Landfalling Pacific storms caused 105 deaths and $8 billion in damage from 1995 to 1998.

Landfalling Pacific Storms caused 105 deaths and $8 billion in damage from 
1995 to 1998

An Infrared satellite image of a Pacific storm on 3 February 1998 that caused flooding rains, hurricane force winds, and heavy surf during CALJET. The core experimental observing network consisted of a NOAA P-3 research aircraft, which provided atmospheric and oceanic data up to 1000 km offshore, NOAA/ETL's coastal network of 915-MHz wind profilers (box), and two Doppler-on-Wheels (DOWs) mobile radars from the University of Oklahoma. CALJET's base of operations (star) was located at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.

Presidential Disater Declarations 1965-1998

Presidential Disater Declarations 1965-1998
Baker Mapping Coordination Contractor

Presidential Disater Declarations 1965-1998
Baker Mapping Coordination Contractor