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.
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.