A vocabulary lesson on levees - Issues or Concerns
Levees are man–made structures, usually earthen embankments or concrete floodwalls, designed and constructed to engineering standards to contain, control, or divert the flow of water to provide reasonable temporary flood management. There are a variety of issues or concerns associated with water on levees.

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