Framework
G Pescaroli, D Alexander
Risk Analysis, 2018
How critical infrastructure orients international relief in cascading disasters
G Pescaroli, I Kelman
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 25 (2), 56-67, 2017
Understanding and mitigating cascading crises in the global interconnected system
G Pescaroli, M Nones, L Galbusera, D Alexander
International journal of disaster risk reduction 30, 159-163, 2018
A Likert Scale-Based Model for Benchmarking Operational Capacity, Organizational Resilience, and Disaster Risk Reduction
G Pescaroli, O Velazquez, AA Irasema, G Carmine, K Patty, D Alexander
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 11 (3), 404-409, 2020
Implications of cascading effects for the EU Floods Directive
M Nones, G Pescaroli
International Journal of River Basin Management 14 (2), 195-204, 2016
Perceptions of cascading risk and interconnected failures in emergency planning: Implications for operational resilience and policy making
G Pescaroli
International journal of disaster risk reduction 30, 269-280, 2018
Psychosocial capacity building in response to cascading disasters: A culturally informed approach
JL Miller, G Pescaroli
International journal of disaster risk reduction 30, 164-171, 2018
Increasing resilience to cascading events: The M. OR. D. OR. scenario
G Pescaroli, RT Wicks, G Giacomello, DE Alexander
Safety science 110, 131-140, 2018
A review of the technical and socio-organizational components of earthquake early warning systems
O Velazquez, G Pescaroli, G Cremen, C Galasso
Frontiers in Earth Science, 445, 2020
The role of translators and interpreters in cascading crises and disasters: Towards a framework for confronting the challenges
DE Alexander, G Pescaroli
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 29 (2), 144-156, 2020
Cascading disasters triggered by tsunami hazards: A perspective for critical infrastructure resilience and disaster risk reduction
A Suppasri, E Maly, M Kitamura, G Pescaroli, D Alexander, F Imamura
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 66, 102597, 2021
Perceptions of the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan with respect to cultural, information, disaster and social issues
A Suppasri, M Kitamura, H Tsukuda, SP Boret, G Pescaroli, Y Onoda, ...
Progress in Disaster Science 10, 100158, 2021
Promoting resilient economies by exploring insurance potential for facing coastal flooding and erosion: Evidence from Italy, Spain, France and United Kingdom
OG Dávila, M Stithou, G Pescaroli, L Pietrantoni, P Koundouri, ...
Coastal engineering 87, 183-192, 2014
Early warning and mass evacuation in coastal cities
F Hissel, G Morel, G Pescaroli, H Graaff, D Felts, L Pietrantoni
Coastal Engineering 87, 193-204, 2014
Cascading events, technology and the floods directive: future challenges
G Pescaroli, M Nones
E3S Web of Conferences 7, 07003, 2016
Resilience stress testing for critical infrastructure
I Linkov, BD Trump, J Trump, G Pescaroli, W Hynes, A Mavrodieva, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 103323, 2022
Linking healthcare and societal resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic
G Pescaroli, L Galbusera, M Cardarilli, G Giannopoulos, D Alexander
Safety science 140, 105291, 2021
Stress-test the resilience of critical infrastructure
I Linkov, B Trump, J Trump, G Pescaroli, A Mavrodieva, A Panda
Nature 603 (7902), 578, 2022
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