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WETLAND DAMAGE
BY HURRICANE KATRINA & RITA
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Images being added daily*


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Image#20391
Fragile subsiding marsh offers little
 protection from hurricane surge.
Plaquemines Parish, LA

Image#20397
Aerial of marsh grass bent, folded,
and damaged by saltwater
after Hurricane Katrina.
Plaquemines Parish, LA

 


Image#20390
Hurricane damage to marsh
grass behind levee after Hurricane Katrina
Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana

Image#20461
Broken marsh grass debris piled up on
canal spoil banks after Hurricane Rita
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana

 


Image#20454
Cattails floating in Chenier Canal
were blown away from the marsh
  and floated over to the canal in
 the surge from Hurricane Rita.
Vermilion Parish, Louisiana

Image#20594
Salt Marsh at the edge of Lake Borne after Hurricane Katrina
St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana
     

*As we can not post our entire collection, please contact us for specific locations*
 

See Also:
 

Hurricane Katrina

Hurricane Katrina, Grand Isle  

Hurricane Katrina, MS River Gulf Outlet


 Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans 

 Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans empty after  

Hurricane Katrina, Plaquemine Parish

Hurricane Katrina, St. Bernard Parish

Hurricane Rita 

Hurricane Rita Before and After

Hurricane Ivan

Hurricanes: Before & After

Hurricanes & Effects On Wetlands 

Levees

Storms

Weather

 

 


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