» Environment - Hurricane Resources
  • NOVA - Take a quiz on hurricane trivia, find out how scientists measure the energy hurricanes release, watch the NOVA scienceNOW broadcast segment, and more
  • NOVA - Storm That Drowned a City - In this companion Web site to the NOVA program Storm That Drowned a City, follow Hurricane Katrina from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf Coast, read an interview with hurricane expert Ivor van Heerden, learn about New Orleans' 300-year battle with water, view satellite images of the flooded city, and more
  • HowStuffWorks How Hurricanes Work - Hurricanes wreak havoc when they make landfall. Learn about hurricanes and why people dread the coming of these powerful storms every year
  • Hurricanes - EnchantedLearning.com - read about these tropical cyclones, how they form, how they are named, hurricane anatomy, the eye, eyewall, spiral rainbands, tracking storms, preparing for a storm, landfall, storm surges, and the end of the storm
  • Hurricane and Storm Tracking - Hurricane Tracking provides to up-to-date information about storms and hurricanes in the Atlantic and Pacific. It also includes animated plots using Java, plus data files and plots of past storms
  • Cataclysmic cyclones - Hurricanes are the most powerful storm. How do hurricanes form? How do we predict hurricanes? How can we improve prediction?
  • USGS - Hurricane and Extreme Storm Impact Studies
  • Global Warming and Hurricanes - Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory conducts research in atmospheric, climate, and ocean sciences. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Hurricane Report - Hurricane Report from the most comprehensive global news network on the internet. International News and analysis on current events, business, finance, economy, sports and more. Searchable news in 20 languages from WorldNews Network and Archive