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Inventory of Community Resilience Indicators & Assessment Frameworks

Contact: Maria Dillard..
Identifier: doi:10.18434/mds2-2297
Version: 1.0...

There is a more recent release of this resource available:    1.2.0


This dataset is an inventory of existing quantitative resilience frameworks, indicators, and measures that have been evaluated and entered into a database according to a standardized methodology. The inventory is a broad inventory of existing resilience indicators (whether proposed or applied) and key information for each indicator. The indicators span all systems likely to be included in the assessment methodology, including physical systems (e.g., buildings and infrastructure), social and economic systems, and natural systems (e.g., natural environment). The inventory is a foundational component of the Community Resilience Program's project that is aimed at developing a first-generation methodology to assess resilience at the community-scale based on community functions, supported by buildings and infrastructure systems, and the recovery of those functions following a disruptive hazard event. One aspect of this work is to identify the types of indicators that should be used as proxies to represent system attributes, dimensions, and dependencies.
Research Topics: Resilience: Community resilience    
Subject Keywords: community resilience, resilience, indicators, measurement, metrics, framework, methodology, physical system, social system, economic system, natural system    

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Version: 1.0...

There is a more recent release of this resource available:    1.2.0

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Maria Dillard (2018), Inventory of Community Resilience Indicators & Assessment Frameworks, National Institute of Standards and Technology, (Accessed 2023-10-02)
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