Only 16 percent of Puerto Rico has power 3 weeks after Hurricane Maria

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NPR Explores Hurricane Maria's Affect On A Puerto Rican Coffee Farm

- sprudge.com
11 Oct 2017
The devastation left by Hurricane Maria on the island of Puerto Rico has been cataclysmic. Many are without power and potable water, and relief efforts from the United States have come under severe criticism for being insufficient. Estimates of the damage caused have led CNN to refer to Hurricane Maria as the "$95 billion storm."

Understanding AIR's Loss Estimates for Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

11 Oct 2017
Hurricane Maria was all but the perfect storm for Puerto Rico. If it fell short of that descriptor, it was because its strong Category 4 wind speeds could have been even higher. Just two hours before landfall in Puerto Rico, Maria's sustained winds were 160 mph; five hours before that, they were at 175 mph. Maria was the strongest storm to hit Puerto Rico in 85 years.
- air-worldwide.com

Scientists Join Forces to Save Puerto Rico's 'Monkey Island

- advocacy.britannica.com
11 Oct 2017
Cayo Santiago is a unique place. Halting the immediate humanitarian crisis unfolding in Puerto Rico should be everyone's primary goal. But long-term recovery from Hurricane Maria will also mean preserving Puerto Rico's arts, culture and scientific treasures like the Cayo Santiago Field Station for future generations.

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11 Oct 2017
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Weeks after Maria, clean water remains scarce in Puerto Rico

- cbsnews.com
11 Oct 2017
October 11, 2017, 8:05 AM| President Trump asked Congress for an almost $5 billion loan to help Puerto Rico's financial crisis in the wake of Hurricane Maria. Only 16 percent of the U.S. territory has electricity and the death toll has risen to 45. David Begnaud reports.
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