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Does the Use of Information Sources Lead to Better Hazard Preparedness?
Does the Use of Information Sources Lead to Better Hazard Preparedness?
18 Aug 2015

Does the Use of Information Sources Lead to Better Hazard Preparedness?

In two studies amongst residents of bushfire and flood prone areas we examined whether residents who actively use brochures, websites, and/or go to community information sessions to prepare, end up preparing more than those who do not use these sources. The studies supported this, but also showed that the majority of the sample did not use any information sources to prepare for bushfires and floods.

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Elle McIntosh
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