Library of Coastal Vulnerability Indicators

Owen, Damon, Micou, Paula, Viavattene, Christophe ORCID:, Parker, Dennis J. and Priest, Sally J. ORCID: (2015) Library of Coastal Vulnerability Indicators. [Dataset]

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The Resilience-Increasing Strategies for Coasts – Toolkit (RISC-KIT) FP7 EU project (2013-2017) aims to produce a set of three innovative and EU-coherent open-source and open-access methods, tools and management approaches (the RISC-KIT) in support of coastal managers, decision-makers and policy makers to reduce risk and increase resilience to low-frequency, high impact hydro-meteorological events. Risk is defined within this project as the product of the probability of a hazard, the exposure of receptors and their vulnerability. Representing the vulnerability and the potential role of DRR in their reduction is crucial for supporting the decision. As such a specific task of the RISC-KIT project (Task 2.2) is dedicated to developing a Library of Vulnerability Indicators to input in the RISC-KIT Toolkit and to test the tools on 11 case studies. The deliverable “Coastal Vulnerability Indicator Library” is composed of a Microsoft Excel database and a guidance document. The deliverable introduces the necessary concepts and methods, provides a review and a collection of existing indicators and proposes methodologies for developing new indicators. The Library has been constructed around four categories: Built Environment, Population, Ecosystem and Systems. The Library also identifies Disaster Reduction Measures influencing vulnerability and proposes methods to include within the assessment of vulnerability.

Item Type: Dataset
Research Areas: A. > School of Science and Technology > Flood Hazard Research Centre
Item ID: 15203
Depositing User: Christophe Viavattene
Date Deposited: 23 Apr 2015 14:06
Last Modified: 30 May 2019 18:34

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