Hurricanes, Climate, and Katrina: Research, Reviews, and Articles from Science Online
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Hurricanes, Climate, and Katrina: Research, Reviews, and Articles from Science Online

Science and its publisher, AAAS, share with our fellow citizens the deep sense of loss occasioned by the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina and also extend our sympathy to those affected by Hurricane Rita. As an aid to policy makers, scientists, and the public in understanding the large-scale forces and smaller-scale scientific, social, political background to the disaster, we are making available, via this page, this selection of past Science articles related to hurricanes, coastal disasters, and disaster policy.

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  • S.C. Emergency Management is dependent on federal funding

      Miami Herald
    Emergency Management is dependent on federal funding The State (Columbia, S.C.) The South Carolina agency charged with responding to a disaster increasingly is reliant on the federal government for funding. The U.S. government, a favorite target in...
  • Katrina group takes up Gulf cause

      Austin America-Statesman/Texas Longhorns
    From Sandra Bullock to Drew Brees, more than a dozen celebrities are urging people to sign a petition demanding full funding and implementation of a plan to restore the Gulf of Mexico, its coasts and wetlands. The 100-second video hit the social...
  • Prosecutors Charge White Man for Racially-Motivated Shooting in Post-...

      Democracy Now
    The five-count indictment accuses Roland Bourgeois of plotting to defend his Algiers Point neighborhood in New Orleans from "outsiders" including African Americans and shooting and seriously wounding three men who were walking toward a temporary...
  • Oil rises to $77 on expected U.S. inventory drop

      International Business Times
    Oil climbed to $77 on Tuesday as forecasts for a fourth consecutive weekly drop in U.S. crude inventories bolstered the positive influence of rising stock markets in most of Asia. Shares of resource firms and banks clawed back some of their recent...
  • Oil up ahead of data as equities pare losses

      International Business Times
    U.S. crude for August delivery rose 61 cents to $77.15 a barrel by 11:57 a.m...The more liquid September contract traded 57 cents higher at $77.47. Front-month ICE Brent crude for September delivery rose 46 cents to $76.08. "Expectations of another...

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