Klockow-McClain, K.E., M. Wagner, J.E. Sharpe, J. Boettcher, H. Brooks, P. Heinselman, A. Gerard, K. Berry, A. Clark, P. Burke, P. Skinner, H. Obermeier, K. Wilson, B. Gallo, J.E. Trujillo-Falcon, C. Kuster, and M. Krocak, 2023: Improving Societal Resilience to Tornadoes at the NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory: The SPIRAL Model. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, in preparation.

Kim, J., Hatzis, J., Klockow-McClain, K.E. and Campbell P. : Building classification using Machine Learning to develop a geodatabase for Probabilistic Hazard Information (PHI), Natural Hazards Review, American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), in press.

Trujillo-Falcón, J. E., Gaviria Pabón, A. R., Reedy, J. & Klockow-McClain, K. E, 2023: Systemic Vulnerabilities in Hispanic and Latinx Immigrant Communities Led to the Reliance of an Informal Warning System in the December 10-11, 2021 Tornado Outbreak. Natural Hazards Review, in review.

Tripp, D. D., Trujillo-Falcón, J. E., Klockow-McClain, K.E., Reeves, H. D., Berry, K. L., Waldstreicher, J. S., & Nelson, J. A. (2023). Foundational needs of forecasters for probabilistic winter forecasting. Weather and Forecasting, 38(1), 3-15,

Hatzis, J. J., & Klockow-McClain, K. E. (2022). A Spatiotemporal Perspective on the 31 May 2013 Tornado Evacuation in the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area, Weather, Climate, and Society, 14(3), 721-735.

Obermeier, H., Berry, K., Klockow-McClain, K. E., Campbell, A., Carithers, C., Gerard, A., & Trujillo-Falcón, J. E. (2022). The creation of a research television studio to test Probabilistic Hazard Information with broadcast meteorologists in NOAA’s Hazardous Weather Testbed. Weather, Climate and Society, 14(3), 949-963.

Trujillo-Falcón, J. E., Reedy, J. Klockow-McClain, K. E., Berry, K., Stumpf, G. J., Bates, A. V., & LaDue, J. L. (2022). Creating a communication framework for FACETs: How Probabilistic Hazard Information affected warning operations in NOAA’s Hazardous Weather Testbed. Weather, Climate and Society, 14(3), 881-892

James, J., C. Ling, A. Bates, G. Stumpf, K. Klockow McClain, P. Hyland, J. LaDue, K. L. Berry, and K. Manross, 2022: Collaboration Among Forecasters to Issue Severe Weather Hazard Information and Warnings Using the Hazard Services-Probabilistic Hazard Information (HS-PHI) Tool. Wea. Forecasting, 37(12), 2275-2291.

Johnson, V., K.E. Klockow-McClain, and R.A. Peppler, 2021: Tornado Climatology and Risk Perception in Central Oklahoma. Weather, Climate and Society, 13(4), 743-751. https://doi.org/10.1175/WCAS-D-20-0137.1

Howard, S. P., K. E. Klockow-McClain, A. Boehmer, K. M. Simmons, 2021: Firm Behavior in the Face of Severe Weather: Economic Analysis between Probabilistic and Deterministic Warnings. Weather and Forecasting, 36(3), 757-767.

Howard, S. P., A. Boehmer, K. M. Simmons, K. E. Klockow-McClain, 2021: Business Behavior in the Face of Severe Weather: Studying the Effects of Deterministic and Probabilistic Warning Systems. Weather, Climate and Society, 14(1), 39-50. 

Klockow-McClain, K.E., 2020: Probability of What, Exactly? Better Use of Reference Classes to Improve Forecast Uncertainty Communication. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 101(2), 102.

Klockow-McClain, K. E., R. A. McPherson, R. Thomas, 2020: Cartographic Design for Improved Decision-Making: Trade-Offs in Uncertainty Visualization for Tornado Threats.  Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 44, 1-20.

Shivers-Williams, C. and K. E. Klockow-McClain, 2020: Geographic Scale and Probabilistic Forecasts: A Tradeoff for Protective Decisions? Natural Hazards, 105, 2283–2306.

Ash, K.D., M.J. Egnoto, S.M. Strader, W.S. Ashley, D.B. Roueche, K.E. Klockow-McClain, D. Caplen, M. Dickerson, 2020: Structural Forces: Perception and Vulnerability Factors for Tornado Sheltering Within Mobile and Manufactured Housing in Alabama and Mississippi, USA.  Weather, Climate and Society, 12(3), 453-472.

Wilson, K., P. Heinselman, P. Skinner, J. Choate, K. E. Klockow-McClain, 2019: Meteorologists’ Interpretations of Storm Scale Ensemble-Based Forecast Guidance.  Weather, Climate, and Society, 11:2, 337-354 .

R. C. Bunker, A. E. Cohen, J. A. Hart, A. E. Gerard, K. E. Klockow-McClain, D. P. Nowicki, 2019: Examination of the Predictability of Nocturnal Tornado Events in the Southeastern United States.  Weather and Forecasting, 34:2, 467-479.

Peppler, R., K. E. Klockow-McClain, R. Smith, 2018: Hazardscapes: Perceptions of tornado risk and the role of place in central Oklahoma.  In Explorations in Place Attachment, J. Smith ed.  Routledge press, 168 pp.
Rothfusz, L., R. Schneider, D. Novak, K. E. Klockow, A. Gerard, C. Karstens, G. Stumpf, T. Smith, 2018: FACETs: A Proposed Next-Generation Paradigm for High-Impact Weather Forecasting. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 99, 2025–2043

United States Cong. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation.  Hearing on Weathering The Storm: How Can We Better Communicate Weather To Enhance Commerce And Safety? 114th Cong. (April 22, 2015) (testimony  of Dr. Kimberly Klockow).

Klockow, K.E., R.A. Peppler and R.A. McPherson, 2014: Tornado Folk Science: Place-based understandings of risk in the April 27, 2011 tornado outbreak.  Geojournal, 79, 791 – 804.

Klockow, K.E., 2013: Spatializing Tornado Warning Lead-time: Risk Perception and Response in a Spatio-temporal Framework. University of Oklahoma Press, 284 pp.

Goebbert, K., H.C. Jenkins-Smith, K.E. Klockow, M.C. Nowlin, C.L. Silva, 2012: Weather, Climate, and Worldviews: The Sources and Consequences of Public Perceptions of Changes in Local Weather Patterns. Weather, Climate, and Society, 4, 132–144.

Hoekstra, S., K.E. Klockow, R. Riley, J. Brotzge, H. Brooks, S. Erickson, 2011: A Preliminary Look at the Social Perspective of Warn-on-Forecast: Preferred Tornado Warning Lead Time and the General Public’s Perceptions of Weather Risks. Weather, Climate, and Society, 3, 128–140.

Klockow, K. E., R. A. McPherson, and D. S. Sutter, 2010: On the Economic Nature of Crop Production Decisions Using the Oklahoma Mesonet. Weather, Climate, and Society, 2, 224-236