FY-2003 Publications
(October 1, 2002-September 30, 2003)
(names of HRD authors appear in capital letters)

[1] ABERSON, S.D. Targeted observations to improve operational tropical cyclone track forecast guidance. Monthly Weather Review, 131(8):1613-1628 (2003).
[2] ABERSON, S.D. Two years of operational hurricane synoptic surveillance. Weather and Forecasting, 17(5):1101-1110 (2002).
[3] ABERSON, S.D., and C.R. Sampson. On the predictability of tropical cyclone tracks in the northwest Pacific basin. Monthly Weather Review, 131(7):1491-1497 (2003).
[4] CIONE, J.J., and E.W. UHLHORN. Sea surface temperature variability in hurricanes: Implications with respect to intensity change. Monthly Weather Review, 131(8):1783-1796 (2003).

[5] DUNION, J.P., C.W. LANDSEA, S.H. Houston, and M.D. POWELL. A reanalysis of the surface winds for Hurricane Donna of 1960. Monthly Weather Review, 131(9):1992-2011 (2003).

[6] Franklin, J.L., M.L. BLACK, and K. Valde. GPS dropwindsonde wind profiles in hurricanes and their operational implications. Weather and Forecasting, 18(1):32-44 (2003).

[7] Gedzelman, S., E. Hindman, X. Zhang, J. Lawrence, J.F. GAMACHE, M.L. BLACK, R.A. BLACK, J.P. DUNION, and H.E. WILLOUGHBY. Probing hurricanes with stable isotopes of rain and water vapor. Monthly Weather Review, 131(6):1112-1127 (2003).

[8] Kollias, P., B.A. Albrecht, and F.D. MARKS. Cloud radar observations of vertical drafts and microphysics in convective rain. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D2):4053 doi:10.1029/2001JD002033 (2003).
[9] Kollias, P., B.A. Albrecht, and F.D. MARKS. Why Mie? Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 83(10):1471-1483 (2002).
[10] Lee, W.-C., F.D. MARKS, and C. Walther. Airborne Doppler radar data analysis workshop. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 84(8):1063-1075 (2003).
[11] MARKS, F.D. Hurricanes. In Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences, Elsevier Science Ltd., London, UK, 942-966 (2003).

[12] Mo, Q., A.G. Detwiler, J. Hallett, and R.A. BLACK. Horizontal structure of the electric field in the stratiform region of an Oklahoma mesoscale convective system. Journal of Geophysical Research, 108(D7):4225, doi:10.1029/2001JD001140 (2003).
[13] OOYAMA, K.V. The cubic-spline transform method: Basic definitions and tests in a 1D single domain. Monthly Weather Review, 130(10):2392-2415 (2002).

[14] Owens, B.F., and C.W. LANDSEA. Assessing the skill of operational Atlantic seasonal tropical cyclone forecasts. Weather and Forecasting, 18(1):45-54 (2003).
[15] Pielke, R.A., J. Rubiera, C. LANDSEA, M.L. Fernandez, and R. Klein. Hurricane vulnerability in Latin America and the Caribbean: Normalized damage and loss potentials. Natural Hazards Review, 4(3):101-114 (2003).
[16] POWELL, M.D., P.J. Vickery, and T.A. Reinhold. Reduced drag coefficient for high wind speeds in tropical cyclones. Nature, 422:279-283 (2003).
[17] ROGERS, R.F., S. Chen, J. Tenerelli, and H.E. WIILLOUGHBY. A numerical study of the impact of vertical shear on the distribution of rainfall in Hurricane Bonnie (1998). Monthly Weather Review, 131(8):1577-1599 (2003).
[18] UHLHORN, E.W., and P.G. BLACK. Verification of remotely sensed sea surface winds in hurricanes. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 20(1):99-116 (2003).