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Fig. 1

From: Development and validation of five behavioral indices of flood adaptation

Fig. 1

Final model for the preventive adaptation index tested by confirmatory factor analysis. Legend: PR1: Made a list of your belongings that could be used for a claim in case of flooding; PR2: Made a plan for evacuating your neighborhood in case of emergency; PR3: Know how to cut off the water or the electricity; PR4: Inquire about how to better prepare for a flood or to make your home more flood-resistant; PR5: Inquire about the consequences that a flood could have on your physical or mental health; PR6: Waterproof the foundations; PR7: Raise the baseboard heaters and electrical outlets on the walls; PR8: Replace water-sensitive flooring with a waterproof finish; PR9: Install a backwater valve; PR10: Relocate the home elsewhere on the property; PR11: Other changes made to the building; PR12: Change the landscape to help water runoff; PR13: Check to be sure the foundation drain is not blocked; PR14: Make other changes to the property to make it more flood-resistant; PR15: Own a water pump

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