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Aberson, S. D., 1997: The prediction of the performance of a nested barotropic hurricane track

forecast model. Weather and Forecasting, 12, 24-30.

Atlas, D., 1983: Footprints of storms on the sea: a view from spaceborne synthetic aperture


Atlas, D., et. al., 1992: The relation of radar to cloud area-time integrals and implications for rain

measurements from space. Mon. Weather Rev., 120, 1997-2008.

Bengtsson, L., et. al., 1997: Reply to: Comments on: “Will greenhouse gas-induced warning over

the next 50 years lead to higher frequency and greater intensity of hurricanes?” by C. W. Landsea. Tellus, 49A, 624-625.

Black, M. L., n.d.: Comparisons of tropical cyclone intensity with eyewall vertical velocities.

Black, M. L., et. al., 1971: On the asymmetric structure of the tropical cyclone outflow layer. J.

Atmos. Sci., 28, 1348-1366.

Black, M. L., et. al., 1994: Unusually strong vertical motions in a Caribbean hurricane. Mon.

Weather. Rev., 122, 2722-2739.

Burpee, R. W., et. al., 1996: The impact of omega dropwindsondes on operational hurricane

track forecast models. Bull. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 77, 925-933.

Burpee, R. W., et. al., n.d.: The performance of hurricane track guidance models with and

without omega dropwindsondes.

Burpee, R. W., 2008: The Sanders barotropic tropical cyclone track prediction model

(SANBAR). Meteorol. Monographs, 33, 233-240.

Chenoweth, M., et. al., 2004: The San Diego hurricane of 2 October 1858. Bull. Am. Meteorol.

Soc., 85, 1689-1697.

Cione, J. J., et. al., 2000: Surface observations in the hurricane environment. Mon. Weather Rev.,

128, 1550-1561.

Franklin, J. L., et. al., 1993: The kinematic structure of Hurricane Gloria (1985) determined from

nested analysis of dropwindsonde and Doppler radar data. Mon. Weather Rev., 121,


Franklin, J. L., n.d.: Objective analysis of omega dropwindsonde data in Hurricane Josephine

(1984). Submitted to Mon. Weather Rev.

Franklin, J. L., 1987: Reduction of errors in omega dropwindsonde data through postprocessing.

Franklin, J. L., 1996: Tropical cyclone motion and surrounding flow relationships: searching for

beta-gyres in omega dropwindsonde datasets. Mon. Weather Rev., 124, 64-84.

Gamache, J. F., et. al., 1993: Dual-aircraft investigation of the inner core of Hurricane Norbert.

Part III: water budget. J. Atmos. Sci., 50, 3221-3243.

Gamache, J. F., et. al., 1999: Nowcasting tropical cyclone intensity and tendency from Doppler

radar: a proposal submitted to the USWRP.

Goldenberg, S. B., et. al., 1985: Incorporation of omega dropwindsonde and storm-influenced

wind data into an operational barotropic hurricane-track prediction model. Submitted to

Mon. Weather Rev.

Goldenberg, S. B., 1979: An objective analysis of tropical Pacific Ocean wind stress data.

Goldenberg, S. B., et. al., 2001: The recent increase in Atlantic hurricane activity: cause and

implications. Submitted to Science.

Goldenberg, S. B., et. al., 1981: Time and space variability of tropical Pacific wind stress. Mon.

Weather Rev., 109, 1190-1207.

2005: GOM surface dynamics reports: 08/29/2005 report. NOAA.

Goni, G. J., et. al., 1999: Estimates of hurricane heat potential in the western north Atlantic

Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico, using TOPEX/POSEIDOM-derived

seas height anomaly data. NOAA

Goni, G. J., et. al., n.d.: Role of the upper ocean structure on the intensification of Hurricane Bret

from satellite altimetry.

Gray, W. M., et. al., n.d.: Climate trends associated with multidecadal variability of Atlantic

hurricane activity. Climatol. Perspect., 15-53.

Houston, S. H., et. al., 1993: A ship passes through Hurricane Andrew’s eye. Submitted to

Mariners Weather Log.

Houston, S. H., et. al., 1993: Through the eye of Andrew. Mariners Weather Log, 64-67.

Houston, S. H., et. al., 1998: A verification of national hurricane center forecasts of surface wind

speed radii in hurricanes.

Houze Jr., R. A., 1992: Dual-aircraft investigation of the inner core of Hurricane Norbert. Part II:

mesoscale distribution of ice particles. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 943-963.

Jones, R. W., 1986: Mature structure and motion of a model tropical cyclone with latent heating

by the resolvable scales. Mon. Weather Rev., 114, 973-990.

Jones, R. W., 1977: A nested grid for a three-dimensional model of a tropical cyclone. J. Atoms.

Sci., 34, 1528-1553.

Jones, R. W., 1961: The tracking of Hurricane Audrey 1957 by numerical prediction. J.

Meteorol., 18, 127-138.

Jones, R. W., 1977: Vortex motion in a tropical cyclone model. J. Atmos. Sci., 34, 1518-1527.

Kaplan, J., n.d.: Climatological and synoptic characteristics of rapidly intensifying tropical

cyclones in the North Atlantic Basin.

Kaplan, J, et. al., 1993: The large-scale inflow-layer structure of Hurricane Frederic (1979).

Mon. Weather Rev., 121¸3-20.

Katsaros, K. B., 2000: QuikSCAT facilitates early identification of tropical depressions in 1999

hurricane season. Submitted to Geophys. Res. Letters.

Knaff, J., et. al., 1997: An el niño-southern oscillation climatology and persistence (CLIPER)

forecasting scheme. Weather and Forecasting, 12, 633-652.

Landsea, C. W., et. al., 2000: The Atlantic hurricane database re-analysis project –

documentation for 1851-85 addition to the HURDAT database.

Landsea, C. W., 1997: Comments on “Will greenhouse gas-induced warning over the next 50

years lead to higher frequency and greater intensity of hurricanes?”. Tellus, 49A, 622-


Landsea, C. W., et. al., 1998: The differing roles of the large-scale environment in the intensity

changes of recent Atlantic hurricanes.

Landsea, C. W., et. al., 2004: A reanalysis of Hurricane Andrew’s intensity. Bull. Am. Meteorol.

Soc., 85, 1699-1712.

Lord, S. J., et. al., n.d.: Diagnostics of thermodynamic and wind fields in the environment of

Hurricane Debby (1982).

Lord, S. J., et. al., 1987: The environment of Hurricane Debby (1982). Part I: winds. Mon.

Weather. Rev., 115, 2760-2780.

Lord, S. J., n.d.: Some thoughts on the status and future of hurricane prediction – an informal


Marks, F. D., et. al, 1998: Landfalling tropical cyclone: forecast problems and associated

research opportunities. Bul. Am. Meteorol. Soc., 79, 305-323.

Marks Jr., F. D., et. al., 1992: Dual-aircraft investigation of the inner core of Hurricane Norbert.

Part I: kinematic structure. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 919-942.

Ooyama, K. V., 1981: Architecture of the QSTING – blue prints of a transparent box.

Ooyama, K. V., 1998: Boundary-layer parameterization in a cloud-resolving model using the

radical thermodynamic formulation.

Ooyama, K. V., 1982: Conceptual evolution of the theory and modeling of the tropical cyclone.

J. Meteorol. Soc. Jpn., 60, 369-379.

Ooyama, K. V., 2001: A dynamic and thermodynamic foundation for modeling the moist

atmosphere with parameterized microphysics. J. Atmos. Sci., 58, 2073-2102.

Ooyama, K. V., n.d.: Footnotes to “conceptual evolution”.

Ooyama, K. V., n.d.: Hurricane track and intensity predictions at HRD.

Ooyama, K. V., 1984: A model for hurricane prediction. 344-349.

Ooyama, K. V., 1987: Numerical experiments of steady and transient jets with a simple model of

the hurricane outflow layer.

Ooyama, K. V., 2001: The numerical method of a nested spectral model. Part I: cubic-spline representation in a single domain.

Ooyama, K. V., 1986: A spectral prediction model on nested domains and its application to

asymmetric flow in the hurricane boundary layer.

Ooyama, K. V., n.d.: Thermodynamics in the primitive form for modelling the moist atmosphere.

Ooyama, K. V., 1971: V. convection and convective adjustment: a theory on parameterization of

cumulus convection. J. Meteorol. Soc. Jpn., 49., 744-756.

Pielke, R. A., 1998: Normalized hurricane damages in the United States: 1925-1995. Weather

and Forecasting, 13, 621-631.

Rosenthal, S. L., 1991: A note on relationships between western Sahel rainfall and U. S.

hurricane activity. NOAA.

Rosenthal, S. L., 1978: Numerical simulation of tropical cyclone development with latent heat

release by the resolvable scales I: model description and preliminary results. J. Atmos.

Sci., 35, 258-271.

Rosenthal, S. L., 1979: The sensitivity of simulated hurricane development to cumulus

parameterization details. Mon. Weather Rev., 107, 193-197.

Rosenthal, S. L., 1993: The variability of the South Florida mean annual surface air temperature

during the last three decades. NOAA.

Shay, L. K., et. al, 1992: Upper ocean response to Hurricane Gilbert. J. Geophys. Res., 97,


Thacker, W. C., 1997: Partitioning the North Atlantic into regions of similar seasonal sea-surface

temperature anomalies. Int. J. Climatol. 17, 3-23.

Veldon, C. S., et. al., 1992: The impact of satellite-derived winds on numerical hurricane track

forecasting. Weather and Forecasting, 7, 107-118.

2000: Weather Zine, 23.

Willoughby, H. E., et. al., 1985: Project STORMFURY: a scientific chronicle 1962-1983. Bull.

Am. Meteorol. Soc., 66, 505-514.

Wood, V. T., et. al, 1989: Hurricane Gloria: simulated land-based Doppler velocities

reconstructed from airborne Doppler radar measurements.

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