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REMEMBERING 2005’S HURRICANE KATRINA lecture by Walter Hays Uploading date: August 31, 2012 

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TURNING 2011’S DISASTERS INTO EDUCATIONAL SURGES THAT WILL ADVANCE DISASTER RESILIENCE. PART 4 (Continued) Hurricanes.

THE CATASTROPHE AFTER IRENE’S EXIT  (in Spanish)

IRENE. A DISASTER FROM WATER, NOT WIND, IN THE NORTHEAST  (in Spanish)

HURRICANE IRENE After Landfall in North Carolina on August 27, 2011

IRENE. Ninth Storm and the First Hurricane of the 2011

BACKGROUND FOR THE 2011 HURRICANE SEASON

HURRICANE EARL

Hurricanes    Part I  (in Spanish) Part II  (in Spanish)   Part III   (in Spanish)

Hurricane Rita 

Hurricane     (In Spanish)      (In Chinese)  

Attribution of Recent Increases in Atlantic Hurricane Activity 

“BAD” HURRICANES: 1988-2008

TO EVACUATE OR NOT TO EVACUATE FOR HURRICANES. Part I    Part II

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