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Initial estimates of hurricane Katrina impacts of Mississippi gulf coast forest resourcesAuthor(s): Patrick A. Glass; Sonja N. Oswalt
Source: Mississippi Institute For Forest Inventory: 1-4
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionHurricane Katrina pummeled the Gulf Coast of Mississippi on August 29, 2005. The eye wall of the storm passed directly over Hancock and Pearl River Counties. Harrison, Jackson, Stone, and George Counties on the windward side of the hurricane's path sustained severe damage before the storm's strength dissipated as it moved farther inland (fig. 1).
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CitationGlass, Patrick A.; Oswalt, Sonja N. 2007. Initial estimates of hurricane Katrina impacts of Mississippi gulf coast forest resources. Mississippi Institute For Forest Inventory: 1-4
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