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Title The lost city of New Orleans / written & produced by Milla Harrison-Hansley ; a BBC/Discovery Channel co-production.
Imprint Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, [2006]
©2006
Edition Standard format.

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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  TC425.M67 N4 2006    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN MAIN COLLECTION  TC425.M67 N4 2006    AVAILABLE  
Subject Flood control -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Floodplains -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Hurricane Katrina, 2005.
Urban policy -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
City planning -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
Hurricanes -- Louisiana -- New Orleans.
New Orleans (La.) -- Environmental conditions.
Alt Name Harrison-Hansley, Milla.
Hill, Bernard, 1944-
British Broadcasting Corporation.
Discovery Channel (Firm)
Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Alternate Title Horizon (Television program)
Add Title Subtitle on container: Case study
Description 1 videodisc (50 mn.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
polychrome rdacc
Edition Standard format.
System Details DVD-R.
Note In English.
Performer Narrator, Bernard Hill.
Credits Camera, Tony Poole ; film editor, David Fairhead.
Note "BBC Active"--Container.
Originally broadcast as an episode of the BBC documentary television program Horizon in 2006.
Summary Filmed six months after Hurricane Katrina and its accompanying flood waters hit New Orleans, this film analyzes why the city flooded and asks the question: should the city should be rebuilt on the steadily subsiding floodplain. Experts in various fields look at the situation from several points of view.
Publisher # 36461 Films for the Humanities & Sciences
OCLC # 85439246


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