Violent Weather

22 books hand-picked by National Press Foundation

Resources for journalists reporting on violent weather - tornadoes, blizzards and more. Also includes resources exploring the potential impact of global climate change.

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Deaths in the 3 May 1999 Oklahoma City Tornado from a Historical Perspective (Dr. Harold Brooks)
Reporting Violent Weather in New and Old Media
Severe Weather
Climatological Estimates of Local Daily Tornado Probability for the United States (Dr. Harold Brooks)
Normalized Damage from Major Tornadoes in the United States
Severe Weather
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Winter Weather (Paul Kocin)
Reporting the Weather (Dana Rosengard, PhD.)
Fundamentals of Forecasting (Lynn P. Maximuk)
Global Warming (Thomas C. Peterson, Ph.D.)
Severe Weather
A Veteran Journalist Looks at Winter Weather (Paul Kocin)
Basic Meteorology (Kevin Kloesel, Ph.D.)
The Role of Private Weather Companies (Mike Eilts)
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Floods to Droughts (Wendy Pearson)
Fundamentals of Forecasting (Greg Carbin)