We’ve been inundated with images of Katrina’s wrath. Flooded streets with floating bodies drifting through poor New Orleans neighborhoods, burning buildings and the bald spot on the Superdome’s roof. Yet, the wetlands that buffer New Orleans from the Gulf have been missing from photo spreads. But the damage is immense. That one storm is estimated to have caused 50 years worth of erosion, according to a new report.
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