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To help communities prioritize investments in resilience, this report describes a method to define hazard-specific risk based on hazard impacts, correlated with the resilience characteristics aligned with community priorities, and rank these investments based on their relative benefit. Using flood as the proof-of-principle hazard, this report describes a method and corresponding decision support tool, in development through an effort funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate, to perform a rapid flood risk assessment to support data-driven investments in resilience enhancement.
|Linking Risk to Resilience: A Quantitative Method for Communities to Prioritize Resilience Investments (2017)||852.11 KB|
Last Published Date: November 14, 2017