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When science goes bonkers After seeing the popular movie Interstellar, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was...

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Are we buying a coastal stairway to heaven?

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. I recently watched a two hour and four minute Led Zeppelin concert on YouTube, recorded...

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Does the river carry suff...

Does the river carry sufficient mud to save America’s Delta?

by Len Bahr, Ph.D.   Editor’s note: My aging Macbook has been infected with malware that capitalizes...

April 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt

April 14 Violence offshore and onshore In today’s The Times-Picayune...

April 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt
posted on: Apr 1, 2011 | author: Admin

Len Bahr 4 Gov?

by Len Bahr, PhD* After a couple glasses of wine during a party at a Republican friend’s house on...

Len Bahr 4 Gov?
posted on: Apr 1, 2011 | author: Admin

Catch 22 blocks microbiological clean...

by Len Bahr, PhD* Since the Macondo well was finally snuffed out on July 15, 2010 I’ve speculated with many...

Catch 22 blocks microbiological cleanup tests in oily marshes
posted on: Mar 28, 2011 | author: Admin

Is Ochsner complicit in a coastal con...

by Len Bahr, PhD* I’m an ecologist, not a toxicologist and thus clearly unqualified...

Is Ochsner complicit in a coastal conspiracy to cover up ‘collateral’ health damage from BP?
posted on: Mar 23, 2011 | author: Admin
Why do gulf coast govs hate passenger trains?

Why do gulf coast govs hate passenger trains?

posted on: Mar 16, 2011 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD* Passenger transportation in south Louisiana will doubtless become more problematic over time, as subsidence and sea level rise...

March 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt (continued)

March 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt (continued)

posted on: Mar 15, 2011 | author: Admin

  March 31 Get your coastal checkbooks out folks! This coastal mini-post on the final day of March 2011 is time sensitive. On March 29 I spent...

Leaving Louisiana in the broad daylight…there ain’t no way to stop the water!

Leaving Louisiana in the broad daylight…...

posted on: Mar 2, 2011 | author: Admin

Editor’s note: This guest post by my canny Canadian coastal colleague Bill Nuttle describes dynamic demographics in flood-prone parts of the...

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