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Katrina: An Account of 'What Went Wrong'
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Katrina: An Account of 'What Went Wrong'

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Katrina: An Account of 'What Went Wrong'

Katrina: An Account of 'What Went Wrong'
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Disaster science specialist Ivor Van Heerden is the cofounder and deputy director of the Louisiana State University Hurricane Center and director of the Center for the Study of Public Health Impacts of Hurricanes. His new book is The Storm: What Went Wrong and Why During Hurricane Katrina — the Inside Story from One Louisiana Scientist.

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