CDDJ User Feedback Form
This user feedback form is for general readers of the Climate, Disaster and Development Journal (CDDJ).
The CDDJ aims to publish double-blind peer-reviewed papers on all aspects and intersections of climate, disasters, and development, and their interaction. As policy makers, development workers, and the general public become more keenly aware of the rising risks posed by climate hazards and disasters and their impacts on national development, the journal provides a forum for the presentation of recent research findings on these topics and their management implications. It is aimed not only for researchers, but at anyone concerned with national development amidst climate risks and disasters.
Please help us improve the CDDJ and its services by answering the following questions. We hope to hear from you. Thank you very much.
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PART1. KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE CDDJ AND USEFULNESS
1. How did you hear about the CDD Journal?
Google Search (or other search engine - Yahoo, Bing, etc.)
OML Center website
OML Center email blast/newsletter
OML Center event
Other organizations (if possible, indicate which organization in the space below "Other")
Shared by colleague/friend
2. How useful are the CDDJ articles to you or your organization?
3. Which articles of the CDDJ did you find most useful to you or your organization? (Check all that applies)
Adaptive capacity of local communities to flash floods and landslides: Comparison of indigenous and non-indigenous people in Eastern Mindanao
Transportation Resilience in the Global South: A Post-Haiyan Investigation in Tacloban, Philippines
Assessment of Adaptation to the Impacts of Typhoon Pablo (Bopha) in Eastern Mindanao, Philippines
Hydrological modeling to assess water resources resilience towards climate change impacts in Tacloban, Philippines
Modeling of degraded reefs in Leyte Gulf, Philippines in the face of climate change and human-induced disturbances
Adaptive Capacity of Indigenous Peoples to Changing Climate: The case of the Aytas of Floridablanca, Pampanga, Philippines
Adaptation and adaptive capacity to flooding of farming households: Insights from Mabitac, Laguna, Philippines
Tourism Industry Financing of Climate Change Adaptation: Exploring the Potential in Small Island Developing States
The Role of Traditional Ecological Knowledge in the Disaster Risk Management Strategies of Island Communities in Cat Hai, Vietnam
Statistical Downscaling of Future Precipitation Scenarios for Agusan del Norte, Philippines
Total Carbon Column Observing Network Philippines: Toward Quantifying Atmospheric Carbon in Southeast Asia
Simulating impacts of El Niño and climate change on corn yield in Isabela, Philippines
Adaptability of the mental models approach to the development of risk communication messages on climate change for rice farmers in Pangasinan Province, Philippines
Calibration, validation and application of CERES-Maize model for climate change impact assessment in Abuan Watershed, Isabela, Philippines
Toward developing a humanitarian crowdsourcing model: Enabling medical and disaster response through digital collaboration
The impacts of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines: Implications to land use planning
Assessing social vulnerability to climate-related hazards among Haiyan-affected Areas in Leyte, Philippines
Assessing and mapping barangay-level social vulnerability of Tacloban City and Ormoc City to climate-related hazards
Perceptions of Typhoon Haiyan affected communities about the resilience and storm protection function of mangrove ecosystems in Leyte and Eastern Samar, Philippines
Potential long-term impact of Typhoon Haiyan on the water resources of Tacloban City and its vicinity
Vegetation resistance and regeneration potential of Rhizophora, Sonneratia and Avicennia in the Typhoon Haiyan-affected mangroves in the Philippines: Implications on rehabilitation practices
4. For which purpose have you used the CDDJ articles? (Check all that applies.)
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