HRD

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HRDHuman Resource Development
HRDHood River Distillers (Hood River, OR)
HRDHuman Resources Department
HRDHurricane Research Division
HRDHypertension Renal Disease
HRDHypothetical Reference Decoder
HRDHonda Racing Development
HRDHidden Read Only Directory
HRDHigh Rate Detector
HRDHigh Resolution Diagnostic Diskette
HRDHuman Relations Department (various locations)
HRDhypothetical reference decoder (digital TV)
HRDHwa Rang Do (martial arts)
HRDHigh Rate Detector (Cassini mission)
HRDHuman Rights Defender
HRDHoge Raad Voor Diamant (Diamond High Council, Belgium)
HRDHuman Resources Directorate
HRDHuman Resource Division
HRDHertzsprung-Russell Diagram (astronomy)
HRDHazard Ratios of Death (survival analysis)
HRDHigh Rate Data
HRDHeat-Related Death (mortality)
HRDHigh Rate Dosimeter (US NASA)
HRDHannaford Bros. Co.
HRDHypoparathyroidism-Retardation-Dysmorphism Syndrome
HRDHonda Racing Development Ltd (UK)
HRDHigh Resolution Display
HRDHuman Rights Desk (Pakistan)
HRDHealth and Retirement Study
HRDHome Retention Division (finance industry)
HRDHigh Rate Demultiplexer
HRDHardware Requirements Document
HRDHigh-Rate Decorrelator
HRDHigh-Rate Dischargeability
HRDHardware Release Document (Ciena)
HRDHarm Reduction Development Program
HRDHawaii Renewable Development
HRDHigh Rate Pregnancy
HRDHorizontal Refractivity Depiction
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Scientists' blissful disregard for the all-too-apparent dangers of these killer storms comes through quite clearly as Stan Goldenberg, a meteorologist at the Hurricane Research Division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Key Biscayne, Fla., gleefully recounts his personal experiences.
While a research meteorologist at the Hurricane Research Division (HRD) from 1995 through 2005, Landsea participated in the HRD Hurricane Field Program by flying in the NOAA Orion P-3 aircraft and the NOAA Gulfstream IV jet into and around 15 Atlantic hurricanes (including Gilbert, Opal, Georges, Charley, Jeanne, Ivan, and Katrina) for research and forecasting purposes.
of NOAA's Hurricane Research Division in Miami estimated rain amounts dumped by the cyclones and total worldwide rainfall for 1998-2007.
"The hurricanes offer us an opportunity to make measurements we've never made before," said Peter Black of NOAA's Hurricane Research Division in Miami.
TC structure is evaluated through comparison of forecasts with three-dimensional Doppler radar from P-3 flights by NOAA's Hurricane Research Division (HRD).
Goldenberg, a meteorologist at NOAA's Hurricane Research Division in Miami.
He and coauthor Jun Zhang of NOAA's Hurricane Research Division studied data taken from 25 hurricane hunter flights in 2003 and 2004 and a research buoy in the Pacific Ocean situated 100-300 kilometers away from passing storms.
Willoughby, acting director of the Hurricane Research Division in Miami.
Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland; Black*--SAIC, Monterey, California; Dunion--NOAA/Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory/ Hurricane Research Division, Cooperative Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Studies, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Miami, Florida; Emanuel--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Majumdar--University of Miami, Miami, Florida; Moore--NCAR, Boulder, Colorado; Pu--University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; Rogers--NOAA/Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory/Hurricane Research Division, Miami, Florida; Tripoli--University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin; Zhang--University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, Maryland
13, says Hugh Willoughby of the Hurricane Research Division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Miami.