National Hurricane Center Library
           a branch of NOAA Miami Regional Library  and NOAA Central Library
               also serving the Miami Forecast office
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AMS E- Journals
American Meteorological Society E-Journals.

Catalog
- NOAALinc catalog contains the holdings of the local collection and the collections of 30 addtional NOAA libraries across the country.

E- Journals
- a live link list for all journal titles available online.

E- Resources
- for NOAA South and North-East Labs includes: Current Content Connect, JSTOR, Web of Knowledge and more.

Inter-library loan - NHC library is a non-lending library.

'New Books' -  this is a list off the most recently cataloged items now accessible via NOAAlinc and added to the OCLC worldwide database.

NHC Print Journals
- title list of all print journal holdings.

Regional Databases
- Focus on published and unplublished scientific literature in the fields of oceanography, atmospheric science, aquaculture, and fisheries.

Reference - NOAA Miami Regional librarians are available to respond to reference questions Monday throught Friday at one of our two locations. A librarian is present at the NHC branch library Tuesday through Thursday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM or by appointment. Reference questions may be submitted via email to:Nhclibrary@noaa.gov

Other Resources

Extreme Weather Emergency Contact Sheet- South Florida

GIS & Google Training Tools

Open Source Research Databases


Publications - atmospheric publications by NHC, AOML staff and others

Schools and Universities - Offering Atmospheric Sciences


Saffir-Simpson Wind Scale and Summary Table

Citation for Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale and AMS Citation Guidelines

National Climatic Data Center -
Storm Data Publication  - "Monthly issues contain a chronological listing, by states, of storm occurrences ..."  Jan 1959 to Nov 2013.
      Library RESOURCES

Bibliographies:
Climate Change and Potential Hurricane Impact
Climate and Engineering  
 Oil Spills and Hurricanes
Social Response to Hurricanes and Natural Disasters
Tornadoes  

Congressional Quarterly's Political Contact Suite
provides contacts, profiles, biographies for members and staff of Congress, federal government, the judiciary, and nongovernmental orgs.

Endnote Bibliographic Software - NOAA wide license -available  to anyone with a NOAA email address.

Lexis.com  and   Nexis.com Databases -
Lexis focuses on legal research and Nexis focuses on news and journal research.

Library News and Training - links to online training for ibrary resources and Copyright page. 

Science Presentations
given at the National Hurricane Center.

U.S. Daily Weather Maps

                                       

National Hurricane Center  Resources

NOAA Technical Memorandums - NWS NHC no.1- 47, TPC no.1-5, and NHC no.6

NWS NHC-6 - The Deadliest, Costliest, and Most Intense United States Tropical Cyclones  From 1851 to 2010

Monthly Weather Review - Annual Summaries of North Atlantic Storms, 1872-2011

NOAA Historical Climatology series 6-2 Tropical Cyclones of the North Atlantic Ocean, 1851-2006   (scroll down to "Atlantic is available for PDF")

National Hurricane Research Project Reports - 1956 to 1962  


Hurricane Forecast Improvement Program
(HFIP) " provides the basis for NOAA and other agencies to coordinate hurricane research needed to significanly improve guidance for hurricane track, intensity and storm surge forecasts.



Catalog
E-Resources E-Journals
National Hurricane Center
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