Development of population models for risk assessment in New Zealand

Finn R. Scheele, Adrian Benson & Nick A. Horspool
Population models are key components for natural hazard risk modelling of human impacts, such as evacuation, casualty estimation or household relocation. Existing models designed for this purpose in New Zealand lack the required details for accurate risk modelling. We propose the development of three population models. The first is a model of households containing demographics of interest. The second is a network model describing the movement of individuals from source (usual residence) to other locations...
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