LLIS Innovative Practice: SR 530 Mudslide and Flooding: Using Social Media to Communicate Information During a Disaster
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)
From the Summary: "The SR 530 mudslide and flooding in Washington state destroyed a community, blocked a highway and cut off towns upriver. Snohomish County used social media from the beginning of the disaster to share relevant, credible public information with the community and media. Social media proved invaluable in providing timely information to a broad audience and managing rumor control."
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    Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)
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    Public Domain
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    Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)
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    application/pdf
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    Lessons Learned Information Sharing
  • Subjects
    Environmental issues and disasters
    Emergency management/Emergency preparedness
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    LLIS Collection

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