Monitoring and Understanding Trends in Extreme Storms : State of Knowledge

@inproceedings{Kunkel2010MonitoringAU,
  title={Monitoring and Understanding Trends in Extreme Storms : State of Knowledge},
  author={Wulf B. Kunkel and Thomas R. Karl and Harold E. Brooks and Martha G. James and Kossin and Jay Lawrimore and Dr.-Ing. Christoph Arndt and Lance F. Bosart},
  year={2010}
}
1175 JULY 2015 AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY | DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00211.1 K unkel et al. (2013) reviewed the state of the science with regards to long-term changes and trends of various extreme storms that impact the continental United States. In particular, they addressed severe convective storms, precipitation, snowstorms, and—of interest to this comment— hurricanes. All of the analyses presented in Kunkel et al. (2013) (their Figs. 1–7 and Tables 1 and 2) were focused on observations… CONTINUE READING

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