EDITORIAL TH E MOURNIN G katrina AFTE R KATRIN A S ™ M In the media and in the cally, you know, has come to grips with that as, as a .. . a potential real situation. Just like none of us scientific community, could possibly come to grips with the loss of the World Trade Center It's impossible for someone the grieving has already like me to think that the French Quarter of New Orleans could be gone. begun—but will we ever truly grasp what was lost? Maestri was not the only person to make this comparison to the unfathomable tragedies in New BY JEFF ROSENFELD, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF; York and Washington. A month to the day after 9/11, NOAA hurricane researcher Chris Landsea (now WITH NEWS REPORTS BY BAM S EDITORS a BAMS tropical meteorology editor) testified at a CHRIS CAPPELLA, MATTHEW GILLESPIE, Congressional subcommittee hearing: "As horrible AND RACHELTHOMAS-MEDWID as the events of September 11 were, in perspective, he most revealing remark about Hurricane Ka- hurricanes can be as damaging or worse." trina that I've encountered was made three years The death toll from Katrina, more than 1000, was before the storm ever started spinning across T indeed
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2005
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