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Hurricane Katrina and its Effects on Public

Libraries: In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina, one of the extremely destructive and deadly tropical cyclone which influenced landfall along the Gulf coast, becoming to be notorious for the impacts and decimation it brought to Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, south and central Florida, Bahamas. Notwithstanding to Katrina’s phenomenal impacts, the state and the federal government inefficient preparations […]

Pages: 2 Words: 573 Topics: Disasters, Hurricane Katrina, Natural Disaster, Natural Hazards, New Orleans, Seasons, Tropical Cyclone

Hurricanes: Deadly and Powerful, but Predictable

These catastrophic events can be predicted and prepared for. Hurricane Katrina, however, dealt immense damage. In New Orleans, Louisiana, 2005, citizens were being warned of a disaster so horrible that it would change their lives forever. This event was Hurricane Katrina which lasted from August 23-31. This hurricane was the twelfth one of the season […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1141 Topics: Disasters, Hurricane Katrina, Natural Disaster, Natural Hazards, New Orleans, Seasons, Tropical Cyclone
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Hurricane Katrina Deaths

Hurricane Katrina surfaced around the Bahamas on August 23, 2005. It was a very traumatizing storm and it killed many people. There are many different conclusions on how many people actually died. Katrina hit many places in its path, leaving people with absolutely nothing. The O’Colley discovered 3 sources and analyzed the information, and the […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1358 Topics: Disasters, Hurricane Katrina, Natural Disaster, Natural Hazards, Seasons, Tropical Cyclone

Hurricane Katrina: Causes and Effects

In late August of 2005, a hurricane surfaced over the Bahamas, approximately 350 miles East of Miami. This hurricane was not only the largest, but the strongest to ever make landfall in the United States. When all was said and done, a little over a week later, there were roughly 1,836 lives taken. After impacting […]

Pages: 2 Words: 682 Topics: Disasters, Hurricane Katrina, Natural Disaster, Natural Hazards, Seasons, Tropical Cyclone, Wind

How Hurricane Katrina Affected the People of New Orleans

Hurricane Katrina was the storm that wiped New Orleans off the map in 2005. hurricane Katrina starts off as a tropical depression on Tuesday, August 23rd. katrina made two landfalls the first one was on the southeast Florida coast on August 25th as a Category 1 hurricane with 80mph winds and soon after the storm […]

Pages: 2 Words: 676 Topics: Disasters, Hurricane Katrina, Natural Disaster, Natural Hazards, Seasons, Tropical Cyclone
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