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In Harvey's Wake

"Mother Nature is very resilient": A year after Hurricane Harvey, coastal ecosystems are thriving

Harvey may have ravaged the coast, but the storm is proof of the adaptability of nature, scientists say.

The Nueces River near Corpus Christi and the Gulf of Mexico.

In Harvey's Wake

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