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Title: Effective flood warning the Australian way : the Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship visit to Australia and New Zealand 23 October - 27 November 1994
Author: Lindsay Pickles
Document Type: Monograph
In August 1992, the Bureau of Meteorology and Australia's Emergency Management Institute, the umbrella body of the State Emergency Services, began to study ways of improving the effectiveness of warnings. They concluded that there were four stages in the dissemination of a warning and published "Guidelines for Effective Warnings". The four stages this publication looked at were: Understanding; Belief; Receipt; and Action.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1994
Publication Place: [Bristol]
Subject Keywords: Flood risk managementDisaster preparednessFlood forecastingCommunicationFlood control
Geographic Keywords: Australia
Extent: 20
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