Airport Resiliency Preparing for the Future

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Resilience and Adaptation Defined,Capacity of social economic. and environmental systems to,cope with a hazardous event. or trend or disturbance,responding or reorganizing in. ways that maintain their,essential function identity. and structure while also,maintaining the capacity for.
adaptation learning and,transformation,Temperatures are Rising and Projected to. Continue to Rise,MN Since 1970,Winter has warmed,13 times faster than. Nights have warmed,55 faster than days,Frequencies of 35oF. readings in north MN,and 25oF readings in,the south have fallen. by up to 90,Precipitation Depth and Intensity is,Increasing.
Heavy Rains,More intense than at,any time on record. observation sites,have seen dramatic,increases in 1 inch. 3 inch rains and,heaviest rains,Projections indicate. more big rains into,the future Source 2007 NBC Universal Inc. Winter Temperatures Changing Deicing,Operations,More Transitional.
Precipitation wet,snow ice freezing,More Aircraft Deicer. More Pavement,Deicer Applied,Other Expected Weather Changes. CLIMATE VECTOR CHANGES FROM 2010 TO 2060 DULUTH MN. Climate Vector Confidence Increase Decrease,Dry Days Moderate 1 increase. Freezing Days High 41 decrease,Frost Days High 18 decrease. Heavy Rain 1 Day Low 24 increase,Heavy Rain 5 Day Low 11 increase.
Hot Days High 500 increase,Hot Nights High 400 increase. Humid Days High 300 increase,Snow Days Moderate 20 decrease. Storm Days Low 6 increase,Very Hot Days High 800 increase. Cooling Days High 34 increase,Heating Days High 10 decrease. Cooling Degree Day CDD High 200 increase,Heating Degree Days HDD High 18 decrease.
Source ACROS 2018 Prepared by RS H 2019,cro Incre ea L vera Extr. ind T d Lig l and Ho s,Infrastructure Vulnerabilities. ng oe ng I rm S,Access Roads,Access Road Flooding,Erosion and Undermining Damage of Pavement. Flooding of Tunnels,Thermal Expansion of Bridge Joints. Aircraft Fuel Storage Fueling, Jet Fuel System Valves Pumping and Controls Equipment Located in Underground Vaults on the Ramp.
Become Submerged and Potentially Inoperable, Lifting and Rupturing of Buoyant Underground Tanks. Potential Increase In Fire Risks Flashpoint of Aviation Fuel Is 100 F. Commercial Passenger Terminal Facilities,Damage from Direct Lightning Strikes and Hail. Failure of Building Envelope Roofing Materials External Seals Mold Vulnerability. Increased HVAC Demand and Duration, Passengers and Employees Stranded and or Airport Used As An Area of Refuge. Reduced Water Availability Due to Drought,Subsidence of Foundations. Wind Damage, Environmental Noise Air Quality Water Quality and Quantity.
Changes to Concentrations and Volumes of Runoff Alter Stormwater Compliance. Changes to Ecosystem May Change Wetlands and Off Airport Mitigation Needs. Dryer Soils Leads to Reduced Vegetation Erosion Fire. Increases in Invasive Species,Regional Infrastructure. Demand for Evacuation,Increased Economic Strain on the Airport. Increased Need for Emergency Facilities,Runways Taxiways and Holding Areas. Debris and Foreign Object Damage,Erosion and Undermining of Pavement. C orn ghtn d St,Operational Vulnerabilities,ng oe ng I rm S.
Aircraft Performance,Changes to Approach Routes,Greater Turbulence. High Winds Interfere with Landings and Takeoffs,Increased Cooling Demand. Reduced Climb Rates and Increased Power Demand,Reduced Visibility Due to Heavy Precipitation. Bird and Wildlife Hazard Management, Changes in Ecosystems and Distributions of Pests Wildlife. Increased Risk of Bird Strikes From Ecosystem Changes. Environmental Noise Air Quality Water Quality and Quantity. More Stringent GHG Emission Reduction Standards,Noise Complaints Due to Increased Thrust.
Ozone Pollution and Poor Air Quality,Personnel and Passengers. Change in Tourism and Seasonal Enplanements,Heat Exposure. Human Migration,Outbreak of Contagious Diseases,Vector Borne Illness. Airports Prepare for Challenges in Many,Strategic Plans. Master Plans Capital Plans,Sustainability Management Plans.
Asset Management Systems,Safety Management Systems. Continuity of Operations Plans,Emergency Response Plans. ACRP Reports and Tools,Typical Time Horizons,ACI Resolution No 3 June 2018. Encouraging Airports to Take Action on Resilience and. Adaptation to Climate Change Resolves to, Consider all practicable steps to reduce their GHG emissions through. the use of the Airport Carbon Accreditation programme and by other. Support efforts in international forums such as ICAO and the UNFCCC in. assessing the potential impacts of climate change on critical. infrastructure including airports, Encourage member airports to take into consideration the potential.
impact of climate change as they develop their Master Plans. Encourage member airports to conduct risk or criticality assessments. for their operational procedures and existing infrastructure which. considers the risks imposed by more adverse weather events and. climate change, Encourage member airports to develop and incorporate actions in. accordance with their risk or criticality assessments at an early stage. and in line with their overall business continuity management and. emergency planning and, Encourage member airports to plan and develop effective. communication channels and collaborate with internal airport staff. aviation stakeholders including airlines ANSPs communities and. municipality authorities responsible for weather monitoring and. disaster management, ACI Briefing Note https store aci aero product policy brief airports. resilience and adaptation to changing climate,Broad assessment approach. Step 1 Identify Expected Climate Change Impacts,Step 2 Inventory Infrastructure at Potential Risk.
Step 3 Inventory Operations at Potential Risk,Step 4 Evaluate the Risks SMS. Step 5 Conduct Detailed Vulnerability Assessment,Step 6 Identify Potential Mitigation Measures. Step 7 Develop Implementation Plan,Triggers for Incorporating Adaptation. Incorporate Into Replacement Develop Resilient,Respond to. Infrastructure Expanded or New Operational Response. Event s Infrastructure Procedures, 1 in proactive planning upgrades saves 4 to 6 in response rebuilding costs.
River Flood Wall,Respond to,St Paul Downtown Airport Minnesota USA. Frequent River,Removable Flood,Wall Reducing,Economic Losses. Deployed 5 times in,last 10 years,3 600 ft 1000m,8 5 ft 2 5m high. Incorporate Into,Infrastructure,PANYNJ Design Standard. Assessed Infrastructure,Vulnerabilities,Adaptations.
Developed design,guidelines,Temperature,Precipitation. Airport Resiliency Preparing for the Future Darren Christopher P E Senior Project Manager MINNESOTA AIRPORTS CONFERENCE WILMER MN APRIL 24 26 2019 Resilience and Adaptation Defined Capacity of social economic and environmental systems to cope with a hazardous event or trend or disturbance responding or reorganizing in ways that maintain their essential function identity and

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