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Knighton, James, Hondula, Kelly, Sharkus, Cielo, Guzman, Christian and Elliott, Rebecca (2021) Flood risk behaviors of United States riverine metropolitan areas are driven by local hydrology and shaped by race. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118 (13). ISSN 0027-8424

Elliott, Rebecca (2021) Insurance and the temporality of climate ethics: accounting for climate change in US flood insurance. Economy and Society. ISSN 1469-5766

Knighton, James, Buchanan, Brian, Guzman, Christian, Elliott, Rebecca, White, Eric and Rahm, Brian (2020) Predicting flood insurance claims with hydrologic and socioeconomic demographics via machine learning: exploring the roles of topography, minority populations, and political dissimilarity. Journal of Environmental Management, 272. ISSN 0301-4797

Elliott, Rebecca (2019) Scarier than another storm: values at risk in the mapping and insuring of US floodplains. British Journal of Sociology, 70 (3). 1067 - 1090. ISSN 0007-1315

Elliott, Rebecca (2018) The sociology of climate change as a sociology of loss. European Journal of Sociology, 59 (3). 301 - 337. ISSN 0003-9756

Knighton, James O., Tsuda, Osamu, Elliott, Rebecca and Walter, M. Todd (2018) Challenges to implementing bottom-up flood risk decision analysis frameworks: how strong are social networks of flooding professionals? Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 22 (11). pp. 5657-5673. ISSN 1027-5606

Elliott, Rebecca (2017) Gender and green consumption: relational, practical, material. Journal of Consumer Ethics, 1 (2). pp. 92-99. ISSN 2515-205X

Elliott, Rebecca (2017) Who pays for the next wave? The American welfare state and responsibility for flood risk. Politics & Society, 45 (3). 415 - 440. ISSN 0032-3292

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Elliott, Rebecca (2021) Changes to the National Flood Insurance Program show the moral and political dimensions of addressing climate change. USApp – American Politics and Policy Blog (19 Feb 2021). Blog Entry.

Elliott, Rebecca (2017) It's not a lack of information that stops many Americans from adapting to flood risks; it's a lack of cash. USApp - American Politics and Policy Blog (07 Sep 2017). Website.

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