Hurricane research

Below is a selection of recent hurricane-related research published in AGU journals:

Stormquakes, Fan et al, Geophysical Research Letters

U.S. Hydrologic Design Standards Insufficient Due to Large Increases in Frequency of Rainfall Extremes, Wright et al, Geophysical Research Letters

Extreme Rainfall Associated With Hurricane Maria Over Puerto Rico and Its Connections to Climate Variability and Change, Keelings and Ayala, Geophysical Research Letters

Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential and the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Harvey in the Texas Bight, Potter et al, Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans

Potential Increase in Hazard From Mediterranean Hurricane Activity With Global Warming, Gonzalez-Aleman et al, Geophysical Research Letters

Estimation of the Tangential Winds and Asymmetric Structures in Typhoon Inner Core Region Using Himawari‐8, Tsukada and Horinouchi, Geophysical Research Letters

Extreme Weather, Chemical Facilities, and Vulnerable Communities in the U.S. Gulf Coast: A Disastrous Combination, Anenberg and Kalman, GeoHealth

Doubling of U.S. Population Exposure to Climate Extremes by 2050, Batibeniz et al., Earth’s Future 

Special collection: The Three Major Hurricanes of 2017: Harvey, Irma and Maria: This special issue in Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres includes original research related to the three major hurricanes that made landfall in the US in 2017: Harvey, Irma and Maria.