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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...

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Apocalyptic ACC

Apocalyptic ACC

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. I have recently concluded that the single largest challenge confronting the successful...

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Apocalyptic ACC

Apocalyptic ACC

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. I have recently concluded that the single largest challenge confronting the successful...

January 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt (con...

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January 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt (continued)
posted on: Jan 15, 2011 | author: Admin

A tale of two coastal cities: Norfolk...

by Len Bahr, PhD* Around Thanksgiving I read a piece in The New York Times by Leslie Kaufman about a...

A tale of two coastal cities: Norfolk and NOLA.
posted on: Jan 12, 2011 | author: Admin

January 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt

January 14 Two views of the coastal crises in Louisiana: Barry Yeoman and Chris...

January 2011 Coastal Scuttlebutt
posted on: Jan 1, 2011 | author: Admin

Could a brick in the intertidal toile...

By Len Bahr, PhD; Founding editor leonardbahr@gmx.com Disclaimer As a coastal ecologist lacking the credentials of...

Could a brick in the intertidal toilet tank reduce coastal land loss?
posted on: Dec 29, 2010 | author: Admin
MRGO damage repair plan projects resemble CWPPMAS stocking stuffers.

MRGO damage repair plan projects resemble CWP...

posted on: Dec 23, 2010 | author: Admin

by Len Bahr, PhD, Founding editor CWPPMAS memories The 2010 Christmas season suggests a trip down a bureaucratic memory lane. When I was a kid...

December Coastal Scuttlebutt (continued)

December Coastal Scuttlebutt (continued)

posted on: Dec 15, 2010 | author: Admin

December 31 The end of a sh–ty coastal year: BP scats,...

December Coastal Scuttlebutt

December Coastal Scuttlebutt

posted on: Dec 1, 2010 | author: Admin

December 14 FDA critics concerned about dangers of over consumption of...

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