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Joe Cione and Frank Marks talk to Scientific American about flying through hurricanes and the data they collect
Read about it at https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/hurricane-matthew-monitors-fly-into-the-belly-of-the-beast/.
Read the article at http://qz.com/803994/a-lightweight-drone-is-investigating-hurricane-matthew-by-flying-into-the-eye-of-the-storm/.
You can read the article at http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-10-07/forecasters-can-see-hurricane-matthew-s-damage-before-it-happens.
Paper on the Coyote unmanned aircraft system in Hurricane Edouard published in Earth and Space Science
This was the first successful launch of an unmanned aircraft system into a mature hurricane from a Hurricane Hunter aircraft. This so-called Coyote is a 13-pound drone with a 5-foot wingspan that measures pressure, temperature, humidity, and wind speed and … Continue reading
HRD Debrief for missions into Tropical Storm Colin, Hurricane Earl, and Tropical Storm Javier – 18 August 2016
HRD researchers discussed the results from the 5 P-3, and 2 G-IV missions into Tropical Storm Colin (5-6 June 2016), Hurricane Earl (2-3 August 2016), and Tropical Storm Javier (8-9 August 2016). The agenda for the discussion was: Slides from … Continue reading
On Wednesday, 8 June 2016, Dr. Robert Rogers led a kick off meeting to discuss our flight experiments and modules that will be part of the 2016 hurricane field campaign. To review the proposed experiments go to the presentation at: … Continue reading
You can read the article at http://weartv.com/news/local/hurricane-hunters-visit-gulf-coast.
You can listen in at http://turnto10.com/weather/noaa-to-use-weather-drones-during-hurricane-season.
You can read the article at http://www.naplesnews.com/weather/hurricane/hurricane-technology-presented-as-way-to-pinpoint-storm-surge-for-early-warning-33b0c5a3-cfef-08ec-e-380898771.html.
AOML and HRD researchers at 32nd AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, San Juan, Puerto Rico – 10-14 April 2016
Twenty-three AOML and HRD scientists participated in the recent 32nd AMS Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology in San Juan, PR, as authors or co-authors on 36 presentations and 11 posters. Roughly 650 presentations (452 oral presentations in 70 sessions and … Continue reading