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By contrast, Hurricane Katrina led to sustained mortality reductions over the following eight years for those living in New Orleans at the time of the storm.
It is estimated that Hurricane Katrina directly affected more than 5,800 dialysis patients in the Gulf Coast area.
Environmental lead after Hurricane Katrina: implications for future populations.
"There is a great resurgence in this city, and we're humbled and proud to open our newest Baskin-Robbins shop in Chalmette on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina," says Janet Astor, VP of development for Baskin-Robbins.
RQ2: Is the perception different for Hurricane Katrina when compared to Hurricane Rita?
Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast
After observing the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we as African-Americans should allow this date to serve as our wake-up call.
The damage sustained from Hurricane Katrina forced the Gulfport facility to close on August 29, 2005.
Within two weeks after Hurricane Katrina, Louisiana Insurance Commissioner Jay Robert Wooley was quoted as saying that with post-hurricane insurance claims, "Lawyers are going to have a ball; it's got more legal questions than you can imagine." A few days later on Sept.
Before Hurricane Katrina, Johnson Controls had developed an initiative called MetroMarkets Strategy, a three-pronged approach to enhance urban areas by way of community, partnership and work force developments.
Catastrophe models were put to possibly their most stringent test ever when Hurricane Katrina blew across the Gulf Coast in August 2005.
Four community groups in Louisiana are the first recipients of AMERICAN FORESTS grants to restore native tree canopy lost to Hurricane Katrina. Major support for the grant money came from The Home Depot Foundation and AMIRICAN FORESTS members.
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