Novel Approaches to Disaster Preparedness and Risk Reduction

Thur. 3:15 to 4:45 p.m., Centennial E
Concurrent Session 5-3

A Model of Networked Planning? Evaluating the Plans and People of Tulsa’s Award-Winning Risk Reduction Efforts

Ward Lyles, University of Kansas
Kelly Overstreet, University of Kansas
Penn Pennel, University of Kansas
Rachel Riley, University of Oklahoma

Impact of Targeted Information on Perceived Risk of Sea Level Rise in South Florida

Risa Palm, Georgia State University
Toby Bolsen, Georgia State University

Toward an Interdisciplinary Framework for Preparing Communities and Authorities on Unrestful Volcanoes: A Case Study at Cayambe Volcano, Ecuador

Julie Morin, University Clermont Auvergne
Luke Bowman, Michigan Technological University

Video Games and Earthquake Preparedness: Effects of Avatar Identification and Resource Richness

Elizabeth Safran, Lewis & Clark College
Peter Drake, Lewis & Clark College
Erik Nilsen, Lewis & Clark College
Bryan Sebok, Lewis & Clark College

Evaluating the ShakeOut Drill in Aotearoa, New Zealand: Effects on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior

Lauren Vinnell, Victoria University of Wellington
Amanda Wallis, Victoria University of Wellington
Julia Becker, Massey University, Wellington
David Johnston, Massey University, Wellington

Exploring Why People Do Not Perform the ShakeOut Drill in New Zealand

Sara McBride, U.S. Geological Survey
Julia Becker, Massey University
David Johnston, Massey University