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               also serving the Miami Forecast office
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NOAA Central Library

"If you see Something, Say Something." (TM) Report suspicious activity to local law enforcement or call 911.

AMS E- Journals
American Meteorological Society E-Journals.

- 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

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 Data Buoy Center - Mariners Weather Log -1998-current. Back issues (195 7-1998) via Hathi Trust

Climate Change and Potential Hurricane Impact
Climate and Engineering  
 Oil Spills and Hurricanes
Communicating Hurricane and other Weather Risks 

El Niņo and La Niņa – Southern Oscillation (ENSO) - new

Social Response to Hurricanes and Natural Disasters

Congress.Gov -
official  website for U.S. federal legislative information.  Offers a new easy to use interface to search for committees, hearings, reports, congressional records, legislation, memebers and nominations.

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

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

Gulf Stream Analysis Data - Gulf Stream Loop Current location archival data 1976-1996.  Offers location of Gulf Stream from Yucatan Channel to the offing of Nova Scotia and was derived from GOES Satellite imagery.  and Databases -
Lexis Advance offers an updated easy to use interface to locate congressional, news or journal information.  Nexis focuses on news and journal research.

Reconnaissance Summaries -  annual mission summaries, aircraft operations and history links.

Science Presentations- 
recorded WebEx presentations/audio given at NHC.

Science Presentations - NOAA Central Library Brown Bag series - given by  NOAA and other agencies.

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

Annual Hurricane Summaries of North Atlantic Storms, 1872-2013

NOAA Historical Climatology series 6-2 Tropical Cyclones of the North Atlantic Ocean, 1851-2006 

National Hurricane Research Project Reports - 1956 to 1962  

E-Resources E-Journals
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