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for Coastwatch Vol. Issue , Autumn 2004
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In 1999, Hurricane Floyd cut a destructive path across eastern North Carolina, becoming the deadliest storm in the state's history. The storm caused 35 deaths, damages of $3 billion, and destruction of 7,000 homes. Smith examines the ongoing recovery efforts, new forecasting technologies, and research into the state's fisheries five years after the storm.