James B. Elsner.
Associate: Dr. Thomas H. Jagger.
Inc. Providing weather hazard risk assessment to government and industry.
Studios, Ian J. Elsner
Fogarty, Kelsey Scheitlin, Robert Hodges, Jill Malmstadt, Shawn Lewers
Dickey, Flood Forecasting from Basin Elevation Distribution, PhD,
A. Fogarty, Variations in
Typhoon Landfalls over China, MS, 2004.
Wood, Fluctuations in Hurricane Landfall Frequency Along the East
Coast of Florida as a Function of Regional Climate Variability, MS,
Early 19th Century U.S. Hurricanes:
A GIS Tool and Climate Analysis, PhD, 2003.
An Assessment of Potential for
Economic Loss to Residential Property in United States Coastal Counties
from Tropical Cyclones Using a Geographic Information System, MS,
Tropical Cyclones and the North Atlantic Oscillation, MS, 2000.
The Association of Human Activities With Land Degradation in the Republic
of Botswana, MS, 2000.
An Evaluation of Coastal County Hurricane Vulnerability, MS, 1999.
A Quantitative Precipitation Forecast Experiment for Puerto Rico, PhD,
Landfall and Post-Landfall Structure of Hurricane Danny and the Possibility
of Retrieving Vertical Velocity Profiles from Rawinsonde Soundings,
Pan, Fuzzy Neural Approaches to Seasonal Atlantic Hurricane Prediction,
MS, 1997 (co-directed with S. Foo).
Baroclinically-Initiated Hurricanes of the North Atlantic Basin, MS,
Convective Rainfall Regions in
Puerto Rico, MS, 1995.
C. Hess, Improving Seasonal Predictions of Hurricane Activity for
the Atlantic Basin, MS, 1994.
A Validation of the Industrial Source Complex (ISC2) Dispersion Model
in the Kuwaiti Oil Fire Situation, MS, 1992.