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OpenStudy (anonymous):

When the government is preparing for a natural disaster, how would science aid in decision-making?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

A. Information on past disasters can help them decide where to evacuate people. B. Satellite technology can help them survey for damage after the disaster. C. Scientific discoveries have given them tools to communicate during the event. D. All of the above.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

The ideal situation would be- elected scientific officials will consult with expert scientists in the field of physical sciences, earth sciences, meteorology, etc. The scientists can gather measures that are relevant and analytics to see what those measures mean and what the big conclusions are. This is a good way to have preventative measures.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

All these are accurate

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Thanks :)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

:) np! The government is not horribly efficient in these areas, in fact. They often have their own agenda

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