Masters, F., Aponte, L., Gurley, K. and Reinhold, T. “Gust factors observed in tropical cyclones Isabel, Dennis, Isidore Gabrielle and Irene during the 1999-2003 Atlantic hurricane seasons,” 9th Annual ASCE Joint Specialty Conference on Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural Reliability, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July 26-28, 2004
Masters, F, Gurley, K and Reinhold, T (2003). “Ground level wind characteristics of Isidore and Dennis”, 11th International Conference on Wind Engineering, Lubbock, Texas, June 2-5, 2003
Howard, R, Dodge, P, Doggett, A, Finney, J, Gurley, K, Levitan, M, Reinhold, T, Schroeder, J and Stone, G (2003). “The Landfall of Hurricane Dennis in Louisiana: A Summary of Cooperative Data Collection Efforts”, 11th International Conference on Wind Engineering, Lubbock, TX, June 2-5, 2003.
Graduate Theses and Undergraduate Publications
Masters, F (2004). “Measurement, Modeling and Simulation of Ground-Level Tropical Cyclone Winds.” PhD Dissertation, University of Florida, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
Cope, A (2004). “Predicting the Vulnerability of Typical Residential Buildings to Hurricane Damage.” PhD Dissertation, University of Florida, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
Aponte, L (2004). “Measurement, Validation and Dissemination of Hurricane Wind Data.” Masters Report, University of Florida, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
Weaver, R (2003). “Hurricane Data Collection Hardware and Analysis Software: Improvements, Maintenance and Development.” MS Thesis, University of Florida, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
Weaver, R (2002). “Hurricane Damage Mitigation Research.” Journal of Undergraduate Research, University of Florida.
Cuenca, D (2002). “Hurricane Data Collection Hardware and Analysis Software.” MS Thesis, University of Florida, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
Hayes, K (2000). “Hurricane Data Collection Hardware: Design, Construction and Testing.” MS Thesis, University of Florida, Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering.
Poss, D (2000) “Design and Evaluation of a Mobile Wind Instrumentation Tower for Hurricane Wind Measurements.” MS Thesis, Clemson University, Department of Civil Engineering.
Masters, F (1999). “Hurricane Data Collection and Simulation.” Journal of Undergraduate Research, University of Florida.
Citations in Government Reports/Scientific Papers
Preliminary Report for FEMA’s Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance Program (Task Order 273)
Masters, F., Gurley, K. and Reinhold, T. “Real-time observation and stochastic modeling of ground level winds from Hurricane Isabel,” National Hurricane Conference, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, April 5-9, 2004
Gurley, K. and Reinhold, T. “Wind Measurements in Hurricane Gordon: A Preliminary Look at Wind Field Variations for Beach-Front and Inland Locations”, National Hurricane Conference, Washington, D.C., April 2001.
Reinhold, T, Gurley, K and Buzbee, T. “Florida Coastal Monitoring Program: Home Instrumentation Project and Wind Field Monitoring”, National Hurricane Conference, New Orleans, LA, April 2000.
|Date (Link to Article)||Source||Article|
|July 10, 2005||National Hurricane Center||Hurricane Dennis Advisory Number 26|
|July 9, 2005||UF News||UF Researchers take a pulse of Hurricane Dennis|
|July 9, 2005||Pensacola News Journal||Deployment Pictures|
|April 6, 2005||Gainesville Sun||Kurt Gurley 35, Heading Into the Hurricanes|
|February 16, 2005||Insurance Networking News||RMS to Fund Technology Initiative for Florida Coastal Monitoring Program|
|December 17, 2004||PalmBeachPost.com||More nails, longer screws work better in wind lab|
|September 30, 2004||Institute for Business & Home Safety||FCMP Records First-Ever True Wind Pressures in Hurricanes Frances and Ivan|
|August 25, 2004||WESH.com||Strict New Building Codes May Have Saved Property|
|August 21, 2004||Gainesville Sun||Charley helps area team gain storm insight|
|Spring 2004||Explore Magazine – Research at the University of Florida||Storm Warning – UF Engineers are helping to more accurately predicts hurricanes destructive forces|
|October 20, 2003||NOAA Research||Sea Grant Research Pays Off During Hurricane Isabel|
|Fall 2003||The Florida Engineer||As Fast as the Wind|
|September 30, 2003||Palm Beach Post||Towers withstand Isabel, Transmit Detailed Data|
|September 26, 2003||Star News (Wilmington, NC)||Stronger House? Got it Nailed|
|September 25, 2003||The Gainesville Sun||UF Helps Look at Isabel’s Winds|
|September 24, 2003||NOAA News Online||NOAA Researchers Retrieve Wealth of Data after Chasing Hurricane Isabel|
|September 18, 2003||The Beaufort Gazette||Group Hopes to Capture Isabel’s Ground-Level Wind Speeds|
|September 18, 2003||ScienceDaily||Engineers Head Into Path Of Hurricane Isabel|
|September 17, 2003||MSNBC News||As Thousands Flee, Clemson Researchers Head For Isabel|
|September 17, 2003||Wired News||Laying Data Traps for Isabel|
|September 17, 2003||WLTX.com||Clemson Collecting Hurricane Data|
|November, 2002||AAWE Newsletter||Measurement of Ground Level Hurricane Winds|
|September 17, 2001||The Independent Florida Alligator||UF Professor Monitors Storm as It Hits Venice|
|September 15, 2001||Miami Herald||Storm Pounds Gulf Coast, Makes Mad Dash Across State|
|May 20, 2000||DisasterRelief.org||Experiment Could Prevent Hurricane Damages|
|January 14, 2000||The Independent Florida Alligator||Undergraduate Research Program Enters Second Year|
|September 19, 1999||ScienceDaily||Engineers Rush to Deploy Wind Monitoring Equipment in Advance of Hurricane Floyd|
|July 7, 1999||ClemsoNews||Florida Installs Wind Monitoring Devices in 10 South Florida Homes|
|June 3, 1999||The Independent Florida Alligator||UF Joins Study to Build Hurricane-Safe Homes|
|May 11, 1999||CNN||Engineers Prepare to Study Hurricane Winds|
|May 10, 1999||ScienceDaily||In Harm’s Way: Engineers to Measure Hurricane Forces on Homes|
|December 16, 1998||ScienceDaily||Hurricane Chasers Look for Turbulent Times|