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By Paul Anthony Harris
Due to popular demand this saga is now available on Kindle (or other e-book reading devices) as well as in print. The book that John Lithgow has described as "stirring" is available in time for the 5th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
LeveesNotWar.org marks the fourth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with a top-to-bottom redesign of its web site and expansion of features.
By Flood Zone Correction, Inc.
FZC's Portfolio Review Service Provides Protection for the Bottom Line
By Entomological Society of America
New research presented in the fall issue of American Entomologist suggests Formosan subterranean termites damaged New Orleans dikes.
By Industrial Fabrics Association International
Levees reinforced with geosynthetic materials in New Orleans withstood Hurricane Katrina and flooding. Geosynthetics stablize the ground, reduce use of traditional stabilizers, conserve natural resources and provide a reliable building base.
By Levees Not War
The New York–based, New Orleans–oriented information and action network Levees Not War marks the second anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with a top-to-bottom overhaul of its web site and expansion of its features