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Amis, Rod. Katrina and the Lost City of New Orleans. La 363.34 AMI 2006

Bacher, Renee, et al. LSU in the Eye of the Storm: a University Model for Disaster
Response. La 363.34922 BAC 2005

Berry, Jason, et al. Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans?” 2006
La 976.335 DO

Bologna, Jay. The New New Orleans: Katrina, Folly, Rita, Calamity, Outrage, Destiny
and the Secret Formula that Will Make Gasoline Obsolete. 2005

Brinkley, Douglas. The Great Deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans and the
Mississippi Gulf Coast La 976.335 BRI 2006

Brown, D.M. Hurricane Katrina: the First Seven Days of America’s Worst Natural
Disaster. 2005. 363.34 BRO

Collier, Philip. Missing New Orleans. 2005 La 976.335 COL

Cooper, Anderson. Dispatches from the Edge. LP 070.92 COO 2006

Cooper, Christopher and Robert Block. Disaster: Hurricane Katrina and the
Failure of Homeland Security. La 976 COO 2006

Daniels, Ronald J., et al. On Risk and Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina.
2006. 363.34 ON

Dawn, Laura et al. It Takes a Nation: How Strangers Became Family in the Wake
Of Hurricane Katrina. La 976.3 IT 2006

Des Roches, Reginald. Hurricane Katrina: Performance of Transportation Systems.

2006 On Order

Dudley, William, ed. Hurricane Katrina. 2006 363.34 HUR


Dunbar, Eric. Katrina: in the Aftermath of a Killer. La 363.34 DUN 2005

Dyson, Michael Eric. Come Hell or High Water: Hurricane Katrina and the Color of
Disaster. 2006 La. 976.335 DYS

Emanuel, Kerry. Divine Wind: the History and Science of Hurricanes. 2005
351.55 EMA

A Failure of Initiative: Final Report of the Select Bipartisan Committee…

United States Congress. 2006 La 363.3492 UNI

FEMA. Storm Alert: Hurricane Preparedness for Nursing Homes. [Videorecording]

VC 363.3492 STO 1997

Fitzpatrick, Mary, ed. New Orleans: Life in an Epic City. New Orleans Preservation
Resource Center La 976.335 NEW

Foster, Ken. The Dogs Who Found Me: What I’ve Learned from the Pets Who
Were Left Behind. 2006 636.7 FOS

Espinoza, Cholene. Through the Eye of the Storm: a Book Dedicated to Rebuilding
What Katrina Washed Away. LA 976.044 ESP 2006

Eyes of the Storm: Hurricanes Rita and Katrina: the Photographic Story. Dallas
Morning News. 2006 La 363.34 EYE

A Failure of Initiative: Final Report of the Select Bipartisan Committee to

Investigate the Preparation for and Response to Hurricane
Katrina. US GPO, 2006. La. 363.3492 UNI

Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Learned. Office of the President,

February, 2006. R 363.34 FED

Fitzpatrick, Mary. Life in an Epic City: La 976.335 NEW

Gallardo, Leslie A. Hurricane Katrina: in RE: La 363.34 GAL

Giroux, Henry A. Stormy Weather: Katrina and the Politics of Disposability.

305.5 GIR 2006

Hensley, Jeremiah. Louisiana’s Recovery Fiasco: Who’s Really Getting the Money.
Sky Dog: Lessons from Katrina. 2005 363.34 HEN

Hilly, Thomas. Hurricane Katrina. On Order.


Holloway, Diane. Who Killed New Orleans? La 363.34 HOL 2005

Horne, Jed. Breach of Faith: Hurricane Katrina and the Near Death of a Great
American City. La 976.335 HOR 2006

Hurricane Katrina: the One We Feared. 363.34 HUR 2005

Hurricane Katrina: the Storm that Changed America. Time. 2005 R 363.34 HUR

Inside Hurricane Katrina. National Geographic Channel. [videorecording]

DVD 363.349 INS

Jefferson Parish Emergency Management. Emergency Operation Plan for Jefferson

Parish. 1998 R La 363.3 LOU

____________. Emergency Operation Plan for Jefferson Parish. [CD]


____________. Emergency Operations Plan for Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.

3/30/06. R La 363.3 LOU 2006

Jones, Nathaniel. Hurricane Katrina: What Really Happened? La JON

Jordan, Chris et al. In Katrina’s Wake: Portraits of Loss from an Unnatural Disaster.
La 976 JOR 2006

Katrina: Why It Became a Man-made Disaster. National Geographic Special Edition.

EBR Reference Dept.

Katrina: State of Emergency. CNN Reports. 2005 La 363.34922 KAT

Katrina Index: Tracking Variables of Post-Katrina Recovery. The Brookings

Institution Metropolitan Policy Program. La 363.34 LIU
EBR Reference Dept. Updated online at

Katrina, the Response. [videorecording] Jump Start Prod. & WNET, New York,
2005. DVD 363.34 KAT

Katrina Times. FEMA, 2005. La Doc. Go 450.7....EBR SPC.

Kostro, Ed. Through Katrina’s Eyes: Poems from an Animal Rescuer’s Soul.
811 KOS 2006

Maklansky, Steven. Katrina Exposed. La 363.34 KAT

Marshall, Timothy P. Hurricane Katrina Damage Survey. On Order

McCarthy, Kevin, et al. The Repopulation of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
2006 R La 304.61 REP

McQuaid, John et al. Path of Destruction: the Devastation of New Orleans and the
Coming Age of Superstorms. La 976.3 McQ 2006

Messner, Ben, Martin Schollstall and Seth Barnes. Katrina Soul Search: Finding
Ourselves amidst the Post-hurricane Chaos. La 363.348 MES

Metropolitan New Orleans Real Estate Market Analysis: Katrina Edition. University
0f New Orleans Real Estate Market Data Center & Center for
Economic Development. Vol. 38, 2005/2006. EBR Ref Desk

Miller, Debra A. Hurricane Katrina: Devastation of the Gulf Coast. 2006

La Y 363.3492 MIL

Miller, Mara. Hurricane Katrina Strikes the Gulf Coast. J 363.34 MIL

Moyer, Susan M., ed. Katrina: Stories of Rescue, Recovery and Rebuilding…
La 363.348 KAT 2005

National Geographic. Katrina: why it became a man-made disaster; where it could

happen next. 2005 Reference Desk EBR

Norcross, Bryan. Hurricane Almanac, 2006. R 551.55 NOR

Olasky, Marvin. The Politics of Disaster. 2006 363.34 OLA

On Risk and Disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina. Ronald J. Daniels, Donald
F. Kettl, and Howard Kunreuther, eds.

Palser, Barb. Hurricane Katrina: Aftermath of Disaster. J363.34 PAL 2006

Penry-Davey, Caroline. Hurricane Katrina [videorecording] DVD La 363.34 HUR

Produced for NOVA

Piazza, Tom. Why New Orleans Matters. LA. 976.335 PIA 2005

Reed, Betsy et al. Unnatural Disaster: The Nation [magazine] on Hurricane Katrina.
La 976.044

Reed, Jim and Mike Theiss. Hurricane Katrina: through the Eyes of Storm Chasers.
2005 La 363.34 REE

The Repopulation of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Kevin McCarthy et al.
Rand Gulf States Policy Institute Technical Report (free download at

Rescue for Ruffugees: We’ve been Found—Now We’re Looking for Our Owners. (photographs of lost pets) EBR REF Desk

Retha. Katrina Katrina What Have You Done? La 811.6 RET 2006

Rich, Frank. The Greatest Story Ever Told: The Decline and Fall of Truth
From 9/11 to Katrina. 2006 973.931 RIC

The Road Home Housing Program Action Plan Amendment for Disaster
Recovery Funds. 2006 La 363.348 ROA (EBR Ref Dept.)

Rose, Chris. One Dead in Attic: Post-Katrina Stories by Times-Picayune Columnist

Chris Rose. 2005 La 363.34 ROS

Russell, Jonathan. Gulf Coast Reconstruction Estimator 2006. R 692 GUL

Sins, Amy Cyrex. Ruby Slippers Cookbook: Life, Culture, Family and Food
After Katrina. 2006 La 641.59763 SIN

Smallwood, Robert. The Five People You Meet in Hell: Surviving Katrina. 2006
La 363.34

Smith, Jeff. Testimony of Colonel Jeff Smith, Louisiana Office of Homeland Security
and Emergency Preparedness, [2005]. La Doc. J 1.8L…EBR SPC.

Snow, Troy. Not Left Behind: Rescuing the Pets of New Orleans. 2006
La 976.335064 SNO

Syzerhans, Douglas D. Federal Disaster Programs and Hurricane Katrina. 2006

R 363.34 FED

Thomas, Katie. Waters Dark and Deep: How One Family Overcame Katrina’s
Deadly Fury. 2006 La 363.34 Tho

The Times Picayune Katrina: the Ruin and Recovery of New Orleans. La 363.34 TIM
[Pulitzer Prize 2006]

Torres, John. Hurricane Katrina and the Devastation of New Orleans.


J 976.335 TOR 2006

Townsend, Frances Fragos. The Federal Response to Hurricane Katrina: Lessons

Lessons Learned [Homeland Security Report to the President]
363.34 FED 2006

Tracey, Michael. She Was No Lady: a Personal Journey of Recovery from Hurricane
Katrina. 363.34 TRA

Troutt, David Dante. After the Storm: Black Intellectuals Explore the Meaning of
Hurricane Katrina. LA 305.896 AFT

Van Dyk, Dee. Hurricane Katrina Survival Stories. La 363.34 VanD

Van Heerden, Ivor and Mike Bryan. The Storm: the Inside Story from One Louisiana
Scientist. 976.044 VanH 2006

Varisco, Tom. Spoiled: Refrigerators of New Orleans Go Outside in the Aftermath of

Katrina. 2005 La 363.34 VAR

Virgets, Ronnie. Lost Bread(pain perdu) Flavored with a Little Steen’s Cane Syrup.
2006 La 976.335 VIR

Waugh, William L. Jr. Shelter from the Storm: Repairing the National Emergency
System after Hurricane Katrina. La 363.34 SHE

When the Levees Broke. Spike Lee, 2006. On Order

The Wrath of Hurricane Katrina: One of the World’s Greatest Natural Disasters in
Modern Time. 363.34 WRA

Full Text in Louisiana Library Databases

Adams, Shawn. “Learning the lessons of Katrina for the unexpected tomorrow.”
Risk Management. December 2005, v52, i12, pp24-29.

“AIBS(American Institute of Biological Sciences) launches hurricane network

support for biologists.” BioScience, October 2005, v55, i10, p906.

Allan, David J., et al. “Restoring rivers.” Issues in Science and Technology,
Winter 2006, v22, i2, pp40-48.

Allen, Scott. “Harvard to study Katrina’s long term psychological toll.”

Boston Globe, January 6, 2006, pA4.

Alper, Garth. “New Orleans Music and Katrina.” Popular Music and Society,
V29, i4, p461, October, 2006.

Altieri, Mark P. “Surviving Katrina: tax breaks for victims of the costliest
catastrophe in American history. Journal of Accountancy,
February, 2006, v201 i2, pp58-62.

Anderson, Jon Lee. “Leaving Desire.” The New Yorker, September 19, 2005, v81,
i28, p42.

Anthes, Richard A., et al. “Hurricanes and global warming.” Bulletin of the
American Meteorological Society, May 2006, i5, p623-628.

Archer, Shirley. “Yoga instructors rush to help Katrina survivors.”

IDEA Fitness Journal, January 2006, v3, i1, p100.

Averill, Dennis. “Lessons of Hurricane Katrina.” Professional Safety, November

2005, v50, i11, pp13-47.

Bauer, Jeff, and Linda M. Roman. “After Katrina, hospitals’ fate is uncertain.”
RN, December 2005, v68, i12, p18.

Baum, Dan. ”Deluged.” New Yorker, January 9, 2006, v81i42, p50.

Black, Carrie. “Six reasons we lost New Orleans: environmental degradation made
Katrina much worse.” Earth Island Journal, Winter 2006, v20, i4

Blonde, Lawrence, et al. “The Hurricane Katrina and its impact on diabetes care:
observations from “ground zero”: lessons in disaster preparedness of
people with diabetes.” Diabetes Care, January 2006, v29, i1, pp158-161.

Bocking, Stephen. “How Hurricane Katrina ripped the lid off the tangled relations
between environment and politics, exposing desperate poverty, the
dangers of environmental manipulation and the need for collective
action.” Alternatives Journal, January 2006, v31, i4-5, pp36-40.

Bogren, Rick. “Huffs and puffs won’t blow these roofs down.” Louisiana
Agriculture, Fall 2005, v48, n4, p22-23.

“Safe room offers protection from storms, high winds, intruders.”

Louisiana Agriculture, v48, n4, p24.

Bossing, Ken, and Bill Prindle. “Energy lessons from Katrina.” Power Engineering,
November 2005, v109, ill, p5.

Boyer, Peter J. “Gone with the Surge.” New Yorker, September 26, 2005, v83, i29,

Brown, Alan S. “Storm warning.” [offshore drilling rigs] Mechanical Engineering,

June 2006, v128, i6, p24-29.

Burnham, Nigel. “New Orleans medical staff raid empty hospitals for vital
supplies.” Nursing Standard, September 14, 2005, v20, i1, p12.

Butcher, Lola. “Medical Management on the Bayou after Katrina.” Physician

Executive, v32, i5, Sept-Oct, 2006, p22-28.

Butterworth, Alex. “Not the eternal city: Alex Butterworth looks at the parallels
between the destruction wrought by hurricane Katrina on New
Orleans recently, and the devastation suffered by Pompeii in the
first century AD. History Today, November 2005, v55, i6, pp2-4.

Claesgens, Mark. “Special panel systems brace LaHouse for severe weather.”[LSU’s
state-of the art house withstands hurricane winds]
Louisiana Agriculture, Fall, 2005, v48, n4, p.22-21.

“CMS{Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services} approves waivers for

evacuee care.” Healthcare Financial Management, November
2005, v59, ill, p13.

Coates, Joseph. “Anticipating disaster, or putting the fear of God into top
management.” Research-Technology Management, January-
February, 2006, v49, i1, pp6-8.

Cobb, Chris. “America the Beautiful? Hurricane Katrina’s impact on the US

image abroad.” Public Relations Tactics, October 2005, v12, i10,

“Congressman spearheads campaign to help hurricane Katrina foster kids.”

Children Protection Law Report, September 2005, v31, i9, p88.

Cray, Charlie. “Disaster profiteering: the flood of crony contracting following

Hurricane Katrina.” Multinational Monitor, September-October,
2005, v26, i9-10, pp19-24.

Curry, R. Whit Jr., and Pepi Granat. “Generalist physicians, added value in a
crisis.” Patient Care, November 2005, v39, i11, p7.

Dawdy, Shannon Lee. “In Katrina’s wake.” Archaeology, January 2006,

v59, i4, p16-21.

DeLisle, James R. “Impact of Hurricane Katrina ripples across economy.”

Planning, November 2005, v73, i4, pp337-347.

Derian, James. “National security: an accident waiting to happen.”

Harvard International Review, Fall, 2005, v27 i3, pp84-85.

“Disaster Recovery.” Risk Management, January 2006, v53, i1, p10.

Donze, Frank, and Gordon Russell. “Four months to decide: Nagin panel says
hardest hit areas must prove viability” Plan for the future (map)
Times-Picayune, January 11, 2006, v169, n355, p1A.

Dooley, Erin E. “CDC {Center for Disease Control}: environmental concerns after
Katrina: NIEHS {National Institute of Environmental Health
Sciences}: Natural Disaster Response.” January 2006, v114, i1, pA27.

Downs, Jim. “Reconstructing the American South—after Katrina.” History Today,

January 2006, v56 i1, p16-18.

Eggertson, Laura. “Katrina scars tens of thousands psychologically.” CMAJ:

Canadian Medical Association Journal.” October 11, 2005, v173, i8,

Feeg, Veronica D. “Loss.” Pediatric Nursing, September-October 2005, v31, i5,


Fields, Cheryl. “Higher education in Katrina’s wake.” Change, November-

December, 2005, v37, i6, pp6-7.

__________. “Post-hurricane counseling.” Change, November-December, 2005

v37, i6, p7.

Filosa, Gwen. “Prison Activist [Angela Davis] takes Katrina Tour.”

Times-Picayune, December 11, 2006.

Finch, Bill and Bill Raines. “Offshore rigs not built to handle strongest storms.”
Mobile Register, September 21, 2005.

Fisher, Marc. “Essential again: as the tragedy unfolded, the battered mainstream
media elevated their games, challenging inaccurate statements by
public officials and providing crucial information to an audience
that needed it desperately.” American Journalism Review, October
November 2005, v27, i5 pp18-23.

Fischetti, Mark. ”Protecting New Orleans.” Scientific American, v294, n2, p64-71.

”Freeport Exit Big Blow for New Orleans: Fortune 500 Company Moving to
Phoenix.” Times-Picayune, December 10, 2006.

Giroux, Henry A. ”Reading Hurricane Katrina: racism, class, and the biopolitics of
disposability.” College Literature, Summer 2006, v33, i3,

Gordon, Megan and Mark Schleifstein. ”Corps Issues Call to Close MR-GO:
Economic, Not Storm Threat Cited in Report.” Times-Picayune,
December 16, 2006.

Grissett, Sheila. “Construction of a floodgate in the 17th Street Canal will require a
massive levee that will squeeze out much of Bucktown’s heritage.”
(Map) Times-Picayune, February 2, 2006, v170, n12, pA1.

“Plan B: Jefferson Parish has devised a plan to prevent flooding in

Old Metairie and Old Jefferson…” Times-Picayune, v170, n52,
pPA1. (Map)

“Gulf petroleum platforms yet to be inspected.” Civil Engineering, May 2006,

v76, i5, p40.

“Health workers face Katrina death inquiry.” Nursing Standard, November 30,
2005, v20, i12, p8.

Hedlund, Steven. “In Katrina’s deadly wake.” Seafood Business. October 2005, v24,
i10, p1-3.

Heffes, Ellen M. “FEI (Financial Executives International) members cope with

wrath of Katrina.” Financial Executive, October 2005, v21, i8,

Helvarg, David. “The Storm this time: a personal account of natural and unnatural
disaster in the wake of hurricane Katrina.” Multinational Monitor,
September-October, 2005, v26, i9-10, pp9-18.

Hoffman, Gregg. “Katrina taught us all lessons.” ETC: A Review of General

Semantics.” January 2006, v63, i1, pp110-112.

“Hurricane Katrina displaces 6000 physicians.” Healthcare Financial Management,

November, 2005, v59, i11, p28.

“Hurricane Katrina forges new consensus on poverty: poll.” Public Relations


Tactics, v12, i12, p6.

“Hurricane Katrina: storm tales.” The Safety and Health Practitioner, November
2005, v23, i11, p28.

Inman, William. “Staying ahead of the storm: strong corporate structure and
supply chain flexibility are the ingredients of disruption
management.” Industrial Engineer, February 2006, v38,i2, pp28-33.

“IREM{Institute of Real Estate Management} responds to hurricane Katrina.”

Journal of Property Management, November-December 2005,
V70,, i6, p38.

“The IRS announced that taxpayers affected by hurricanes Katrina and Rita can
request relief simply by writing “Hurricane Rita” or “Hurricane
Katrina” in red ink.” Journal of Accountancy, December 2005,
V200, i6, p16.

Issel, Michele. “Preparedness for the extraordinary and the chronic,” Health Care
Management Review, January-March, 2006, v31, i1, p1.

J.G. “Sustainable steps to debris management.” Biocycle, November 2005, v46,

I11, p51-53.

Johnson, Alex B., Gayle Nolan, and Cynthia Siegrist. “Lessons Learned from a Bout
With Hurricane Katrina: the Delgado Community College Story.”
Change, v38, i5, Sept-Oct, 2006, p42-47.

Jones, Leigh. “Five months after Katrina’s landfall, New Orleans lawyers still
in limbo.” New Jersey Law Journal, February 20, 2006, pNA.

Kaschube, Amanda. “Big challenges in the Big Easy.” Journal of Property

Management, January-February, 2006, v71, i1, pp10-11.

“Katrina descends.” Weatherwise, November-December, 2005, v58, i6, pp10-13.

“Katrina reveals fatal weaknesses in US public health.” The Lancet, September

10, v366, i9389, p867.

Kearns, Ethan. “Southern comfort: Katrina focused the world’s attention on these
trees…”[US Forestry Service discovers ancient live oaks all that’s
left standing on devastated Mississippi coast]. American Forests,
Winter 2006.

Kirylo, James D. “Lessons: Katrina and beginning anew.” Childhood

Education, Winter 2005, v82, i2, p98.

Kolbert, Elizabeth. “Watermark: Can southern Louisiana be saved.”

New Yorker, v82, n2, February 27, 2006, pp46-57.

Krupa, Michele. “Records are examined in an effort to finish list of the dead.”
Times-Picayune, August 30, 2006, p1.

Kunkel, Thomas. “The Curse of prescience: covering a disaster in a city that

belongs to all of us.” American Journalism Review, October-
November, 2005, v27, i5, p6.

Landers, Jay. “Hurricane Katrina prompts Congressional action.” Civil

Engineering, November 2005, v75, i11, pp10-11.

___________. “Louisiana, Mississippi rush to repair highways damaged by

Hurricane Katrina.” Civil Engineering, November 2005, v75,
i11, pp13-14.

“Leadership needed to revamp US quarantine plan.” The Lancet, September 17,

2005, v366, i9490, p958.

“Louisiana’s United Houma Nation seeking assistance in wake of Katrina.”

Whispering Wind, May-June, 2005, v35, i3, p38.

“LRA[Louisiana Recovery Authority] Agrees to $74 Milliion Downpayment

on [LSU] Hospital.” Times-Picayune, December 15, 2006.

MacCash, Douglas. “World Class Architect Daniel Libeskind Who Redesigned

Manhattan’s World Trade Center Envisions a Waterfront that
Reflects the Past.” Times-Picayune, December 15, 2006.

Magill, John. “On perilous grond.” Louisiana Cultural Vistas, Winter 2005-06,
v16, n4., p33-43. (collects photos and ills. of New Orleans floods).

Maggi, Laura, and Gordon Russell. “Damage control: Fema estimates of flooded
homes may help bring aid, buyouts.” (Map) Times-Picayune,
February 15, 2006, v170, n25, pA1.

____________. “Rita One Year Later.” Times-Picayune, September 23, 2006,

Vol. 170, n245, p1.

Marshall, Bob, John McQuaid, and Mark Schleifstein. “100 days after Katrina the
Evidence is clear that the flood was a man-made disaster.” (Maps,
Photos) Times-Picayune, v169, December 8, 2005, pA1.

____________.“For centuries canals kept New Orleans dry. Most people never

dreamed they would become Mother Nature’s instruments of

destruction.” Times-Picayune, January 29, 2006. v170, n8, pA1.
(“An Illustrated History of New Orleans’ Canals)

Marshall, Jeffrey. “Are more Katrinas on the horizon? Financial

Executive, November 2005, v59, i11, p13.

McCarthy, Michael. “New Orleans Struggles to Rebuild its Health System.”

The Lancet, v368, i9541, p1056, September 23, 2006.

McCollum, Douglas. “Uncharted waters: the author returns home to gauge how
closely the fate of the Times-Picayune is tied to the fate of New
Orleans.” Columbia Journalism Review, November-December,
2005, v44, i4, pp28-34.

Meitrodt, Jeffrey, and Rebecca Mowbray. “Where the money is going: Here’s a look
up by zip-code at how much the metro area expects to receive in
flood claim payments.” Times-Picayune, v170, n57, March 19, 2006,

“Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has filed suit against five major insurance
companies in an effort to overturn flood exclusions and force them
to pay for water damages in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina.”
Risk Management, November 2005, v52, i11, p8.

Mitchell, Jerry T. “Hurricane Katrina and Mississippi’s Invisible Coast.”

Southeastern Geographer, v46, i2, p181-9, November, 2006.

Murphy, John. “Katrina destroys O.D.’s offices, homes: hundreds of optometrists

have been affected.” Review of Optometry, October 15, 2005, v142,
i10, p4-6.

Needell, Barbara L. and Christine Kruse. “Hurricane Katrina: Morgue

Operations.” The Forensic Examiner, v15, i3, p16-24, Fall, 2006.

Nelson, Rob. “Katrina’s lessons: an unexpected upside to the hurricane is emerging

some displaced families..chilidren are discovering educational
opportunities…” Times-Picayune, July 16, 2006, p1.
Nimin, Michael I. “Katrina’s America: failure, racism, and profiteering.”
The Humanist, November-December 2005, v65, i6 pp11-15.

“Nurses pour in to relief shelters.” Nursing Standard, September 14, 2005, v20, i1,

Omar, Salim. “Maximum tax relief from soaring gas prices.” The CPA Journal,

November 005, v75, i11, p15.

Pilkey, Orrin H. and Robert S. Young. “Will hurricane Katrina impact shoreline
management? Here’s why it should. Journal of Coastal Management,
November 2005, v21, i6, piii-x.

Polier, Nicole. ”After Katrina: tales from a chartered school classroom.”

Radical Teacher, 2006, i76, p20-23.

Post, Leonard. “Their offices ravaged, lawyers focus on survival.” New Jersey Law
Journal, September 19, 2005, pNA.

Reed, Dungey. “All that we have and all that we give: a CFO’s story.” Healthcare
Financial Management, October 2005, v59, i10, p28-29.

Reichel, Claudette Hanks, and Frances C. Lawrence. “LaHouse paves the way for
sustainable housing.” Louisiana Agriculture, v48, n4, p17-19.

Reilly, Sean. “Flood Insurance Makeover Goes Nowhere in Congress—Landrieu,

Vitter Block Senate Overhaul Bill.” Times-Picayune, December 13,

“Retiring Katrina—World Meteorological Organization Replaces Names.”

Weatherwise, v59, i4, July August, 2006, p12.

Rippey, Brad. “September 2005” Weatherwise, January-February 2006, v59, i1,


Rosenberg-Javors, Irene. “The Wounding of America.” Annals of the American

Psychotherapy Assn., Winter 2005, v8, i4, pp44-45.

Russell, Gordon. “Frustrated home owners look to new Fema flood maps..this map
shows, by census tract, how many properties in each shaded area
of New Orleans had filed repetitive flood claims with Fema before
Katrina”. Times-Picayune, v170, n65, March 27, 2006, pA1.

Samenow, Stanton E. “Making sense of senseless looting.” The Forensic Examiner,

Winter 2005, v14, i4, p45.

Schmidlin, Thomas W. “On evacuation and deaths from Hurricane Katrina.”

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, June 2006, v87,
I6, p757-759.

Scott, Jeanne Schulte. “Two Americas, many health systems: it took hurricane
Katrina to bring home to many Americans the vast gulf between

haves and have-nots in this country.” Healthcare Financial

Management, November 2005, v59, i11, pp34-35.

“Shooting Katrina: pictures our photographers can’t forget.” Times-Picayune,

December 30, 2005, v169, n343, pA1.

Sothern, Billy. ”Left to Die.” The Nation, January 2, 2006, v282, n1, p18-22.

Thevenot, Brian. “Apocalypse in New Orleans: a firsthand account of how a small

band of Times-Picayune journalists covered devastation and
misery in their shattered home.” American Journalism Review,
October-November, 2005, v27, i5, pp24-31.

_____________ “Myth-making in New Orleans: the impressive media coverage of

hurricane Katrina was marred by the widespread reporting…of
murders and rapes that apparently never took place…”
American Journalism Review, December 2005, v27, i6, pp30-37.

Thomas, Cathy Booth. “Life among the ruins.” Time, September 19, 2005, v166,
i12, p48.

Tibbets, John. “Louisiana’s wetlands: a lesson in nature appreciation,”

Environmental Health Perspectives, January 2006, v114, i1, ppA40-

“US Nurses struggle to cope.” Nursing Standard, September 7, 2005, v19, i52, p5.

Webster, Richard A. ”New Orleans’ suicides double after Katrina.” New Orleans
City Business. March 13, 2006.

Weinstein, Monty N. “Dual disasters: dealing with the aftermath: four years after
9/11 and just months after hurricane Katrina the United States
faces anxiety, despair, and fear, emotions that will last for
decades to come.” Annals of the American Psychotherapy Assn.,
Winter 2005, v8, i4, pp44-45.

Wheaton, Dianne. “Katrina teaches hard lessons.” Journal of Trauma Nursing,

July-September, 2005, v12, i3, pp65-66.

Williams, Leslie. “Eastern Habitat for Humanity-Non-Profit Group Hoping to

Build 60-80 Homes in Six Months in Hurricane Ravaged East.”
Times-Picayune, December 9, 2006.

Wislon, Alex. “A Call for passive survivability: a new design criterion helps
preserve crucial life support in the post-Katrina age.”
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering January 2006

v78, i1, p7.

Winslow, Dean L. “Wind, rain, flooding, and fear: coordinating military public
health in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina.” Clinical
Infectious Diseases, December 15, 2005, v41, i12, pp1759-63.

Zwillich, Todd. “Rebuilding New Orleans: rather than mourning hurricane

Rita’s [sic] decimation of New Orleans, public health officials
are now thinking of it as an opportunity…” The Lancet, October
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LSU Hurricane Center
National Hurricane Center’s Report Archive of the 30
Storms of 2005, Arlene to Zeta
Katrina Flood Recovery Maps for Louisiana
UT-Austin Perry Castaneda Library Map Collection—Hurricane Katrina
Maps—large collection of aerial photos
National Hurricane Center’s 42p Katrina Report
Social Science Research Council Studies
House Representatives Final Report of the Select Bipartisan Committee to
Investigate the Preparation for and Response to Hurricane Katrina: “A Failure of

Librarians’ Internet Index on Katrina and Rita—a gateway
Government documents, interviews.
US Geological Survey Katrina Library
Katrina Photos
Demographics of Post-Katrina New Orleans
Greater New Orleans Community Data Canter: post Katrina demographics and
Library of Congress Hurricane Science Link
NASA Looking At Earth Katrina Page
Katrina Course at UC Berkeley
US Geological Survey’s Katrina Impact Studies
US Geological Survey’s Rita Impact Studies
Teachers’ Resources—a Hurricane Primer
Brown University study: “Impact of Katrina: race and class
in storm damaged neighborhoods”

Environmental Health Perspectives, v114, n1, January 2006

“In Katrina’s Wake” free online publication from National
Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
LSU School of Library and Info Science Katrina Resources
“The Day of Landfall” (24 hour timeline from Congressional hearing)
Center for Disease Control: “After a hurricane: infectious disease”
Department of Homeland Security National Response Plan
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
(sediment maps by zipcode)
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s aerial views of
Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama at Katrina’s landfall.
NOAA’s Images of the Gulf coast after Rita’s landfall
Fema 6 month update—keyword searchable photo archive, statistics,
En espanol
Science Magazine: “Is Katrina a harbinger of still more powerful hurricanes?”
National Sea Grant Network for Coastal Natural Hazards
Katrina/Rita Portal. Vietnamese language articles included.

Louisiana Sea Grant’s collection of Katrina impact studies.
A List of Research Projects on Katrina Aftermath
“Scientists weigh options for rebuilding New Orleans”
Hurricanes, Climate, and Katrina: Science Magazine articles free online.
Hurricane Digital Memory Bank
Common Ground Collective Site