“HURRICANE KATRINA” Now labeled as the worst hurricane since records began in the United States. The Hurricane Katrina disaster was aCategory 5 hurricane with maximum sustained winds at 160- 175 mph. http://Hurricanehistory.com
“HURRICANE KATRINA” “Hurricane Katrina was so horrific it took many lives which is documented here. Hurricane Katrina was a hurricane which also created astorm surge with twenty six feet, than it nlew into the coastalcitiy of Gulfport, Mississippi damaging homes on the beach front. Data collected from cite http://www.Hurricanehistory.com.
“HURRICANE KATRINA” Another hurricane noted in this research paper is “Hurricane Betsy” one of the first hurricanes in the United States which hit in 1965. http://www.Hurricanehistory.com.
“HURRICANE CAMILLE” Category 5 Hurricane Camille was the second worst storm on record in the United States, in 1969 with 174 miles per hour winds and a 20 foot storm surge. http://Hurricanehistory.com
“HURRICANE KATRINA” “Hurricane Katrina Landfall”, August 8,2005 This hurricane affected areas in Louisiana Mississippi, Alabama and also the Northwest Florida coast of the Gulf of Mexico. http://www.Hurricanehistory.com
“HURRICANE KATRINA” More data collected from the cite http://www.Hurricanehistory.com In 2005 New Orleans, Mayor Mr. Nagin ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city.
“HURRICANE KATRINA” Hurricane Katrina was a tropical cyclone also a very expensive dangerous disaster. http://www.Hurricanehistory.com.
“HURRICANE KATRINA” On June 6, 2011 Mayor Ray Nagin became a Natural Disaster consultant and public speaker reported on cite http://www.Britannica.com.
“HURRICANE KATRINA” In my conclusion I found that , maybe this could have been avoided if moreresearch of our history was studied by storm chasers whom could have warned us ahead of time of some similarities of the past hurricanes.
“HURRICANE KATRINA” The “Superdome” survived after effects of the hurricane katrina. Because the hurricane katrina happened in “2005” in “New Orleans”. Thelevees that were built for protection in 1899, were too weak to withstand“Hurricane Katrina”. http://www.DonWildmanHistory.com.