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Hurricanes in Alabama

Those living on the Alabama Gulf Coast are more than aware of the dangers of hurricanes and the storms that have most impacted their lives. This resource guide is a gathering of information from the seven storms currently on record that have significantly impacted Alabama: Katrina, Ivan, Georges, Opal, Frederic, Camille and Ethel.


Tropical Cyclone Status Update

General Hurricane Information


Library Resources

Alabama Coastal Hazards Assessment NOAA Coastal Services Center - NOAA Coastal Services Center
Call Number: C 55.54: H 33/CD
Publication Date: 1997
Univ Lib Government Documents, CD-ROM Area (2nd Floor South)

Hurricane preparedness in Alabama - National Weather Service and the Alabama Emergency Management Agency
Call Number: C 55.102: H 94 X
Publication Date: 2004
Univ Lib Government Documents Bookshelves (2nd Floor South)

Report on Hurricane Survey of Alabama Coast - U.S. Army Engineer District, Mobile, Corps of Engineers, Office of the District Engineer
Call Number: D 103.2: H 94 X/AL
Publication Date: 1965
Univ Lib Government Documents Bookshelves (2nd Floor South)

Government Documents

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Mobile, Alabama 36688
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Vicki Tate
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