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2020 Atlantic hurricane season ranked 15th of 121 years in normalized losses

Note via PNAS: “The loss record must be ‘normalized’ in order to make past events comparable to the present. Pielke and Landsea (13) pioneered the use of ‘loss normalization’ on hurricane damage. They found that the trend in damage disappears after normalization and concluded that the apparent rising losses were entirely due to changes in society.”




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