Historical Hurricane Information Tool

B.H. Bossak, J.B. Elsner, Florida State University

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This tool was developed by B.H. Bossak and J.B. Elsner at the [link http://geography.fsu.edu/people/james-elsner/ 'Hurricane Climate Institute'] at Florida State University. Using documentary sources from the early 1800s, they built a GIS tool for tracking hurricanes that hit North America between 1800 and 1850. The link goes to a Web version of the tool which is view only. There is a customizable version of the tool that is available by contacting the Hurricane Climate Center.

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This resource is referenced here:Keywords: hurricanes, history, GIS