Raymond Seed

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley

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Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley; head of the investigation team that looked at the levee failures during Hurricane Katrina; chair of the joint State-Federal Technical Advisory Committee for assessment of levee-related risk for the state of California

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After the Gulf States suffered a major catastrophe just one year ago today, California politicians promised action to prevent anything similar from happening here.

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