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Hurricane Katrina Series

The MCEER special report series "Engineering and Organizational Issues Before, During and After Hurricane Katrina" presents the findings from the field reconnaissance mission.Topics include advanced damage detection using remote sensing, damage to engineered structures, organizational decision making primarily in hospitals, and environmental and public health issues.

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Damage to Engineered Bridges from Wind, Storm Surge and Debris in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina

J.S. O'Connor and P.E. McAnany; MCEER-08-SP05; 11/16/2008; 154 pages; This report can be downloaded in PDF format from here.


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Damage to Engineered Buildings and Lifelines from Wind, Storm Surge and Debris following Hurricane Katrina

G. Mosqueda and K.A. Porter; MCEER-07-SP03; 8/13/2007; 60 pages; This report can be downloaded in PDF format from here.


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Public Health and Environmental Infrastructure Implications of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

J.N. Jensen and P. Ram; MCEER-07-SP02; 5/17/2007; 40 pages; This report can be downloaded in PDF format from here.


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Advanced Damage Detection for Hurricane Katrina: Integrating Remote Sensing Images and VIEWS Field Reconnaissance

J. Arn Womble, S. Ghosh, B.J. Adams and C.J. Friedland; MCEER-06-SP02; 3/1/2006; 150 pages; This report can be downloaded in PDF format from here.


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Hospital Decision Making in the Wake of Hurricane Katrina: The Case of New Orleans

L.A. Arendt and D.B. Hess; MCEER-06-SP01; 1/6/2006; 84 pages; This report can be downloaded in PDF format from here.