NOAA's GOES-East satellite shows Hurricane Harvey on August 24 while still in tropical storm status. Credit: NOAA/NASA GOES Project, 2017.
Ever since Hurricane Harvey barreled toward Texas, we've been gathering resources that could be helpful to those seeking further information on hurricanes and other extreme coastal weather events. The links below will take you to the numerous resources we've curated on the event. These pages are being updated regularly, so please check back often.
This page contains an ongoing list of links to news articles involving all aspects of Hurricane Harvey, its impact on Houston, and other aspects of the storm's response and recovery.
This page links to resources from federal weather sources, hurricane information, disaster assistance details, public health collections, environmental considerations and much more.
The page hosts a collection of local research centers working in the fields related to disasters, extreme weather, planning, engineering, and other social aspects of Hurricane Harvey.