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          Resources, and Disaster Resistance in a Post-Katrina 9th Ward

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title   Mobilizing the Community to Integrate Ecology, Open Space Resources, and Disaster Resistance in a Post-Katrina 9th Ward
students   Daniel Pearlstein, Elizabeth Seward, Carol Slawson, Keith Tidball
instructors   Jeff Chusid, Andy Rumbach
date   Spring 2006
school   Cornell University
     
subject   landscape
site   Upper Ninth Ward
     
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link   school site
     
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