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|Title:||Understanding the effects of infrastructure changes on subpopulations : survey of current methods, models, and tools|
|Authors:||Myers, Natalie R. D.|
Rhodes, Angela M.
Bozada, Thomas A.
Walley, Lucy A.
Enscore, Susan I.
Hurt, Tina M.
Krooks, David A.
Al-Chaar, Ghassan K.
Calfas, George W.
Morrison, Dawn A.
Roningen, Jeanne Marie.
|Publisher:||United States. Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology.|
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
Human Infrastructure System Assessment for Military Operations Program (U.S.)
|Series/Report no.:||ERDC ; TR-16-3|
|Abstract:||Abstract: The Army’s understanding of infrastructure as an operational variable has been evolving over the past 30 years in response to significant events that range from international conflicts to domestic weather-related disasters. These experiences have combined to drive a significant shift in infrastructure doctrine, which now demands that commanders and staff understand, visualize, and describe the infrastructure variable in order to accomplish the Army’s assigned missions of protecting, restoring, and developing infrastructure, all of which are missions essential to restoring stability after conflict or disaster. Current Army doctrine, however, does not say how commanders and staffs are to approach these challenging tasks. This report provides a focused examination of existing infrastructure assessment methods, models, and tools relevant to commanders’ and staffs’ growing need for utilizing a holistic analytical capability regarding infrastructure.|
|Description:||At head of title: "Human Infrastructure System Assessment for Military Operations."|
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