ADCIRC Development Group
Constructing a sequence of models predicting the impact of a hurricane, storm surge, or flood on New Orleans and coastal Southern Louisiana.
Center for the Study of Public Health Impacts of Hurricanes (CSPHIH)
Features maps of New Orleans, provides hurricane information, and addresses other Louisiana coastal issues. The Louisiana State University study integrates the research and expertise of numerous natural scientists, social scientists, engineers, toxicologists, and medical communities to identify and mitigate the public health impacts of hurricane and flood disasters.
GlobalSecurity.org: Hurricane Pam
Information about the hypothetical scenario illustrating the impact of a category 3 hurricane on New Orleans that was presented to emergency officials from 50 parish, state, federal, and volunteer organizations in 2004.
NPR: Wetlands and Flooding in New Orleans
All Things Considered program discussing how diminished wetlands have left New Orleans is at greater risk of flooding during a hurricane.
2002 special report by The Times-Picayune discussing the danger facing New Orleans if it were to take the full brunt of a major hurricane.