User:Jason Rees

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"Jason Rees."
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About me

My name is Jason Rees and have been an editor on Wikipedia for about ten years now. I started to follow tropical cyclones after tracking Hurricane Katrina and the rest of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season and subsequently created an account during August 2006. Over the years I have enjoyed researching various things and have helped to expand out Wikipedia's coverage of tropical cyclones in the Southern Hemisphere and the South Pacific. I have also researched the History of tropical cyclone naming over the last few years, as I find the whole topic fascinating. My latest main project is researching and cataloguing the impacts that the 2014–16 El Niño event has had on the world. Other projects include researching older South Pacific tropical cyclones and continuing the research on Tropical Cyclone naming. Away from Wiki: I regularly participate in the tropical cyclone groups on Facebook and am one of the Admins for the Pacific Typhoon Season, Indian Ocean Tropical Cyclone Season, South Pacific Tropical Cyclone Season and various other groups.

Articles

Featured content
Featured content

Cyclone GonuCyclone Rewa

Good articles
Good articles
Storms:Cyclone Anne1990 Andhra Pradesh cycloneCyclone SinaCyclone TiaCyclone Wasa–ArthurCyclone JoniCyclone HinaCyclone KeliCyclone OseaCyclone Alan (1998)Cyclone Xavier (2006)Cyclone DamanCyclone GeneTyphoon Rammasun (2008)Tropical Storm Matmo (2008)Cyclone Lin (2009)Typhoon Choi-wan (2009)September 2009 Vietnam tropical depression
Seasons:1990–91 South Pacific cyclone season1994–95 South Pacific cyclone season1995–96 South Pacific cyclone season

Sandboxes

These are articles or ideas for articles that I am working on but are not ready for publication and thus any information in them should be treated with caution.

External Links

This section is designed as a handy area so that i can find information quickly, when I am accessing Wikipedia from other computers.
WMO - WMO TCP, Typhoon Committee (WPAC), Panel on Tropical Cyclones (NIO)
RSMC/TCWCs - National Hurricane, Central Pacific, Japan, India, Reunion, Indonesia, Australia, Fiji, New Zealand
WPAC NMHSS - Met Office, JTWC, NWS Guam, PAGASA, Taiwan CWB, HKO, CMA STI, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam China
SPAC NMHSS - Solomons, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Tonga, Cook Islands, NIMS, French Polynesia
NDMOs - Philippines NDRRMC, Japan FDMA, Fiji NDMO, Reliefweb
Advisory archives - Unisys, WX Trop, MT Archive, Temporary TC advisory archive, NRL, NHC
Newspaper archives - Trove News Archive, Australian Newspapers.com, Newspapers.com, Fairfax News Store
Other links - IRC, GMDSS, NRL imagery, Dundee, Pacific Disaster Net,
Running Best Tracks - JTWC/NHC RBT, NHC RBT.

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Unified login: Jason Rees is the unique login of this user for all public Wikimedia projects.
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