Here you will find the latest research that has gone through the Journal’s peer-review process. These include traditional, long-form academic research articles presenting a novel idea with significant results, validating the methods, and contextualising results in the wider literature. The article types in this section also include research notes, which are short-form summary articles of original research, and high-impact reviews.
Following the launch of the Journal of Catastrophe Risk and Resilience (JCRR) in June 2023, the Editorial Board is excited to announce that it is now accepting submissions for peer-review.
All submissions will be assured for high standards of scientific significance and quality and are encouraged to cover a variety of topics including:
- the monitoring and modelling of hazards
- exposure and vulnerability
- catastrophe risk management
- mitigation and adaptation strategy design by governments, NGOs, and businesses
If you would like to submit an article for peer-review, please visit the About Us section for detailed information on the Journal’s editorial processes, author guidelines, template form and submission guidelines.
Once approved, three article types, including long-form academic research articles, research notes, and high-impact reviews, will be published on this page.
As we are in the early stages of JCRR, this page is currently awaiting research submissions to go through our peer-review process.
To keep up to date on the latest original research from scientists, researchers, practitioners and decision makers across academia and the private sector, please sign up to the JCRR Newsletter here.
Are you a researcher in the field of catastrophe risk and resilience?
We invite you to contact us with an outline of your research field and publication goals, or submit your research for peer-review.