Risk Perception and Resilience

Thursday, July 14, 3:30 to 4:45 p.m. MDT

Risk Perception and Information-Seeking Behavior During Emergencies: The COVID-19 Pandemic Perspective

Musabber Ali Chisty, University of Dhaka
Muhammad Awfa Islam, University of Dhaka
Ashfia Tasnim Munia, University of Dhaka
Md Mostafizur Rahman, Bangladesh University of Professionals
Nadia Nahrin Rahman, Bangladesh University of Professionals
Mourupa Mohima, University of Dhaka

Public Safety Power Shutoffs Support: Wildfire-Related Personal Experience, Health, and Risk Perceptions

Gabrielle Wong-Parodi, Stanford University

Marginalized Natural Hazard Risk Perception in Sarasota County, Florida

Tarik Brown Jr.,Texas A&M University
Lei Zou, Texas A&M University
Courtney Thompson, Texas A&M University
Kayode Atoba, Texas A&M University Galveston
Joynal Abedin, Texas A&M University

Investigating How Disaster Resilience is Expressed in Different Types of Communities

Alexa Tanner, University of British Columbia
Stephanie Chang, University of British Columbia

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