Thomas J. Cova
Thomas J. Cova
Professor of Geography, University of Utah
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A network flow model for lane-based evacuation routing
TJ Cova, JP Johnson
Transportation research part A: Policy and Practice 37 (7), 579-604, 2003
Towards a general theory of geographic representation in GIS
MF Goodchild, M Yuan, TJ Cova
International journal of geographical information science 21 (3), 239-260, 2007
GIS in emergency management
TJ Cova
Geographical information systems 2 (12), 845-858, 1999
Modelling community evacuation vulnerability using GIS
TJ Cova, RL Church
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 11 (8), 763-784, 1997
Microsimulation of neighborhood evacuations in the urban–wildland interface
TJ Cova, JP Johnson
Environment and Planning A 34 (12), 2211-2229, 2002
Extending geographical representation to include fields of spatial objects
TJ Cova, MF Goodchild
International Journal of geographical information science 16 (6), 509-532, 2002
Mapping evacuation risk on transportation networks using a spatial optimization model
RL Church, TJ Cova
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 8 (1-6), 321-336, 2000
Contiguity constraints for single‐region site search problems
TJ Cova, RL Church
Geographical Analysis 32 (4), 306-329, 2000
Protective actions in wildfires: evacuate or shelter-in-place?
TJ Cova, FA Drews, LK Siebeneck, A Musters
Natural Hazards Review 10 (4), 151-162, 2009
Setting wildfire evacuation trigger points using fire spread modeling and GIS
TJ Cova, PE Dennison, TH Kim, MA Moritz
Transactions in GIS 9 (4), 603-617, 2005
Public safety in the urban–wildland interface: should fire-prone communities have a maximum occupancy?
TJ Cova
Natural Hazards Review 6 (3), 99-108, 2005
Mapping “Exurbia” in the conterminous United States using nighttime satellite imagery
PC Sutton, TJ Cova, CD Elvidge
Geocarto International 21 (2), 39-45, 2006
Mapping wildfire evacuation vulnerability in the western US: the limits of infrastructure
TJ Cova, DM Theobald, JB Norman, LK Siebeneck
GeoJournal 78 (2), 273-285, 2013
WUIVAC: a wildland-urban interface evacuation trigger model applied in strategic wildfire scenarios
PE Dennison, TJ Cova, MA Mortiz
Natural Hazards 41, 181-199, 2007
Application challenges for geographic information science: Implications for research, education, and policy for emergency preparedness and response
J Radke, TJ Cova, MF Sheridan, A Troy, M Lan, R Johnson
URISA Journal, 2000
Spatial and temporal variation in evacuee risk perception throughout the evacuation and return‐entry process
LK Siebeneck, TJ Cova
Risk Analysis 32 (9), 1468-1480, 2012
Dynamic GIS case studies: Wildfire evacuation and volunteered geographic information
E Pultar, M Raubal, TJ Cova, MF Goodchild
Transactions in GIS 13, 85-104, 2009
Setting wildfire evacuation triggers by coupling fire and traffic simulation models: a spatio-temporal GIS approach
D Li, TJ Cova, PE Dennison
Fire Technology, 1-26, 2018
EDGIS: a dynamic GIS based on space time points
E Pultar, TJ Cova, M Yuan, MF Goodchild
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 24 (3), 329-346, 2010
Modeling Evacuate versus Shelter-in-Place Decisions in Wildfires
TJ Cova, PE Dennison, FA Drews
Sustainability 3 (10), 1662-1687, 2011
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