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Auteur(s) : Rivera, Fernando I.  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur

Titre(s) : Disaster Vulnerability, Hazards and Resilience [Texte électronique] : Perspectives from Florida

Édition : Online-Ausg

Publication : Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015

Description matérielle : Online-Ressource (1 online resource (218 p.))

Collection : Environmental Hazards
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Note(s) : Description based upon print version of record
. - 9.2.1 Rural Florida
. - ReferencesChapter 6: Resilience; 6.1 What Is Resilience?; 6.2 Elements of Disaster Resilience; 6.3 Disaster Resilience: Plans and Perceptions; 6.4 Analysis of Florida Comprehensive Management Plan; 6.4.1 Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: The Path to Resilience; 7.1 Challenges to Resilience; 7.2 Perceptions of Obstacles to Disaster Resilience; 7.3 Perceived Challenges to Disaster Resilience; 7.3.1 Principal Themes; 7.3.2 Other Challenges to Resilience Themes; 7.3.3 Brevard; 7.3.4 Orange; 7.3.5 Osceola; 7.3.6 Seminole; 7.3.7 Sumter; 7.4 Conclusion; References
Foreword; Preface; Key Elements; Research Questions; Acknowledgments; References; Contents; About the Authors; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction; 1.1 Key Terms: Hazard, Vulnerability, & Resilience; 1.2 Data Sources; 1.2.1 Survey Data; 1.2.2 Focus Group Data; 1.3 Data Analyses; 1.4 Plan for the Book; References; Chapter 2: Emergency Management in Florida; 2.1 Emergency Management in the US: Intergovernmental Perspectives; 2.2 Emergency Management in Florida; 2.2.1 Major Disasters; 2.2.2 Hurricane Andrew; 2.2.3 Four Hurricanes in 2004; 2.2.4 Key Policies ; 2.2.5 Organizations2.2.6 Financing Disaster Preparedness in Florida; 2.2.7 All Hazards Approaches for Disaster Resilience; 2.2.8 Mitigation; 2.2.9 Preparedness; 2.2.10 Response; 2.2.11 Recovery; 2.3 Emergency Management in Rural Communities; 2.4 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Geography and Resilience; 3.1 Geography, Disasters, and Hazards; 3.2 Geography and Disaster Vulnerability; 3.3 Geography and Disaster Resilience; 3.4 Coastal Disaster Resilience; 3.5 Other Hazards; 3.6 Coastal Disaster Resilience Policies and Implementation in Florida; 3.6.1 Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Hazards ; 4.1 Definition of Hazard4.2 Hazards in Florida; 4.3 Hurricanes; 4.4 Tornados; 4.5 Wildfires; 4.6 Lightening; 4.7 Floods; 4.8 Man-Made Hazards; 4.8.1 Hazards in Rural Communities; 4.9 Hazard Perception; 4.9.1 Content Analysis for 2014 Hurricane Season; 4.9.2 Hurricane Preparedness, Resilience, Vulnerability, and Hurricane Hazards; 4.9.3 Conclusion; References; Chapter 5: Vulnerability; 5.1 Disaster Vulnerability; 5.2 Disaster Vulnerability in Florida; 5.3 Disaster Vulnerability in Rural Communities; 5.4 Disaster Vulnerability Identification; 5.5 Disaster Reduction Strategies; 5.5.1 Conclusion ; Chapter 8: Communicating Resilience8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Complacency: First Hand Experience Florida Hurricane Season 2004; 8.3 Relations with News Media; 8.3.1 Worked Against Us; 8.4 Communication and Sensemaking; 8.5 Communication Strategies; 8.6 Communication Technology; 8.7 Technology and Communication; 8.7.1 Internet; 8.8 Communication and Social Capital/Trust; 8.9 Social Media and Communication; 8.10 Social Media Perceptions; 8.11 Conclusion; References; Chapter 9: Disaster Resilience in Rural Communities; 9.1 Rural Emergency Disaster Management; 9.2 Lessons from Florida Communities ; This monograph provides valuable lessons in building disaster resilience for rural communities and beyond. With a focus on Florida, the authors present a comprehensive review of the current debates surrounding the study of resilience, from federal frameworks, state plans and local initiatives. They also review evaluation tools and feature first-hand accounts of county emergency managers as well as non-profit and community groups on key issues, including perspectives on vulnerable groups such as the elderly, children and farm workers. Readers will find insightful answers to such questions as


Autre(s) auteur(s) : Kapucu, Naim. Fonction indéterminée  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur


Sujet(s) : Géologie  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Développement durable  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Politique sociale  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Sciences de la Terre  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet

Indice(s) Dewey : 338.927 (23e éd.)  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet


Numéros : ISBN 9783319164533

Notice n° :  FRBNF44679125 (notice reprise d'un réservoir extérieur)



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