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Looking back at the state of state co...

Editor’s note: September 30, 2009 marks an entire year since I “escaped” from eighteen years’...

Looking back at the state of state coastal policy
posted on: Sep 30, 2009 | author: Admin

Jindal wants carbon bucks but bucks c...

Editor’s note: Louisiana journalists have been doing yeoman coastal work lately. Below you can link to two...

Jindal wants carbon bucks but bucks carbon regs.
posted on: Sep 25, 2009 | author: Admin

Reducing flood risk for NOLA: a tale ...

Editor’s note: The previous two posts discussed the concept of using industrial waste stockpiles as sediment...

Reducing flood risk for NOLA: a tale of two minerals
posted on: Sep 21, 2009 | author: Admin

Red mud redux

Editor’s note: I attended the September 16 meeting of the Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA),...

Red mud redux
posted on: Sep 17, 2009 | author: Admin

Why not use red mud and gypsum waste ...

Editor’s note: I believe that the search by the corps of engineers for materials to bolster flood protection...

Why not use red mud and gypsum waste for NOLA levees?
posted on: Sep 14, 2009 | author: Admin

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