Professional Contributions

Peer-reviewed contributions in the open literature (including journal articles and book chapters, refereed proceedings and extended abstracts, and juried technical reports.)

Hanson, H.P., J.H. Van Zwieten, and G.M. Alsenas, 2015: Ocean current energy conversion. Chapter 48 of: Handbook of Ocean Engineering, M.R. Dhanak and N.I. Xiros , Eds., Springer Publishing, New York, 1500pp.

Mulcan, A., D. Mitsova, T. Hindle, H. Hanson, and C. Coley, 2015: Marine benthic habitats and seabed suitability mapping for potential ocean current energy siting offshore Southeast Florida. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 3, 276-298; doi:10.3390/jmse3020276.

Hanson, H.P., 2014: Gulf Stream energy resources: North Atlantic flow volume increases create more power. Ocean Engineering, 87, 78-83.

Hanson, H.P., 2013: Subsurface mooring stability in the presence of vertical shear. Marine Technology Society Journal, 47(4), 18-22.

Zhou, F., H. Mahfuz, G.M. Alsenas, and H.P. Hanson, 2013: Static and fatigue analysis of composite turbine blades under random ocean currents. Marine Technology Society Journal, 47(2), 59-69.

Hanson, H.P., S.K. Skemp, and C.E. Coley, 2013: Marine renewable energy: Educating the workforce. Marine Technology, 57(3), 71-76.

Hanson, H.P., 2012: Hydrokinetic energy in the Sunshine State: Challenges of Florida's unique renewable resource. Technology & Innovation -- Proceedings of the National Academy of Inventors, 14, 93-102.

Hanson, H.P., A.E. Smentek-Duerr, and J.H. VanZwieten, Jr., 2012: Variability in the Florida Current: Implications for Power Generation. In: Proceedings, World Renewable Energy Forum 2012, 13-17 May 2012, Denver, Colorado, American Solar Energy Society.

Nagurny, J., L. Martel, E. Jansen, A. Plumb, P. Gray-Hann, D. Heimiller, L.T. Rauchenstein, and H.P. Hanson, 2011: Modeling global ocean thermal energy resources. Proceedings, IEEE OCEANS 11 Kona, ISBN: 978-1-4577-1427-6.

VanZwieten, J.H., L.T. Rauchenstein, H.P. Hanson, and M.H. Dhanak, 2011: Assessment of HYCOM as a tool for estimating Florida's OTEC potential. Proceedings, IEEE OCEANS 11 Kona, ISBN: 978-1-4577-1427-6.

Rauchenstein, L.T., J.H. vanZwieten, Jr., and H.P. Hanson, 2011: Model-based global assessment of OTEC resources with data validation off Southeast Florida. Proceedings, IEEE OCEANS 11 Santander, DOI: 10.1109/Oceans-Spain.2011.6003534. 

Hanson, H.P., 2011: Marine renewable energy: A Florida reality check. Sea Technology, 52(4), 13-20.

Hanson, H.P., A. Bozec, and A.E.S. Duerr, 2011: The Florida Current: A clean but challenging energy resource. Eos: Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 92, 29-30.

Sloan, J.C., T.M. Khoshgoftaar, and H. Hanson, 2010: Formalizing fault trees for remote ocean systems. Proceedings, 16th International ISSAT on Reliability and Quality in Design, 5-7 August, 2010, International Society of Science and Applied Technologies, 324-328.

Hanson, H.P., S.H. Skemp, G.M. Alsenas, and C.E. Coley, 2010: Power from the Florida Current: A new perspective on an old vision. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 91, 861-867.

Hanson, H.P., 2009: Diversified renewables. EnergyBiz, 6(4), p. 52.

Hanson, H.P., 2004: Review of Red Sky at Morning: America and the Crisis of the Global Environment by James Gustave Speth [ISBN 0-300-10232-1]. Environmental Science & Policy, 8, 201-202.

Elliott, S.M., and H.P. Hanson, 2003: Syndication of the earth system: The future of geoscience? Environmental Science and Policy 6, 457-463.

Hanson, H.P., 2003: Down from the ivory tower: Climate science faces the real world. TheScientificWorldJOURNAL, 3, 354-356.

Johnston, N.A.C., D.R. Blake, F.S. Rowland, S. Elliott, K.S. Lackner, H.J. Ziock, M.K. Dubey, H.P. Hanson, and S. Barr, 2003: Chemical transport modeling of potential atmospheric CO2 sinks. Energy Conversion and Management, 44, 681-689.

Hanson, H.P., and S.M. Elliott, 2002: View from aFAR: Increasing relevance of climate research. Directions in Science, 1, 33-37.

Hanson, H.P., 2002: Radiative destabilization in clear-sky cooling calculations. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 83, 111-112.

Elliott, S., K.S. Lackner, H.J. Ziock, M.K. Dubey, H.P. Hanson, S. Barr, N.A. Ciszkowski, and D.R. Blake, 2001: Compensation of atmospheric CO2 buildup through engineered chemical sinkage. Geophysical Research Letters, 28, 1235-1238.

Hanson, H.P., M.M. Bradley, J.E. Bossert, R.R. Linn, and L.W. Younker, 2000: The potential and promise of physics-based wildfire simulation. Environmental Science and Policy,3, 161-172.

Hanson, H.P., 2000: Environmental science for Y2K and beyond. Environmental Science and Policy, 3, 3-4.

Elliott, S., D.R. Blake, H.P. Hanson, and F.S. Rowland, 1999: Fueling Asian modernization. Environmental Science and Policy, 2, 1-4.

Knapp, K.G., B.B. Balsley, M.L. Jensen, H.P. Hanson, and J.W. Birks, 1998: Observation of the transport of polluted air masses from the Northeastern United States to Cape Sable Island, Nova Scotia, Canada during the 1993 North Atlantic Regional Experiment Summer Intensive. Journal of Geophysical Research (D), 103, 13,399-14,312.

Hanson, H.P., F. Horsfall, and R. Bleck, 1997: The effect of variable atmospheric forcing on oceanic subduction of a passive tracer in a numerical model: Implications for global warming. Extended Abstracts, Seventh Conference on Climate Variations of the American Meteorological Society, Long Beach CA February 2-7, 1997, J79-J82.

Hanson, H.P., 1995: Fuzzy cloud concepts for assessing radiation feedbacks. In Climate -Radiation Feedbacks: The Current State of the Science. DOE/ER-0661T, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Washington DC, pp. 44-47. [Also in: Elements of Change 1994, S.J. Hassol and J. Katzenberger, Eds. Aspen Global Change Institute, Aspen, CO. 44-47.]

Hanson, H.P., 1993: A survey of employment opportunities in the atmospheric sciences, 1981-1991. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 74, 1051-1056.

Hanson, H.P., C.S. Hanson, and B.H. Yoo, 1992: Recent Great Lakes ice trends. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 73, 577-584 (w/ cover).

Hanson, H.P., 1991: Air-sea interaction. In: Encyclopedia of Earth Systems Science, Volume 1, W. A. Nierenberg, Ed., Academic Press, San Diego, 61-69.

Davidson, K.L., P. Boyle, C. Gautier, H.P. Hanson, S.J.S. Khalsa, and D. Rogers, 1991: Descriptive meteorology during FASINEX, medium to large-scale variability. Journal of Geophysical Research (C), 96, 8531-8551.

Hanson, H.P., P. Cornillon, G. Halliwell, and V. Halliwell, 1991: Climatological perspectives, oceanographic and meteorological, on variability in the Northwest Atlantic. Journal of Geophysical Research (C), 96, 8517-8529.

Hanson, H.P., 1991: Marine stratocumulus climatologies. International Journal of Climatology, 11, 147-164.

Hanson, H.P., 1991: Cloud albedo control by cloud-top entrainment. Tellus, 43A, 37-48.

Derr, V.E., R.S. Stone, L.S. Fedor, and H.P. Hanson, 1990: A parameterization for the shortwave transmissivity of stratiform water clouds based on empirical data and radiative transfer theory. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 47, 2774-2783.

Bleck, R., H.P. Hanson, D. Hu, and E.B. Kraus, 1989: Mixed-layer/thermocline interactions in a three-dimensional isopycnic coordinate model. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 19, 1417-1439.

Hanson, H.P., 1989: Mechanics of chemical species transport in the marine atmospheric boundary layer. Extended Abstracts, Symposium on the Role of Clouds in Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Climate of the American Meteorological Society, Jan 29 - Feb 3, 1989, Anaheim, CA, 272-275.

Kraus, E.B., R. Bleck, and H.P. Hanson, 1988: The inclusion of a surface mixed layer in a large-scale circulation model. In: Small-Scale Turbulence and Mixing in the Ocean, J.C.J. Nihoul and B.M. Jamart, Eds., [Proceedings of the 19th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics], Elsevier, Amsterdam, 51-62.

Hanson, H.P., 1988: FASINEX climatology from the COADS. Extended Abstracts, Seventh Conference on Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction of the American Meteorological Society, February 1-5, 1988, Anaheim, CA, 41-44.

Hanson, H.P., 1987: Airborne science without fixed wings: Oceanographic research analogues. Extended Abstracts, 2nd Airborne Science Workshop, February 3-6, 1987, Miami, Fl.

Hanson, H.P., and V.E. Derr, 1987: Parameterization of radiative flux profiles within layer clouds. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology, 26, 1511-1521.

Long, B., and H.P. Hanson, 1987: East Asian cyclogenesis and the Southern Oscillation. In: Climate of China and Global Climate, Ye Duzheng, et al., Eds., Springer-Verlag, New York, pp 237-246.

Hanson, H.P., 1987: Response of marine atmospheric boundary layer height to sea-surface temperature changes: Mixed-layer theory. Journal of Geophysical Research (C), 92, 8226-8230.

Hanson, H.P., 1987: Reinterpretation of cloud-topped mixed-layer entrainment closure. Tellus, 39A, 215-225.

Hanson, H.P., 1987: Radiative/turbulent transfer interactions in layer clouds. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 44, 1287-1295.

Derr, V.E., and H.P. Hanson, 1985: Experimental optical and microphysical properties of clouds pertinent to radiative transfer, In: IRS '84: Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation, G. Fiocco, Ed., A. Deepak Publishing, Hampton, Va.,167-170.

Hanson, H.P., 1985: Radiation and turbulent entrainment in stratiform clouds. Extended Abstracts, Seventh Symposium on Turbulence and Diffusion of the American Meteorological Society, November 12-15, 1985, Boulder, Co., 51-54.

Hanson, H.P., and B. Long, 1985: Climatology of cyclogenesis over the East China Sea. Monthly Weather Review, 113, 697-707.

Hanson, H.P., 1984: Stratocumulus instability reconsidered: A search for physical mechanisms. Tellus, 36A, 355-368.

Hanson, H.P., 1984: On mixed-layer modeling of the stratocumulus-topped marine boundary layer. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 41, 1226-1234.

Kraus, E.B., and H.P. Hanson, 1983: On westward propagation of sea-surface temperature anomalies in the Equatorial Pacific. In: Hydrodynamics of the Tropical Ocean, Ed. by J.C.J. Nihoul, [Proceedings of the 14th International Liege Colloquium on Ocean Hydrodynamics], Elsevier, Amsterdam, 197-217.

Hanson, H.P., 1983: Equatorial waves in the presence of air-sea heat exchange. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 13, 1170-1178.

Kraus, E.B., and H.P. Hanson, 1983: Air-sea interaction as a propagator of equatorial ocean surface temperature anomalies. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 13, 130-138.

Kraus, E.B., and H.P. Hanson (Eds.), 1982: Climatic Variability in the Oceans, Progress in Oceanography, 11, (2).

Hanson, H.P.,1982: EPOCS-1981 Summary data report: Aircraft measurements of radiation, turbulent transport and profiles in the atmospheric and oceanic boundary layers of the Pacific off California. NOAA Technical Memorandum ERL ESG-1, 157 pp.

Hanson, H.P., and P.L. Gruber, 1982: Effect of marine stratocumulus clouds on the ocean-surface heat budget. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 39, 897-908.

Hanson, H.P., 1982: Note on mixed layer entrainment closure. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 39, 470-473.

Hanson, H.P., 1981: On mixing by trade-wind cumuli. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 38, 1003-1014.

Hanson, H.P., 1981: Note on stratocumulus instability. Tellus, 33, 109-112.

Hanson, H.P., 1979: Response of subtropical marine boundary-layer cloudiness to large-scale forcing. Ph.D. Dissertation, Division of Meteorology and Physical Oceanography, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Miami, Coral Gables, 148pp.

Levine, J., R.B. Hendl, H.P. Cole, R.R. Vondrak, O.B. Toon, and H.P. Hanson, 1974: Possible relationships between solar activity and meteorological phenomena. Eos: Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 55, 524-527.

Levine, J., R.B. Hendl, H.P. Cole, R.R. Vondrak, O.B. Toon, and H.P. Hanson, 1974: Conference summary, Symposium on Possible Relationships Between Solar Activity and Meteorological Phenomena. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 55, 133-139.

Kraus, E.B., and H.P. Hanson, 1974: Climatological aspects of the tropical convective boundary layer. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 6, 219-233.