UBC Graduate Research

Evaluating a methodology for characterizing resilience of infrastructure systems Procyk, Andrea


Efforts to make urban areas more resilient to disasters are becoming increasingly important. One key facet of resilient urban areas is functioning infrastructure systems. This study represents an evaluation of a methodology used to characterize infrastructure vulnerabilities to disaster events. The intended clients for this project are those interested in the implementation of approaches for understanding what makes urban regions more resilient, such as municipal planners, infrastructure managers, researchers and consultants.

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