What are the lasting environmental impacts of Hurricane Katrina?



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    Hurricane Katrina itself caused beach erosion, moved an island or two, flooded marshes, and forced the closure of some of Louisiana’s wildlife refuges. Once the flooding had ended, residual waters containing oil, sewage, and many other pollutants were pumped into nearby Lake Pontchartrain, likely wreaking havoc on the local underwater life.

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