Louisiana State University (LSU) Hurricane Center
Find out about the academic programs, research, new products, and workshops of the center dedicated to addressing hurricanes and other hazards and their impacts on the natural, built, and human environments.
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.
USGS Hurricane and Extreme Storm Impact Studies
Find out about the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program that investigates the extent and causes of coastal impacts of hurricanes and extreme storms on the coasts of the United States.
National Hurricane Study Program
Develops information for states and counties to assist them in managing their resources to minimize the adverse effects resulting from hurricanes. Includes preparedness and behavioral studies as well as maps of surge areas and evacuation zones and routes.