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Florida Public Hurricane Loss Projection Model

The Florida Public Hurricane Loss Projection Model is supported by a research grant from the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation. It is being developed by a consortium of Florida universities and NOAA's Hurricane Research Division of the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. Below is a list of historical Florida hurricanes used in evaluating this model versus the Base Set of Florida land-falling hurricanes (M-1) created by the Florida Commission on Hurricane Loss Projection Methodology.

Our Base Set is based on the NHC HURDAT. Here is the latest version truncated to just the Base Set in

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Florida regions

References


Frances P. Ho, J.C. Su, Kl.L. Hanevich, R.J. Smith, and F.P. Richards, 1987:"Hurricane climatology for the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States" NOAA Technical Memorandum, NWS-38, 193pp.

Christopher W. Landsea, C. Anderson, N. Charles, G. Clark, J. Dunion, J. Fernandez-Partagas, P. Hungerford, C. Neumann, and M. Zimmer, 2004: The Atlantic hurricane database re-analysis project: Documentation for the 1851-1910 alterations and additions to the HURDAT database. "Hurricanes and Typhoons : Past, Present, and Future" R.J. Murname and K-B Liu, Editors, Columbia University Press, p. 177-221

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