3 edition of Risk mapping and local capacities found in the catalog.
Risk mapping and local capacities
Includes bibliographical references (p. 69) and index
|Statement||Monica Trujillo, Armado Ordóñez, Rafael Hernández|
|Series||Oxfam working paper|
|Contributions||Ordones, Armado, Hernandes, Carlos|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Project Risk Map Complexity/Inherent risk Technical Risk drivers Risk factors 1. Integration complexity 2. System development complexity 3. Impact of infrastructure 4. Extent of support for project hardware or system software 5. Availability of hardware and software for testing 6.
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Nevertheless, Human File Size: KB. Table of Contents. Foreword Salvano Briceño nging Risk: We Offer the Reader a Left Foot Book The Editors Section I: Big Picture Views – Hazards, Vulnerabilities and Capacities uction to Section I: Big Picture Views – Hazards, Vulnerabilities and Capacities The Editors g Disaster: Theories and Stories Seeking to Understand Hazards, Vulnerability and Risk Ben Wisner.
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