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Coastal Change Hazards: Hurricanes and Extreme Storms

Hurricane Ike

Post-Storm Oblique Aerial Photography

Oblique aerial photography and video of the region of landfall were collected on September 15, 2008, to document the coastal response to Hurricane Ike.

Continuous photography from Oak Grove, LA to Quintana, TX is available below in zipped KML format, viewable with Google Earth. These images provide an immediate look at the impacts of the hurricane and supplement the pre and post-storm photo and lidar comparisons.

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View the photos in Google Maps or download the Google Earth file 20080915_Ike.kmz (78 KB) and view it in virtual globe software such as Google Earth.

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