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1. NASA Hurricane Resource Page [NASA_HURRICANE]
The NASA hurricane web page is a compilation of data from various satellites and computer models, and it explains why and how NASA investigates hurricanes. It also covers the relationship of NASA's ...

2. Hurricane Data Analysis Tool [NASA_HDAT]
The Hurricane Data Analysis Tool (formerly the TRMM QuikScat Analysis tool) allows users to overlay various data products relevant in the study of hurricanes in either an area plot or a time plot ...

3. Tropical Cyclone Information System - Analysis Tool [NASA_JPL_HTOOL]
The NASA JPL Tropical Cyclone Information System (TCIS) brings together satellite and in situ data sets from various sources to help you find information for a particular tropical cyclone over the ...

4. Texas Hazard Mitigation Package [THMP]
The Texas Hazard Mitigation Package (THMP) is an online digital geographic data resource for hazard analysis in Texas. When a specific hazard has been determined a potential threat, the user may ...

5. Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) [EDEN]
The Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) is a collaborative multi-state effort by Extension Services across the country to improve the delivery of services to citizens affected by disasters. ...

6. Hurricane Viewer [NASA_DISC_Hurricane_Viewer]
The NASA Goddard DISC has created an application for animating hurricane path, their varying levels of intensity and atmospheric information occurring at the time of the event. This is a beta release ...

7. Hurricane Watch - Studying a Storm from Many Angles [NASA_JPL_HURRICANE_WATCH]
Hurricane Watch is a web-based interactive and educational resources that explains how to study hurricanes from multiple vantage points. Cloud temperature, cloud top heights, ocean wind speed, satellite ...

8. Event-Based Science on the Web - Hurricane! [05-E.B.S.P.-Hurricane-01]   PARENT SERF
Hurricane! is an Event-Based Science module about one of the most devastating weather events that people can experience. Our story focuses on the devastation that Hurricane Andrew brought to South ...

9. Event-Based Science on the Web [01-Event-Based_Sci_Prjt-01]   CHILD SERFs
Event-Based Science is a new way to teach science at the middle school level. Newsworthy events establish the relevance of science topics; authentic tasks create the need-to-know more about those ...

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