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Awesome cyclone power; ha...

Awesome cyclone power; hats off to BP; Angelle panders to oil interests; while SLFPA-E fights them

  by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Cyclone devastation The above images capture the power of Cyclone Pam that struck the...

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The political stench of g...

The political stench of gulf oil five years out from the BP blowout

 by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Platitudes and hypocrisy The fifth anniversary of the largest accidental oil release in...

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Point by point rejoinders...

Point by point rejoinders to arguments against river diversions

Editor’s note: Award winning journalist Bob Marshall with TheLensNola.org recently invited the Save...

The big chill. Was the coastal cold s...

Editor’s note: Three days ago the pond in my Baton Rouge backyard microswamp froze over. Two days ago a pipe...

The big chill. Was the coastal cold snap significant?
posted on: Jan 12, 2010 | author: Admin

Who’s on first re coastal polic...

Editor’s note: During December 2009 Governor Jindal and the secretaries of several state agencies sent...

Who’s on first re coastal policy?
posted on: Jan 9, 2010 | author: Admin

Five levee questions — who, wha...

Editor’s note: I never took a course in journalism but my understanding is that budding reporters learn to...

Five levee questions — who, what, when, where and how (why is implicit).
posted on: Jan 6, 2010 | author: Admin

Who’s reading LaCoastPost? Taki...

Ascending the internet learning curve LaCoastPost was launched almost 15 months ago, mid-October ’08, on the...

Who’s reading LaCoastPost? Taking stock from Mt. Blogosphere.
posted on: Jan 3, 2010 | author: Admin
January Coastal Scuttlebutt – old

January Coastal Scuttlebutt – old

posted on: Jan 1, 2010 | author: Admin

January 11 Anyone who supports Governor Jindal’s opposition to EPA’s regulation of industrial carbon dioxide...

Jindal sees jobs going offshore; scientists see offshore coming onshore.

Jindal sees jobs going offshore; scientists s...

posted on: Dec 31, 2009 | author: Admin

Editor’s note: On the final day of 2009 I was planning to post an upbeat detailed breakdown of the expansion of LaCoastPost readership throughout...

Corn obviously trumps gulf hypoxia

Corn obviously trumps gulf hypoxia

posted on: Dec 28, 2009 | author: Admin

Editor’s note: Rebecca Gruby is a doctoral student at the Duke University Marine Laboratory at Beaufort, NC., studying public policy on...

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