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Tourism is especially vulnerable to disasters and, being fragmented, often its response is difficult to initiate and coordinate. It is also information intensive and when in chaos its information needs are exacerbated. The paper aims to develop a knowledge management system for disasters in a tourist destination in terms of a knowledge framework for tourism disaster management at the public sector level. Knowledge is a powerful resource to help governments, organisations and communitiesdoi:10.3727/154427206779307330 fatcat:eqifnzvfhfehjncer7nme7qcg4