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Coastal storm resilience measures slowly moving into 'tornado alley'

Last Sunday and Monday night, tornadoes struck in Arkansas and Oklahoma, killing at least 35 people and leaving the little town of Vilonia, Ark., looking as if a giant maul had battered its homes. The severe weather continued yesterday and left residents of "tornado alley" in the southern and central United States to debate how they might have been better prepared. The answer might be found just a few miles farther south, where communities on the Gulf and Atlantic coastlines have been adapting to hurricanes -- intensified by climate change -- for several years.

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