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Fig. 6 | BMC Public Health

Fig. 6

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

Fig. 6

Projection of the active variables composing the index of pre-alert adaptation in the multiple correspondence analysis. Legend: 1-No: No list of belongings made, 1-SV: List of belongings made without video or photos, 2-AV: List of belongings made with video or photos. For all the other variables, “yes” represents the preventive modality and “no,” the non-preventive modality: 2-Make a plan for evacuating your neighborhood; 3-Know how to shut off the electricity or the water; 4-Inquire about how to better prepare for a flood or to make your home more flood-resistant; 5-Inquire about the consequences that a flood could have on your physical or mental health; 6-Waterproof the foundations; 7-Raise the baseboard heaters or electrical outlets on the walls; 8-Replace water-sensitive flooring with a waterproof material; 9-Install a backwater valve; 10-Relocate the home elsewhere on the property; 11-Make other changes to the home; 12-Change the landscape to help water runoff; 13-Check to be sure the foundation drain is not blocked; 14-Make other landscape changes; 15-Own a water pump

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