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Increasing prevalence and scale of natural disasters fuel the need for new approaches to evaluating, and eventually mitigating, their impact. This analysis quantifies and compares online and social media attention to hurricanes and wildfires over time and geographic space. Hurricanes studied included: Michael, Maria, Irma, Harvey, and Florence. Fires studied included: Woolsey, Mendocino, Carr, and Camp. It was hypothesized that total volume of online media content, measured in posts anddoi:10.1007/s11069-021-04975-4 pmid:34462620 pmcid:PMC8387670 fatcat:6ymvloh4ujakfeyiufgqcpd5za