- Use one or more high-profile events as case studies to illustrate storm-related risk and resilience measures.
- Explore storm preparedness in a chosen region, with a focus on risk assessment, management, and resilience.
- Analyze and apply information sources and data-handling methods, using case studies.
- Conduct research on storm events and local impacts through various investigative, data-rich assignments.
- Compile and review data relevant to assessing and managing risk for particular types of storm events.
- Use a Town Hall Meeting approach to assess emergency-preparedness and potential resilience within a community.
A great fit for courses in:
- Natural Hazards
- Environmental Studies
- Environmental Science
- Earth Science
- Public Policy
- Environmental Sociology
- Global Change
- Disaster Management
Table of Contents
- Doner L.A., Stapleton P. (2019) Teaching Societal Risk and Resilience Through Systems Analysis of Major Storms. In: Gosselin D., Egger A., Taber J. (eds) Interdisciplinary Teaching About Earth and the Environment for a Sustainable Future. AESS Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies and Sciences Series. Springer, Cham