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The article can be found at http://uasmagazine.com/articles/1391/noaa-uses-uas-to-gather-information-for-hurricane-forecasting.
A number of HRD employees were honored at an awards ceremony at AOML earlier in December. Among the honorees: Jun Zhang earned a CIMAS Gold Medal for efforts to improve the surface layer and vertical-diffusion parameterization within the HWRF model to … Continue reading
The article can be found at http://www.outsideonline.com/2041421/five-government-drone-projects-waging-research-not-war.
In the early morning hours of October 24, 2005, Hurricane Wilma came ashore on Florida’s Gulf coast. The storm had set records and then ravaged the Yucatan Peninsula prior to this final landfall, but it still had plenty of power … Continue reading
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On September 27, 1985, Hurricane Gloria swept over the Outer Banks then rushed across Long Island, New England, and Canada. It was the first significant hurricane to hit New England in twenty-five years and brought heavy rains and high winds … Continue reading
Early on the morning of September 24, 2005, Major Hurricane Rita came ashore near the Texas/Louisiana border. In the midst of the very active 2005 hurricane season, Rita caused considerable panic as it approached the coast, with scenes of destruction … Continue reading
Early on the morning of August 29th, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the Louisiana delta region and the Mississippi coast. The storm surge brought enormous damage to the Gulf Coast and, when the levees around New Orleans failed, a … Continue reading
Dr. Kalina presented a seminar “Plowable hailstorms and hurricanes: Using novel observing platforms to improve forecasts of extreme weather events” ABSTRACT: New observing technologies, including dual-polarization radars, total lightning networks, and unmanned aircraft systems, are greatly enhancing our ability to … Continue reading