Now that the Resilience 2014 has ended, what do you in the resilience research community think are the most important frontiers of resilience research?
To answer this question Daniel Ospina & I have created a survey to ask the broad community of researchers and practitioners interested in resilience what research areas they believe are key for advancing resilience research in order to reflect the collective set of questions back to that community.
In the survey you will find a list of broad research questions that have been proposed and prioritized through a Delphi process involving over 60 senior and young researchers working of different areas of resilience and social-ecological research. This Delphi process was conducted by the Resilience Alliance to identify priority research among its research network.
We believe that Resilience2014 attendees represent a much broader set of resilience research would like to identify and reflect upon the collective research priorities of this broader research community.
We estimate this survey will take no more than 5 minutes. The results will be reported back on here on resilience science.
To reply to the survey here – and thanks.