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Irfan Ahmad Rana
Irfan Ahmad Rana
Head of Department, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Islamabad
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COVID-19 risk perception and coping mechanisms: Does gender make a difference?
IA Rana, SS Bhatti, AB Aslam, A Jamshed, J Ahmad, AA Shah
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 55, 102096, 2021
1032021
An empirical assessment of farmers' risk attitudes in flood-prone areas of Pakistan
SE Saqib, MM Ahmad, S Panezai, IA Rana
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 18, 107-114, 2016
892016
Lahore, Pakistan–Urbanization challenges and opportunities
IA Rana, SS Bhatti
Cities 72, 348-355, 2018
822018
Actual vis--vis perceived risk of flood prone urban communities in Pakistan
IA Rana, JK Routray
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 19, 366-378, 2016
802016
Multidimensional model for vulnerability assessment of urban flooding: An empirical study in Pakistan
IA Rana, JK Routray
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 9 (3), 359-375, 2018
722018
Integrated methodology for flood risk assessment and application in urban communities of Pakistan
IA Rana, JK Routray
Natural Hazards, 1-28, 2018
722018
A multi-scale modeling approach for simulating urbanization in a metropolitan region
SS Bhatti, NK Tripathi, V Nitivattananon, IA Rana, C Mozumder
Habitat International 50, 354-365, 2015
592015
Assessing relationship between vulnerability and capacity: An empirical study on rural flooding in Pakistan
A Jamshed, IA Rana, UM Mirza, J Birkmann
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 36, 101109, 2019
562019
Gender-based approach for assessing risk perception in a multi-hazard environment: A study of high schools of Gilgit, Pakistan
AA Khan, IA Rana, A Nawaz
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 44, 101427, 2020
502020
Characterizing flood risk perception in urban communities of Pakistan
IA Rana, A Jamshed, ZI Younas, SS Bhatti
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 46, 101624, 2020
472020
Disaster and climate change resilience: A bibliometric analysis
IA Rana
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 50, 101839, 2020
432020
Changes in vulnerability and response capacities of rural communities after extreme events: Case of major floods of 2010 and 2014 in Pakistan
A Jamshed, IA Rana, J Birkmann, O Nadeem
Journal of Extreme Events, 1750013, 2017
412017
Disaster management cycle and its application for flood risk reduction in urban areas of Pakistan
IA Rana, M Asim, AB Aslam, A Jamshed
Urban Climate 38, 100893, 2021
352021
A conceptual framework to understand the dynamics of rural–urban linkages for rural flood vulnerability
A Jamshed, J Birkmann, D Feldmeyer, IA Rana
Sustainability 12 (7), 2894, 2020
352020
The spatial and temporal dynamics of infrastructure development disparity–From assessment to analyses
IA Rana, SS Bhatti, S e Saqib
Cities 63, 20-32, 2017
342017
The effect of spatial proximity to cities on rural vulnerability against flooding: An indicator based approach
A Jamshed, J Birkmann, IA Rana, D Feldmeyer
Ecological Indicators 118, 106704, 2020
272020
Community participation framework for post-disaster resettlement and its practical application in Pakistan
A Jamshed, IA Rana, MA Khan, N Agarwal, A Ali, M Ostwal
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2018
252018
Spatiotemporal dynamics of development inequalities in Lahore City Region, Pakistan
IA Rana, JK Routray, ZI Younas
Cities 96, 102418, 2020
242020
An empirical relationship between seismic risk perception and physical vulnerability: A case study of Malakand, Pakistan
SU Khan, MI Qureshi, IA Rana, A Maqsoom
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 41, 101317, 2019
242019
How do rural-urban linkages change after the extreme flood event? Empirical evidence from rural communities in Pakistan
A Jamshed, J Birkmann, JM McMillan, IA Rana, D Feldmeyer, H Sauter
Science of The Total Environment 750, 141462, 2021
232021
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