Community-based Risk Evaluation Assessment (CREA)

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Onencan, Abby (2020): Community-based Risk Evaluation Assessment (CREA). Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset.
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This file contains 1424 household responses to two scales. First, the demographic scale results for the Solotvyno household survey. The demographic household survey contained the following variables:1) Age; 2)Sex; 3) Family type; 4) Religion; 5) Ethnic Origin; 6) Education; 7) Housing; 8) Annual income (in USD); 9) Years of stay; 10) Housing Type; 11) Living Situation and 12) disability. Second, the results from the Solotvyno Municipality Risk Evaluation scale. Risk assessment and ranking is part of WP1 work, however, the task of WP3 is to conduct an evaluation of the risk assessment and incorporate the community values.Based on the community values and the evidence gathered under WP1, the risk rating matrix can be colour-coded to visualise risk rankings and designate the high, medium and low-risk zones. This would enable the Solotvyno community at-a-glance to view which risks require to be prioritised. In addition, there is geo-referenced data collected on the street where the communities reside to map the community exposure to the land subsidence risk.
  • 2020-10-22 first online, published, posted
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  • European Union Civil Protection Mechanism [], 783232
TU Delft, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management


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