Earthquake Early Warning Systems (EEWS) rapidly detect the initiation of earthquakes and issue warning alerts of possible forthcoming ground shaking. Currently, public warning systems exist in Japan and Mexico, and the development of other EEWS are ongoing in many other regions of the world including the U.S. West Coast (Allen et al., 2009). Probing the way business and the public actively use early warning information is a crucial factor in early warning system design (Aktas et al., 2010; Kuyuk, 2010; Kuyuk et al., 2008; Nakamura, 1988). During the 2011 M...

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