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This dataset contains topographic (horizontal and vertical) data for 20 sites, surveyed November 6 to November 28, 2017 as part of documentation of flooding that occurred in Puerto Rico during and after Hurricane Maria (September to November 2017). Hurricane Maria hit the Island of Puerto Rico on September 20, 2017 and was one of the deadliest storms in U.S. history. USGS personnel conducted topographic surveys at selected stream sites to facilitate hydraulic modeling of peak streamflows (or discharges) – termed indirect measurements – using published standard USGS methods. Indirect (post-flood) measurements are used to characterize flood peaks that could not be determined using direct methods (for example current-velocity...
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Destruction along Highway 90. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 18, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. A woman standing at Highway 90 and DeBuys Road. One traffic light pole left standing. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 18, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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USGS Hurricane Katrina. This is in the same Chef Menteur-to-Rigolets area as in devastation series of images 033-038. I received permission from the people to take their picture, but names were not recorded. September 16, 2005. U.S. Geological Survey "Hurricane Katrina" photographs document general area shots and close-ups of the levee breeches from the failed 17th Street Canal and London Avenue Canal.
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Ruins of Edgewater McDonald's restaurant. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 18, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Ruins of Edgewater Village. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 18, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. View of the ruins of the Grand Casino barge taken from Highway 90. Note the barge has been moved from water to inland across north side of Highway 90. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 21, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Ruins of Hancock Bank and Mary Mahoney's along Highway 90. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 21, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Aerial view of Hard Rock Casino hotel and marina, and ruins of Hard Rock Casino barge. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 11, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Aerial view of the Beau Rivage Casino. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 11, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Ruins of Edgewater McDonald's restaurant. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 18, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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USGS Hurricane Katrina. Photos 011, 012, 013, and 014 were taken in Lakeview, looking east, near the site of the 17th Street Canal breech. The breech is at your back. They show the force of the floodwater flooding New Orleans from the breech. November 26, 2005. U.S. Geological Survey "Hurricane Katrina" photographs document general area shots and close-ups of the levee breeches from the failed 17th Street Canal and London Avenue Canal.
Categories: Image; Tags: Floods, Hurricanes, Louisiana, photo print
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Aerial view of ruins of Edgewater Gardens and Edgewater Village. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 11, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. View of damage on Highway 90. Note ruins of the President Casino barge, far left of photo, moved from water to inland across Highway 90 to the Holiday Inn Express Biloxi Beachfront Coliseum. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 18, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Iron County Utah. Face of Hurricane Cliffs between Kanarra and Murie Creeks. Westward dipping lower Moenkopi strata. Edge of South Hills (left center), Square Mountain (left distance), 1942.
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USGS Hurricane Katrina. Lakeview home that floated away and hit a tree. November 26, 2005. U.S. Geological Survey "Hurricane Katrina" photographs document general area shots and close-ups of the levee breeches from the failed 17th Street Canal and London Avenue Canal.
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Aerial view of the ruins of the Grand Casino barges. Note the barges have been moved from water to inland across north side of Highway 90. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 11, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. Hard Rock Casino signage. Biloxi, Mississippi. September 18, 2005. (Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi images have been donated to the Photographic Library by USGS employees, FEMA contractors, the National Guard, the U.S. Military, local police and state patrols, and public citizens.)
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Washington County, Utah. Spring creek. From open valley (foreground) on Carmel limestone passes into canyon In Navajo sandstone that in part forms Hurricane Cliffs. Typical stream on western Kolob Terrace. 1939.
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This data release presents structure-from-motion (SFM) products derived from aerial imagery surveys with precise Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) navigation data flown in a piloted fixed wing aircraft taken along the North Carolina coast in response to Hurricane Florence (available here https://coastal.er.usgs.gov/data-release/doi-P91KB9SF/). USGS researchers use the elevation models and orthorectified imagery to assess future coastal vulnerability, nesting habitats for wildlife, and provide data for hurricane impact models. The products span the coast over both highly developed towns and natural areas, including federal lands. These products represent the coast after Hurricane Florence and cover the Cape...


map background search result map search result map Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. A woman standing at Highway 90 and DeBuys Road, Biloxi, Mississippi. 2005. Post-Hurricane Florence RGB averaged orthoimagery of coastal North Carolina Spatial and elevation points surveyed for indirect measurements of peak streamflow associated with flooding of September to November 2017 in Puerto Rico Effects of Hurricane Katrina in Mississippi. A woman standing at Highway 90 and DeBuys Road, Biloxi, Mississippi. 2005. Spatial and elevation points surveyed for indirect measurements of peak streamflow associated with flooding of September to November 2017 in Puerto Rico Post-Hurricane Florence RGB averaged orthoimagery of coastal North Carolina