Articles Tagged hurricanes Subscribe to RSS Feed

Dr. Matyas and Dr. Mossa on Hurricane Irma

Published: Sep 20th, 2017

Geography’s Dr. Corene Matyas and Dr. Joann Mossa recently spoke to several new outlets about the cause and result of Hurricane Irma. 9/7 Dr. Corene Matyas explains the mechanics of… Read More

Extreme floods and their relationship with tropical cyclones in Puerto Rico

Published: Sep 12th, 2017

HERNANDEZ AYALA, KEELLINGS, WAYLEN, MATYAS – Extreme floods and their relationship with tropical cyclones in Puerto Rico José J. Hernández Ayala, David Keellings, Peter R. Waylen & Corene J. Matyas… Read More

Geography Colloquium: Tracking Clouds in Hurricanes – From a Spatio-Temporal and Big-Spatial-Data Perspective

Published: Feb 23rd, 2017

Tracking Clouds in Hurricanes – From a Spatio-Temporal and Big-Spatial-Data Perspective Speaker: Mr. Jingyin Tang PhD Student, Department of Geography, University of Florida Thursday, February 23, 2017 3:00-3:50 PM (Period 8) Turlington… Read More

Meteorology and Climatology student flies with NOAA’s Hurricane Hunters

Published: Oct 27th, 2016

University of Florida senior and undergraduate research assistant Alex DesRosiers worked a research based summer internship with NOAA’s Hurricane Hunters. The internship was based out of MacDill Air Force Base… Read More

Hurricane Matthew’s Near Miss of Florida May Result in More Widespread Damage Than Direct Hit

Published: Oct 8th, 2016

Hurricane Matthew’s near miss of Florida may result in more widespread damage than a direct hit – according to UF’s Dr. Corene Matyas – who was quoted in an October 7th Tampa Bay… Read More

Why Have We Seen A ‘Blob’ East Of Hurricane Matthew’s Eye And Why It Should Concern Us

Published: Oct 3rd, 2016

In a recent Forbe’s article, recent Geography alum (and Assistant Professor at Virginia Tech) Dr. Stephanie Zick helped explain ‘Why have we seen a ‘blob’ east of Hurricane Matthew’s eye and why it… Read More

Using shape metrics to compare observed and simulated reflectivity during the landfall of Hurricane Isabel (2003)

Published: Apr 15th, 2016

MATYAS, TANG, ZICK – Using shape metrics to compare observed and simulated reflectivity during the landfall of Hurricane Isabel (2003) Corene J. Matyas, Stephanie Zick, and Jingyin Tang Conference paper presented:… Read More

Evolving Geometries in the Moisture Budgets and Precipitation Structures of US Gulf Coast Landfalling Hurricanes

Published: Jan 12th, 2016

MATYAS, ZICK – Evolving Geometries in the Moisture Budgets and Precipitation Structures of US Gulf Coast Landfalling Hurricanes Stephanie E. Zick and C. J. Matyas Conference paper presented: 12 JAN 2016… Read More