Improving the Accuracy, Consistency, and Usability of NOAA’s Estimates of Economic Losses Associated with Extreme Weather and Climate Events Recommendations of Cross‐NOAA Working Group for Consideration by NOAA’s Social Science Committee
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Improving the Accuracy, Consistency, and Usability of NOAA’s Estimates of Economic Losses Associated with Extreme Weather and Climate Events Recommendations of Cross‐NOAA Working Group for Consideration by NOAA’s Social Science Committee

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    In 2012, NOAA commissioned an external review of four disaster loss estimates produced by NOAA resulting in 50 recommendations for improving the accuracy and consistency of these estimates. In 2013-2014, a cross-NOAA working group, including staff members from each office producing estimates under consideration, reviewed the 50 recommendations, identifying eight high-priority items for immediate implementation. The recommendations of the cross-NOAA working group were then reviewed by the NOAA Social Science Committee and revised to reflect their input, as reflected in the document below.
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