|Author||Anthony R. Lupo|
This book represents a compilation of recent cutting-edge research on tropical cyclones and their impacts from researchers at many institutions around the world. This book contains new looks at tropical cyclone dynamics, the use of satellite-based remote sensing in the detection and climatology of tropical cyclones, and the modeling and prediction of tropical cyclones as well as their associated impacts.
Today, tropical cyclones continue to bring destruction, as well as disruption, to societies that are exposed to their threat.
This book would make a nice addition to any course on tropical meteorology highlighting topics of interest in recent research on this topic.
1 Influence of Tropical Cyclones in the Western North Pacific
2 Diagnosing Tropical Cyclone Rapid Intensification Through Rotated Principal Component Analysis of Synoptic-Scale Diagnostic Fields
3 Evaluating the Progress of Atmospheric Research in Understanding the Mechanics Behind Tropical Cyclone-Induced Tornadogenesis
4 Upper Ocean Physical and Biological Response to Typhoon Cimaron (2006) in the South China Sea
5 Planetary‐Scale Low‐Level Circulation and the Unique Development of Hurricane Wilma in 2005
6 Mesoscale Convective Systems and Early Development of Tropical Cyclones
7 Satellite Remote Sensing of Tropical Cyclones
8 Satellite Climatology of Tropical Cyclone with Concentric Eyewalls
9 Progress in Tropical Cyclone Predictability and Present Status in the North Indian Ocean Region
10 An Operational Statistical Scheme for Tropical Cyclone-Induced Rainfall Forecast
11 Climate Risk Early Warning System for Island Nations: Tropical Cyclones