This paper summarizes a literature review of previous community resilience studies with a focus on natural hazards, which includes primarily models of individual infrastructure systems, their.
Measuring Community Resilience and Recovery:. We begin this paper with a discussion of the varying definitions of recovery,. Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, 518-852-5232.
Community Resilience Primer. The Draft Concept Paper includes key definitions and concepts related to community resilience capacity. The paper helps set the stage for establishing some common, broadly applicable indicators across diverse Federal programs that contribute to community resilience capacity building in many different ways.
The Resilience Research Centre Led by Dr. Michael Ungar, the Resilience Research Centre collaborates with various local, national and international institutions to carry out innovative research that explores pathways to resilience across cultures with a focus on children and youth while providing resilience measurement tools and training in the form of workshops and conferences.
This paper summarizes a literature review of previous community resilience studies with a focus on natural hazards, which includes primarily models of individual infrastructure systems, their interdependencies, and community economic and social systems.
Community Resilience: Conceptual Framework and Measurement iii Aldrich (2012) to describe three types of social capital that assist communities to prepare for, cope with, and recover from an array of shocks and stresses such as natural disasters, slow-onset shocks (e.g.
Resilience is an interesting concept in that it can be applied in similar, but different, ways in a variety of contexts. In this paper I look at the different meanings for the concept with a particular focus on individual resilience examined from a psychological perspective.
Next, research supporting resilience models, tools, and metrics at various scales (national, regional, and local) are reviewed. Finally, research on resilience of physical, social, and economic systems is presented, followed by a discussion of critical gaps and research needs to enable and improve community-level resilience assessment and.