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Hurricane Flossie, 13 August 2007 - Related Files

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Hurricane Cosme, 16 July 2007

Hurricane Cosme, 16 July 2007

Hurricane Cosme was the third named storm in the 2007 eastern Pacific hurricane season. Cosme formed in a common area for hurricanes to start—off the Pacific coast of Mexico—and it tracked north and west. Cosme built power from its initial Tropical Depression state on July 14 to a minimal Category 1 hurricane on July 16.

At 10:45 a.m. local time (19:45 UTC) on July 16, 2007, whe...
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Hurricane Katrina Data

Hurricane Katrina Data

Collection of data related to Hurricane Katrina which struck the southeast US in August, 2005. Contains a high resolution SuperOverlay of aerial photographs that show the flooded areas of New Orleans shortly after the hurricane, as well as other data.
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Hurricane Andrew

Hurricane Andrew

All of these meandering streets on Homstead AFB are where military base housing once stood. It was all removed after Hurricane Andrew destroyed most of the base in August 1992.
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Haze over the Mid-Atlantic States, 25 August 2007

Haze over the Mid-Atlantic States, 25 August 2007

Haze dulled this picture of the mid-Atlantic states, taken on August 25, 2007, by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) flying on NASA’s Aqua satellite. In this image, a wide band of haze hangs over the eastern seaboard and the Atlantic, with clouds floating overhead.

An August 25, 2007, posting on the U.S. Air Quality (Smog Blog) at the University of Maryland...
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Smoke from Fires in Greece, 26 - 27 August 2007

Smoke from Fires in Greece, 26 - 27 August 2007

Besides laying waste to huge areas of forest, fires burning in Greece in August 2007 released pollutants that traveled across the Mediterranean Sea and into Africa. This image shows aerosols—tiny solid or liquid particles suspended in air—observed by the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) on NASA’s Aura satellite.

On August 26, 2007, aerosols from the fires took a fairly direct ro...
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S.S. Camille

S.S. Camille

The S.S. Camille is still standing, although quite battered from Hurricane Katrina. The gift shop, however, was completely washed away by the tidal surge, leaving behind only the slab upon which it rested. The ship was originally forced inland by Hurricane Camille’s storm surge in August 17, 1969.

Location: Gulfport, MS

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Bridge collapse on I-35W

Bridge collapse on I-35W

Location of where I-35W collapsed into the Mississippi River on August 1, 2007.

Story on CNN
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Floods in the Midwestern United States, August 2007

Floods in the Midwestern United States, August 2007

August 2007 was the wettest month ever recorded for many places in Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin, with rainfall totals ranging from 23.86 inches in Hokah, Minnesota, to 12.79 inches in Winona Dam, Minnesota, said the National Weather Service. While the entire month was rainy, much of the rain fell on August 18-20, when several thunderstorms rolled across the region. The thunderstorms triggered...
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Typhoon Usagi, 2 August 2007

Typhoon Usagi, 2 August 2007

Just weeks after taking a beating from Typhoon Man-Yi in mid-July 2007, Japan’s southern islands were visited by Typhoon Usagi in early August. Although not as strong as Man-Yi, Usagi still forced the region to cancel air traffic and ferry services, and it left tens of thousand of homes without power, said news reports.

This image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradio...
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Hurricane Tracker

Hurricane Tracker

See every hurricane and storm through live tracking, updated every 10 minutes.
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Analyze your own Hurricane

Analyze your own Hurricane

Using this tutorial provided by http://www.gulfimpact.com/ , you can make nd then analayze your own Hurricane path.
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Wilma - Hurricane 2

Wilma - Hurricane 2

On the morning of October 19, 2005, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) aircraft measured a pressure of 882 millibars in the center of Hurricane Wilma—the lowest pressure ever measured in an Atlantic hurricane. This low pressure earned Wilma the status of the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic. As of October 20, the storm was moving northward through the ...
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