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Exposure in disaster risk reduction describes “what is at risk”; including people, buildings, infrastructure, businesses, hazardous substances and primary industries. Exposure information comprises the details needed to support situational awareness at all levels of governance and in various phases of disaster management.
This project is addressing the data and knowledge gaps and requirements for disaster resilience, resource assessment, emergency management, risk mitigation policy and planning.
The severity of a disaster depends on how much impact it has on exposure. The scale of impact in turn depends on the decisions made as a part of disaster mitigation. Therefore, exposure information is a fundamental requirement for decision making in disaster mitigation.
This project is identifying the fundamental data requirements and modelling framework to derive exposure information to enable a better understanding of the vulnerability of people, buildings and infrastructure.
The project is a significant step towards developing national exposure information capabilities in Australia. The framework will support impact assessments on people, economy, infrastructure and the environment caused by bushfires, floods, cyclones and earthquakes.
The project has reviewed current exposure information provision capabilities to identify key issues, needs, gaps, overlaps and deficiencies. An online survey was conducted and a stakeholder engagement workshop was held to identify future information needs and to understand the trends by aligning with broader framework objectives of the National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines.
|2016||Report||Natural hazards exposure information framework: Annual project report 2015-2016. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).|
|2016||Report||Built environment exposure information framework. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2016).|
|2015||Presentation||Natural hazard exposure information framework. (2015).|
|2015||Report||Natural hazard exposure information modelling framework: Annual project report 2014-2015. (Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC, 2015).|
|2015||Report||Natural Hazards Exposure Information Modelling Framework Annual Report 2014. (2015).|
|21 Mar 2014||Natural hazard exposure information modelling framework||696.97 KB (696.97 KB)||modelling, multi-hazard, vulnerability|
|05 Dec 2014||Natural hazard exposure modelling framework||519.75 KB (519.75 KB)||exposure, framework, modelling|
|04 May 2016||Hardening buildings and infrastructure - cluster overview||0 bytes (0 bytes)||engineering, infrastructure, multi-hazard|
|24 Oct 2016||Natural hazard exposure information framework||2.85 MB (2.85 MB)||exposure, framework, modelling|
|30 Jan 2017||Strengthening infrastructure for natural hazard impacts||358.94 KB (358.94 KB)||earthquake, engineering, mitigation|
Exposure is referred to as the elements at risk within a given area that have been, or could be, subject to the impact of natural hazards.
Ready access to information improves business resilience. The same type of information can be used to identify business vulnerability and to perform an economic impact assessment in the event of a natural disaster. This framework identifies the types and sources of information to perform economic analysis. As an outcome, it equally identifies the gaps in the existing datasets.
This project will identify the data requirements and modelling framework to derive exposure information to enable a better understanding of the vulnerability of people, buildings and infrastructure.
|Economics of natural hazards||Prof David Pannell||University of Western Australia|
|Pre-disaster multihazard damage and economic loss estimation model||Prof Mehmet Ulubasoglu||Deakin University|
|Decision support system for assessment of policy and planning investment options for optimal natural hazard mitigation||Prof Holger Maier||University of Adelaide|
|Mapping and understanding bushfire and natural hazard vulnerability and risks at the institutional scale||Prof Roger Jones||Victoria University|
|Natural hazard exposure information modelling framework||Dr Krishna Nadimpalli||Geoscience Australia|
|Cost-effective mitigation strategy development for flood prone buildings||Dr Tariq Maqsood||Geoscience Australia|
|Cost-effective mitigation strategy development for building related earthquake risk||Prof Michael Griffith||University of Adelaide|
|An analysis of building losses and human fatalities from natural disasters||Dr Katharine Haynes||Macquarie University|
|Using realistic disaster scenario analysis to understand natural hazard impacts and emergency management requirements||Dr Thomas Loridan||Macquarie University|
|The Australian Natural Disaster Resilience Index: a system for assessing the resilience of Australian communities to natural hazards||Dr Phil Morley||University of New England|