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64 What journals have regular articles on tropical cyclones?




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This article is from the Storms FAQ, by Chris Landsea landsea@aoml.noaa.gov with numerous contributions by others.

64 What journals have regular articles on tropical cyclones?

The American Meteorological Society publishes the _Monthly Weather
Review_ which has annual summaries of Atlantic basin tropical cyclones,
Atlantic basin tropical disturbances, and Northeast Pacific (east of 140W)
basin tropical cyclones. These summaries have a substantial amount of
data and analysis of the storms.

_Weatherwise_ prints annual summaries of both the Atlantic and
Northeast Pacific basins which are less technical that the _Monthly
Weather Review_ articles, but come out months earlier.

For just the tropical cyclones of the Southeast Indian/Australia and
the Australia/Southwest Pacific basins, the _Australia Meteorological
Magazine_ has a very thorough annual summary.

The Indian journal _Mausam_ carries an annual summary of tropical
cyclone activity over the North Indian Ocean.

_Mariner's Weather Log_ has articles from all of the global basins
in annual summaries. These are descriptive and non-technical.

 

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