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Welcome to the Katrina Resources Page!

Welcome to the Morris Library's Hurricane Katrina Resources website.  This site is intended to assist students and faculty who are participating in the 2010-2011 First Year Experience program.  The theme of this year's program is “The Storm Remembered: Tragedies and Triumphs of Katrina.”

Each tab contains selected resources to help your studies. There are also links to databases that will help you find more information. Remember, we are here to help you!  Contact a librarian for more ideas and suggestions on how to search.

    Overview Sites

    These sites cover resources in many areas.

    • Hurricane Katrina Research Bibliography (July 2010)
      Compiled by Kai Erikson and Lori Peek for the Social Science Research Council Task Force on Katrina and Rebuilding the Gulf Coast. Contains lists of journal articles, books, government reports, and web sites. Links are provided where available. Contact your librarian or the Information Desk staff at Morris Library for assistance.
    • Hurricane Katrina Resources.
      This list from the University of Colorado at Boulder's Natural Hazards Center was last updated October 27, 2006. Some of the links do not work, but there are many useful resources, including web sites, journal articles, books, and government reports. Contact the your librarian or the Information Desk at Morris Library for assistance.

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