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PRI's Environmental News Magazine

Louisiana Storm Protection: Past, Present and Future

Air Date: Week of June 2, 2006

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American Society of Civil Engineers geotechnical-team members inspect a portion of the floodwall along the Industrial Canal that was overtopped and flattened by Katrina's storm surge. The force of the storm shattered much of the concrete wall that topped the steel sheet-piles. (Photo: Rune Storesund)

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