Resilient Infrastructure (2005)
Resilient Infrastructure 2005 is the first New Zealand event to look at the ability of communities as a whole tosurvive disasters and disruptions. It deals with building resilience into our built and human infrastructure, including natural, economic and social capital. The event brings together national and international perspectives on how to protect physical lifelines, improve social resilience and ensure business and economic activity can continue after a natural disaster or a major human-induced disruption.
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Survey and Introduction to the Focused Section on Mechatronics for Sustainable and Resilient Civil Infrastructure Li, Y.; Wang, Y.; Chase, Geoff; Mattila, J.; Myung, H.; Sawodny, O. (University of Canterbury. Mechanical Engineering, 2013)
Giovinazzi, S.; Hart, D.E.; Cavalieri, F.; Kongar, I. (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2014)
Quantitative system dynamics modelling of organisational health/resilience of infrastructure service providers Prileszky R; Milke M (University of Canterbury, 2019)Despite universal recognition of the importance of the infrastructure services, there has been very little focus on the enabling organisations and how they are affected by major disruptions. The work of Resilient ...