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A socio-spatial vulnerability assessment for disaster management: insights from the 2012 emilia earthquake (italy)
Titolo Rivista: SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE 
Autori/Curatori: Fabio Carnelli, Ivan Frigerio 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2016 Fascicolo: 111 Lingua: Inglese 
Numero pagine:  23 P. 22-44 Dimensione file:  1124 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SUR2016-111002
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This article aims to provide a framework to build a spatial assessment about the interaction between social vulnerability indicators and the 2012 Emilia earthquake. Using Mirandola as case study, five social vulnerability indicators were selected, mapped and spatially correlated to a building damage index calculated using geo-referenced information of damaged buildings available at a local level. The evaluation of this spatial relationship may be a useful tool for post-disaster recovery and reconstruction policies.

L’articolo si propone di costruire un quadro di valutazione territoriale circa l’interazione tra gli indicatori di vulnerabilità sociale e il terremoto dell’Emilia del 2012. Utilizzando Mirandola come caso di studio, cinque indicatori di vulnerabilità sociale sono stati selezionati, mappati e correlati spazialmente ad un indice di danno degli edifici, calcolato utilizzando informazioni georeferenziate degli edifici danneggiati disponibili a livello locale. La valutazione di queste relazioni socio-territoriali potrebbe costituire un utile strumento ai fini di policy di recovery e ricostruzione post-disastro.
Keywords: Vulnerabilità sociale, Terremoto dell’Emilia, analisi socio-territoriale, disaster management, disaster recovery, GIS, Mirandola.

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