Peer Reviewed Books and Book Chapters
Laing, Arlene, and Jenni L. Evans, 2015: Introduction to tropical meteorology, 2nd Edition (updated). Peer-reviewed online textbook. Each chapter is freely available online in both Spanish and English. Produced by the COMET Program. Available at http://www.meted.ucar.edu/tropical/textbook_2nd_edition/.
Evans, Jenni L., 2014: Tropical Cyclone Intensity, Structure, and Structure Change. In Global Guide to Tropical Cyclone Forecasting, C. P. Guard (Chief Editor). World Meteorological Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland. Available from http://cawcr.gov.au/projects/SatRainVal/GlobalTCGuidance/GlobalGuide.html.
Evans, Jenni L., and Robert E. Hart, 2006: Extratropical transition of tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic. Advances in Fluid Mechanics 39, Atmosphere–Ocean Interactions, Volume 2. WIT Press, Southhampton, UK, 155-189. Will Perry (Ed).Evans, Jenni L., 2001: Hurricanes, Typhoons and Tropical Storms: A Theoretical Review. In Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, T. Munn, M. C. MacCracken and J. S. Perry (Eds), John Wiley and Sons, London UK.
Technical Reports and
Published Reviews (excluding funding agency reports)
Evans, J. L., 2001: Book review of “Hurricanes, Their nature and impacts on society” by R. A. Pielke Jr. and R. Pielke Sr. Climatic Change, 49, 367-369.
King C., R. Harmon, T. Bullard, J. Evans, W. Hollowell, J. Juvik, R. Johnson and M. Larsen, 1999: A technical analysis of Puerto Rico and Hawai'i for tropical testing of Army materiel and systems. Technical report, Environmental Systems Branch, U.S. Army Research Office, Research Triangle Park, NC, March 1999.
King C., R. Harmon, T. Bullard, J. Evans, R. Johnson and M. Larsen, 1998: A technical analysis to identify ideal geographic locations for tropical testing of Army materiel and systems. Technical report, Environmental Systems Branch, U.S. Army Research Office, Research Triangle Park, NC, July 1998.Evans, J. L., 1990: Envisaged impacts of enhanced greenhouse warming in tropical cyclones in the Australian region. CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research Technical Paper No. 20, 31pp.