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Service Description: The NOAA Hurricane Research Division produced surface wind analysis of tropical cyclones from 1993 - 2013 as part of the H*Wind Project. In 2014 this technology was transferred to Hwind Scientific, a US private sector firm as allowed under the Technology Transfer Act of 1986 (15 US Code 3710). The images and data sets formerly available on this site, are now publicly available at: http://www.hwind.co/legacy_data/ Real-time and post storm wind field products for the 2014 Hurricane season and future years are available at Hwind Scientific's commercial site: http://www.hwind.co Hwind Scientific will also offer a revised historical archive with user support, time-centered, post storm analyses, larger domains, higher resolution grids, consistent analysis methodologies, and error corrections. Scientific publications using H*Wind products should cite one or more of these papers : Powell, M. D., S. Murillo, P. Dodge, E. Uhlhorn, J. Gamache, V. Cardone, A. Cox, S. Otero, N. Carrasco, B. Annane, and R. St. Fleur, 2010: Reconstruction of Hurricane Katrina?s wind fields for storm surge and wave hindcasting. Ocean Engineering, 37, 26-36. Powell, M. D., S. H. Houston, L. R. Amat, and N Morisseau-Leroy, 1998: The HRD real-time hurricane wind analysis system. J. Wind Engineer. and Indust. Aerodyn. 77&78, 53-64 Powell, M. D., and S. H. Houston, 1998: Surface wind fields of 1995 Hurricanes Erin, Opal, Luis, Marilyn, and Roxanne at landfall. Mon Wea. Rev., 126, 1259-1273. Powell, M.D., S.H.Houston, and T.A. Reinhold, 1996: Hurricane Andrew's landfall in South Florida Part I : Standardizing measurements for documentation of surface wind fields. Wea. Forecast. 11, 304-328. Powell, M.D., and S.H.Houston, 1996: Hurricane Andrew's landfall in South Florida Part II : Surface wind fields and potential real-time applications. Wea. Forecast. 11, 329-349.

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Layers: Description: The NOAA Hurricane Research Division produced surface wind analysis of tropical cyclones from 1993 - 2013 as part of the H*Wind Project. In 2014 this technology was transferred to Hwind Scientific, a US private sector firm as allowed under the Technology Transfer Act of 1986 (15 US Code 3710). The images and data sets formerly available on this site, are now publicly available at: http://www.hwind.co/legacy_data/ Real-time and post storm wind field products for the 2014 Hurricane season and future years are available at Hwind Scientific's commercial site: http://www.hwind.co Hwind Scientific will also offer a revised historical archive with user support, time-centered, post storm analyses, larger domains, higher resolution grids, consistent analysis methodologies, and error corrections. Scientific publications using H*Wind products should cite one or more of these papers : Powell, M. D., S. Murillo, P. Dodge, E. Uhlhorn, J. Gamache, V. Cardone, A. Cox, S. Otero, N. Carrasco, B. Annane, and R. St. Fleur, 2010: Reconstruction of Hurricane Katrina?s wind fields for storm surge and wave hindcasting. Ocean Engineering, 37, 26-36. Powell, M. D., S. H. Houston, L. R. Amat, and N Morisseau-Leroy, 1998: The HRD real-time hurricane wind analysis system. J. Wind Engineer. and Indust. Aerodyn. 77&78, 53-64 Powell, M. D., and S. H. Houston, 1998: Surface wind fields of 1995 Hurricanes Erin, Opal, Luis, Marilyn, and Roxanne at landfall. Mon Wea. Rev., 126, 1259-1273. Powell, M.D., S.H.Houston, and T.A. Reinhold, 1996: Hurricane Andrew's landfall in South Florida Part I : Standardizing measurements for documentation of surface wind fields. Wea. Forecast. 11, 304-328. Powell, M.D., and S.H.Houston, 1996: Hurricane Andrew's landfall in South Florida Part II : Surface wind fields and potential real-time applications. Wea. Forecast. 11, 329-349.

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