The Trajectories Toolbox will allow users to identify barriers and potential opportunities to accelerate progress toward the vision of a resilient New Zealand. We are collaborating with researchers and a diverse range of stakeholders to provide tools that enhance the ability of policy makers and practitioners to determine where to prioritize their effort.
To help system users of all levels with the fundamental concepts around metadata and geospatial data management we have created this series of videos. We have also created a booklet outlining the basic elements to add to each dataset, and guidance on how to create metadata for optimal outcomes.
These have been created as part of a meta and geospatial-data literacy programme we are running in conjunction with NSC 11 Building Better Homes, Towns, and Cities.
There are four core projects being undertaken as part of the Trajectories Toolbox research programme. These include:
We are grateful for our funders who support our research and have contributed to this project.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment (MBIE) funds the Resilience to Nature’s Challenges - National Science Challenges.
Stevenson, J.R., & Vargo, J., (2016) Data Integration and VisualisationEnMasse (DIVE) Platform Report: Programme Update September 2016. Resilient Organisations/QuakeCoRE Research Report.
Stevenson, J.R., Vargo, J., & Brown, C. (2016) Data Integration and Visualisation: Prototyping the QuakeCoRE Data Platform for Diverse Needs. Resilient Organisations/QuakeCoRE Research Report.
Stevenson, J.R., Vargo, J, Walsh, L. J. (2017) Resilience & Data in New Zealand: The Data Integration and Visualisation En Masse (DIVE) Platform 2016 Summary. Resilient Organisations/QuakeCoRE Research Report.
Stevenson, J.R. & Vargo, J. (2016) What Gets Measured Gets Done: Resilience Benchmarking and Monitoring. 2016 International Conference on Building Resilience. Auckland, New Zealand
Ivory, V. C., Stevenson, J. (2017). From contesting to conversing about resilience: Talking about its meaning, measurement and goals.
This report describes the Kickstart 2 Measurement (K2M) decision tool to aid the resilience research community to have good conversations and make decisions about what, how and why resilience gets measured.
Stevenson, J.R., & Schindler, M. (Producers). (2017 June). "Metadata Overview" .
Stevenson, J.R., & Schindler, M. (Producers). (2017 June). "Metadata: Where Do I Start" .
Stevenson, J.R., Vargo, J., Ivory, V., & Bowie, C. (June 2017) RNC Science Story: Trajectories Toolbox. Resilience to Nature's Challenges.
Vargo, J., (July 2017) Keeping Count: A Panel on Disaster Risk Reduction Measurement, The Boulder Natural Hazards Workshop, Boulder Colorado.