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Serial No. 107-31: Weatherproofing the U.S.: Are We Prepared for Severe Storms? Hearing before the Subcommittee on Environment, Technology, and Standards, Committee on Science, United States, House of Representatives, One Hundred and Seventh Congress, First Session, October 11, 2001   [open pdf - 572KB]

From the opening statement of Vernon Ehlers: "Today's hearing will explore research on severe storms, with the emphasis on hurricanes, flooding, and wind-related damage. We will also examine the needs of emergency management officials and investigate how to ensure the public is properly warned about these storms and potential threats. In addition, we will hear comments on proposed legislation regarding flooding, preventing damage caused by wind storms, and better coordination among Federal agencies doing weather research." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: Vernon Ehlers, James Barcia, Bob Etheridge, Dennis Moore, Nick Smith, Christopher W. Landsea, Leonard J. Pietrafesa, Steven L. McCabe, John L. Hayes, Doug Hill, and Robert F. Shea.

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2001
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