National Hurricane Center Branch
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 in the collection.
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
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
Climate Change and Potential Hurricane Impact
Climate and Engineering Oil Spills and Hurricanes
Social Response to Hurricanes and Natural Disasters
Congressional Quarterly's Political Contact Suite - provides contacts, profiles, biographies for members and staff of Congress, federal government, the judiciary, and nongovernmental orgs.
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.1-4
NOAA Technical Memo NWS TPC no. 5: The Deadliest, Costliest, and Most Intense United States Tropical Cyclones From 1851 to 2006
Monthly Weather Review - Annual Summaries of North Atlantic Storms, 1872-2009
NOAA Historical Climatology series 6-2 Tropical Cyclones of the North Atlantic Ocean, 1851-2006 (scroll down to "Atlantic is available for PDF")
Saffir-Simpson Wind Scale and Summary Table
Citation for Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale and AMS Citation Guidelines
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.