Resilience of Ports Against Natural Hazards

Introduction

Overview of Major Components of Ports and Their Operations

Review of Historical Damage and Recovery

Floods

Key Controlling Factors

Repair of damaged components

Redundancy

Repair Vs functional recovery

Scale of the disaster and interdependence on other infrastructure

Pre-event slow-down and duration of hazard

Conclusions

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