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Collected Data - Gabrielle

 Summary Tower Deployment
Tower Data
 



 Details - Hurricane Gabrielle
 Storm Path:  Storm Facts:

 Storm Life  September 11 - 19, 2001
 Landfall  Venice Beach, FL

T.S.

 FCMP
 Deployment
 September 13 - 15, 2001
   
 Estimated
 Damage
 $115 Million
 Casualties  2
 Links  NOAA - NHC, AOML
   

Source:  NOAA Hurricane Gabrielle Tropical Cyclone Report
             (author: Miles B. Lawrence and Eric S. Blake)


Synopsis of FCMP Deployment


The shortest deployment in FCMP history occurred during Gabrielle, which made landfall in Venice, Florida around 1200 UTC on September 14, 2001. The cyclone moved in a small counterclockwise loop over the southeastern Gulf of Mexico for two and a half days before reaching tropical storm strength on the 13th. At that time, Gabrielle was located 325 km southwest of the landfall site. One UF team with tower T1 in tow left Gainesville around 2200 UTC on the 12th to intercept the storm and arrived in Venice Beach immediately prior to landfall. Data collection continued into the early afternoon, and the team returned to the University of Florida by late evening.

Participating Team Members
Kurt Gurley, PhD
Forrest Masters

Source:  American Insurance Services Group

 



 

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