Hurricane Katrina By:PriscillaTorres. OUTLINE I. hurricane Katrina I. hurricane Katrina A.DEATHS OF HURRICANE KATRINA A.DEATHS OF HURRICANE KATRINA 1)1,300

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  • Hurricane Katrina By:PriscillaTorres
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  • OUTLINE I. hurricane Katrina I. hurricane Katrina A.DEATHS OF HURRICANE KATRINA A.DEATHS OF HURRICANE KATRINA 1)1,300 BODIES FOUND 1)1,300 BODIES FOUND 2)STILL MANY MISSING 2)STILL MANY MISSING B.)The cost B.)The cost 31,282,859 insurance industry 31,282,859 insurance industry Home owner settlement 93,118 Home owner settlement 93,118 C.) FACTS C.) FACTS # Of homes destroyed # Of homes destroyed Churches damaged Churches damaged D.) FEMA response to Hurricane Katrina D.) FEMA response to Hurricane Katrina Fema would not approve people for boats Fema would not approve people for boats FEMA didnt want to help out much FEMA didnt want to help out much
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  • Deaths of hurricane Katrina 1,300 bodies found death toll is clearly higher
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  • Deaths Of Hurricane Katrina No one is sure how many people died there are still many people missing
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  • The Cost Of Hurricane Katrina 31,282,859 insurance industry contributions to republican campaigns ands PACs for 2004 and 2006 31,282,859 insurance industry contributions to republican campaigns ands PACs for 2004 and 2006
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  • The Cost Of Hurricane Katrina Home owners settlement by Feb.. 2006 claim for flood damage 93,118
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  • Facts About Hurricane Katrina Number of home destroyed by breeches in federally desugned and founded by levees and hot covered under federal housing plan :200,000
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  • Facts About Hurricane Katrina The number of churches damaged or destroyed approximant ly:900
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  • FEMA Response To Hurricane Katrina Its told that from FEMA rejected a request by Louisiana department of wildfire for rubber boats to rescue victims
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  • FEMA Response To Hurricane Katrina FFFFEMA e-mail dated sept.1 indicating the agency was pulling its search and rescue task force in Louisiana
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  • Pictures from after effect of hurricane Katrina Troops from Task Force All American and local law enforcement attempt to move a house from the middle of a flooded road Troops from Task Force All American and local law enforcement attempt to move a house from the middle of a flooded road Rescue Task Force members search houses with their rescue dogs in neighborhoods Rescue Task Force members search houses with their rescue dogs in neighborhoods
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  • PEOPLE TRAPPED IN HURRICANE KATRINA PEOPLE TRAPPED IN HURRICANE KATRINA
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  • DAMAGE The Mississippi Gulf Coast bore the brunt of Hurricane Katrina. The three coastal counties of Mississippi, populated by about 400,000 people (the population of New Orleans), had been direct witness to one of natures most destructive events. Katrina's nearly 30-foot plus storm surge along the Mississippi Gulf Coast was the most extensive, as well as the highest, in the documented history of the United States
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  • DAMAGE This destroyed neighborhood in East Biloxi was located away from both the coastline and Biloxi's Back Bay, and like most areas on the Mississippi Gulf Coast above sea level This destroyed neighborhood in East Biloxi was located away from both the coastline and Biloxi's Back Bay, and like most areas on the Mississippi Gulf Coast above sea level For most Coast residents Hurricane Camille was the benchmark against which all other storms were measured. In the minds of many there was a feeling that at some time another storm would come that was the equal or worse than Camille
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  • BEFORE AND AFTER the photo on the left, taken in 1998, notice the pier, pier house, and the antebellum house. The photo on the right shows the same location on August 31, 2005, two days after Hurricane Katrina made landfall. the photo on the left, taken in 1998, notice the pier, pier house, and the antebellum house. The photo on the right shows the same location on August 31, 2005, two days after Hurricane Katrina made landfall.
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  • THE EYE OF HURRICANE KATRINA Maximum height of the storm surge above each grid cell in NOAA's SLOSH model for Hurricane Katrina of 2005. This image does not show the height above mean sea level of the surge, but rather how high the surge was above the surface.
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  • Works Cited Anne, welbbles. "NOAA Satellite and information Service." hurricane Katrina. national climatic data center, 29th dec.. Web. 28 Sep 2011.. : James, Ridgeway. "mother Jones." the history of hurricane Katrina. N.p., aug 29 2009. Web. 28.. Espinoza, cholene. "through the eye of the storm." hurricane Katrina facts and information. N.p., Feb. 2008. Web. 28 Sep 2011.