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This study investigated age differences in individual relocation decisions after tornadoes with a multilevel perspective. The data were obtained in 2014 between July and Sep, a little more than one year after the 2013 EF5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma and EF4 tornado in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. A telephone survey based on random-digit-dialing was conducted with residents aged 18 years and above in selected zip codes on the tornado tracks. We oversampled older adults to be approximately 50% of thedoi:10.1093/geront/gnw162.1767 fatcat:lwblxvkzb5ehpoq2v4vcw3u3tm