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Managing Resilience and Sustainability of Interconnected, Interdependent, and Interactive Critical Infrastructure Systems

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Managing Resilience and Sustainability of Interconnected, Interdependent, and Interactive Critical Infrastructure Systems
Managing Resilience and
Sustainability of Interconnected,
Interdependent, and Interactive
Critical Infrastructure Systems
The California Sacramento Delta Region
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The Sacramento Delta is an
Infrastructure ‘Chokepoint’ for
California
2
California’s Sacramento Delta
3
University of California Berkeley
Center for
Catastrophic Risk Management
University of Colorado at Boulder
Economics
Law
Management
An Interdisciplinary
Collaboration
Architecture &
City Planning
Public Health
Engineering
4
Founding Research Team Members
Name
Prof. Robert Bea (PI)
Prof. John Radke (Co-PI)
Prof. Karlene Roberts
(Co-PI)
Prof. Emery Roe
Prof. Dan Farber
Prof. Cymie Payne
Prof. Kathleen Tierney
(Co-PI)
Prof. Ian Mitroff
Dr. Howard Foster
Field
Engineering Risk Analysis
& Management
Environmental Planning GIS
Social Science – Business –
Organizational
Management
Social Science
Organizational
Management
Law – Environmental Risk
Law – Environmental Risk
Social Science – Natural
Hazards Management
Social Science – Crisis
Management
Environmental Planning GIS
Research Team Members
Ms. Cheryl Bly-Chester
Prof. Raymond Seed
Prof. Robert Twiss
Prof. Matt Kondolf
Prof. Carol Boyle
Prof. Eric Hollnagel
Dr. Robert Infelese
Prof. Robb Moss
Mr. Milan Moravec
Civil Engineering
Environmental Impact
Analyses
Civil Engineering –
Geotechical Engineering
Environmental Planning
Environmental Planning
Engineering Development Sustainability
Risk Analysis &
Management – Resilience
Engineering
Law in Environmental
Planning
Sacramento Delta Levee
Risk Analysis
Project Management,
Teamwork, Leadership
Research Team Members
Name
Post Doctoral Researchers
Dr. Kofi Inkabi
Dr. Rune Storesund
Field
Engineering Risk Analysis &
Management
Engineering & Environmental
Risk Analysis & Management
Graduate Students
Mr. Scott Nicholson
Mr. Peter Martelli
Mr. Nathaniel Bush
Ms. Jessica Ludy
Mr. Dan Kolta
Mr. Hamid Hamidifar
Engineering Policy Analysis
& Environmental Planning
Public Health
Public Policy
Environmental Planning
Law
Civil Engineering Geotechnical
Undergraduate Students
Ms. Anna Harvey
Civil & Environmental
Engineering
4-Year NSF Project Goal
Develop and validate advanced
Risk Assessment & Management
(RAM) approaches to help
improve the Resilience and
Sustainability of the Delta’s
Interconnected, Interdependent,
Interactive Critical
Infrastructure Systems (I3CISs)
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Uncertainties
Categories of
Taxonomy
Uncertainties
resulting
in Risks
Intrinsic
Inherent
Variability
Analytical
Models
Extrinsic
Human
Performance
Information
Development
Analyzing Risks: Pfs (likelihoods of failure) &
Cfs (consequences of failure)
Pf = PfIntrinsic + PfExtrinsic
Cf = CfIntrinsic + CfExtrinsic
Intrinsic
Extrinsic
Not included in
conventional
engineering risk
analyses
Resilience - time to regain Functionality
Good resilience
100 %
Functionality
Poor resilience
rehabilitation
rescue
recovery
repair
Time
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meaningful metrics for ‘decision makers’ ?
Benefits - Costs
Sustainability Ability to maintain functions
Sustainable
Time
Not Sustainable
meaningful metrics for ‘decision makers’ ?
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Research Risk Assessment & Management (RAM)
approaches and strategies
PROACTIVE
to prepare
increase detection &
correction
reduce likelihoods
reduce consequences
REACTIVE
to recover
INTERACTIVE
to respond
Technology Delivery System: TDS
Public
Inputs
TECHNOLOGY
Outputs
Nature
Industrial
Enterprise
Government
Outcomes:
A manual of practice
3
for RAM of I CISs
Outcomes:
An interdisciplinary
curriculum for
Infrastructure Engineering
3
of I CISs
Research Project Tasks
2009
•Group formation
•System definition & analyses
•QMAS & SYRAS developments
•GIS #1
•Key stakeholder identification
Research Project Tasks
2009
•I3CISs operator discussions
•Studio Course #1 - GIS
•Workshops & conferences
• WWW sites development
•Sherman Island pilot project - 1
2009 Research
Outcomes
2009 Research
Outcomes
2009 Research
Outcomes
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2009 Research
Outcomes
2009 Research Outcomes
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Research Project
Tasks
2010
RAM methods & guidelines development
I3CISs operator discussions
Sherman Island pilot project - 2
GIS #2
Studio Course #2 - Law
TDS implementation
2011
Multiple chokepoints project - 1
I3CISs operator discussions
RAM guidelines validations
GIS #3
Studio Course #3 - Engineering
TDS implementation
Research Project
Tasks
2012
Multiple chokepoints project - 2
I3CISs operator discussions
RAM guidelines documentation
GIS #4
TDS implementation
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