Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Hurricane Katrina - Listing of Environmental Resources

I am accumulating resources that help us understand the environmental impacts of Hurricane Katrina

  1. Close-up aerial photos of key pollution sites  SEEN photos
  2. National Institute of Environmental Health Services map Geographic Information System

  3. NIEHS environmental health resources NIEHS Envt Health Res

  4. NIEHS responder training materials. Training

  5. CDC links to previously published articles and response guidance  CDC - articles and guidance  <>

  6. CDC prior mortality and morbidity reports on prior hurricanes   CDC hurricane reports

 

 

 

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