Resource-Constrained Information Management: Providing Governments with Information for Earthquake Preparedness

@article{Vatenmacher2017ResourceConstrainedIM,
  title={Resource-Constrained Information Management: Providing Governments with Information for Earthquake Preparedness},
  author={Michael Vatenmacher and Shabtai Isaac and Tal Svoray},
  journal={Environmental Management},
  year={2017},
  volume={59},
  pages={762-776}
}
This study seeks to attain a better understanding of the information that is required by governments to prepare for earthquakes, and of the constraints they face in obtaining this information. The contributions of the study are two-fold. A survey that was conducted among those responsible for earthquake preparedness actions in different governmental agencies and at different levels revealed on the one hand a desire for information on a broad range of topics, but on the other hand that no… CONTINUE READING
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