School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Graeme is a researcher and consultant working on complex disaster and climate risk management challenges using data analysis, systems thinking and stakeholder engagement. Passionate about providing insights and evidence to invest in proactive disaster risk management and climate adaptation.
Advised governments at all levels, along with private companies, on the impacts of disaster and climate risks. This has included developing geo-spatial risk visualisation and analysis tools and engaging with users to integrate them into policy and planning frameworks
Achieves results by drawing on a range of techniques to engage broadly, develop consensus and catalyse action. Skilled in facilitation of workshops and training sessions, developing knowledge products, and disseminating leading research to a range of audiences.
Experienced in managing challenging projects with various stakeholders and conflicting objectives. Highly skilled in written and verbal communication to a range of audiences.
Date Position Institution name 2018 Consultant - climate risk and resilience advisor World Bank Group 2017 Senior Research Fellow The University of Adelaide 2015 Research Associate The University of Adelaide 2014 PhD Candidate The University of Adelaide
Awards and Achievements
Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount 2014 Scholarship Australian Postgraduate Award — — — 2014 Scholarship Postgraduate Top-Up Scholarship Bushfire & Natural Hazard Cooperative Research Centre (BNHCRC) — —
Date Institution name Country Title 2010 - 2013 The University of Adelaide Australia Bachelor Engineering, Honours (Civil & Environmental) — The University of Adelaide Australia PhD
Year Citation 2020 Riddell, G., van Delden, H., Maier, H., & Zecchin, A. (2020). Tomorrow's disasters – Embedding foresight principles into disaster risk assessment and treatment. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 45.
2019 Riddell, G. A., van Delden, H., Maier, H. R., & Zecchin, A. C. (2019). Exploratory scenario analysis for disaster risk reduction: Considering alternative pathways in disaster risk assessment. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION, 39, 19 pages.
2018 Riddell, G., van Delden, H., Dandy, G., Zecchin, A., & Maier, H. (2018). Enhancing the policy relevance of exploratory scenarios: generic approach and application to disaster risk reduction. Futures, 99, 1-15.
DOI Scopus6 WoS4
2017 Newman, J., Maier, H., Riddell, G., Zecchin, A., Daniell, J., Schaefer, A., . . . Newland, C. (2017). Review of literature on decision support systems for natural hazard risk reduction: Current status and future research directions. Environmental Modelling and Software, 96, 378-409.
DOI Scopus27 WoS19
2016 Maier, H., Guillaume, J., van Delden, H., Riddell, G., Haasnoot, M., & Kwakkel, J. (2016). An uncertain future, deep uncertainty, scenarios, robustness and adaptation: how do they fit together?. Environmental Modelling and Software, 81, 154-164.
DOI Scopus121 WoS108
Year Citation 2015 Riddell, G. A., van Delden, H., Maier, H. R., & Zecchin, A. C. (2015). Applying an ‘outcomes of interest’ scenario framework to consider uncertainties impacting risk reduction policies. Poster session presented at the meeting of MODSIM 2015. Gold Coast, Australia. 2015 Riddell, G. A., van delden, H., maier, H. R., & zecchin, A. C. (2015). Including land value in hazard mitigation planning. Poster session presented at the meeting of AFAC 2015. Adelaide, Australia. 2014 Riddell, G. A., zecchin, A. C., Maier, H. R., & van Delden, H. (2014). Handling uncertainty in optimal decision-making for natural hazard mitigation planning. Poster session presented at the meeting of AFAC 2014. Wellington, New Zealand.
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Tutur & Lecturer: Environmental Systems Dyanmics (Level 4 Course)
Tutor: Engineering Hydrology (Level 3 Course)
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