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An exploration of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) storm database. The NOAA database tracks characteristics of major storms and weather events in the United States, including when and where they occur, as well as estimates of any fatalities, injuries, and property damage. The following questions are addressed: * Across the United States, which types of events are most harmful with respect to population health? * Across the United States, which types of events have the greatest economic consequences?