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MDL SLOSH-Related Documentation by Year and Author


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2018


(*) Ertell K., B. Bolinksi, and R. Moulton, 2018:  Quantifying dynamic storm surge forecasts for emergency management decision makers during Hurricane Irma.  Bulletin of the Amer. Meteor. Soc. (BAMS), May 2018, pp 875-878.


Gonzalez, T. D., and A. A. Taylor, 2018:  Development of the NWS' Probabilistic Tropical Storm Surge ModelPoster, 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Ponte Vedra, FL, April 2018.


Liu, H., A. Taylor, 2018:  Development of the NWS’ Probabilistic Extra-Tropical Storm Surge Model and Post Processing Methodology.  Preprints, 16th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 98th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Austin, TX, 1.2.


Liu, H., A. Taylor, 2018:  Improving Tidal Simulations in the NWS’ Extra-Tropical Storm Surge Model along the Coasts of Alaska and the Gulf of Mexico. Recorded Presentation, 16th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 98th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Austin TX, 3.2.


2016


Pat Fitzpatrick; Jason Fleming; Rick Luettich; and Arthur Taylor (Instructors), 2016:  AMS Short Course on Coastal Surge and Inundation Modeling.  96th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.


Nadao Kohno (Japan); Dickson Lau (Hong Kong, China); and Arthur Taylor (US) (Instructors), 2016:  World Meteorological Organization’s Typhoon Committee’s Roving Seminar on Storm Surge.  Hanoi, Vietnam.


Liu, H., A. Taylor, 2016:  Probabilistic Extra-Tropical Storm Surge GuidancePoster, Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, LA, #P014B-2765.


Liu, H., A. Taylor and C. Belton, 2016:  Creating Storm Tide Inundation Guidance and Bridging the Bering Strait with NWS’ ETSS Model.  Preprints, 14th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 96th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 4.4, 8 pp.


Taylor, A., and A Van der Westhuysen, 2016:  Improvements in NWS’s Tropical Storm Surge Guidance since Hurricane KatrinaRecorded Presentation, Special Symposium on Hurricane Katrina: Progress in Leveraging Science, Enhancing Response and Improving Resilience, 96th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, J9.5.


2015


Gonzalez, T., and A. Taylor, 2015:  Probabilistic Storm Surge (P-Surge) in 2015 and BeyondPoster, SOO-DOH National Meeting, College Park, MD, September 15, 2015, #35.


Liu, H., A. Taylor, and C. Belton, 2015:  NWS's Extra-Tropical Storm Surge (ETSS) - Developing Coastal Inundation Guidance for Extra-Tropical Storm Surge WarningsPoster, SOO-DOH National Meeting, College Park, MD, September 15, 2015, #36.


Liu, H., A. Taylor, and R. Schuster, 2015:  Creating Inundation Guidance from NWS's Extra-Tropical Storm Surge Model.  Preprints, 13th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 95th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 3.2, 7 pp.


Schuster R., and A. Taylor, 2015:  Overhaul of MDL's Extratropical Storm Surge Post-Processing and Web Dissemination.  Preprints, 13th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 95th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, J12.5, 6 pp.


Taylor, A., H. Liu, and R. Schuster, 2015:  Finer Wind Field Resolution for NWS's Extra-Tropical Storm Surge Model.  Preprints, 13th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 95th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 3.1, 6 pp.


Yang, D., and A. Taylor, 2015:  Case Study: SLOSH Using Gridded Wind Fields for Hurricans Irene-2011 and Sandy-2012.  Preprints, 13th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 95th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 6.1, 9 pp.


2014


Forbes, C., J. Rhome, C. Mattocks, and A. Taylor, 2014:  Predicting the Storm Surge Threat of Hurricane Sandy with the National Weather Service SLOSH Model.  J. Mar. Sci. Eng. 2014, 2, 437-476.


Fritz (Haase), A. T., A. A. Taylor, J. Wang, and J. C. Feyen, 2014:  Tidal Improvements to the SLOSH ModelRecorded Presentation, 12th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 94th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA., 4.1


Taylor, A. A., A. Myckow (Kramer), and A. Fritz (Haase), 2014:  Recent Developments in Probabilistic Hurricane Storm SurgeRecorded Presentation, 12th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 94th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA., 4.2


Westhuysen, A. J. A. A. Taylor, R. Padilla-Hernandez, A. Gibbs, P. Santos, D. Gaer, H. D. Cobb III, J. R. Lewisky, and J. R. Rhome, 2014:  Enhancements to the Nearshore Wave Prediction System to provide Coastal and Overland Hurricane Wave Guidance.  Preprints, 12th Symposium on the Coastal Environment, 94th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA., 3.1


2013


Kerr, P. C., A. S. Donahue, J. J. Westerink, R. A. Luettich Jr., L. Y. Zheng, R. H. Weisberg, Y. Huang, H. V. Wang, Y. Teng, D. R. Forrest, A. Roland, A. T. Haase, A. W. Kramer, A. A. Taylor, J. R. Rhome, J. C. Feyen, R. P. Signell, J. L. Hanson, M. E. Hope, R. M. Estes, R. A. Dominguez, R. P. Dunbar, L. N. Semeraro, H. J. Westerink, A. B. Kennedy, J. M. Smith, M. D. Powell, V. J. Cardone, and A. T. Cox, 2013:  U.S. IOOS coastal and ocean modeling testbed: Inter-model evaluation of tides, waves, and hurricane surge in the Gulf of Mexico  Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, Vol. 118, 5129-5172.


(*) Liu, H., K. Zhang, Y. Li, and L. Xie, 2013:  Numerical study of the sensitivity of mangroves in reducing storm surge and flooding to hurricane characteristics in southern Florida.  Continental Shelf Research, Vol. 64, August 1, 2013, pp 51-65.


Taylor, A., A. Myckow, A. Haase, J. Wang, and J. C. Feyen, 2013:  Recent Developments in Probabilistic Hurricane Storm SurgePower Point Slides, 13th Int. Conf. on Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, San Diego, CA, November 4-7, 2013.


(*) Zhang, K., Y. Li, H. Liu, J. Rhome, and C. Forbes, 2013:  Transition of the Coastal and Estuarine Storm Tide Model to an Operational Storm Surge Forecast Model: A Case Study of the Florida Coast.  Weather and Forecasting, August 2013, 1019-1037.


2012


(*) Zhang, K., Y. Li, H. Liu, H. Xu, and J. Shen, 2012:  Comparison of three methods for estimating the sea level rise effect on storm surge flooding.  Climate Change, May 2012, pp 487-500.


(*) Zhang, K., H. Liu, Y. Li, H. Xu, J. Shen, J. Rhome, and T. J. Smith:  The role of mangroves in attenuating storm surges.  Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, Vol. 102-103, May 1, 2012, pp 11-23.


2011


Di Liberto, T., B. A. Colle, N. Georgas, A. F. Blumberg and A. A. Taylor, 2011:  Verification of a Multimodel Storm Surge Ensemble around New York City and Long Island for the Cool Season.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 26, 922-939.


Funakoshi, Y., J. Feyen, F. Aikman, H. Tolman, A. Westhuysen, A. Chawla, I. Rivin, and A. Taylor, 2011: Development of an Extratropical Surge and Tide Operational Forecast System (ESTOFS)Final Draft, Proc. 12th Int. Conf. on Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, St. Augustine, FL, November 7-9, 2011; American Society of Civil Engineers, 201-212 pp.


Haase, A. T., J. Wang, A. A. Taylor, and J. C. Feyen, 2011: Coupling of tides and storm surge for operational modeling on the Florida coastFinal Draft, Proc. 12th Int. Conf. on Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, St. Augustine, FL, November 7-9, 2011; American Society of Civil Engineers, 230-238 pp.


Taylor, A., and C. Forbes, 2011:  Implementation of a hybrid Laplacian filter in SLOSH to suppress numberical grid splittingFinal Draft, Proc. 12th Int. Conf. on Estuarine and Coastal Modeling, St. Augustine, FL, November 7-9, 2011; American Society of Civil Engineers, 348-358 pp.


2010


Conver, A., J. Sepanik, B. Louangsaysongkham, and S. Miller, 2010:  Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes (SLOSH) basin development handbook v2.2.  NOAA/NWS/Meteorological Development Laboratory, 76 pp.


(*) Davis, J. R., Paramygin, V. A., Forrest, D., and Sheng, Y. P., 2010:  Toward the probabilistic simulation of storm surge and inundation in a limited-resource environment.  Mon. Weather Rev., 138(7):2953–2974.


(*) Lin, N., K. A. Emanuel, J. A. Smith, and E. Vanmarcke, 2010:  Risk assessment of hurricane storm surge for New York CityJ. Geophys. Res., Volume 115, D18121, 1-11.


Plant, N. G., H. F. Stockdon, A. H. Sallenger Jr., M. J. Turco, J. W. East, A. A. Taylor, and W. A. Shaffer, 2010:  Forecasting Hurricane Impact on Coastal Topography.  EOS, Volume 91, Number 7, 65-72.


Rios-Berrios, R., and A. A. Taylor, 2010:  Improving the Skill of the National Weather Service's Extratropical Total Water Level Forecast SystemPoster, 9th Annual Student Conference, 90th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, S58.


2009


Glahn, B., A. Taylor, N. Kurkowski, and W. A. Shaffer, 2009:  The Role of the SLOSH Model in National Weather Service Storm Surge Forecasting.  National Weather Digest, Volume 33, Number 1, 3-14.


Wright, C. W., E. J. Walsh, W. B. Krabill, W. A. Shaffer, S. R. Baig, M. Peng, L. J. Pietrafesa, A. W. Garcia, F. D. Marks Jr., P. G. Black, J. Sonntag, and B. D. Beckley, 2009:  Measuring Storm Surge with an Airborne Wide-Swath Radar Altimeter.  Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Volume 26, 2200-2215.


2008


Taylor, A., and Glahn, B., 2008:  Probabilistic Guidance for Hurricane Storm Surge.  Preprints, 19th Conference on Probability and Statistics, 88th Amer. Meteor. Soc. Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, 7.4., 8 pp.


(*) Zhang K., C. Xiao, and J. Shen, 2008:  Comparison of the CEST and SLOSH Models for Storm Surge Flooding.  Journal of Coastal Research, pp 489-499.


2007


Phan, L. T., E. Simiu, M. A. McInerney, A. A. Taylor, B. Glahn, and M. D. Powell, 2007:  Methodology for Development of Design Criteria for Joint Hurricane Wind Speed and Storm Surge Events: Proof of Concept.  NIST Technical Note 1482, U. S. Department of Commerce, 45 pp.


2004


Wu, C. S., A. A. Taylor, J. Chen, and W. A. Shaffer, 2004:  Wave Induced Surges During Hurricane Opal.  Preprints, 8th International Workshop on Wave Forecasting.


2003


Wu, C. S., A. A. Taylor, J. Chen, and W. A. Shaffer, 2003:  Tropical Cyclone Forcing of Ocean Surface Waves.  Preprints, Fifth Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction and Processes, Amer. Meteor. Soc., August 6-8, 2003, Seattle, WA, Sec. 3.5.


2001


Wu, C. S., 2001:  Tropical cyclone waves in the ocean.  Preprints, International Conference on Port and Maritime Research and Development Technology, Singapore, International Maritime Organization.


Wu, C. S., and A. A. Taylor, 2001:  Wave forecasting in the coastal marine zone.  Preprints, Fourth International Symposium on Ocean Waves (WAVES 2001), San Francisco, CA, American Society of Civil Engineers (ONR).


1999


Chen, J., W. A. Shaffer, 1999:  Evaluation of Surge Forecasts from the NWS's Extratropical Storm Surge Model.  Preprints, 3rd Conference on Coastal and Oceanic Predictions and Process, New Orleans, LA, Amer. Meteor. Soc.


Houston, S. H., W. A. Shaffer, M. D. Powell, and J. Chen, 1999:  Comparisons of HRD and SLOSH Surface Wind Fields in Hurricanes: Implications for Storm Surge Modeling.  Wea. and Forecasting, Vol. 14, 671-686.


Kim, S. C. and J. Chen, 1999:  Bottom Stress of Wind-Driven Currents Over an Inner Shelf Determined from a Depth-Integrated Storm Surge Model.  J. Coastal Res., 766-773.


1998


Blier, W., S. Keefe, W. A. Shaffer, and S. C. Kim, 1998:  Observational and Numerical Moeling Investigations of Three Bering Sea Storms and Their Associated Storm Surges in the Region of Nome, Alaska.  Conference on Coastal and Oceanic and Atmospherice Prediction, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Atlanta, GA.
Blier, W., S. Keefe, W. A. Shaffer, and S. C. Kim, 1996:  Observational and numerical modeling investigations of three Bering Sea storms and their associated storm surges in the region of Nome, Alaska.  Preprints, Conference on Coastal Oceanic and Atmospheric Prediction, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Atlanta, GA, 273-280.


Kim, S. C., J. Chen, K. Park, and J. K. Choi, 1998:  Coastal surges from extratropical storms on the west coast of the Korean Peninsula.  Journal of Coastal Research, 14(2), 660-666.


1997


Blier, W., S. Keefe, W. A. Shaffer, and S. C. Kim, 1997:  Storm Surges in the Region of Western Alaska.  Mon. Wea. Rev., Vol. 125, No. 12, 3094-3108.


Burroughs, L. B., and J. P. Dallavalle, 1997:  href="http://www.weather.gov/om/tpb/434.htm :: Great Lakes storm surge guidance.  NWS Technical Procedures Bulletin No. 434, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.


Burroughs, L. B., 1997: href="http://www.weather.gov/om/tpb/433.htm :: Great Lakes wind and wave guidance.  NWS Technical Procedures Bulletin No. 433, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.


Burroughs, L. B., W. A. Shaffer, 1997:  href="http://www.weather.gov/om/tpb/436.htm :: East coast extratropical storm surge and beach erosion.  NWS Technical Procedures Bulletin No. 436, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.


1996


Blier, W., S. Keefe, W. A. Shaffer, and S. C. Kim, 1996:  Observational and numerical modeling investigations of three Bering Sea storms and their associated storm surges in the region of Nome, Alaska.  See 1998.

Houston, S. H., W. A. Shaffer, M. D. Powell, and J. Chen, 1996:  Incorporating HRD surface wind fields into the SLOSH model.  Preprints, Conference on Coastal Oceanic and Atmospheric Prediction, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Atlanta, GA, 265-267.


Kim, S. C., J. Chen, and W. A. Shaffer, 1996:  An operational Forecast Model for Extratropical Storm Surges along the U.S. East Coast.  Preprints, Conference on Coastal Oceanic and Atmospheric Prediction, Amer. Meteor. Soc., Atlanta, GA, 281-286.


1995


Houston, S. H., W. A. Shaffer, M. D. Powell, and J. Chen, 1995:  Comparisons of SLOSH parametric and HRD analyzed surface wind fields in recent hurricanes.  Preprints, 21st Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Miami, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 619-621.


1993


Chen, J., 1993:  On the operational storm surge model in the United States.  Proceedings Conference on Marine Meteorology, Taipei, Taiwan Central Weather Bureau, 21-32.


Chen, J., W. A. Shaffer, and S. C. Kim, 1993:  A forecast model for extratropical storm surge.  Advances in Hydro-Science and Engineering.  Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, University of Mississippi, 1437-1444.


1992


(*) Doland, R., and R. E. Davis, 1992:  Rating NortheastersMar. Wea. Log., Winter 1992, National Oceanographic Data Center, National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 4-11.


Jelesnianski, C. P., J. Chen, and W. A. Shaffer, 1992:  SLOSH: Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges from Hurricanes.  NOAA Technical Report, NWS 48, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U. S. Department of Commerce, 71 pp.


1989


Shaffer, W. A., C. P. Jelesnianski, and J. Chen, 1989:  Hurricane Storm Surge Forecasting.  Preprints, 11th Conference on Probability and Statistics in Atmospheric Sciences, Monterey, Amer. Meteor. Soc., J53-J58.
Shaffer, W. A., C. P. Jelesnianski, and J. Chen, 1986:  Hurricane storm surge forecasting.  Preprints, Oceans 86, Washington, D.C., Marine Tech. Soc. and IEEE/Oceanic Eng. Soc., 1379-1385.


1986


Shaffer, W. A., C. P. Jelesnianski, and J. Chen, 1986:  Hurricane storm surge forecasting.  See 1989.

1985


(*) Jarvinen, B. R., and M. B. Lawrence, 1985:  An evaluation of the SLOSH storm-surge modelBull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 66 (11), 1408-1411.


1984


Hess, K. W., 1984:  Models of gulf stream behavior: A literature survey.  TDL Office Note 84-12, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 15 pp.


Hess, K. W., 1984:  Assessment techniques for coastal hazards.  Proceedings of the Geologic and Hydrologic Hazards Training Program, Denver, Agency for International Development, and U.S. Geological Survey, 812-832.


Jelesnianski, C. P., J. Chen, W. A. Shaffer, and A. J. Gilad, 1984:  SLOSH--A hurricane storm surge forecast model.  Preprints, Oceans 84, Washington, D.C., Marine Tech. Soc. and IEEE/Oceanic Eng. Soc., 314-317.


Richardson, W. S., and C. S. Gilman, 1984:  Improved automated extra tropical storm surge forecast guidance for East Coast cities.  Natl. Wea. Digest, 9, No.2, 11-17.


Richardson, W. S., and H. P. Perrotti, 1984:  Computer worded high seas forecasts.  TDL Office Note 84-13, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 18 pp.


1983


Pore, N. A., 1983:  Experimental automated wave forecasts for the Chesapeake Bay and lower Potomac River.  TDL Office Note 83-2, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 11 pp.
Pore, N. A., 1983:  Experimental automated wave forecasts for the Chesapeake Bay and lower Potomac River.  Natl. Wea. Digest, 8, No.4, 47-54.


Richardson, W. S., 1983:  Statistical wave forecast equations for a deepwater buoy location off the Washington-Oregon coast.  TDL Office Note 83-1, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 14 pp.


Richardson, W. S., and D. C. Marsico, 1983:  A method for estimating waves at a nearshore buoy location off the Delaware-New Jersey coast.  TDL Office Note 83-4, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 11 pp.


Richardson, W. S., and C. S. Gilman, 1983:  Improved 6-, 12-, 18-, and 24-h extratropical storm surge forecast guidance for Boston, Mass.; New York, N.Y.; Norfolk, Va.; and Charleston, S.C.  TDL Office Note 83-8, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 26 pp.


Richardson, W. S., and C. S. Gilman, 1983:  Improved 6-, 12-, 18-, and 24-h extratropical storm surge forecast guidance for Willets Point, N.Y.  TDL Office Note 83-17, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 13 pp.


1982


Richardson, W. S., N. A. Pore, and D. M. Feit, 1982:  A tide climatology for Boston, Massachusetts.  NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS TDL-71, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 67 pp.


1981


Pore, N. A., and B. G. Smith, 1981:  Chesapeake Bay wave forecasts.  TDL Office Note 81-4, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 19 pp.


1980


Pore, N. A., 1980:  Verification of ocean wave forecasts by the singular and spectral methods.  TDL Office Note 80-6, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 4 pp.


Pore, N. A., and S. F. Brown, 1980:  Improvement in the National Weather Service's North Atlantic wave forecasts. Natl. Wea. Digest, 5, 39-42.
Pore, N. A., and S. F. Brown, 1980: Improvement in the National Weather Service's North Atlantic wind and wave forecasts. Preprints, Second Conference on Coastal Meteorology, Los Angeles, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 54-57.


Richardson, W. S., and C. L. Boggio, 1980:  A new extratropical storm surge forecast equation for Charleston, South Carolina.  TDL Office Note 80-7, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 10 pp.


Richardson, W. S., 1980:  Improved beach erosion forecasts for the U.S. East Coast.  TDL Office Note 80-1, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 13 pp.


1979


Jelesnianski, C. P., 1979:  Tropical storm surge forecasting in the National Weather Service.  Preprints, Improved Hydrologic Forecasting Why and How Meeting. Pacific Grove, Amer. Soc. of Civil Eng. and Amer. Meteor. Soc., 65-75.


Morrill, R. A., E. H. Chin., and W. S. Richardson, 1979:  Maine coastal storm and flood of February 2, 1976.  Geological Survey Professional Paper No. 1087, Geological Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce, 20 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1979:  Automated wave forecasting for the Great Lakes.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 107, 1275-1286.


Richardson, W. S., 1979:  Extratropical storm surge forecast guidance for Ocean City, Md.  TDL Office Note 79-5, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 6 pp.


Richardson, W. S., D. A. Andrews, and F. A. Rosentein, 1979:  Verification of Automated East Coast Extratropical Storm Surge Forecasts.  TDL Office Note 79-18, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 33 pp.


Richardson, W. S. and D. J. Schawb, 1979:  Comparison and Verification of Dynamical and Statistical Lake Erie Storm Surge Forecasts.  Technical Memorandum 69 (TDL-69), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 28 pp.


1978


(*) Das, P. K., 1978:  Present techniques of tropical storm surge predictionSecretariat of the World Meteorological Organization, 87p (NOAA Library ISBN: 9263105006).


Richardson, W. S., 1978:  Extratropical storm-related beach erosion.  Mariners Wea. Log, 22, 149-153.


Richardson, W. S., 1978:  Forecasting extratropical storm-related beach erosion along the U. S. east coast. TDL Office Note 78-13, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 29 pp.


1977


Pore, N. A., 1977:  Automated Great Lakes Wave Forecasts.  Technical Memorandum 63 (TDL-63), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 20 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1977:  Storm hazards.  Coastal Ecosystem Management.  John Wiley and Sons, 720-723.


Pore, N. A., and P. S. DeLeonibus, 1977: An aid for reducing wind speeds over water to a standard level.  TDL Office Note 77-10, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 5 pp.


1976


Jelesnianski, C. P., 1976:  A Sheared Coordinate System For Storm Surge Equations of Motion with a Mildly Curved Coast.  Technical Memorandum 61 (TDL-61), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 66 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1976:  Automated forecasting of extratropical storm surges.  Preprints, Fifteenth Coastal Engineering Conference, Honolulu, Amer. Soc. of Civil Eng., Vol. 1, 906-920.


Pore, N. A., 1976:  Operational marine environmental prediction programs of the Techniques Development Laboratory.  TDL Office Note 76-10, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 22 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1976:  Low water-storm of April 3-4, 1975.  Mariners Weather Log, 20, 6-8.


Pore, N. A., and C. S. Barrientos, 1976:  Storm Surge.  MESA New York Bight Atlas Monograph 6, New York Sea Grant Institute, Albany, New York, 44 pp.


1975


Jelesnianski, C. P., and C. S. Barrientos, 1975:  A Preliminary View of Storm Surges Before and after Storm Modifications for Alongshore-Moving Storms.  Technical Memorandum 58 (TDL-58), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 16 pp.


Pore, N. A., H. P. Perotti, and W. S. Richardson, 1975:  Climatology of Lake Erie Storm Surges at Buffalo and Toledo.  Technical Memorandum 54 (TDL-54), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 27 pp.


Richardson, W. S., 1975:  Evaluation of computer-produced Lake Erie storm surge forecasts from September 1, 1974 through April 30, 1975.  TDL Office Note 75-6, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 18 pp.


1974


Barrientos, C. S., 1974:  SPLASH--A numerical model for forecasting hurricane storm surges.  Fourteenth Report on Research Work in Tropical Meteorology, World Meteor. Org., 3 pp.


Barrientos, C. S., and C. P. Jelesnianski, 1974:  Some numerical experiments of the effects of hurricane modification on storm surges. Proceedings of the WHO Technical Conference, Manila, World Meteor. Org., 31-36.


Barrientos, C. S., and J. Chen, 1974:  Storm surge shoaling corrections along the east coast.  Study for the Federal Insurance Administration, Interagency Agreement IAA-H-19-75, Techniques Development Laboratory, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 16 pp.


Barrientos, C. S., C. P. Jelesnianski, and A. D. Taylor, 1974:  Users' guide for the SPLASH program.  Prepared for the National Technical Information Service, Techniques Development Laboratory, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 19 pp.


Jelesnianski, C. P., 1974:  SPLASH (Special Program to List Amplitudes of Surges From Hurricanes: Part Two. General Track and Variant Storm Conditions.  Technical Memorandum 52 (TDL-52), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 55 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1974:  A forecast aid for extratropical storm surges at Washington, North Carolina.  TDL Office Note 74-9, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 12 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1974:  A forecast aid for extratropical storm surge at Minnesott Beach, North Carolina.  TDL Office Note 74-5, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 11 pp.


Pore, N. A., W. S. Richardson, and H. P. Perrotti, 1974:  Forecasting Extratropical Storm Surges the Northeast Coast of the United States.  Technical Memorandum 50 (TDL-50), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 70 pp.


Richardson, W. S., 1974:  Evaluation of computer-produced Lake Erie storm surge forecasts from September 1, 1973 through April 30, 1974.  TDL Office Note 74-10, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 8 pp.


1973


Barrientos, C. S., and C. P. Jelesnianski, 1973:  Storm surge shoaling corrections along the Gulf Coast.  Study for Federal Insurance Administration, Interagency Agreement lAA-H-5-73, Techniques Development Laboratory, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 26 pp.


Jelesnianski, C. P., and A. D. Taylor, 1973:  A preliminary view of storm surges, before and after storm modifications.  NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL WMPO-3, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 33 pp.


Jelesnianski, C. P., and C. S. Barrientos, 1973:  Flood insurance study: Storm surge model for Puerto Rico.  Study for Federal Insurance Administration, Interagency Agreement IAA-H-5-73, Techniques Development Laboratory, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 16 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1973:  Marine conditions and automated forecasts for the Atlantic coastal storm of February 18-20, 1972.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 101, 363-370.


Pore, N. A., 1973:  Automated forecasting of extratropical storm surges for the northeast coast of the United States.  Proceedings Fifth Annual Offshore Technology Conference, Dallas, Amer. Inst. Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Eng. 83-96.


Richardson, W. S., 1973:  Application of modified Lake Erie storm surge program to 1972-1973 surge cases.  TDL Office Note 73-2, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 7 pp.


1972


Jelesnianski, C. P., 1972:  SPLASH (Special Program to List Amplitudes of Surges From Hurricanes): 1 Landfall Storms.  NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS TDL-46, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 52 pp.


1971


Harrison, W., P. A. Bullock, and N. A. Pore, 1971:  Forecasting storm-induced beach changes along Virginia's ocean coast.  Final Report prepared for Coastal Engineering Research Center, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Con¬tract No. DACW 72-69-C-003l, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, 110 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1971:  Low water--A navigational hazard.  Mariner's Weather Log, 15, 125-127.


Pore, N. A., J. M. McClelland, C. S. Barrientos, and W. E. Kennedy, 1971:  Wave Climatology for the Great Lakes.  Technical Memorandum 40 (TDL-40), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 61 pp.


1970


Jelesnianski, C. P., 1970:  "Bottom stress time-history" in linearized equations of motion for storm surges.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 98, 462-478.


Pore, N. A., 1970:  Summary of Selected Reference Material on the Oceanographic Phenomena of Tides, Storm Surges, Waves, and Breakers.  Technical Memorandum 30 (TDL-30), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 103 pp.


1969


Pore, N. A., and W. S. Richardson, 1969:  Second Interim Report on Sea and Swell Forecasting.  ESSA Technical Memorandum WBTM TDL-17, Environmental Science Services Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 7 pp.


Richardson, W. S. and N. A. Pore, 1969:  A Lake Erie Storm Surge Forecasting Technique.  Technical Memorandum 24 (TDL-24), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 23 pp.


1967


Harrison, Y., and N. A. Pore, 1967:  An approach to correlation and prediction in the wind-runoff-drift system.  ESSA Professional Paper 3, Environmental Science Services Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 43-79.


Jelesnianski, C. P., 1967:  Numerical computations of storm surges with bottom stressMon. Wea. Rev., Volume 95, Number 11, 740-756.


Pore, N. A., and R. A. Cummings, 1967:  A Fortran Program for the Calculation of Hourly Values of Astronomical Tide and Time and Height of High and Low Water.  Weather Bureau Technical Memorandum WBTM TDL-6, Environmental Science Services Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 17 pp.


Pore, N. A., and W. S. Richardson, 1967:  Interim Report on Sea and Swell Forecasting.  Weather Bureau Technical Memorandum TDL-13, Environmental Science Services Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 30 pp.


1965


Harris, D. L., N. A. Pore, and R. A. Cummings, 1965:  Tide and tidal current prediction by high speed digital computer.  International Hydrographic Rev., XLII, 95-103.


Harrison, W., N. A. Pore, and D. R. Tuck, Jr., 1965:  Predictor equations for beach processes and responses.  J. Geophvsica1 Res., 70, 6103-6109.


Jelesnianski, C. P., 1965:  A numerical calculation of storm tides induced by a tropical storm impinging on a continental shelfMon. Wea. Rev., Volume 93, number 6, 343-358.


Pore, N. A., 1965:  Chesapeake Bay extratopical storm surges.  Chesapeake Science, 6, 172-182.


Pore, N. A., A. T. Angelo and J. G. Taylor, 1965:  Hurricane Cindy Galveston Bay Tides.  Weather Bureau Technical (Memorandum) Note 11-TDL-2, Environmental Science Services Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 12 pp.


1964


Harris, D. L., and C. P. Jelesnianski, 1964:  Some problems involved in the numerical solutions of tidal hydraulics equationsMon. Wea. Rev., Volume 92, Number 9, 409-422.


Pore, N. A., 1964:  The relation of wind and pressure to extratropical storm surges at Atlantic City.  J. ADD1. Meteor., 3, 155-163.


1963


(*) Harris, D. L. 1963:  Characteristics of the Hurricane Storm Surge.  Technical Paper No. 48, U.S. Weather Bureau, 139 pp (see pp. 6-7).


(*) Harris, D. L., and A. Angelo, 1963:  A Regression Model for Storm Surge Prediction.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 91, nos 10-12 Oct - Dec., 710-726.


(*) Platzman, G. W., 1963:  The dynamical prediction of wind tides on Lake Erie.  Meteorological Monographs, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 44 pp.


1962


(*) Harris, D. L. 1962:  The equivalence between certain statistical perdiction methods and linearized dynamical methods.  Mon. Wea. Rev., 90, 331-340.


1960


Pore, A., 1960:  Chesapeake Bay hurricane surges.  Chesapeake Science, Volume 1, Number3-4, 178-186.


1959


(*) Harris, D. L. 1959:  An interim hurricane storm surge forecasting guide.  National Hurricane Research Project, Wash. D. C. Rept. No. 32, 24 pp.


1956


(*) Harris, D. L. 1956:  Some problems involved in the study of storm surges.  National Hurricane Research Project, Wash. D. C. Rept. No. 4, 30 pp.



Other Publications by MDL Storm Surge Team by Year and Author



2011


Arrott M., C. Alexander, J. Graybeal, C. Mueller, R. Signell, J. Beaujardiere, A. Taylor, J. Wilkin, B. Powell, and J. Orcutt, 2011:  Building transparent data access for ocean observatories: Coordination of U.S. IOOS DMAC with NSF's OOI Cyberinfrastructure.  Preprints, Oceans 2011 MTS/IEEE, Sep 19-22, 2011, 9 pp.


2007


Schattel, J. L., A. A. Taylor, P. R. Hershberg, and R. Bunge, 2007:  Disseminating National Weather Service Digital Forecasts using Open Geospatial Standards.  Preprints, 23rd International Conference on Interaction and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology, San Antonio, TX, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 3B.9.


2006


Gorline, J. L., M. J. Schenk, W. A. Shaffer, and A. A. Taylor, 2006:  Verification of the NOAA-EPA Air Quality Forecasts for Summer 20055th Annual Community Modeling and Analysis System Conference, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.


2004


Dagostaro, V. J., W. A. Shaffer, M. J. Schenk, J. L. Gorline, and A. A. Taylor, 2004:  A prototype verification system for examining NDFD forecasts.  Preprints, 17th Conference on Probability and Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, Seattle, WA, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 2.7.


1984


Hess, K. W., 1984:  Single-point forecasts of wind-driven and tidal currents in San Pedro Channel.  TDL Office Note 84-8, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 25 pp.


Hess, K. W., 1984:  A technique for forecasting spilled oil transport in bays.  Natl. Wea. Digest, 9, No.2, 26-33.


1983


Barrientos, C. S., and K. W. Hess, 1983:  Ocean oil spill concentration and trajectory forecast project.  Final Report prepared for Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Energy, Interagency Agreement EPA-IAG-0693, Techniques Development Laboratory, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 86 pp.


Hess, K. W., 1983:  Simulation of spilled oil behavior in bays and coastal waters.  NOAA Techniques Development Laboratory Computer Program NWS TDL CP 83-2, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 21 pp.


1982


Hess, K. W., 1982:  A revised user's guide to COSMOS (Composite Oil Spill Model for Operational Services).  TDL Office Note 82-4, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 12 pp.


Pore, N. A., 1982:  An updated comparison of surface winds on the Great Lakes as reported by buoys and ships.  TDL Office Note 82-5, National Weather U.S. Department of Commerce, 12 pp.


1981


Hess, K. W., 1981:  A user's guide to COSMOS (Composite Oil Spill Model for Operational Services).  TDL Office Note 81-1, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 23 pp.


Kemper, J. E., P. E. Long, Jr., W. A. Shaffer, and M. McDonald, 1981:  Application of output from the Techniques Development Laboratory's Boundary Layer Model to MOS forecasts of temperature, dew point, and precipitation type.  Preprints, Seventh Conference on probability and Statistics in Atmospheric Sciences, Monterey, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 90-93.


Pore, N. A., W. E. Kennedy, and J. A. May, 1981:  Comparison of surface winds on the Great Lakes as reported by buoys and ships.  TDL Office Note 81-2, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 10 pp.


Shaffer, W. A., P. E. Long, and J. E. Kemper, 1981:  Use of trajectory forecasts from the TDL Boundary Layer Model.  Preprints, Fifth Symposium on Turbulence, Diffusion and Air Pollution, Atlanta, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 2 pp.


1979


Hess, K. W., 1979:  The National Weather Service oil spill motion forecasting program.  Preprints, Workshop on the Physical Behavior of Oil in the Marine Environment, Princeton, Princeton University and National Weather Service, 311-322.


Hess, K. W., and C. L. Kerr, 1979:  A model to forecast the motion of oil on the sea.  Preprints, 1979 Oil Spill Conference (Prevention. Behavior. Control. Cleanup), Los Angeles, Amer. Petroleum Institute, 653-663.


Kemper, J. E., P. E. Long, and W. A. Shaffer, 1979:  Forecast guidance products from the Techniques Development Laboratory's Boundary Layer Model.  Preprints, Fourth Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction, Silver Spring, Amer. Meteor. Soc. I 270-277.


Long, P. E., J. E. Kemper, and W. A. Shaffer, 1979:  Physics, numerics, and forecasts of the National Weather Service's atmospheric Boundary Layer Model.  Preprints, Third IMACS International Symposium on Computer Methods for Partial Differential Eauations, Bethlehem, Int. Assoc. Math. and Computers in Simulation, 427-434.


Shaffer, W. A., 1979:  A Simple Soil Heat Flux Calculation for Numerical Models.  Technical Memorandum 68 (TDL-68), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 23 pp.


1978


Barrientos, C. S., and K. W. Hess, 1978:  Techniques for forecasting trajectories and fates of ocean oil spills.  TDL Office Note 78-1, National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 44 pp.


Feit, D. M., and N. A. Pore, 1978:  Objective wind forecasting and verification on the Great Lakes.  J. Great Lakes Res., 4, 10-18.


Long, P. E., W. A. Shaffer, J. E. Kemper, and F. J. Hicks, 1978:  The state of the Techniques Development Laboratory's Boundary Layer Model: May 24, 1977.  NOAA Technical Memorandum NWS TDL-66, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, 58 pp.


1977


Barrientos, C. S., 1977:  Development of ocean oil spill concentration and trajectory forecast methods.  Proceedings of the Program Review Meeting.  Environmental Protection Agency's Interagency Energy/Environment Program, Newport, 10 pp.


Long, P. E., W. A. Shaffer, J. E. Kemper, and F. J. Hicks, 1977:  The State of the Techniques Development Laboratory's Bounday Layer Model.  Technical Memorandum 66 (TDL-66), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 66 pp.


1975


Long, Jr., P. E., and W. A. Shaffer, 1975:  Some Physical and Numerical Aspects of Boundary Layer Modeling.  Technical Memorandum 55 (TDL-55), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 36 pp.


Shaffer, W. A. and P. E. Long, Jr., 1975:  A Predictive Boundary Layer Model.  Technical Memorandum 57 (TDL-57), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 44 pp.


1974


Feit, D. M., and C. S. Barrientos, 1974:  Great Lakes wind forecasts based on model output statistics.  Preprints, 17th Conference on Great Lakes Research, Hamilton, Int. Asso. Great Lakes Res., 725-732.


1971


Barrientos, C. S., 1971:  An objective method for forecasting winds over Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.  Proceedings 14th Conference on Great Lakes Research, Hamilton, Int. Asso. Great Lakes Res., 401-411.
Barrientos, C. S., 1970:  An Objective Method for Forecasting Winds Over Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.  Technical Memorandum 34 (TDL-34), National Weather Service, NOAA, U.S. Department of Commerce, 20 pp.

1970


Barrientos, C. S., 1970:  An Objective Method for Forecasting Winds Over Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.  See 1971.