- Rapid Environmental Assessment by Jurgen Sellschopp. Naval Forces, Vol. XX #3 1999, pp. 110-115.
- The destruction of the French warship Droits de L'Homme, 14 January 1797: The climatic background to a famous event in English naval history by Dennis A. Wheeler
in Weather, V. 50, #5 (May 1999), pp. 134-141.
- Photo Mission: Truk by John Bishop in Naval History, Feb 1999 (V.13#1), pp. 43-46.
Weather front complicates Marine photo recon in SW Pacific in WWII.
- The Bantry Bay Incident, December 1796: An example of climatic influence in the age of sail by Dennis A. Wheeler
in Weather, V. 50, #7 (July 1998), pp. 201-208.
Group WOTON and the Battle for Convoy SC 104 by Robert C. Fisher
in The Mariner's Mirror, Feb 1998, pp. 64-75.
Weather affects the use of radar and has dramatically different results on successive nights.
- A momentous forecast: Further thoughts on the D-Day predictions by Adrian Gordon
in Weather, V. 51 #2 (Feb 1996), pp. 71-74.
- The ill-fated first UK weather ships by R. J. Cogan
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