EVALUATION OF INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT TO REDUCE THE CRISIS WITH APPROACH TO SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE

Authors

  • S. Manafi PhD student, Urban Geography and Planning, Yazd University
  • M. H. Saraei Associate Professor of Geography, Yazd University
  • R. Mostofi Assistant Professor of Geography, Yazd University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4314/jfas.v10i2s.40

Keywords:

spatial data infrastructure, crisis risk reduction, integrated management

Abstract

As management is one of the most important elements for all activities of the current world and as Iran is one of the most hazardous countries in terms of natural disasters, the issue of management gains special importance in crisis. The main purpose of crisis management is reducing crisis risk and the ways to achieve this goal are various and have been evolved over the time. Crisis management includes a disaster before the beginning to the end and the operations after the disaster. While occurrence of each accident, the Committee of Crisis and Disasters analyzes the situation from different dimensions using existing instructions and makes the best decision and provides it for the involved organs. Due to importance of time, the main part of the process of crisis management is taken before the disaster. Reducing the risk of crisis with the integration in its heart with spatial planning is required. In this regard, spatial data infrastructure (SDI) provides required conditions for collecting and maintaining spatial data to facilitate sharing the data and creating an integrated management. Therefore, the objective of this study is to evaluate spatial data infrastructure as a context for realization of integrated management to reduce risk of probable crises using descriptive-analytical method.

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Published

2018-02-01

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