Sfc. Wind Anal.
NOAA Oceanic Atmospheric Research
NOAA Aircraft Operations Center
The Atlantic Hurricane Database Re-analysis Project - Results for 1851 to 1910 and 1992's Hurricane Andrew. CSU/ CIRA April 2
A Re-analysis of two Catastrophic South Florida Hurricanes: Donna & Andrew. NOAA/ Hurricane Research Division. April 15
Re-analysis of the 1935 Hurricane Season Using COADS and Other Historical Accounts. May 5th 2004.
The Atlantic Hurricane Database Reanalysis for the Decades of the 1910s, 1920s, and 1930s. AMS Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology Conference. May 7th, 2004.
A Re-analysis of the 1926 and 1935 Atlantic Hurricane Seasons. David Glenn and Jamese Simms. NOAA/Hurricane Research Division. July 30th, 2004.
The Re-analysis of three Catastrophic hurricanes that impact Florida during the 1920's. Steve Feuer. NOAA/Hurricane Research Division August 19, 2004.
A Reanalysis of the 1916, 1918, 1927, 1928, and 1935 Tropical Cyclones of the North Atlantic Basin. David A. Glenn, Master's Defense. May 12th 2005.
The San Diego Hurricane of October 2, 1858. Michael Chenoweth and Chris Landsea. AMS Forum: Living in the Coastal Zone. January 11, 2005
A Reanalysis of Atlantic Basin Tropical Cyclone Database (with Emphasis on Cuban and Mexican Landfalling Hurricanes) and an Update of the Estimation of Extreme Winds, Waves and Rainfall. XI Congreso Latinoamericano e Ibérico de Meteorología, XIV Congreso Mexicano de Meteorología. Cancún, México. February 28th, 2005
The Atlantic Hurricane Database Reanalysis for 1911 to 1930. Chris Landsea. NOAA/Hurricane Research Division. June 28th, 2005.