Ship canal was storm funnel during Katrina


A short cut for shipping into New Orleans acted as a “storm surge superhighway”, funnelling water into the city when hurricane Katrina struck. Hundreds of metres wide and 11 metres deep, the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet (see Map) was built to save ships more than 60 kilometres’ travel along the winding Mississippi. As Katrina crossed the Gulf of Mexico in August,
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