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Potential Increases in Hurricane Damage in the United States: Implications for the Federal Budget
Keith Hall (ad)
Damage from hurricanes is expected to increase significantly in the coming decades because of the effects of climate change and coastal developments. In turn, potential requests for federal relief and recovery efforts will increase as well. Contents of this report: Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Estimates of Hurricane Damage and of Related Federal Spending; Overview of Climate Change and Coastal Development and Their Effects on Hurricane Damage; Projecting Hurricane Damage; Estimates of Expected Hurricane Damage for Selected Future Years; Budgetary Implications of Hurricane Damage; Future Federal Spending in Response to Hurricane Damage; Approaches to Reducing Federal Spending on Hurricane Damage. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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