The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is reducing releases from six dams on the Missouri River as the reservoirs behind them empty the runoff of record snowfall and record spring rains.
The reductions will slow the record flow that has sent the 2,341-mile river over its banks and strained levees in six states.
After dramatic personal loss, policy makers and construction experts weigh the longer-term implications of the hurricane damage in Houston, Florida and the Caribbean. Can resiliency be accelerated?
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