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  • Hurricane Carla 

    Treadwell, Mattie E. (United States Department of Defense Office of Civil Defense, 1962)
    The present study was commissioned by the Department of Defense in order to obtain a command evaluation of the operation in time to make its lessons available for current planning, and does not attempt to be definitive ...
  • Hurricane Celia Redevelopment 

    Coastal Bend Regional Planning Commission (Coastal Bend Regional Planning Commission, 1970-10)
    The objective of this report is to catalogue a preliminary inventory of priorities and needs for each city, county, and school district within the seven county Hurricane Celia Disaster Area. Two additional reports will be ...
  • Hurricane Cindy Galveston Bay Tides 

    Pore NA; Angelo AT; Taylor JG (, 1965)
    Hurricane Cindy of September 1963 probably produced the most completely recorded set of tide data in a bay of any United States hurricane. Hydrographs showing the water levels in Galveston Bay along with pertinent ...
  • Hurricane Cindy: Galveston Bay tides. 

    Pore, N.A.; Angelo, A.T.; Taylor, J.G. (, 1975)
    Hurricane Cindy of September 1963 probably produced the most completely recorded set of tide data in a bay of any United States hurricane. Hydrographs showing the water levels in Galveston Bay along with pertinent ...
  • The hurricane danger zone: a new way of perceiving hurricanes. 

    Hasling, J.F.; Freeman, J. C. (Institute for Storm Research., 1980)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane detection, tracking, and forecasting; statement of the AMS. 

    Gray, W.M. (, 1986)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane does little damage to industry 

    Anon. (, 1983)
    Gulf Coast oil and gas operations rode out Hurricane Alicia almost without a scratch-but not without lots of downtime. Main effect of the storm, which produced winds of more than 120 mph, was shutdown of various production, ...
  • Hurricane does little damage to industry. 

    Oil and Gas Journal (, 1983)
    Gulf Coast oil and gas operations rode out Hurricane Alicia almost without a scratch-but not without lots of downtime. Main effect of the storm, which produced winds of more than 120 mph, was shutdown of various production, ...
  • Hurricane experience levels of coastal county populations - Texas to Maine. 

    Herbert, P.J.; Taylor, G. (National Hurricane Center, and Fort Worth, Texas: National Weather Service, Southern Region., 1975)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane Hazard in the United States: A Research Assessment 

    Brinkmann, Waltraud A. R. (University of Colorado Institute of Behavioral Science, 1975)
    The Assessment of Research on Natural Hazards is intended to serve two purposes: (1) it provides a more nearly balanced and comprehensive basis for judging the probable social utility of allocation of funds and personnel ...
  • Hurricane Impact and Mitigation: A Study of the Corpus Christi Bay Area. 

    Department of Landscape Architecture, Texas A&M University (Department of Landscape Architecture, Texas A&M University, 1981)
    After an initial reconnaissance the students defined the scope and geographic region for their study as being the Corpus Christi area. This region was found to possess features of the coastal zone which illustrate a ...
  • Hurricane incidence in Chambers County, Texas. 

    Few, A.A. (Rice University., 1976)
    This case study report examines hurricane interactions and potential for interactions from two directions. First, the physical properties of hurricanes are briefly described with examples, and the various interactions ...
  • Hurricane relocation planning for Brazoria, Galveston, Harris, Fort Bend, and Chambers counties. 

    Ruch, Carlton (Texas A&M University, 1981)
    This report has been prepared for use by individuals or groups responsible for making decisions about evacuation of Texas coastal areas. It is designed to help you decide approximately when to evacuate an area. It is ...
  • Hurricane relocation planning for Hardin, Jasper, Jefferson, Newton and Orange Counties. 

    Ruch, C. (Texas A&M University, Sea Grant College Program., 1983)
    No abstract available
  • Hurricane surge at Johnson Space Center 

    Edge, BL; Aggarwal, M; Maske, C (, 2005)
    A comprehensive analysis of storm damage potential was performed along the Texas coast centered about Clear Lake in Galveston Bay for the Johnson Space Center, NASA. The study dealt with numerical modeling of tides and ...
  • Hurricane Surge Classification for the Northern Gulf of Mexico Coastline 

    Irish, JL (Galveston Bay Estuary, Jan. 24, 2)
    Over the last quarter-century, hurricane surge has been assumed to be primarily function of maximum storm wind speed as might be estimated from the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. However, Hurricane Katrina demonstrated ...
  • Hurricane Surge Determinations on the Texas Coast and in Galveston Bay 

    Woodward JW (, 1968)
    Prediction of storm surges for hurricanes of various degrees of severity is required for both the design and economic analyses of protective structures proposed for the prevention of hurricane flood damages. The phenomenon ...
  • Hurricane surge determinations on the Texas coast and in Galveston Bay 

    Woodward, J.W. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston District., 1968)
    Prediction of storm surges for hurricanes of various degrees of severity is required for both the design and economic analyses of protective structures proposed for the prevention of hurricane flood damages. The phenomenon ...
  • Hurricane surge frequency estimated for the Gulf Coast of Texas. 

    Bodine, B.R. (, 1969)
    Nineteen hurricanes of record since 1900 are used to derive a surge-frequency relationship representative of the entire Texas Coast. Pure statistical methods were not used because of the small number of recorded hurricanes ...