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Tornado Warnings: Delivery, Economics, & Public Perception
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    Tornado Warnings: Delivery, Economics, & Public Perception; bibliography
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    The Weather Research and Forecasting Innovation Act of 2017 requires the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to prioritize weather research to improve weather data, modeling, computing, forecasts, and warnings for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy. With this mandate NOAA is to establish a tornado warning improvement and extension program to reduce the loss of life and economic losses from tornadoes through the development and extension of accurate, effective, and timely tornado forecasts, predictions, and warnings, including the prediction of tornadoes beyond one hour in advance. This bibliography focuses on the economic impact of tornado warnings and how people behave with advanced warning. It is organized into four sections: Economic Impact, Risk & Mitigation; Public Perception & Behavior; Tornado Identification & Technology; Warning Process, Development, & Delivery.
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