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College of Arts & Sciences
Hazards & Vulnerability Research Institute


Identifying Existing Longitudinal Data and Systems for Measuring Resilience

 

The purpose of this project is provide an assessment of the available longitudinal data/data systems that measures or could be used to measure the human dimentsions of resilience, health, and well-being in the Gulf Resion. The project includes the following elements:

1) identification of existing and ongoing resilience-related longitudinal data using a capitals approach;

2) systematic assessment of the data systems in terms of relevance, accessibility, temporal/spatial resolution, and availability;

3) description of data gaps and other issues relted to their use for monitoring the human dimensions of resilience, health, and well-being in the region.

 

Publication:

Cutter, S.L., C.T. Emrich, M. Gall, S. Harrison, R.R. McCaster, S. Derakhshan, and E. Pham, 2019.  Existing longitudinal data and systems for measuring the human dimensions of resilience, health, and well-being in the Gulf Coast. Gulf Research Program, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine: Washington D.C.