FY-2000 Publications
(October 1, 1999-September 30, 2000)
(names of HRD authors appear in capital letters)

[1] Atlas, D., C.W. Ulbrich, F.D. MARKS, R.A. BLACK, E. Amitai, P.T. WILLIS, and C.E. Samsury. Partitioning tropical oceanic convective and stratiform rains by draft strength. Journal of Geophysical Research, 105(D2):2259-2267 (2000).
[2] Bosart, L.F., C.S. Velden, W.E. Bracken, J. Molinari, and P.G. BLACK. Environmental influences on the rapid intensification of Hurricane Opal (1995) over the Gulf of Mexico. Monthly Weather Review, 128(2):322-352 (2000).
[3] CIONE, J.J., P.G. BLACK, and S.H. HOUSTON. Surface observations in the hurricane environment. Monthly Weather Review, 128(5):1550-1561 (2000).
[4] HOUSTON, S.H., W.A. Shaffer, M.D. POWELL, and J. Chen. Comparisons of HRD and SLOSH surface wind fields in hurricanes: Implications for storm surge modeling. Weather and Forecasting, 14(5):671-686 (1999).
[5] Jacob, S.D., L.K. Shay, A.J. Mariano, and P.G. BLACK. The 3D oceanic mixed layer response to Hurricane Gilbert. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 30(6):1407-1429 (2000).
[6] Katsaros, K.B., P. Vachon, P.G. BLACK, P.P. DODGE, and E.W. UHLHORN. Wind fields from SAR: Could they improve our understanding of storm dynamics? John Hopkins APL Technical Digest, 21(1):86-93 (2000).
[7] LANDSEA, C.W. Climate variability of tropical cyclones: Past, present, and future. In Storms (Volume 1), R.A. Peilke, Sr. and R.A. Peikle, Jr. (eds.). Routledge, New York (ISBN 041517239X), 220-241 (2000).
[8] LANDSEA, C.W., and J.A. Knaff. How much skill was there in forecasting the very strong 1997-1998 El NiÒo? Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 81(9):2107-2120 (2000).
[9] Lee, W.-C., and F.D. MARKS. Tropical cyclone kinematic structure retrieved from single Doppler radar observations, Part II: The GBVTD-simplex center finding algorithm. Monthly Weather Review, 128(6):1925-1936 (2000).
[10] Pielke, R.A., C.W. LANDSEA, R.T. Musulin, and M. Downton. Evaluation of catastrophe models using a normalized historical record: Why it is needed and how to do it. Journal of Risk and Insurance, 18:177-194 (1999).
[11] POWELL, M.D. Tropical cyclones during and after landfall. In Storms (Volume 1), R. Peilke, Sr. and R. Peikle, Jr. (eds.). Routledge, New York (ISBN 041517239X), 196-219 (2000).
[12] REASOR, P.D., M.T. Montgomery, F.D. MARKS, and J.C. GAMACHE. Low-wavenumber structure and evolution of the hurricane inner core observed by airborne dual-Doppler radar. Monthly Weather Review, 128(6):1653-1680 (2000).
[13] ROGERS, R.F., J.M. Fritsch, and W.C. Lambert. A simple technique for using radar data in the dynamic initialization of a mesoscale model. Monthly Weather Review, 128(7):2560-2574 (2000).
[14] Shay, L.K., G.J. GoÒi, and P.G. BLACK. Effects of a warm oceanic feature on Hurricane Opal. Monthly Weather Review, 128(5):1366-1383 (2000).