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.


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  • 2007-01-30

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Kalkstein, AJ and Sheridan, SC (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, 43-55. DOI:

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