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Publishers' Addresses Proc. Symp. on Tornadoes: An Assessment of Technology and (ANSI 1972), American National Standard for Esti- Implications for Man, Lubbock, TX, Texas Tech Univ., 89-103. mating Tornado and Extreme Wind Characteristics at , J. R. McDonald, and J. E. Minor, 1976: Windspeed Analysis Nuclear Power Sites (ANS 1983), Hurricanes of of the April 3-4, 1974 tornadoes. J. Struct. Div., 102, 1709- 1992: Andrew and Iniki One Year Later (ASCE 1993), Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other , J. E. Minor, J. R. McDonald, and T. A. Reinhold, 1981: Valuable information form wind-caused damage in Hurri- Structures (ASCE 1996), Wind Engineering: A Hand- cane Frederic. Preprints, Fourth U.S. National Convention book for Structural Engineers (Liu 1991), and Wind on Wind Engineering Research, Seattle, WA, Univ. of Wash- Effects on Structure (Simiu and Scanlan 1996). ington, 42-45. —James R. McDonald. NRC, 1974: Design Basis Tornado for Nuclear Power Plants. Regulatory Guide 1.76, Directorate of Regulatory Standards, James R. McDonald is a professor of civil engineer- Nuclear Regulatory Commission (formerly U.S. Atomic En- ergy Commission), 3 pp. ing and the director of the Institute for Disaster Re- , 1981: Standard review plan. Rep. NUREG-0800, Office of search at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. Nuclear Reactor Regulation, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 3.5.1.4-6. Reinhold, T. A., and B. R. Ellingwood, 1982: Tornado damage Reference s risk assessment. Center for Building Technology, National Bureau of Standards, 55 pp. Segner, E. P., 1960: Estimates of minimum wind forces causing Abbey, R. F., and T. T. Fujita, 1975: Use of tornado path length structural damage. The Tornadoes at Dallas, Texas, April 2, and gradations of damage to assess tornado intensity probabili- 1957. U.S. Weather Bureau Res. Paper 41, 169-175. ties. Preprints, Ninth Conference on Severe Local Storms, Simiu, E., and R. Scanlan, 1996: Wind Effects on Structures, 3d Norman, OK, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 286-292. ed. John Wiley & Sons, 688 pp. ANS, 1983: American National Standard for estimating tornado Thom, H. C. S., 1963: Tornado probabilities. Mon. Wea. Rev., and extreme wind characteristics at nuclear power sites. 91, 730-736. American Nuclear Society Rep. ANS 2.3, 11 pp. Twisdale, L. A., and W. L. Dunn, 1983: Probabilistic analysis of ANSI, 1972: Building code requirements for minimum design tornado wind risks. J. Struct. Eng., 109, 469-488. loads in buildings and other structures. American National Van Tassel, E. L., 1955: The north Platte Valley tornado outbreak Standard Rep. ANSI A58.1-1972, American National Stan- of June 27, 1955. Mon. Wea. Rev., 83, 255-264. dards Institute, 60 pp. Wegener, A., 1917: Wind and Wasserhosen in Europa. ASCE, 1993: Hurricanes of 1992: Andrew and Iniki one year Braunschweig, 301 pp. later. Proc. of the ASCE Conf on Hurricanes of1992, Miami, Wolford, L. V., 1960: Tornado occurrences in the United States. FL, American Society of Civil Engineers, 216 pp. Revised ed., U.S. Weather Bureau Tech. Paper 20., 47 pp. • , 1996: Minimum design loads for buildings and other struc- tures. American Society of Civil Engineers Rep. ASCE 7-95, 214 pp. Church, C., D. Burgess, C. Doswell, and R. Davies-Jones, Eds., 1993: The Tornado, Its Structure, Dynamics, Prediction and Hazards. American Geophysical Union, 637 pp. FDCA, 1992: Hurricane Andrew: Workshop on state-wide rec- ommendations for building codes. Florida Department of Milto n R. Beycho k Community Affairs Rep., 7 pp. 223 3 Martin St., Unit 205 , Irvine, C A 927 1 5 Flora, S. D., 1954: Tornadoes of the United States. University of Telephone: 714-833-8871 Oklahoma Press, 79-80. Fujita, T. T., D. Bradbury, and P. Black, 1967: Estimations of Gordo n an d Breac h Scienc e Publishers tornado wind speed from characteristic ground marks. SMRP P.O. Box 200029 , Riverfront Plaza Sta. Rep. 69, p. 19. Newark , NJ 0710 2 Golden, J. H., and E. Kessler, 1976: An assessment of windspeeds Telephone: 201-643-7500 in tornadoes. Proc. Symp. on Tornadoes: An Assessment of Technology and Implications for Man, Lubbock, TX, Texas Tech Univ., 5-42. Springer-Verla g Howe, G. M., 1974: Tornado path size. J. Appl. Meteor., 13,343- 1 7 5 Fifth Ave., Ne w York, NY 1 00 1 0 Telephone: 212-460-1500 Liu, H., 1991: Wind Engineering: A Handbook for Structural Engineers. Prentice Hall, 450 pp. Time-Lif e Book s McDonald, J. R., 1983: A methodology for tornado hazard prob- 77 7 Duke St., Alexandria , VA 2231 4 ability assessment. Rep. NUREG/CR-3058, U.S. Nuclear Telephone: 800-621-7026 Reglatory Commission, 61 pp. Mehta, K. C., 1976: Windspeed estimates: Engineering analysis. 98 Vol. 78,, No . 1, January 1997 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Proc. Symp. on Tornadoes: An Assessment of Technology and (ANSI 1972), American National Standard for Esti- Implications for Man, Lubbock, TX, Texas Tech Univ., 89-103. mating Tornado and Extreme Wind Characteristics at , J. R. McDonald, and J. E. Minor, 1976: Windspeed Analysis Nuclear Power Sites (ANS 1983), Hurricanes of of the April 3-4, 1974 tornadoes. J. Struct. Div., 102, 1709- 1992: Andrew and Iniki One Year Later (ASCE 1993), Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other , J. E. Minor, J. R. McDonald, and T. A. Reinhold, 1981: Valuable information form wind-caused damage in Hurri- Structures (ASCE 1996), Wind Engineering: A Hand- cane Frederic. Preprints, Fourth U.S. National Convention book for Structural Engineers (Liu 1991), and Wind on Wind Engineering Research, Seattle, WA, Univ. of Wash- Effects on Structure (Simiu and Scanlan 1996). ington, 42-45. —James R. McDonald. NRC, 1974: Design Basis Tornado for Nuclear Power Plants. Regulatory Guide 1.76, Directorate of Regulatory Standards, James R. McDonald is a professor of civil engineer- Nuclear Regulatory Commission (formerly U.S. Atomic En- ergy Commission), 3 pp. ing and the director of the Institute for Disaster Re- , 1981: Standard review plan. Rep. NUREG-0800, Office of search at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. Nuclear Reactor Regulation, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 3.5.1.4-6. Reinhold, T. A., and B. R. Ellingwood, 1982: Tornado damage Reference s risk assessment. Center for Building Technology, National Bureau of Standards, 55 pp. Segner, E. P., 1960: Estimates of minimum wind forces causing Abbey, R. F., and T. T. Fujita, 1975: Use of tornado path length structural damage. The Tornadoes at Dallas, Texas, April 2, and gradations of damage to assess tornado intensity probabili- 1957. U.S. Weather Bureau Res. Paper 41, 169-175. ties. Preprints, Ninth Conference on Severe Local Storms, Simiu, E., and R. Scanlan, 1996: Wind Effects on Structures, 3d Norman, OK, Amer. Meteor. Soc., 286-292. ed. John Wiley & Sons, 688 pp. ANS, 1983: American National Standard for estimating tornado Thom, H. C. S., 1963: Tornado probabilities. Mon. Wea. Rev., and extreme wind characteristics at nuclear power sites. 91, 730-736. American Nuclear Society Rep. ANS 2.3, 11 pp. Twisdale, L. A., and W. L. Dunn, 1983: Probabilistic analysis of ANSI, 1972: Building code requirements for minimum design tornado wind risks. J. Struct. Eng., 109, 469-488. loads in buildings and other structures. American National Van Tassel, E. L., 1955: The north Platte Valley tornado outbreak Standard Rep. ANSI A58.1-1972, American National Stan- of June 27, 1955. Mon. Wea. Rev., 83, 255-264. dards Institute, 60 pp. Wegener, A., 1917: Wind and Wasserhosen in Europa. ASCE, 1993: Hurricanes of 1992: Andrew and Iniki one year Braunschweig, 301 pp. later. Proc. of the ASCE Conf on Hurricanes of1992, Miami, Wolford, L. V., 1960: Tornado occurrences in the United States. FL, American Society of Civil Engineers, 216 pp. Revised ed., U.S. Weather Bureau Tech. Paper 20., 47 pp. • , 1996: Minimum design loads for buildings and other struc- tures. American Society of Civil Engineers Rep. ASCE 7-95, 214 pp. Church, C., D. Burgess, C. Doswell, and R. Davies-Jones, Eds., 1993: The Tornado, Its Structure, Dynamics, Prediction and Hazards. American Geophysical Union, 637 pp. FDCA, 1992: Hurricane Andrew: Workshop on state-wide rec- ommendations for building codes. Florida Department of Milto n R. Beycho k Community Affairs Rep., 7 pp. 223 3 Martin St., Unit 205 , Irvine, C A 927 1 5 Flora, S. D., 1954: Tornadoes of the United States. University of Telephone: 714-833-8871 Oklahoma Press, 79-80. Fujita, T. T., D. Bradbury, and P. Black, 1967: Estimations of Gordo n an d Breac h Scienc e Publishers tornado wind speed from characteristic ground marks. SMRP P.O. Box 200029 , Riverfront Plaza Sta. Rep. 69, p. 19. Newark , NJ 0710 2 Golden, J. H., and E. Kessler, 1976: An assessment of windspeeds Telephone: 201-643-7500 in tornadoes. Proc. Symp. on Tornadoes: An Assessment of Technology and Implications for Man, Lubbock, TX, Texas Tech Univ., 5-42. Springer-Verla g Howe, G. M., 1974: Tornado path size. J. Appl. Meteor., 13,343- 1 7 5 Fifth Ave., Ne w York, NY 1 00 1 0 Telephone: 212-460-1500 Liu, H., 1991: Wind Engineering: A Handbook for Structural Engineers. Prentice Hall, 450 pp. Time-Lif e Book s McDonald, J. R., 1983: A methodology for tornado hazard prob- 77 7 Duke St., Alexandria , VA 2231 4 ability assessment. Rep. NUREG/CR-3058, U.S. Nuclear Telephone: 800-621-7026 Reglatory Commission, 61 pp. Mehta, K. C., 1976: Windspeed estimates: Engineering analysis. 98 Vol. 78,, No . 1, January 1997

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