Hurricane Katrina: The Aftermath
Kathryn Cramer has been collecting aerial images of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, along with some screenshots from Google Earth. Speaking of which, over on Boing Boing, a call for a collaborative effort to use Google Earth overlays to illustrate the damage. (Update: Google Earth overlays here and here.)
See previous entry: Hurricane Katrina.
Update, 8/31 at 9:20 AM: Satellite imagery of the flooding — what Morgan was looking for — is now available from NASA: Floods along the Gulf Coast, in several resolution sizes, and Flooding in New Orleans (via Cartography). More will probably come from other sources.
Update, 11:30 AM: See All Points Blog’s GIS, Maps and Katrina in the News.
Update, 6:05 PM: ESRI’s Hurricane Maps and Help page tries to mobilize the GIS community and provide data in crises (via All Points Blog and Spatially Adjusted). And, per Gale’s comment below, Hurricane Katrina Images from NOAA.