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  1. Hurricane Katrina

  2. Tropical Storm Katrina [the early days] http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/TROP/DATA/RT/FLOAT/VIS/20.jpg

  3. Katrina’s Path www.wunderground.com/hurricane/at200512.asp

  4. http://www.stormtracker.noaa.gov/stormtracker-katrina.htm

  5. Hurricane Katrina to hit New Orleans? • NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana (CNN) -- A solemn New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin ordered evacuations Sunday as his city faced its worst fear -- the threat of a direct hit from a major hurricane that could swamp the low-lying city. August 28, 2005

  6. Katrina, Satellite Image

  7. Evacuating Before the Hurricane HitsDiamond Fowler of California drags her bag, as she and her family walk to the Louisiana Superdome Sunday [August 28, 2005]. http://www.cnn.com/2005/WEATHER/08/28/hurricane.katrina/index.html Video “Worst Case Scenario”

  8. NOAA HURRICANE HUNTER PILOT CAPTURES KATRINA AT HER MEANEST Sept. 1, 2005 — NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft conducted ten long flights into and around the eye of Hurricane Katrina. Lt. Mike Silah got to see Hurricane Katrina up close and personal, especially when she was an extremely dangerous Category Five storm in the Gulf of Mexico. The day before the powerful and destructive storm made landfall on the USA Gulf Coast, Silah snapped a series of images capturing the eyewall of Katrina.

  9. NOAA Hurricane Hunters www.hurricanes.noaa.com

  10. Eyewall on August 28, 2005, a day before it hit the U.S. Gulf Coast www.hurricanes.noaa.com

  11. Swirling clouds of the eyewall at Category 5. www.hurricanes.noaa.com

  12. www.hurricanes.noaa.com

  13. www.hurricanes.noaa.com

  14. The eyewall of Katrina [Category 5]; note the swirling clouds. www.hurricanes.noaa.com

  15. Canal Street in New Orleans is empty except for the debris of thrown trees as Hurricane Katrina pounds the Crescent City on Monday, Aug. 29, 2005. August 29, 2005Katrina hits New Orleans www.nola.com

  16. Floodwaters surround a car in Uptown New Orleans early Monday, Aug. 29, 2005 as high winds and rain batter the Louisiana coast as Hurricane Katrina makes landfall. AP/Dave Martin www.nola.com

  17. Blair Quintana, right, and Patrick Lampano seek shelter in a doorway in the French Quarter of New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina pounds the Crescent City on Monday, Aug. 29, 2005.AP/Dave Martin www.nola.com

  18. The waters of Lake Pontchartrain surge over a road early Monday, Aug. 29, 2005 in Lacombe, La., as Hurricane Katrina moved ashore about 100 miles away.AP Photo/Mari Darr-Welch www.nola.com

  19. A downed tree rests on a truck as winds from Hurricane Katrina began to increase Monday, Aug. 29, 2005 in Lacombe, La.AP Photo/Mari Darr-Welch www.nola.com

  20. Hurricane Katrina pounds New Orleans early Monday, Aug. 29, 2005. St. Louis Cemetery is in the foreground.AP Photo/Dave Martin www.nola.com

  21. High winds and rain pound the Louisiana Superdome as Hurricane Katrina makes landfall along the Louisiana coast on Monday, Aug. 29, 2005. Officials report that part of the roof of the Superdome, which is housing some 10,000 evacuees, is leaking.AP Photo/Dave Martin www.nola.com

  22. Charles Anslum rides his bike through downtown Morgan City, La., as Hurricane Katrina makes landfall Monday, Aug. 29, 2005.AP Photo/David J. Phillip www.nola.com

  23. Waves crash against a boat washed onto Highway 80 as Hurricane Katrina hits the Gulf Coast Monday, Aug. 29, 2005 in Gulfport, Miss.AP Photo/John Bazemore www.nola.com

  24. Valence St. in Uptown New Orleans, following Katrina.Chris Mercadel/New Orleans www.nola.com

  25. Cadiz St. in Uptown New Orleans, following Katrina.Chris Mercadel/New Orleans www.nola.com

  26. A SUV is surrounded by downed trees in Walker.Andrew Gross www.nola.com

  27. Hurricane Katrina flooded yards on Hastings Street in Metairie.Alice Keife www.nola.com

  28. New Orleans residents are rescued by helicopter from the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005 in New Orleans. AP Photo/David J. Phillip www.nola.com

  29. Two residents take refuge on their rooftop after the hurricane caused severe flooding in New Orleans. www.cnn.com

  30. Hurricane Damage • http://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_news

  31. http://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_newshttp://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_news

  32. An SUV is crushed by fallen bricks after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans Monday. www.cnn.com

  33. Cars are almost submerged in this parking lot in Mobile, Alabama, caused by a storm surge. www.cnn.com

  34. Before and After Flooding

  35. Water flows over a levee on the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal in New Orleans, Louisiana, August 30.Officials say the New Orleans levee system wasn't built to withstand a storm of Katrina's size.Photograph by Smiley N. Pool/Dallas Morning News/Corbis http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/09/0902_050902_katrina_levees.html

  36. Damage from broken Levees • http://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_news

  37. http://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_newshttp://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_news

  38. http://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_newshttp://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_news

  39. SLIDESHOWS • http://www.weather.com/newscenter/tropical/?from=wxcenter_news

  40. New Orleans Before… http://www.nasa.gov/vision/earth/lookingatearth/gulfcoast_flood.html

  41. New Orleans After Flooding http://www.nasa.gov/vision/earth/lookingatearth/gulfcoast_flood.html

  42. New Orleans residents wait to be rescued from the floodwaters of Hurricane Katrina Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2005 in New Orleans. AP Photo/David J. Phillip www.nola.com

  43. Urgent URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEW ORLEANS LASunday, Aug. 28, 2005 at 6:56 PM MOST OF THE AREA WILL BE UNINHABITABLE FOR WEEKS...PERHAPS LONGER. AT LEAST ONE HALF OF WELL CONSTRUCTED HOMES WILL HAVE ROOF AND WALL FAILURE. ALL GABLED ROOFS WILL FAIL...LEAVING THOSE HOMES SEVERELY DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. THE MAJORITY OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS WILL BECOME NON FUNCTIONAL. PARTIAL TO COMPLETE WALL AND ROOF FAILURE IS EXPECTED. ALL WOOD FRAMED LOW RISING APARTMENT BUILDINGS WILL BE DESTROYED. CONCRETE BLOCK LOW RISE APARTMENTS WILL SUSTAIN MAJOR DAMAGE...INCLUDING SOME WALL AND ROOF FAILURE. HIGH RISE OFFICE AND APARTMENT BUILDINGS WILL SWAY DANGEROUSLY...A FEW TO THE POINT OF TOTAL COLLAPSE.

  44. Hurricane Katrinaand its aftermath. An interdisciplinary, critical inquiry.

  45. Landfall

  46. The Water is Rising

  47. Flooding the French Quarter A city built below sea level is sustained by a complex system of dams serving as a buffer against storm surges and the wetlands of the Mississippi Delta.

  48. Boats travel flooded streets

  49. New Orleans Superdome