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Data Archive Publications

Here are details on NHC publications and how to find them:

We have begun to offer recent publications in a .pdf format forimmediate download, and links to these documents will appear below as theybecome available.

Annual Hurricane Season Articles

NHC publishes three annual summaries of tropical cyclone activity inits area of responsibility. These include: 1) The Atlantic HurricaneSeason, 2) The Eastern North Pacific Hurricane Season, and 3) AtlanticTropical Systems. The Hurricane Season summaries include descriptionsof named storms along with pertinent meteorological data and satelliteimagery. The Atlantic Tropical Systems article gives a description oftropical disturbances in the Atlantic (especially tropical waves) andprovides information on non-developing cyclones.

The annual summaries can be found in the following periodicals:

These journals can be found in your public library or university library, and are also available to NOAA staff via the NOAA Libraries per licensing agreements. The Monthly Weather Review and Weatherwise are found in the science section, while the Mariner's Weather Log is found in the Government Documents section under the Department of Commerce. To find a NOAA library, please visit http://www.lib.noaa.gov/about/lib_network.html.

Atlantic Hurricane Season Summaries can be found in the Monthly Weather Review back to the 1930's, with descriptions of individualstorms available back to the journal's beginnings in 1886. They are found in the other journals for a similar length of time.Eastern Pacific Hurricane Season Summaries (including those from the former Eastern Pacific Hurricane Center in Redwood City, CA) areavailable in the journals dating back to the early 1960's.

The Atlantic Tropical Systems article dates back to the 1970's, with abreak in the publication from 1980 to 1988. It is found only in theMonthly Weather Review.

NHC Technical Memoranda/Reports

Many NHC publications are found in the NOAA/ESSA TechnicalMemorandum Series published by the Department of Commerce. Theseshould be available in the Government Documents section of your publicor university library. Memoranda starting with WBTM SR 38 are alsoavailable from the following:

National Technical Information Service
Technology Administration
U. S. Department of Commerce
Springfield, VA 22161
Phone: 703-487-4650

Please check with NTIS for the latest prices. The accession number forordering is given in parentheses at the end of the entry whenavailable.

ESSA Technical Memoranda

SRTM 28: The Weather Distribution with Upper Tropospheric ColdLows in the Tropics - Neil L. Frank - September, 1966.

WBTM SR 38: Florida Hurricanes - Gordon E. Dunn and Staff NHC -November, 1967. (PB 182 220)

WBTM SR 42: Memorable Hurricanes of the United States Since 1873 -Arnold L. Sugg and Robert L. Carrodus - January, 1969. (PB 182 228)

WBTM SR 44: Climatology of Atlantic Tropical Cyclones by Two andOne-Half Degree Latitude-Longitude Boxes - John R. Hope and Charles J.Neumann - February, 1969. (PB 183 308)

WBTM SR 45: On the Maximum Sustained Winds Occurring in AtlanticHurricanes - Charles Holliday - May, 1969. (PB 184 609)

WBTM SR 46: Hemispheric Circulation and Anomaly Patterns ObservedWhen Tropical Storms Reach Hurricane Intensity - Paul J. Hebert andBanner I. Miller - May, 1969. (PB 184 610)

WBTM SR 47: Disturbances in the Tropical and Equatorial Atlantic- Robert H. Simpson - June, 1969. (PB 184 740)

WBTM SR 49: A Mean Storm Surge Profle - Arnold L. Sugg - December,1969. (PB 188 422)

WBTM SR 50: A Reassessment of the Hurricane Prediction Problem -Robert H. Simpson - February, 1970. (PB 189 846)

WBTM SR 51: The Satellite Applications Section of the NationalHurricane Center - Robert H. Simpson and D. C. Gaby - September, 1970.(COM 71 00005)

NOAA Technical Memoranda NWS

NWS SR 53: The Decision Process in HurricaneForecasting - Robert H. Simpson - January, 1971. (COM 71 00336)

NWS SR 55: Digitized Atlantic Tropical CycloneTracks - John R. Hope and Charles J. Neumann - February, 1971. (COM 7100984)

NWS SR 56: Memorable Hurricanes of the UnitedStates Since 1873 - Arnold L. Sugg, Leonard G. Pardue, and Robert L.Carrodus - April, 1971. (COM 71 00610)

NWS SR 58: Atlantic Hurricane Frequencies Alongthe U.S. Coastline - Robert H. Simpson and Miles B. Lawrence - June1971. (COM 71 00796)

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NWS SR 62: An Alternate to the HURRAN (HurricaneAnalog) Tropical Cyclone Forecast System - Charles J. Neumann -January, 1972. (COM 72 10351)

NWS SR 63: A Statistical Method of CombiningSynoptic and Empirical Tropical Cyclone Prediction Systems - CharlesJ. Neumann, John R. Hope, and Banner I. Miller - May, 1972. (COM 7210553)

NWS SR 69: Statistical-Dynamical Prediction ofTropical Cyclone Motion - Charles J. Neumann and Miles B. Lawrence -April, 1973. (COM 73 10728)

NWS SR 71: A Decision Proceedure for Application inPredicting the Landfall of Hurricanes - Robert H. Simpson and Brian R.Jarvinen - August, 1973. (COM-73-11663/AS)

NWS SR 72: Objective Analysis of the Sea SurfaceTemperature - Brian R. Jarvinen - August, 1973. (COM 73-11643)

NWS SR 81: The Effect of Initial DataUncertainties on the Performance of Statistical Tropical CycloneModels - Charles J. Neumann - March, 1975. (COM 75-10483/AS)

NWS SR 82: A Statistical Study of TropicalCyclone Positioning Errors with Economic Applications - Charles J.Neumann - March, 1975. (COM 75-11362/AS)

NWS SR 83: A Satellite Classification Techniquefor Subtropical Cyclones - Paul J. Hebert and Kenneth O. Poteat -July, 1975. (COM 75-11220/AS)

Documents digitized by the NOAA Miami Regional Library

NWS NHC 1 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification Tabulation ofAtlantic Tropical Cyclones 1974 - John R. Hope and Staff, NHC -March, 1976. (PB285261/AS)

NWS NHC 2 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification Tabulation -Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1975 - Paul J. Hebert and Staff, NHC -January, 1977. (PB285263/AS)

NWS NHC 3 (PDF): Intensification Criteria for TropicalDepressions in the Western North Atlantic - Paul J. Hebert - April,1977. (PB285415/AS)

NWS NHC 4 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification Tabulation ofAtlantic Tropical Cyclones 1976 - Paul J. Hebert and Staff, NHC - May,1977. (PB285262/AS)

NWS NHC 5 (PDF): Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Tracks by 5-, 10-,15-, and 30-Day Periods - Brian R. Jarvinen and Charles J. Neumann -May, 1978. (PB284009/AS)

NWS NHC 6 (PDF): A Tropical Cyclone Data Tape for the NorthAtlantic Basin, 1886-1977; Contents, Limitations, and Uses - Brian R.Jarvinen and Eduardo L. Caso - June, 1978. (PB285504/AS)

NWS NHC 7 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and Most IntenseUnited States Hurricanes of the Century (And Other FrequentlyRequested Hurricane Facts) - Paul J. Hebert and Glenn Taylor - August,1978. (PB286753/AS)

NWS NHC 8 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification Tabulation ofAtlantic Tropical Cyclones 1977 - Miles B. Lawrence, Paul J. Hebertand Staff, NHC - March, 1979. (PB295702)

NWS NHC 9 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification Tabulation ofAtlantic Tropical Cyclones 1978 - Paul J. Hebert and Staff, NHC -April, 1979. (PB296323)

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NWS NHC 10 (PDF): Statistical Forecasts Of Tropical CycloneIntensity for the North Atlantic Basin - Brian R. Jarvinen and CharlesJ. Neumann - April, 1979. (PB297185)

NWS NHC 11 (PDF): A Guide to Atlantic and Eastern PacificModels for The Prediction of Tropical Cyclone Motion - Charles J.Neumann - April, 1979. (PB297141/AS)

NWS NHC 12 (PDF): Modificantion of NMC Analyses and Prognosesfor Use in Statistical Tropical Cyclone Prediction Models - Preston W.Leftwich, Jr. - May, 1979. (PB297190)

NWS NHC 13 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification TabulationAtlantic Tropical Cyclones 1979 - Paul J. Hebert and Staff, NHC -June, 1980.

NWS NHC 14 (PDF): A Statistical Tropical Cyclone MotionForecasting System for the Gulf of Mexico - Robert T. Merril - August,1980.

NWS NHC 15 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification TabulationAtlantic Tropical Cyclones 1980 - Glenn Taylor and Staff, NHC - June,1981.

NWS NHC 16 (PDF): A Compilation of Eastern and Central NorthPacific Tropical Cyclone Data - Gail M. Brown and Preston W. Leftwich,Jr. - August, 1982. (PB83115444)

NWS NHC 17 (PDF): Annual Data and Verification TabulationAtlantic Tropical Cyclones 1981 - Staff, NHC - November, 1982.

NWS NHC 18 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and Most IntenseUnited States Hurricanes of the Century (And Other FrequentlyRequested Hurricane Facts) - Paul J. Hebert and Glenn Taylor, NHC -January, 1983. (PB83-163527)(Revised as NOAA TM NWS NHC 31)

NWS NHC 19 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1982 - Gilbert B. Clark andStaff, NHC - February, 1983. (PB83184077)

NWS NHC 20 (PDF): The Miss/Hit Ratio - An Estimate ofReliability for Tropical Cyclone Track Prediction - Preston W.Leftwich - April, 1983.

NWS NHC 21 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1983 - Gilbert B. Clark andStaff, NHC - January, 1984.

NWS NHC 22 (PDF): A Tropical Cyclone Data Tape for theNorth Atlantic Basin, 1886-1983; Contents, Limitations, and Uses -Brian R. Jarvinen, Charles J. Neumann, and Mary A. S. Davis - March,1984.

NWS NHC 23 (PDF): Frequency and Motion of WesternNorth Pacific Tropical Cyclones - Congyuan Xue and Charles J. Neumann- May, 1984. (PB85106466)

NWS NHC 24 (PDF): Hurricane Experience Levels ofCoastal County Populations Texas to Maine - Paul J. Hebert, GlennTaylor (Retired), and Robert, A. Case - June 1984.(PB85111383)(Revised as NOAA TM NWS NHC 46)

NWS NHC 25 (PDF): A Tropical Cyclone Data Tape for theEastern and Central North Pacific Basins, 1949-1983: Contents,Limitations, and Uses - Mary A. S. Davis, Gail M. Brown, and PrestonLeftwich - September, 1984. (PB85110054)

NWS NHC 26 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1984 - Gilbert B. Clark andRobert A. Case, NHC - February, 1985.

NWS NHC 27 (PDF): A Storm Surge Atlas for CorpusChristi, Texas - Brian R. Jarvinen, A. Barry Damiano, and Gloria J. D.Lockett - August, 1985.

NWS NHC 28 (PDF): A Statistical Model for thePrediction of Western Pacific Tropical Cyclone Motion - Yimiing Xu andCharles J. Neumann - November, 1985.

NWS NHC 29 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation - Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1985 - Gilbert B Clark andRobert A. Case - March, 1986.

NWS NHC 30 (PDF): A Storm Surge Atlas for the SabineLake (Texas/Louisiana) Area - Victor Wiggert and Brian Jarvinen -April, 1986.

NWS NHC 31 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and MostIntense United States Hurricanes of This Century (and Other FrequentlyRequested Hurricane Facts) (Revision of NOAA TM NWS NHC 18) - Paul J.Hebert (WSFO Miami); Glenn Taylor and Robert A. Case (NHC) - RevisedMarch, 1990.

NWS NHC 32 (PDF): Comparison of Observed Versus SLOSHModel Computed Storm Surge Hydrographs Along the Delaware and NewJersey Shorelines for Hurricane Gloria, September, 1985 - BrianJarvinen (NHC) and Jeff Gebert (Army COE, Philadelphia, PA) -September, 1986.

NWS NHC 33 (PDF): Hurricane Tracking Using an EnvelopeApproach - Impacts Upon Forecasts - Robert C. Sheets - October, 1986.

NWS NHC 34 (PDF): An Experiment in StatisticalPrediction of Tropical Cyclone Intensity Change - Robert T. Merril -February, 1987.

NWS NHC 35 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation - Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1986 - Gilbert B Clark andRobert A. Case - March, 1987.

NWS NHC 36 (PDF): Observed Versus SLOSH Model StormSurge for Connecticut, New York, and Upper New Jersey in HurricaneGloria, September, 1985 - Brian Jarvinen and Jeff Gebert - August,1987.

NWS NHC 37 (PDF): Observed Versus SLOSH Model StormSurge for North Carolina in Hurricane Gloria, September, 1985 - BrianJarvinen and Alan McDuffie - August, 1987.

NWS NHC 38 (PDF): The National Hurricane Center RiskAnalysis Program (HURISK) - Charles J. Neumann - November, 1987.

NWS NHC 39 (PDF): Satellite Interpretation Messages -A User's Guide - James S. Lynch - May, 1987.

NWS NHC 40 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation - Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1987 - Gilbert B Clark andRobert A. Case - March, 1988.

NWS NHC 41 (PDF): The National Hurricane Center NHC83Model - Charles J. Neumann - May, 1988 - Robert A. Case and Gilbert B.Clark - March, 1988.

NWS NHC 42 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation - Atlantic Tropical Cyclones 1988 - Gilbert B Clark andRobert A. Case - October, 1988.

NWS NHC 43 (PDF): Annual Data and VerificationTabulation - Eastern Pacific Tropical Cyclones 1988.

NWS NHC 44 (PDF): A Revised National Hurricane CenterNHC83 Model (NHC90) - Charles J. Neumann (Science ApplicationsInternational Corporation) And Colin J. McAdie (NHC) - November, 1991.

NWS NHC 45 (PDF): Hurricane Gilbert (1988) In Reviewand Perspective - Edward N. Rappaport and Colin J. McAdie - November,1991.

NWS NHC 46 (PDF): Hurricane Experience Levels ofCoastal County Populations from Texas to Maine - Jerry D. Jarrell,Paul J. Hebert, and Max Mayfield - August, 1992.

NWS NHC 47 (PDF): The Deadliest Atlantic TropicalCyclones, 1492-1994 - Edward N. Rappaport and Jose Fernandez-Partagas- January, 1995.

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NWS TPC 1 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and MostIntense United States Hurricanes of This Century (and Other FrequentlyRequested Hurricane Facts) (Revision of NOAA TM NWS NHC 31) - Paul J.Hebert (NWSFO Miami), Jerry D. Jarrell, and Max Mayfield - UpdatedFebruary, 1996.

NWS TPC 2 (PDF): Tropical Cyclone IntensityClimatology of the North Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf ofMexico - Paul J. Hebert (NWSFO Miami) and Colin J. McAdie - December,1997.

NWS TPC 3 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and Most Intense United States Tropical Cyclones From 1900 to 2000 (and otherFrequently Requested Hurricane Facts) - Jerry D. Jarrell (NHC Miami, retired), Max Mayfield (NHC Miami), Edward N. Rappaport (NHC Miami), and Eric S. Blake (NHC Miami) - October,2001.

NWS TPC 4 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and MostIntense United States Tropical Cyclones From 1851 to 2004 (and otherFrequently Requested Hurricane Facts) - Eric S. Blake (NHC Miami), Edward N. Rappaport (NHC Miami), Jerry D. Jarrell (NHC Miami, retired),and Christopher W. Landsea (HRD Miami) - Updated August, 2005.

NWS TPC 5 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and MostIntense United States Tropical Cyclones From 1851 to 2006 (and otherFrequently Requested Hurricane Facts) - Eric S. Blake, Edward N. Rappaport, and Christopher W. Landsea - Updated April, 2007.

NWS NHC 6 (PDF): The Deadliest, Costliest, and MostIntense United States Tropical Cyclones From 1851 to 2010 (and otherFrequently Requested Hurricane Facts) - Eric S. Blake, Christopher W. Landsea, and Ethan J. Gibney - Updated August, 2011.

NOAA Technical Reports

NOAA Technical Report NWS 37: The NationalWeather Service Hurricane Probability Program - Robert C. Sheets,1984. (PB84 182757)

Other Technical Memoranda/Reports Related to NHC Duties

This section includes a list of publications fromoutside of NHC that relate to NHC duties.

National Hurricane Operations Plan: Office of the Federal Coordinator For Meteorological Services and Supporting Research.

ESSA Technical Report WB 6: Climatology ofAtlantic Tropical Storms and Hurricanes - M. A. Alaka - May, 1968.

NOAA Technical Memorandum NESDIS 5: A TropicalCyclone Precipitation Estimation Technique Using GeostationarySatellite Data' - LeRoy E. Spayd Jr. and Roderick A. Scofield - July,1984.

NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS SR 152: A Simpleand Practical Computerized Parametric Wave/Swell Forecast Model -Steven W. Lyons - March, 1994. (PB 94-144524)

NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 11: TropicalCyclone Intensity Analysis Using Satellite Data - Vernon F. Dvorak -September, 1984 reprinted October, 1985. (PB85 112951)

NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 57: Water VaporImagery: Interpretation and Applications to Weather Analysis andForecasting - Roger B. Weldon and Susan J. Holmes - April, 1991.

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NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 63: A SystematicApproach for Estimating Central Pressures of Mid-Latitude OceanicStorms - Frank J. Smigielski and H. Michael Mogil - December,1992.

NOAA Technical Report NWS 15: SomeClimatological Characteristics of Hurricanes and Tropical Storms, Gulfand East Coasts of the United States - Francis P. Ho, Richard W.Schwerde, and Hugo V. Goodyear - May, 1975. (COM-7511-88)

NOAA Technical Report NWS 17: Estimation ofHurricane Storm Surge in Apalachicola Bay, Florida - James E. Overland- June 1975. (COM-75-11132)

NOAA Technical Report NWS 32: PertinentMeteorological and Hurricane Tide Data for Hurricane Carla - FrancesP. Ho and John F. Miller - August, 1982. (PB83 118240)

NOAA Technical Report NWS 35: PertinentMeteorological Data for Hurricane Allen of 1980 - Frances P. Ho andJohn F. Miller - September, 1983. (PB84 104322)

NOAA Technical Report NWS 38: HurricaneClimatology for the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States -Marshall Hansen - April, 1987. (PB88 114657)

NOAA Technical Report NWS 48: SLOSH: Sea, Lake,and Overland Surges from Hurricanes: Chester P. Jelesnianski, JyeChen, and Wilson A. Shaffer - April, 1992.

Peer Reviewed Scientific Journal Articles

Listed below are a few pertinent articles in peer reviewed scientific journals. This list is by no means comprehensive.

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS) [link]

Landsea, C. W., and J. P. Cangialosi, 2018: Have we reached the limits of predictability for tropical cyclone track forecasting? Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 2237-2243.

Weinkle, J., C. Landsea, D. Collins, R. Musulin, R. P. Crompton, P. J. Klotzbach, and R. Pielke, Jr., 2018: Normalized hurricane damage in the continental United States 1900-2017. Nature Sustainability, 1, 808-813.

Kieper, M. E., C. W. Landsea, and J. L. Beven, II, 2016: A Reanalysis of Hurricane Camille. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 97, 367-384.

Landsea, C. W., 2015: Comments on 'Monitoring and Understanding Trends in Extreme Storms: State of Knowledge'. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 96, 1175-1176.

Rappaport, Edward N., 2014: Fatalities in the United States from Atlantic Tropical Cyclones: New Data and Interpretation. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 95, 341-346.

Rappaport, E. N., J.-G. Jiing, C. W. Landsea, S. T. Murillo, and J. L. Franklin, 2012: The Joint Hurricane Testbed - Its first decade of tropical cyclone research-to-operations activities revisited. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 93, 371-380.

Brennan, M. J., H. D. Cobb III, and R. D. Knabb, 2010: Observations of Gulf of Tehuantepec Gap Wind Events from QuikSCAT: An Updated Event Climatology and Operational Model Evaluation. Wea. Forecasting, 25, 646-658.

Cohen, A. E., and J. P. Cangialosi, 2010: An Observational and High-Resolution Model Analysis of Gale Wind Events in the Gulf of California. Wea. Forecasting, 25, 613-626.

C. Velden, B. Harper, F. Wells, J. L. Beven Jr., R. Zehr, T. Olander, M. Mayfield, C. Guard,M. Lander, R. Edson, L. Avila, A. Burton, M. Turk, A. Kikuchi, A. Christian, P. Caroff, and P. McCrone. 2006:The Dvorak Tropical Cyclone Intensity Estimation Technique. Bulletinof the American Meteorological Society: Vol. 87, No. 9, pp. 1195-1214.

R. A. Pielke Jr., C. Landsea, M. Mayfield, J. Laver, and R. Pasch. 2005: Hurricanes and Global Warming. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society: Vol. 86, No. 11, pp. 1571-1575.

Christopher W. Landsea, James L. Franklin, Colin J. McAdie, John L.Beven II, James M. Gross, Brian R. Jarvinen, Richard J. Pasch, Edward N.Rappaport, Jason P. Dunion and Peter P. Dodge. 2004: A Reanalysis of Hurricane Andrew's Intensity. Bulletin of the American MeteorologicalSociety: Vol. 85, No. 11, pp. 1699-1712.

James L. Franklin, Colin J. McAdie and Miles B. Lawrence. 2003: Trends in Track Forecasting for Tropical Cyclones Threatening the United States, 1970-2001. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society: Vol. 84, No. 9, pp 1197-1203.

Colin J. McAdie and Miles B. Lawrence. 2000: Improvements in TropicalCyclone Track Forecasting in the Atlantic Basin, 1970-98. Bulletin ofthe American Meteorological Society: Vol. 81, No. 5, pp. 989-997.

Christopher S. Velden, William L. Smith and Max Mayfield. 1984:Applications of VAS and TOVS to Tropical Cyclones. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society: Vol. 65, No. 10, pp. 1059-1067.

Weather and Forecasting (American Meteorological Society) [link]

Cangialosi, J., E. Blake, M. DeMaria, A. Penny, A. Latto, E. Rappaport, and V. Tallapragada, 2020: Recent Progress in Tropical Cyclone Intensity Forecasting at the National Hurricane Center. Wea. Forecasting, 35, 1913-1922. 10.1175/WAF-D-20-0059.1.

Sangster, S. J., and C. W. Landsea, 2020: Constraints in Dvorak wind speed estimates: How quickly can hurricanes intensify?. Wea. Forecasting, 35, 1235-1241.

Cangialosi, J.P., and C.W. Landsea, 2016: An examination of model and official National Hurricane Center tropical cyclone size forecasts. Weather and Forecasting, 31, 1293-1300.

Cangialosi, J.P., T.B. Kimberlain, J.L. Beven II, and M. DeMaria, 2015: The Validity of Dvorak Intensity Change Constraints for Tropical Cyclones. Weather and Forecasting, 30, 1010-1015.

Carrasco, C. A, C. W. Landsea, and Y.-L. Lin, 2014: The Influence of Tropical Cyclone Size on its Intensification. Wea. Forecasting, 29, 582-590.

Brennan, Michael J., Sharanya J. Majumdar, 2011: An Examination of Model Track Forecast Errors for Hurricane Ike (2008) in the Gulf of Mexico. Weather and Forecasting, 26, 848-867.

DeMaria M., J. A. Knaff, R. Knabb, C. Lauer, C. R. Sampson, and R. T. DeMaria, 2010: A New Method for Estimating Tropical Cyclone Wind Speed Probabilities. Weather and Forecasting, 24, 1573-1591.

Brennan, M. J., C. C. Hennon, and R. D. Knabb, 2009: The operational use of QuikSCAT ocean surface vector winds at the National Hurricane Center. Weather and Forecasting, 24, 621.645.

Rappaport, E. N., J. L. Franklin, L. A. Avila, S. R. Baig, J. L. BevenII, E. S. Blake, C. A. Burr, J.-G. Jiing, C. A. Juckins, R. D. Knabb, C.W. Landsea, M. Mainelli, M. Mayfield, C. J. McAdie, R. J. Pasch, C.Sisko, S. R. Stewart, and A. N. Tribble, 2009: Advances and Challengesat the National Hurricane Center. Weather and Forecasting, 24, 395-419.

Robert C. Sheets. 1990: The NationalHurricane Center – Past, Present, Future. Weather and Forecasting: Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 185-231.

Journal of Climate (American Meteorological Society) [link]

Delgado, S., C. W. Landsea, and H. Willoughby, 2018: Reanalysis of the 1954-63 Atlantic hurricane seasons. J. Climate, 31, 4177-4192.

Klotzbach P. J. and C. W. Landsea, 2015: Extremely intense hurricanes: Revisiting Webster et al. (2005) after 10 years. Journal of Climate, 28, 7621-7629.

Landsea, C. W., A. Hagen, W. Bredemeyer, C. Carrasco, D. A. Glenn, A. Santiago, D. Strahan-Sakoskie, and M. Dickinson, 2014: A reanalysis of the 1931-1943 Atlantic hurricane database. Journal of Climate, 27, 6093-6118.

Hagen, A. B., and C. W. Landsea, 2012: On the classification of extreme Atlantic hurricanes utilizing mid-Twentieth-Century monitoring capabilities. J. Climate, 25, 4461-4475.

Landsea, C. W., S. Feuer, A. Hagen, D. A. Glenn, J. Sims, R. Perez,M. Chenoweth, and N. Anderson, 2012: A reanalysis of the 1921-1930Atlantic hurricane database. Journal of Climate, 25, 865-885.

Landsea, C. W., G. A. Vecchi, L. Bengtsson, and T. R. Knutson, 2010: Impact of duration threshold on Atlantic tropical cyclone counts. Journal of Climate, 23, 2508-2519.

Landsea, C. W. , D. A. Glenn, W. Bredemeyer, M. Chenoweth, R. Ellis J. Gamache, L. Hufstetler, C. Mock, R. Perez, R. Prieto, J. Sanchez-Sesma, D. Thomas, and L. Woolcock, 2008: A Reanalysis of the 1911-20 Atlantic Hurricane Database. Journal of Climate, 21,138-2168.

Monthly Weather Review [link]

Landsea, C. W., and J. L. Franklin, 2013: Atlantic Hurricane Database Uncertainty and Presentation of a New Database Format. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141, 3576-3592.

Natural Hazards Review [link]

Pielke, R. A., Jr., J. Gratz, C. W. Landsea, D. Collins, M. A. Saunders, and R. Muslin, 2008: Normalized hurricane damage in the United States: 1900-2005. Natural Hazard Review, 9, p.29-42.

Nature Geoscience [link]

Knutson, T. R., J. L. McBride, J. Chan, K. Emanuel, G. Holland C. Landsea, I. Held, J. P. Kossin, A. K. Srivastava,and M. Sugi, 2010: Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change. Nature Geoscience, DOI: 10.1038/NGEO779, 7 pp.

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NOAA Historical Climatology Series

Historical Climatology Series 6-2: Tropical Cyclones of the North Atlantic Ocean, 1851-2006 - Colin J. McAdie, Charles J. Neumann, Joan E. David, Eric S. Blake and Gregory R. Hammer - July 2009.
Available from the National Climatic Data Center

HistoricalClimatology Series 6-5: Tropical Cyclones of the Eastern North Pacific Basin, 1949-2006 - Eric S. Blake, Ethan J. Gibney, Daniel P. Brown, Michelle Mainelli, James L. Franklin, Todd Kimberlain, and Gregory R. Hammer - June 2009.
Available from the National Climatic Data Center

Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch Quarterly Recaps of Significant Tropical Marine Weather Events in the Mariners Weather Log


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