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Indicators

These are a single variable or combination of variables that provide information on an underlying concept. We are particularly interested in indicators that can be created from a census and refer to relevant underlying concepts like exposure, adaptive capacity, human capital, social capital, as examples.

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    by Amy Kracker Selzer, College of William and Mary On the “methods” page, I discussed the creation of a village-level risk hazard index. This index aggregates information about the geographic distribution of risk for flooding, lan...
    Amy Kracker Selzer | March 14, 2013, 3:02 pm
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