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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Wayne and Nancy Weikel meeting with local fishermen 44 days after Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Holding the initial stakeholder town meeting with local fishermen .
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Using a boat bottom as an information bulletin board.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Coast Guard case number painted on fishing boat.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Parish Government forum meeting to discuss fisheries issues.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. 85% of regional fisheries harvest vessels were disabled by Hurricane Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. 4000 commercial and 25000 recreational vessels were disabled or destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A Grand Bayou school boat pre-Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A Grand Bayou school boat sunk at its moorings post-Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Daybrook Menhaden boats swept inland.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Daybrook Menhaden boats swept inland.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Daybrook Menhaden boats swept inland. Beginning the refloating operations.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Coast Guard barge used for clearing waterways.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Coast Guard barge used for salvaging boats and clearing waterways.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Sometimes it was difficult to tell debris from salvageable boats.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Sunken vessels obstructing waterways.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A melange of vessels swept ashore during Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A unique Rules of the Road situation. Who has the right-of-way?
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Debris swept far from its original location.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. No homes for the local populace to go home to as many were destroyed during Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Sediment and debris filling a local waterway.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Sediment and debris make it difficult to tell if this is still a navigable waterway.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Private contractors helped clear waterways and salvage vessels.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Coast Guard representative being interviewed - helping get the word out to local fishermen about issued affecting them.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Cranes with slings helping salvage and refloat boats.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. St. Bernard Parish was hit equally hard by Hurricane Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Fisheries refrigerator truck with front end in the water following Hurricane Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Ice plant that took 370 days to produce again post-Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Within a year of Katrina, 30% of boats were operational again.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Hazmat cleanup crews clean out refrigerator facilities following Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Re-starting the Venice Docks following Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. First post-Katrina shrimp processing.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Private boat recovery following Katrina.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Boat recovery with slings but no spreaders.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Private boat recovery efforts.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A heavy ship lift was needed to help recover and refloat the boat s of Plaquemines Parish.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. All that remained of the Plaquemines Parish heavy lift.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Rusty Gaude and Washington State SeaGrant specialist confer about acquiring heavy lift.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. SeaGrant arranges with city of Valdez, Alaska to transport surplus heavy lift to Plaquemines Parish. Heavy lift shown here passing into Plaquemines Parish following one month trip from Valdez in the dead of winter.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Assembling the Valdez Travel Lift.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Valdez Travel Lift pre-assembly.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Dedication of the Valdez Travel Lift ceremony.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Ohio State cleanup crew helping the people of Plaquemines Parish.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Contingent of Florida Jewish students help clean up Rebel Seafood Company facilities.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A special engine purchase program was set up for the local fishermen.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A regional ice producing plant was funded by Shell Oil. It was capable of producing 40 tons of ice per day.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. A regional ice producing plant was funded by Shell Oil. It was capable of producing 40 tons of ice per day.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Obtaining ice at the regional ice plant to help preserve fisheries catch.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. Part of the seafood feast prepared for the Weikels upon completion of their mission and return to their home.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes
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Image from FEMA/SeaGrant PowerPoint Presentation by Wayne and Nancy Weikel and Rusty Gaude. The Weikels and Rusty Gaude at their farewell banquet.
Louisiana, Southeast coastal parishes

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