Volcanic Hazard Maps Improve Disaster Preparedness in Colombia

A case study on the importance of effective visualization tools in disaster preparedness, such as volcanic hazard maps, which help public officials and citizens prepare for volcanic emergencies.

Volcanic Hazard Maps Improve Disaster Preparedness in Colombia
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