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1992 Tropical Cyclone Meteorology and Oceanography Publications

by Chris Landsea and Noel Charles

This is a compilation of all reviewed papers and books (or chapters of books) on the meteorology/oceanography of hurricanes, tropical cyclones, tropical storms, typhoons and easterly waves that were published in 1992. If there are any additions or corrections that need to be made, please e-mail me directly.

All Available Journals 1992


ADVANCES IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

  • None

AUSTRALIAN METEOROLOGICAL MAGAZINE

  • Leslie L.M., Hess G.D., Holland G.J., Morison R.P., Fraedrich K., 1992: Predicting changes in intensity of tropical cyclones using a Markov chain technique. Aust. Metor. Mag. , 40, 41-46.
  • Nicholls, N., 1992: Recent performance of a method for forecasting Australian seasonal tropical cyclone activity. Aust. Met. Mag., 40, 105-110.

ATMOSFERA

  • Buendia E. C., Villicana F. C., Delgado O. D., Valle E. D. S., Gomez F. A., 1992: On the trajectory of cyclones likely to affect the Mexican republic. Atmosfera 5, 21-30.

BULLETIN OF THE AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY

  • Krayer W. R., Marshall R. D., 1992: Gust factor applied to hurricane winds. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 73, 613-618.
  • Gray W. M., Landsea C. W., 1992: African rainfall as a precursor of hurricane-related destruction on the U.S. east coast. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 73, 1352-1365.

CLIMATE DYNAMICS

  • None

CLIMATIC CHANGE

  • O'Brien S. T., Hayden B. P., Shugart H. H., 1992: Climatic change, hurricanes, and a tropical forest. Climatic Change 22, 175-190.

GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS

  • None

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLIMATOLOGY

  • None

JOURNAL OF APPLIED METEOROLOGY

  • Stout J., Rodgers E., 1992: Nimbus-7 total ozone observation of western North Pacific tropical cyclones. J. Appl. Meteor., 31, 758-783.

JOURNAL OF CLIMATE

  • Landsea C., Gray W. M., 1992: The strong association between western Sahelian monsoon rainfall and intense Atlantic hurricanes. J. Climate, 5, 435-453.
  • Gray W. M., Mielke, P. L., Berry K. J., 1992: Long-term variations of western Sahelian monsoon rainfall and intense U.S. landfalling hurricanes. J. Climate, 5, 1528-1534.

JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH

  • None

JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH - ATMOSPHERES

  • None

JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH - OCEANS

  • None

JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES

  • Shapiro, L. J., 1992: Hurricane vortex motion and evolution in a three-layer model. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 140-154.
  • Marks F. D., R. A. Houze, Jr., J. F. Gamache, 1992: Dual-aircraft investigation of the inner core of Hurricane Norbert. Part I: Kinematic structure. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 919-942.
  • Houze R. A.Jr., F. D. Marks, R. A. Black, 1992: Dual-aircraft investigation of the inner core of Hurricane Norbert. Part II: Mesoscale distribution of ice particles. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 943-963.
  • Pfeffer R. L., Malakondayya C., 1992: The role of environmental asymmetries in Atlantic hurricane formation. J. Atmos. Sci., 49, 1051-1060.

JOURNAL OF THE METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN

  • Sakakibara T. H., Ishihara M., Matsuura K., Yamagisawa Z., 1992: A general view of the structure of Typhoon 8514 observed by dual doppler radar - from outer rainbands to eyewall clouds, J. Meteor. Soc. Japan, 70, 897-917.

METEOROLOGY AND ATMOSPHERIC PHYSICS

  • Krishnamurti T N., Bedi H. S., Yap K. S., Oosterhof D., Rohaly G. 1992: Recurvature dynamics of a typhoon. Meteor. Atmos. Phy. 50, 105-126.

METEOROLOGY AND HYDROLOGY (Russian)

  • Pokhil A. E., Polyakova I. V., 1992: A study into development and movement of tropical cyclones with an ocean-atmosphere model, Meteor. Hydro., 7, 15-29.
  • Vetrov V. A., Alekseenko V. A., 1992: The Typhoon Flo track in the field of surface water tension Meteor. Hydro., 7, 49-52.

MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW

  • Black M., Willoughby H. E., 1992: The concentric eyewall cycle of Hurricane Gilbert. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 947-957.
  • Franklin J. L., M. DeMaria, 1992: The impact of Omega dropwindsonde observation barotropic hurricane track forecast. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 381-391.
  • Ryan B. F., G. M. Barnes , E. J. Zipser, 1992: A wide rainband in a developing tropical cyclone. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 431-447.
  • Alliss R. J., Raman S., Chang S. W., 1992: Special sensor microwave/ imager (SSM/I) observations of Hurricane Hugo. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 2723-2737.
  • Pasch R. J., Avila L. A., 1992: Atlantic hurricane season of 1991. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 2671-2687.
  • Pasch R. J., Avila L. A., 1992: Atlantic tropical systems of 1991. Mon. Wea. Rev., 120, 2688-2696.
  • Rappaport E. N., M. Mayfield, 1992: Eastern North Pacific hurricane season of 1991. Mon. Wea. Rev. 120, 2697-2717.

NATURE

  • Bennett A., C. Hagelberg, 1992: Predicting hurricane tracks. Nature, 360, 423.

QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY

  • None

WEATHER AND FORECASTING

  • Velden C. S., C. M. Hayden, W. P. Menzel, J. L. Franklin, and J. S. Lynch, 1992: The impact of satellite-derived winds on numerical hurricane track forecasting. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 107-119.
  • Guard C. P., L. E. Carr, F. H. Wells, R. A. Jeffries, N. D. Gural, and D. K. Edson, 1992: Joint typhoon warning center and the challenges of multibasin tropical cyclone forecasting.Wea. Forecasting, 7, 328-352.
  • Gray W. M., C. W. Landsea, P. W. Mielke, Jr., K. J. Berry, 1992: Predicting Atlantic seasonal hurricane activity 6-11 months in advance. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 440-455.
  • Griffin J. S., R. W. Burpee, F. D. Marks, Jr., J. L. Franklin, 1992: Real-time airborne analysis of aircraft data supporting operational hurricane forecasting. Wea. Forecasting, 7, 480-490.

WEATHERWISE

  • Willams J., 1992: Tracking Andrew from ground zero. Weatherwise, 45, 8-11.
  • Avila L. A., R. J. Pasch , 1992: Atlantic Hurricane Bob hogs the headlines. Weatherwise, 45, 34-41.

Books published in 1992


  • None


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the files - TCpubs.1993, TCpubs.1994, TCpubs.1995, TCpubs.1996, TCpubs.1997 and TCpubs.1998 - in the subdirectory "papers" contain all known refereed publications concerning tropical cyclones that were in journals around the world with a print date for those years.

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