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Where is Louisiana’s climate ch...

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Ben Mathis-Lilley posted an article in Slate Magazine quoting a high level Chinese official who...

Where is Louisiana’s climate change mitigation plan? Florida sort of has one.
posted on: Mar 23, 2015 | author: Admin

101 years ago Louisiana began destroy...

Len Bahr, Ph.D. Oysters as coastal engineers The Phylum Molluska includes three major groups of animals, mostly...

101 years ago Louisiana began destroying its shelly coastal bulwark
posted on: Mar 19, 2015 | author: Admin

Does the river carry sufficient mud t...

by Len Bahr, Ph.D.   The USGS has estimated that south Louisiana lost about 1,900 sq mi of subaerial landscape since...

Does the river carry sufficient mud to save America’s Delta?
posted on: Mar 5, 2015 | author: Admin

Ocean acidification is a problem for ...

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. The Eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica is in a sense the quintessential estuarine species. This...

Ocean acidification is a problem for native oysters that cannot be solved by introducing a foreign species
posted on: Feb 25, 2015 | author: Admin

Guest post: Challenging the need for ...

by Kelly M. Haggar Mr. Kelly M. Haggar is the president of Riparian, Inc., a small wetland consulting firm in Baton...

Guest post: Challenging the need for wetland regulation
posted on: Feb 2, 2015 | author: Admin

Are our state coastal officials even ...

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. The Public Trust Doctrine In 1992, Jim Wilkins, J.D, Director, Legal Advisory Service Louisiana...

Are our state coastal officials even aware of The Public Trust Doctrine?
posted on: Jan 19, 2015 | author: Admin

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