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June 2014 Coastal Scuttlebutt

JUNE EIGHTH Governor defies warnings from many experts and turns bill to kill the levee board lawsuit into...

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Implications of the Senat...

Implications of the Senate race on future Hurricane relief

by Anonymous* LaCoastPost has made the point on numerous occasions that while every Louisiana official...

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Questioning the need for ...

Questioning the need for the Water Campus in Baton Rouge

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Timothy Boone reported in The Advocate that on October 20 the Baton Rouge Planning...

Criticizing coastal policy is not unp...

By Len Bahr, PhD* Since retiring from the Governor’s Office in September ’08 I’ve been inspired to...

Criticizing coastal policy is not unpatriotic!
posted on: Feb 13, 2010 | author: Admin

CO2 regulation and ethanol subsidies ...

by Len Bahr, PhD* Based on experience gained during my long tenure at the Governor’s Office of Coastal...

CO2 regulation and ethanol subsidies fuel state/federal disputes
posted on: Feb 10, 2010 | author: Admin

New coastal plan NOT ready for prime ...

Editor’s note: The Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) has released what is arguably the most...

New coastal plan NOT ready for prime time!
posted on: Feb 7, 2010 | author: Admin

The world as a delta

by Len Bahr, PhD* The focus of LaCoastPost is the Mississippi River delta, which embodies most of the environmental...

The world as a delta
posted on: Feb 4, 2010 | author: Admin
Bugs on the bayou part three – mosquitoes

Bugs on the bayou part three – mosquito...

posted on: Feb 1, 2010 | author: Admin

Editor’s note: I wrote this post because of my conviction that coastal insects have largely been ignored by systems ecologists, including the...

February 2010 Coastal Scuttlebutt: daily miniposts

February 2010 Coastal Scuttlebutt: daily mini...

posted on: Feb 1, 2010 | author: Admin

February 28 The second day of the “Building Resilience Workshop, Innovative Sustainable Flood, Solutions for the Gulf Coast”  was as...

Bugs on the bayou (part two) – butterflies, termites and ants.

Bugs on the bayou (part two) – butterfl...

posted on: Jan 29, 2010 | author: Admin

Editor’s note: This is the second part of a three part post on some of my thoughts on the theoretical importance of insects in the...

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