Integrating a Resilience Scorecard and Landscape Performance into a Geodesign Process. Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Uncertainty about the impacts of sea level rise make the ability to forecast future spatial conditions a necessary planning/design tool. Geodesign integrates multiple fields of science with change/impact models and planning/design strategies. Proactive planning analyses such as newly developed scorecards allow for plan evaluation; design strategies can now be quantitatively assessed using landscape performance calculators. Neither have been explored as Geodesign tools. A Geodesign process was developed using the resilience scorecard to assess flood vulnerability using projections for the 100 year floodplain with sea level rise by 2100. Projections were used as a guide to develop a resilient master plan for League City, TX, USA. Future impacts of the plan are projected using landscape performance measures.

published proceedings

  • Landsc Res

altmetric score

  • 0.5

author list (cited authors)

  • Newman, G., Malecha, M., Yu, S., Qiao, Z., Horney, J., Lee, J., ... Berke, P.

citation count

  • 15

complete list of authors

  • Newman, Galen||Malecha, Matthew||Yu, Siyu||Qiao, Zixu||Horney, Jennifer||Lee, Jaekyung||Kim, You-Jung||Lee, Ryun J||Berke, Philip

publication date

  • January 2020