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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...

RECENT FROM People Issues

The socio-economic and co...

The socio-economic and coastal consequences of Christopher Columbus

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Editor’s note: This is a highly ambitious post that covers a number of complex...

RECENT FROM Technical Issues

Stranded assets: leaving ...

Stranded assets: leaving carbon underground

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. The net energy of fossil fuel reserves  Coal, crude petroleum and natural gas, the three...

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...

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

Why do gulf coast govs hate passenger trains?
posted on: Mar 16, 2011 | author: Admin

March 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt (conti...

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

March 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt (continued)
posted on: Mar 15, 2011 | author: Admin

Leaving Louisiana in the broad daylig...

Editor’s note: This guest post by my canny Canadian coastal colleague Bill Nuttle describes dynamic...

Leaving Louisiana in the broad daylight…there ain’t no way to stop the water!
posted on: Mar 2, 2011 | author: Admin
March 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt

March 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt

posted on: Mar 1, 2011 | author: Admin

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Why is ‘BP lemonade’ made in Houston and not Houma?

Why is ‘BP lemonade’ made in Houston and not ...

posted on: Feb 28, 2011 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD* Friday, February 25 was a gorgeous early Spring day in Baton Rouge, with balmy breezes blowing and the swamp maple trees ablaze...

Passing of Greg Stone…tragic for his family and a serious blow to our coast

Passing of Greg Stone…tragic for his fa...

posted on: Feb 19, 2011 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD* The recent untimely death of 54 year-old LSU coastal scientist Greg Stone was noted in The Advocate on February 19. I knew Greg for...

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