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Take part in JCU cyclone preparation survey

Queensland researcher Mitchell Scovell is seeking participants for an online survey about factors that influence people to prepare their homes and properties for tropical cyclones.

Scovell is a PhD student at James Cook University at Townsville and the survey will contribute to his thesis on cyclone mitigation behaviour.

In a social media post outlining the survey, Scovell says his research is aimed at “understanding more about the factors that influence specific behaviours aimed at reducing cyclone related property damage”. 

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