New Frontiers in Hurricane Research

New Frontiers in Hurricane Research

by Dorothy Rambola (Editor)


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This book provides information regarding novel frontiers in the field of hurricane research. It offers a wealth of advanced information, ideas and analysis on some of the essential unexplored horizons in hurricane research. Topics comprise of numeric forecasting systems for tropical cyclone advancement, practice of remote sensing methods for tropical cyclone development, parametric surface wind model for tropical cyclones, micrometeorological examination of wind as a hurricane travel across Houston (US), meteorological passage of many tropical cyclones as they pass through the South China Sea, simulation modeling of evacuations by motorized vehicles in Alabama, impact of high stream-flow events on nutrient flow in post-hurricane periods, inspection of medical needs; both physical and psychological; of children in a post-hurricane frame and lastly the influence of two hurricanes on Ireland. Herein, the hurricanes which have been discussed comprise of Katrina, Ike, Isidore, Humberto, Debbie and Charley and many others in the North Atlantic along with a large number of tropical cyclones in South China Sea.

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ISBN-13: 9781632394743
Publisher: ML Books International
Publication date: 03/25/2015
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

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