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Improvement suggestions for problems of hazard map from the viewpoint of color scheme
Proceedings of the ICA
<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> Local governments often rely on hazard maps to plan for and respond to local natural disasters. These maps often rely on the use of many colors, but their exact color scheme and style differs in each area. As a result, we hypothesize that some users, specifically colorblind individuals, may have difficulty correctly understanding the information on some of these hazard maps. In this study, we test that hypothesis by conducting a survey of Japanese liquefactiondoi:10.5194/ica-proc-2-25-2019 fatcat:ed7vrjpswrctbp5fzzswjz4w2e