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The social impacts of the heat–health watch/warning system in Phoenix, Arizona: assessing the perceived risk and response of the public


Abstract Here, 201 surveys were distributed in Metropolitan Phoenix to determine the social impacts of the heat warning system, or more specifically, to gauge risk perception and warning response.
Contributor ASU / Kent State University
Subject warning / perception / health
Type Text
Extent Phoenix metropolitan area
Language English
Rights All Rights Reserved
Citation Kalkstein, A.J. and Sheridan, S.C., 2007. The social impacts of the heat–health watch/warning system in Phoenix, Arizona: assessing the perceived risk and response of the public. International journal of biometeorology, 52(1), pp.43-55.
Collaborating Institutions Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
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