Engineers Consider Options For Protecting New Orleans From Flood

05/2/2002 | NYTimes.com

Experts say low-lying New Orleans could be wiped out by a storm surge, but protecting the city is complicated and could be very expensive. One idea is to build up coastal marshes between the city and the Gulf of Mexico, but that could cost up to $14 billion, according to a recent study.

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