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Taifuu: Typhoon Research Department

Pages describe the Typhoon Research Department, part of the Meteorological Research Institute, Japan Meteorological Agency. In English and Japanese.

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Super Typhoon Paka's Surface Winds Over Guam

A comprehensive study of the surface winds over Guam during Typhoon Paka (1997).

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Refereed publications on Pacific and Indian ocean hurricane phenomena from the University of Hawaii's Meteorology Department (1985-Present)

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Meteorological Society of Japan

Containing abstracts of professional papers, in Japanese. An English language mirror site is under construction.

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IRI/LDEO Climate Data Library

A cooperative program of the NOAA's Office of Global Programs, Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory,and the University of California - San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

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Information on Tropical Cyclones

Official site of the Hong Kong Observatory, in English and Mandarin. Warning services, storm tracking, forecasts, and descriptions of the effects on people, the economy, public health, and social effects. With an archive of famous storms of the past.

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Digital Typhoon

Search more than 40,000 past typhoon images by date, name, location, and cloud patterns. Also provides latest typhoon information.

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center

Co-located in the National Weather Service Honolulu Forecast Office, the CPHC issues all official tropical cyclone warnings, watches, advisories, discussions, and statements for tropical cyclones in the Central Pacific from 140 degrees west longitude to the International Dateline. Includes current and archived data and satellite images.

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A Theory of Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Japan

A formal paper by Masahiko Isobe for the Department of Civil Engineering University of Tokyo.

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