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Development in Flood Plains Continued After '93

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Development in Flood Plains Continued After '93

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Development in Flood Plains Continued After '93

Development in Flood Plains Continued After '93

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Timothy Kusky, director of the Center for Environmental Sciences at St. Louis University, talks about development along the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. Kusky tells Scott Simon that some of the development has made this year's flooding even worse than the last big flood in the region, in l993.

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