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Dr Sam Jones

Senior Lecturer

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

I am Senior Lecturer within the Department of Geography at Northumbria University.

Sam Jones


  • PhD September 01 1990
  • BSc (Hons) September 01 1987

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Compliance with the building byelaws and earthquake safety in urban areas of Bihar: progress, constraints and challenges, Jones, S., Vasvani, V. 2017, In: Environmental Hazards
  • A comparison of the governance landscape of earthquake risk reduction in Nepal and the Indian State of Bihar, Jones, S., Oven, K., Wisner, B. 1 Mar 2016, In: International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Conclusion: Hazards, Risks, and Disasters in Society, Collins, A., Jayawickrama, J., Jones, S., Manyena, B. 2 Dec 2015, Hazards, Risks and Disasters in Society, London, Elsevier
  • Hazards, Risks and Disasters in Society, Collins, A., Jones, S., Manyena, B., Jayawickrama, J. 2015
  • Introduction: Hazards, Risks, and Disasters in Society, Collins, A., Manyena, B., Jayawickrama, J., Jones, S. 2 Dec 2015, Hazards, Risks and Disasters in Society, London, Elsevier
  • A comparative analysis of the effects of awareness raising on knowledge of the problems of arsenic contaminated tubewell water in three Cambodian villages, Jones, S. Nov 2014, In: Population, Space and Place
  • Disaster Risk Governance: Evolution and Influences, Jones, S., Manyena, B., Walsh, S. 28 Nov 2014, Hazards, Risks and Disasters in Society, London, Elsevier
  • Governance Struggles and Policy Processes in Disaster Risk Reduction: A Case Study from Nepal, Jones, S., Oven, K., Manyena, B., Aryal, K. 1 Nov 2014, In: Geoforum
  • Local-level governance of risk and resilience in Nepal: a comparison of community-based and local authority disaster risk reduction capacity, Jones, S., Aryal, K., Collins, A. Jul 2013, In: Disasters
  • Accessibility factors and conservation forest designation affecting rattan cane harvesting in Lambusango forest, Buton, Indonesia, Widayati, A., Jones, S., Carlisle, B. 19 Nov 2010, In: Human Ecology

PGR Supervision

  • Seema Ahmed Psychosocial Wellbeing of Adolescent Girls and Young Women After the 2005 Pakistan Earthquake Start: 20/07/2016
  • Sara Walsh Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in Nepal: The Rhetoric and the Reality Start: 01/10/2013


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