FY-1999 Publications
(October 1, 1998-September 30, 1999)
(names of HRD authors appear in capital letters)

[1] ABERSON, S.D., and J.L. FRANKLIN. Impact on hurricane track and intensity forecasts of GPS dropwindsonde observations from the first-season flights of the NOAA Gulfstream-IV jet aircraft. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(3):421-428 (1999).
[2] Atlas, D., C.W. Ulbrich, F.D. MARKS, E. Amitai, and C.R. Williams. Systematic variation of drop size and radar-rainfall relations. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(D6):6155-6169 (1999).
[3] BLACK, R.A., and J. Hallett. Electrification of the hurricane. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 56(12):2004-2028 (1999).
[4] Bove, M.C., J.J. OBrien, J.B. Elsner, C.W. LANDSEA, and X. Niu. Effect of El NiÒo on U.S. landfalling hurricanes, revisited. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 79(11):2477-2482 (1998).
[5] DeMaria, M., and J. KAPLAN. An updated Statistical Hurricane Intensity Prediction Scheme (SHIPS) for the Atlantic and eastern North Pacific basins. Weather and Forecasting, 14(3):326-337 (1999).
[6] DODGE, P.P., R.W. Burpee, and F.D. MARKS. The kinematic structure of a hurricane with sea-level pressure less than 900 mb. Monthly Weather Review, 127(6):987-1004 (1999).
[7] Donnelly, W.J., J.R. Carswell, R.E. McIntosh, P.S. Chang, J.C. Wilkerson, F.D. MARKS, and P.G. BLACK. Revised ocean backscatter models at C and Ku-band under high wind conditions. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(C5):11,485-11,498 (1999).
[8] Ellsberry, R.L., and F.D. MARKS. The Hurricane Landfall Workshop summary. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(4):683-685 (1999).
[9] Hasler, A.F., K. Palaniappan, C. Kambhammetu, P.G. BLACK, E.W. UHLHORN, and D. Chesters. High-resolution wind fields within the inner core and eye of a mature tropical cyclone from GOES 1-min images. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 79(11):2483-2496 (1998).
[10] Hock, T.F., and J.L. FRANKLIN. The NCAR GPS dropwindsonde. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(3):407-420 (1999).
[11] JONES, R.W., and M. DeMaria. Further studies of the optimization of a hurricane track prediction model using the adjoint equations. Monthly Weather Review, 127(7):1586-1598 (1999).
[12] LANDSEA, C.W., R.A. Pielke, A.M. Mestas-NuÒez, and J.A. Knaff. Atlantic basin hurricanes: Indices of climatic changes. Climatic Change, 42:89-129 (1999).
[13] Pielke, R.A., and C.W. LANDSEA. La NiÒa, El NiÒo, and Atlantic hurricane damages in the United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(10):2027-2034 (1999).
[14] POWELL, M.D., and S.H. HOUSTON. Comments on ìA multiscale numerical study of Hurricane Andrew (1992). Part I: Explicit simulation and verification. Monthly Weather Review, 127(7):1706-1710 (1999).
[15] POWELL, M.D., S.H. HOUSTON, L.R. AMAT, and N. MORISSEAU-LEROY. The HRD real-time hurricane wind analysis system. Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 77&78:53-64 (1998).
[16] Shapiro, L.J., and J.L. FRANKLIN. Potential vorticity asymmetries and tropical cyclone motion. Monthly Weather Review, 127(1):124-131 (1999).
[17] WILLOUGHBY, H.E. Tropical cyclone eye thermodynamics. Monthly Weather Review, 126(12):3053-3067 (1998).