2005 Storms Deployment Photos
|Dennis||T0 – Navarre, FL|
T3 – Destin, FL
T5 – Niceville, FL
|Rita||T0 – Port Arthur, TX|
T1 – Houston, TX
T3 – Nederland, TX
T5 – Orange, TX
2004 Storms Deployment Photos
Hurricane Isabel Photos and Movies
The links below take you to the first installment of pictures to be posted to the FCMP Website. The project was fortunate to have professional photographer and Clemson undergrad, Bryan Dick, along to capture the sights of the Isabel deployment. His film is at the developer’s presently, but those photos will be posted in the upcoming weeks. So please check back for more photos.
|T0||Elizabeth City, NC||Coast Guard Airstation – Tower Collecting Data|
|T1||Wilmington, NC||Coastal Bluff – Main and Satellite Towers on Site|
Instrumented House Photos
|T2||Atlantic Beach, NC||Fort Macon – T2 Setup|
Elevated View of Site
|T3||Cape Hatteras, NC||Billy Mitchell Airport – New Inlet and Hatteras Village|
See a map detailing all of the weather stations (ASOS, METAR) and mobile instrumentation (FCMP, Texas Tech Radar and WEMITE Towers) used during the landfall of Hurricane Isabel.
– compiled by Luis Aponte, UF
- Deployment Map (PDF) (Updated 2/13/04)
Previous Deployment Photos
Choose one of the following links to view pictures taken during deployment. This portion of the website is continuously being updated, so please check back for new photos (last updated: 7/1/03).
Construction of New Computer Enclosures at the Wind Load Test Facility, Clemson
Students from CU and UF met in Clemson to finish the satellite tower project and construct new computer boxes to house the real-time data acquisition system. Click here to see photos.
Testing at the Castillo de San Marcos (St Augustine, Florida)
With the cooperation of the National Park Service, an FCMP team from the University of Florida tested the new real-time data acquisition system on July 16, 2003. Click here to see photos.
Satellite Tower Photos
Click here to see photos of the new satellite tower system.
2003 Instrumentation of Homes
Clemson University and University of Florida students, led by Tim Reinhold, spent a week on the road in late June, installing the cabling that connects pressure sensors to the house’s data acquisition system. Choose a link to see photos of their experience:
To view a variety of pictures collected since the program’s inception, click here.