What is needed is an integration of physical and social datasets through a suite of statistical and geospatial techniques to construct theoretically based and methodologically sound indicators/indices of resilience for the nation at the county level. The Hazards & Vulnerability Research Institute at the University of South Carolina has identified a set of quantitative baseline indicators for measuring disaster resilience. ...more »
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