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Subject: G10) What is the 20th century hurricane record for each U.S. coastal county?

Contributed by Chris Landsea (NHC)

The NOAA Coastal Services Center provides an on-line revision to the original NOAA technical memorandum by Jarrell et al. 1992. One can query for any U.S. coastal county and obtain a graph with hurricane strikes and population changes. This information lets users know how many and how often hurricanes have struck, what Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale category they were, and how the populations have changed during the 20th Century.

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