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Table S1. Comparison of Results for Galveston County with No Rebuilding of Buckled Turbines

Table S2. Comparison of Results for Dare County, NC with No Rebuilding of Buckled Turbines

Table S3. Comparison of Results for Atlantic County with No Rebuilding of Buckled Turbines

Table S4. Comparison of Results for Dukes County with No Rebuilding of Buckled Turbines

Table S5. Locations of the Centers of Hypothetical Wind Farms in Each County Used to Calculate Lifetime Hurricane Risk

Fig. S1. Cumulative distribution of number of turbine towers buckled in Atlantic County, New Jersey by hurricanes in 20 years if buckled towers are not replaced. Solid lines plot the distribution for the case that turbines cannot yaw. Results for yawing turbines are not shown because the risks are too small to calculate with the method in this article.

Fig. S2. Cumulative distribution of number of turbine towers buckled in Dukes County, Massachusetts by hurricanes in 20 years if buckled towers are not replaced. Solid lines plot the distribution for the case that turbines cannot yaw. Results for yawing turbines are not shown because the risks are too small to calculate with the method in this article.

Fig. S3. Return periods of wind speeds greater than 96 knots (intense hurricanes) within 20 km of each point, calculated with the simulation method described in the body of the article.

Fig. S4. Return period of wind speeds greater than 64 knots (hurricanes) within 20 km of eachpoint, calculated with the simulation method described in the body of the article.

Fig. S5. Return period of wind speeds greater than 34 knots (tropical storms) within 20 km of each point, calculated with the simulation method described in the body of the article.

Fig. S6. Return periods for maximum total wind speeds within 100 km of New Orleans, calculated from the simulated hurricanes described in the body of the article.

Fig. S7. Return periods for maximum total wind speeds within 100 km of Miami, calculated from the simulated hurricanes described in the body of the article.

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