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Experimental Tropical Cyclone Surface Wind Field (Text)


Updated 18 April 2008

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  3. Methodology
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  5. Examples
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5. Examples

Gulf of Mexico and Eastern Atlantic Storm Surge Probabilities Example

Example 1. Hurricane Katrina


South Florida Storm Surge Probabilities Example

Example 2. Tropical Storm Ophelia


South Florida Storm Surge Probabilities Example

Example 3. Hurricane Dean

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