Associate Professor John R. Campbell

Research Associate (Geography)

Qualifications: BA, MA Cant; PhD Hawaii

School of Social Sciences



Social or human dimensions of natural hazards; global warming in Pacific Island countries.

Research Interests

Natural hazards, global environmental change, Pacific Islands.

Recent Publications

  • Campbell, J. R. (2015). Development, global change and traditional food security in Pacific Island countries. Regional Environmental Change, 15(7), 1313-1324. doi:10.1007/s10113-014-0697-6

  • Bryant-Tokalau, J., & Campbell, J. R. (2014). Coping with floods in urban Fiji: Responses and resilience of the poor. In M. Sakai, E. Jurriens, J. Zhang, & A. Thornton (Eds.), Disaster Relief in the Asia Pacific: Agency and Resilience (pp. 132-146). Routledge.

  • Campbell, J. R., & Bedford, R. (2014). Migration and climate change in oceania. In E. Piguet, & F. Laczko (Eds.), People on the Move in a Changing Climate: The Regional Impact of Environmental Change on Migration (Vol. 2, pp. 177-204). Springer.

  • Leong, J. -A., Marra, J. J., Finucane, M. L., Giambelluca, T., Merrifield, M., Miller, S. E., . . . Wang, B. (2014). Hawai'i and U.S. affiliated Pacific Islands. In J. M. Melillo, T. T. C. Richmond, & G. W. Yohe (Eds.), Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment (pp. 537-556). U.S. Global Change Research Program, doi:10.7930/J0W66HPM

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