Resilience and Risk: Methods and Application in Environment, Cyber and Social Domains

Resilience and Risk: Methods and Application in Environment, Cyber and Social Domains

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789402411263
Publisher: Springer Netherlands
Publication date: 08/31/2017
Series: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security
Edition description: 1st ed. 2017
Pages: 580
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction.- Chapter 1. An Introduction to Resilience for Critical Infrastructures (Igor Linkov).- Part 2: Methods.- Chapter 2: Towards a generic resilience management (Ivo Häring).- Chapter 3: Redesigning Resilient Infrastructure Research (Thomas P Seager).- Chapter 4: Designing Resilient Systems (Scott Jackson).- Part 3: Infrastructure.- Chapter 5: Infrastructure Resilience Assessment, Management (Hans R Heinimann).- Chapter 6: Engineering Resilience in Critical Infrastructures (Giovanni Sansavini).- Chapter 7: Seaport Climate Vulnerability Assessment at the Multi-Port Scale (Robert McIntosh).- Chapter 8: Resilience of Critical Infrastructures (Paolo Trucco).- Part 4: Social.- Chapter 9: Social Resilience and Critical Infrastructure Systems (Benjamin Trump).- Chapter 10: Societal Resilience: From Theory to Policy and Practice (Meir Elran).- Chapter 11: Planning Resilient Communities (Alexander Hay).- Chapter 12: Integration of Risk and Resilience into Policy (Charles Baubion).- Chapter 13: Realising critical infrastructure resilience (Jon Coaffee).- Part 5: Cyber.- Chapter 14: Bridging the Gap from Cyber Security to Resilience (Paul Roege).- Chapter 15: Cyber-Transportation Resilience (Maria Nogal).- Chapter 16: Resilience and Fault Tolerance (Niels P. Zussblatt).- Part 6: Applications.- Chapter 17: Building Resilience through Risk Analysis (Philip O'Neill).- Chapter 18: Enhancing Organizational Resilience through Risk (Dalila Antunes).- Chapter 19: Integrative Education Model for Resources (Dejan Vasovic).- Chapter 20: Valuation of Imminence Analysis (Eugene Piechoczek).- Chapter 21: Resilience needs in NATO Partner Countries (Ahmed A Hady).- Chapter 22: Contribution to Enhancement of Critical Infrastructure (Branislav Todorovic).- Chapter 23: Risk and Resiliency Assessment of Urban Groundwater Supply Sources (Zorica Srdjevic).- Chapter 24: Simulating Reservoir System Operation Under Given Scenarios (Bojan Srdjevic).

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