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Analysis of the Twitter Response to Superstorm Sandy: Public Perceptions, Misconceptions, and Reconceptions of an Extreme Atmospheric Hazard

By John A. Knox, Brendan Mazanec, Emily Sullivan, Spencer Hall and Jared A. Rackley

Submitted: October 22nd 2015Reviewed: April 29th 2016Published: August 17th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/64019

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