Hurricane Wind–Pressure Relationship and Eyewall Replacement Cycles

@article{Kossin2015HurricaneWR,
  title={Hurricane Wind–Pressure Relationship and Eyewall Replacement Cycles},
  author={J. Kossin},
  journal={Weather and Forecasting},
  year={2015},
  volume={30},
  pages={177-181}
}
  • J. Kossin
  • Published 2015
  • Environmental Science
  • Weather and Forecasting
The relationship between minimum central surface pressure and the maximum sustained surface wind in tropical cyclones has been studied for many years, motivated by the fact that minimum pressure is generally easier to measure, but maximum wind is a much more relevant metric when considering tropical cyclone risk and potential impacts. It is well understood that tropical cyclone wind is closely related to the radial gradient of pressure through gradient or cyclostrophic balance assumptions, and… Expand

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