|United States Department of Commerce|
|National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration|
The day after Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the U.S. Gulf Coast NOAA began aerial photography flights of the affected areas. The NOAA Cessna Citation aircraft flew two to three missions each day only stopping to re-fuel. Nearly 7,000 aerial images were produced from these missions.
Buoy reports (wind speed, sea-level pressure,wave data)
Environmental Impacts of Hurricane Katrina report
National Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Report PDF
Impact Assessment - NOAA National Coastal Data Development Center
National Climatic Data Center Special ReportPDF (5MB file)
NOAA Coast Survey - Coast Pilot Disaster Impact Website
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