Dr. John Pine

  • Director, Research Institute for Environment, Energy and Economics
  • Geography and Planning, ASU
  • pinejc@appstate.edu
  • (828) 262-2764
  • ASU Box 32131
  • Boone NC 28608

Dr. Pine joined Appalachian State University after serving twenty-nine years on the faculty of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. He served in a joint appointment between the Department of Environmental Sciences in the School of the Coast and Environment and the Department of Geography and Anthropology in the College of Arts and Sciences. He directed LSU's multi-disciplinary graduate and undergraduate program in Disaster Science and Management. His research focused on risks associated with natural and human caused disasters. His book Natural Hazards Analysis was published by Taylor Francis in 2009.

There are 13 included publications by Dr. John Pine :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Characteristics of Injuries in the Logging Industry of Louisiana, USA: 1986 to 1998 2003 1111 Characterizing injuries and their trends will allow safety managers to concentrate their resources on the areas of safety that will be most effective in the workplace. Injuries reported to the Louisiana Office of Workers' Compensation Administration ...
The Clearinghouse Concept - A Model for Geospatial Data Centralization and Dissemination in a Disaster 2008 779 The disaster clearinghouse concept originates with the earthquake community as an effort to coordinate research and data collection activities. Though prior earthquake clearinghouses are small in comparison to what was needed in response to Hurricane...
Comprehensive Assessment of Hurricane Shelters: Lessons from Hurricane Georges 2003 1386 Gulf of Mexico states concerned with the potential adverse impact of a hurricane, participated in a joint effort to systematically evaluate the structural integrity of shelters to be opened in the event of a hurricane. The University of Florida Schoo...
Cumulative Trauma Disorders – "The Disease of the 90's": An Interdisciplinary Analysis 1995 1176 Cumulative trauma disorders (also called repetitive stress injuries orrepetitive motion injuries) involve injuries to tendons, tendon sheaths, musclesand nerves of the hands, wrists, elbows, arms, shoulders, legs or back that arecaused or aggravated ...
Environmental Health Screening With Gis: Creating A Community Environmental Health Profile 2000 616 In many communities, healthcare providers, public health officials, community groups, and individual citizens are concerned about potential connections between the environment and public health. The relationship between health outcomes and the enviro...
An Examination of Accidental-Release Scenarios from Chemical-Processing Sites: The Relation of Race to Distance 2002 566 Objective. This study is intended to enhance the discussion of environmental equity by offering a methodology that is based on chemical-specific risk zones that reflect inventories of chemical facilities, risk dispersion modeling, local weather condi...
Hurricane Katrina and Oil Spills - Impact on Coastal and Ocean Environments 2006 1831 N/A
Introduction to Hazards Analysis, in Hazards Analysis: Reducing the Impact of Disasters - Chapter 1 2014 4415 Following in the tradition of the successful first edition, Hazards Analysis: Reducing the Impact of Disasters, Second Edition provides a structure and process for understanding the nature of natural and human-caused disasters. Stressing the role of ...
Introduction to Hazards Analysis, in Hazards Analysis: Reducing the Impact of Disasters - Chapter 5 2014 2043 The book details a systematic process of hazards identification, vulnerability determination, and consequence assessment for the natural, built, and human environment. Using a cross-disciplinary approach, this book effectively demonstrates how to use...
Louisiana State University Geographic Information System Support of Hurricane Katrina Recovery Operations 2006 1336 During Hurricane Katrina a group of faculty, staff, and students at Louisiana State University voluntarily helped create, manage, and staff Geographic Information System (GIS) efforts in the Louisiana Emergency Operations Center (EOC). GIS is an inte...
A Multiple Additive Regression Tree Analysis of Three Exposure Measures During Hurricane Katrina 2010 776 This paper analyses structural and personal exposure to Hurricane Katrina. Structural exposure is measured by flood height and building damage; personal exposure is measured by the locations of 911 calls made during the response. Using these variable...
Research Needs to Support the Emergency Manager of the Future 2004 974 Changes in technology have dramatically transformed emergency management operations from interagency communications, to decision support systems, agency hazards analysis, and training. Dramatic advances in technology have and will continue to enhance...
Utilizing state hazardous materials transportation data in hazardous analysis 1996 581 Local communities in the United States are required by federal law to assess and plan for risks posed by the transportation of hazardous chemicals in the community. Two sources of datarelating to the transportation of hazardous chemicals by motor car...