Natural Hazards Review

(The H4-Index of Natural Hazards Review is 16. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Effect of Climate Change on Precipitation Patterns in an Arid Region Using GCM Models: Case Study of Isfahan-Borkhar Plain107
Traffic Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Statewide Analysis of Social Separation and Activity Restriction91
Community Resilience-Focused Technical Investigation of the 2016 Lumberton, North Carolina, Flood: An Interdisciplinary Approach51
Equitable Resilience in Infrastructure Systems: Empirical Assessment of Disparities in Hardship Experiences of Vulnerable Populations during Service Disruptions46
Risk Assessment of Earthquake-Triggered Geohazards Surrounding Wenchuan, China40
Accessibility and Recovery Assessment of Houston’s Roadway Network due to Fluvial Flooding during Hurricane Harvey38
Bridging Twitter and Survey Data for Evacuation Assessment of Hurricane Matthew and Hurricane Irma36
First, Do No Harm: Evaluating the Vulnerability Reduction of Post-Disaster Home Buyout Programs32
Mobile Home Parks and Disasters: Understanding Risk to the Third Housing Type in the United States29
Floodplain Buyouts and Municipal Finance24
Seismic Behavior of Plan and Vertically Irregular Structures: State of Art and Future Challenges24
Importance of Households in Business Disaster Recovery23
Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Coupled Natural-Physical-Social Systems: Cascading Impact of Hurricane-Induced Damages to Civil Infrastructure in Galveston, Texas19
Advances of Satellite Remote Sensing Technology in Earthquake Prediction16
Development of Building Restoration Functions for Use in Community Recovery Planning to Tornadoes16
Susceptibility Assessments and Validations of Debris-Flow Events in Meizoseismal Areas: Case Study in China’s Longxi River Watershed16
Validation of Time-Dependent Repair Recovery of the Building Stock Following the 2011 Joplin Tornado16
Numerical Modeling of Overtopping-Induced Breach of Landslide Dams16