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Miscellaneous mini coasta...

Miscellaneous mini coastal posts

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Editor’s note: The following is a collection of mini-posts, some of which have been...

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Foster Campbell for U.S. ...

Foster Campbell for U.S. Senate from Louisiana

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. In my opinion, of the eight leading contenders for the soon-to-be vacant U.S. Senate seat...

RECENT FROM Technical Issues

Why not turn the Morganza...

Why not turn the Morganza-to-the-Gulf project into a worthwhile enterprise?

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Morganza to the Gulf project – a popular mistake As a long term outspoken critic of...

December 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt

DECEMBER THIRTIETH On December 18 Bruce Alpert reported in nola.com/The Times-Picayune that our senior Senator Mary...

December 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt
posted on: Dec 30, 2013 | author: Admin

November 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt

NOVEMBER TWENTY-THIRD TO THIRTIETH Governor’s office hints that the Corps could be successfully sued In a...

November 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt
posted on: Nov 30, 2013 | author: Admin

September 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt (c...

Editor’s Note: I apologize for the recent spotty coverage of coastal news, which reflects my decision to undergo...

September 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt (cont).
posted on: Sep 30, 2013 | author: Admin

September 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt

SEPTEMBER  TWELFTH, THIRTEENTH and FOURTEENTH Jindal plays politics as usual Today’s NOLA.com reported that our...

September 2013 Coastal Scuttlebutt
posted on: Sep 14, 2013 | author: Admin
LA Swift slows to a halt

LA Swift slows to a halt

posted on: Jun 11, 2013 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD* Just weeks before Hurricane Katrina invaded New Orleans on August 29 2005, I had a brief meeting on coastal issues** with then New...

Is a river diversion at the Nucor iron plant one of 39 projects under consideration for BP funding?

Is a river diversion at the Nucor iron plant ...

posted on: May 23, 2013 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD* As many loyal readers will remember, I have long espoused the idea that the $4 billion Nucor iron processing plant, now under...

Saving the delta is a pipe dream sans sediment diversion projects.

Saving the delta is a pipe dream sans sedimen...

posted on: May 13, 2013 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD*  Climate change and delta deterioration Last week the concentration of atmospheric CO2 reached 400 ppm, more than at any time in...

Sediment traps won’t do squat for the coast!

Sediment traps won’t do squat for the c...

posted on: Mar 20, 2013 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD* On March 18 Mark Waller reported in NOLA.com that Webster Pierce, Jr., an inventor from Cutoff, Louisiana has obtained a patent for...

Ruination Day II — Rise of ‘The Great Separator’

Ruination Day II — Rise of ‘The G...

posted on: Dec 6, 2016 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. It’s impossible to adequately describe the dismay in our household triggered by the daily litany of gaffes, gloats, lies,...

Trump voters just pulled the life support plug on America’s Delta

Trump voters just pulled the life support plu...

posted on: Nov 14, 2016 | author: Admin

Preface Louisiana’s comprehensive coastal master plan, currently under revision, should include a disclaimer on page one asserting that, unless...

Haters of Hill and energy shills dominate the presidential and senate campaigns in Louisiana

Haters of Hill and energy shills dominate the...

posted on: Oct 21, 2016 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. On October 9 my wife Guille and I erected a Krewe of Hillary yard sign in front of our home. On October 10 we had the dead wood...

Should flooded slab houses be repaired, razed or raised?

Should flooded slab houses be repaired, razed...

posted on: Sep 13, 2016 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. According to a September 8 article by Elizabeth Crisp in The Advocate, the overall cost of the Baton Rouge Deluge (BRD) is...

Fleeing into risk: the Baton Rouge Deluge was not an act of God

Fleeing into risk: the Baton Rouge Deluge was...

posted on: Aug 30, 2016 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. “If the world weren’t so flat (in Louisiana) there would be no pooling of water there”* My original intent for this post was...

The Capital City Deluge and Climate Change Denial

The Capital City Deluge and Climate Change De...

posted on: Aug 18, 2016 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. On Saturday, August 12, 2016 Mark Schleifstein with nola.com|thetimes-picayune warned his readers about a flash flood watch in...

Baton Rouge industrial product could help reduce global warming!

Baton Rouge industrial product could help red...

posted on: Aug 1, 2016 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. According to a July 28 article by Robinson Mayer in theatlantic.com, each of the past 14 months has been the hottest version of...

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