EAS Hurricane Research

02.20.09: "Climate Variability and Change: Impacts on Atlantic Hurricanes" Paper presented at Cat Modeling 2009: Catastrophe Modeling in Uncertain Times, Tampa, FL [PDF]

01.15.09: "Potential Economic Impacts of Hurricanes in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean ca. 2020-2025". in Assessing the Potential Consequences of Climate Destabilization in Latin America, World Bank Latin America and Caribbean Region Sustainable Development Working Paper 32 [PDF]

05.06.08: Hurricane and sea level rise risks for Georgia. [PDF, Powerpoint]

11/6/07: Briefing to Florida Legislature. [Powerpoint PDF] [Presentation Notes]

10/14/07: Predictability and Predictions of North Atlantic Hurricane Activity: Weeks to Decades. Presented at Catastrophe Modeling Forum. [PDF]

8/01/07: Holland, G.J. and P.J. Webster, 2007: Heightened tropical cyclone activity in the North Atlantic: natural variability or climate trend? Phil. Trans. Roy Soc. [PDF]

7/10/07: Congressional briefing - "2020: Flying blind into hurricanes?" [PDF, Powerpoint]

7/02/07: Publication of Storm World by Chris Mooney.

6/30/07: Review of "Normalized hurricane damage in the U.S. 1900-2005."

6/28/07: Radio interview on the Baromoter Bob Show.

6/1/07: Forecast of Cyclone Gonu.

4/26/07: Congressional testimony for hearing on "Dangerous Climate Change."

12/11/06: Presentation at AGU session on Integrity of Science: "Falling Out of the Ivory Tower: Reflections on Mixing Politics and Climate Science."

9/20/06: Book chapter "Potential Increased Hurricane Activity in a Greenhouse Warmed World," in Sudden and Disruptive Climate Change, by MacCracken et al. (in press).

8/25/06: NPR interview on the 2006 hurricane season.

8/06: Publication in Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society of "Mixing Politics and Science in Testing the Hypothesis that Greenhouse Warming is Contributing to a Global Increase in Hurricane Intensity." [Discussion on realclimate.org]

7/20/06: Congressional testimony on "Hurricanes and Global Warming."

5/31/06: Curry and Webster meet with Governor Jeb Bush of Florida to discuss hurricanes.

4/7/06: Publication in Science of "Deconvolution of the Factors Contributing to the Increase in Global Hurricane Intensity." [Georgia Tech press release]

3/24/06: Reply to Chan's comments on "Changes in Tropical Cyclone Numbers, Intensity, and Duration in a Warming World."

3/24/06: Chan's comments on the Science paper "Changes in Tropical Cyclone Numbers, Intensity, and Duration in a Warming World."

11/15/05: Reply to Gray's comments on "Changes in Tropical Cyclone Numbers, Intensity, and Duration in a Warming World." (unpublished)

10/26/05: Comments from William Gray on "Changes in Tropical Cyclone Numbers, Intensity, and Duration in a Warming World." (unpublished).

10/05/05: Interview on E&ETV (podcast).

9/23/05: NPR interview on Science Friday.

9/21/05: NPR interview on Diane Rhem Show.

9/16/05: Publication in Science of "Changes in Tropical Cyclone Numbers, Intensity, and Duration in a Warming World." [Georgia Tech press release] [AAAS press release]

Liu, G., J.A. Curry, and C.A. Clayson, 1995: Study of tropical cyclogenesis using satellite data. Meteor. Atmos. Phys., 56, 111-123.

Liu, G., J.A. Curry and M. Weadon, 1994: Atmospheric water balance in Typhoon Nina as determined from SSM/I satellite data. Meteor. Atmos. Phys. 54, 141-156.