Aug, 1990
Communication of Emergency Public Warnings: A Social Science Perspective and State-of-the-Art Assessment
United States. Department of Energy
Mileti, Dennis S.; Sorensen, John H.
More than 200 types of warning systems and warning response were reviewed for this social science perspective and state-of-the-art assessment of communication of emergency public warnings. [...] different methods of warning the public are not equally effective at providing and alert and notification in different physical and social settings. Most systems can provide a warning given three or more hours of available warning time. Special systems such as tone-alert radios are needed to provide rapid warning.
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  • Authors
    Mileti, Dennis S.
    Sorensen, John H.
  • Publisher
    United States. Department of Energy
  • Report Number
    ORNL-6609
  • Date
    Aug, 1990
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)
  • Format
    pdf
  • Media Type
    application/pdf
  • Subject
    Infrastructure protection/Telecommunications
  • Resource Group
    LLIS Collection

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