Tuesday, November 21, 2017
 

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NOAA and Federal Highway Administration commission national study on... NOAA and Federal Highway Administration commission national study on...

NOAA and Federal Highway Administration commission national study on...

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to engage academia, public and private sector in study

While advances in meteorology fuel continual improvements to weather forecasts, there is growing awareness that a precise, timely forecast isn’t enough to prevent loss of lives and property. We must also deliver weather information to the public in ways that motivate people to take action to prevent loss of life and property.

Q & A: How can social science improve weather safety? Q & A: How can social science improve weather safety?

Q & A: How can social science improve weather safety?

We sat down recently with Kim Klockow, Ph.D., visiting scientist at NOAA Research’s Office of Weather and Air Quality, to learn about her work bringing together the study of meteorology and human behavior to help the public better use weather information to save lives and property. 

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