Where Are You Most Likely to Die in Natural Disaster in America?

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Short answer: it’s complicated. Flooding near Houston, Texas, in April 2016. Tom Pistillo/USGS The United States is an enormous country, spanning mountains, deserts, forests, prairie, tundra, and more. This varied terrain is also home to many natural hazards spawned by air, water, fire, and forces beneath the Earth’s surface. Some of these threats are dramatic; the…

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