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Coch, N. K. and M. P. Wolff, 1990. Probable effects of a storm like Hurricane Hugo on Long Island, New York. Northeastern Environmental Science, 9:33-47.

DeMaria, M., M.B. Lawrence and J.T. Kroll, 1990. An error analysis of Atlantic tropical cyclone track guidance models. Weather and Forecasting, 5:3:47-61.

Department of Commerce, 1990: Hurricane Hugo September 10-22, 1989. Natural Disaster Survey Report. Silver Spring, MD: National Weather Service (May).

DOC, 1990. Hurricane Hugo September 10-22, 1989, Natural Disaster Survey Report, May. Washington, DC: Department of Commerce.

Dracup, J. A. and D. R. Kendall, 1990. "Floods and Droughts," pp. 243-267 in P. E. Waggoner, ed., Climate Change and U.S. Water Resources (John Wiley and Sons: New York).

Eagleman, J. R., 1990 (2nd edition). Severe and Unusual Weather. Lenexa, KS: Trimedia Publishing.

Frederick, K. D. and A. V. Kneese, 1990. "Reallocation by Markets and Prices," pp. 395-420 in P. E. Waggoner, ed., Climate Change and U.S. Water Resources (John Wiley and Sons: New York).

Glantz, M. H. and L. F. Tarleton, 1990. Mesoscale Research Initiative: Societal Aspects. Report of the Workshop held 10-11 December 1990. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

Golden, J. H., 1990. Meteorological data from Hurricane Hugo. Proceedings of the 22nd Joint UJNR Panel Meetings -- Winds and Seismic Effects (May 14-18). Gaithesburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Gray, W. M., 1990. Strong association between West African rainfall and U.S. landfall of intense hurricanes. Science, 249:1251-1256.

Palm, R.I. 1990. Natural Hazards: An Integrative Framework for Research and Planning (Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, MD).

Pielke, R. A., 1990. The Hurricane. London: Routledge Press.

Schneider, S. K. 1990. "FEMA, Federalism, Hugo, and Frisco," Publius: The Journal of Federalism 20:97-115.

Seabrook, C., 1990. Hugo's lessons: Gone with the wind. Atlanta Constitution, April 17, p. B6.

Sheets, R., 1990: The National Hurricane Center -- Past, Present, and Future. Weather and Forecasting, 5:185-231.

Smith, D. T. and D. B. Reed 1990. 1990. A Centennial Survey of American Floods: Fifteen Significant Events in the United States, 1890-1990, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Technical Memorandum NWS SR-133, October.

Waggoner, P. E., ed., 1990. Climate Change and U.S. Water Resources (John Wiley and Sons: New York).

Wolensky, R. P. and K. C. Wolensky, 1990. Local government's problem with disaster management: A literature review and structural analysis. Policy Studies Review, 9:703-725.


Camerer, C. F. and H. Kunreuther, 1989. "Decision Processes for Low Probability Events," Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 8:565-592.

Caplan, P.M. and G.H. White, 1989: Performance of the National Meteorological Center's medium-range model. Weather and Forecasting, 4, 391-400.

NRC (National Research Council), 1989. Opportunities to Improve Marine Forecasting. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

UNEP (United Nations Environment Programme) 1989. Criteria for Assessing Vulnerability to Sea-Level Rise: A Global Inventory to High Risk Areas. Nairobi: UNEP.


Covey, C. 1988. Cabeza de Vaca's Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America (University of New Mexico Press: Albuquerque, NM).

Epstein, E.S., 1988: Long-range weather prediction: limits of predictability and beyond. Weather and Forecasting, 3: 69-75.

NRC, 1988. Opportunities to Improve Marine Forecasting. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Sorenenson, J. H. and D. S. Mileti, 1988. "Warning and Evacuation: Answering Some Basic Questions, " Industrial Case Quarterly 5:(1):33-61.

Stewart, T.R., 1988: Judgment analysis: Procedures. In , B. Brehmer and C.R.B. Joyce (Eds.), Human Judgment: The Social Judgment Theory View, 41-74. Amsterdam: North-Holland.

Vincelli, P.C. and J.W. Lorbeer, 1988: Relationship of precipitation probability to infection potential of Botrytis squamosa on onion. Phytopathology, 78: 1978-2082.


Cigler, B. A., B. Stiftel, and R. J. Burby, 1987. "Rural community responses to a national mandate: an assessment of floodplain land-use management," Publius: the Journal of Federalism 17:113-130.

Gibbs, W. J. 1987. "Defining Climate," WMO Bulletin, 36:290-296.

Ho, F. P., J. C. Su, K. L. Hanevich, R. J. Smith and F. P. Richards, 1987. Hurricane Climatology for the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of the United States. NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS-38 (April). Silver Springs, MD: NWS.

Katz, R.W. and A.H. Murphy, 1987: Quality/value relationship for imperfect information in the umbrella problem. The American Statistician, 41, 187-189.

Merrill, R. T., 1987. An experiment in statistical prediction of tropical cyclone intensity change. NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS NHC-34. Coral Gables, FL: NHC.

Neumann, C. J., B. R. Jarvinen and A. C. Pike, 1987 (3rd revision). Tropical Cyclones of the North Atlantic Ocean, 1871-1986. NOAA Historical Climatology Series 6-2. Asheville, NC: NCDC.

Salmon, J. and D. Henningson, 1987: Prior Planning for Post-hurricane Reconstruction. Report Number 88 (January), Florida Sea Grant College Program, Gainesville, FL: University of Florida.


AMS (American Meteorological Society), 1986. Is the United States headed for hurricane disaster? A statement of concern. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 67:537-538.

Drabek, T. 1986. Human System Responses to Disaster (Springer-Verlag: New York).

Easterling, W.E., 1986: Subscribers to the NOAA Monthly and Seasonal Weather Outlook. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 67,492-410.

FIFMTF 1986. A Unified National Program for Floodplain Management, Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Georgakakos, K. P. 1986. "On the design of national, real-time warning systems with capability for site-specific, flash-flood forecasts," Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 67:1233-1239.

Glantz, M. H., 1986. Politics, forecasts, and forecasting: Forecasts are the answer, but what was the question? In R. Krasnow (ed.), Policy Aspects of Climate Forecasting. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.

ITFFM (Interagency Task Force on Floodplain Management), 1986. A Unified National Program for Floodplain Management (FEMA: Washington, DC).

Krasnow R. ed., 1986: Policy Aspects of Climate Forecasting. Washington, DC, Resources for the Future, RFF Proceedings, March 4.

Stern, P. C., 1986. Blind spots in policy analysis: What economics doesn't say about energy use. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 5:200-227.

Wilks, D.S. and A.H. Murphy, 1986: A decision-analytic study of the joint value of seasonal precipitation and temperature forecasts in a choice-of-crop problem. Atmosphere-Ocean, 24: 353-368.

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