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December 2014 coastal scu...

December 2014 coastal scuttlebutt

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

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Contrarian challenges coa...

Contrarian challenges coastal restoration in toto, including sediment diversions: Is there an oil industry connection?

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. Editor’s note: I held off publishing this post until after Mardi Gras but of course...

RECENT FROM Technical Issues

Ocean acidification is a ...

Ocean acidification is a problem for native oysters that cannot be solved by introducing a foreign species

by Len Bahr, Ph.D. The Eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica is in a sense the quintessential estuarine...

Jindal to the Corps: “Stop dith...

Editor’s note: A philosophical essay originally planned for publication on December 12 was postponed in favor...

Jindal to the Corps: “Stop dithering and start shoveling!”
posted on: Dec 12, 2009 | author: Admin

It’s time to consider forested ...

Editor’s Note: The biggest budget item in Louisiana’s evolving coastal protection and restoration program...

It’s time to consider forested levees
posted on: Dec 9, 2009 | author: Admin

Consistency is the hobgoblin of Louis...

Editor’s note: As noted in a recent post, Scott Angelle, Secretary of the Louisiana Department of Natural...

Consistency is the hobgoblin of Louisiana coastal policy*
posted on: Dec 6, 2009 | author: Admin

“Climate gate” vs. Kilama...

Editor’s note: As an unapologetic supporter of energy policy legislation under debate in DC (including a...

“Climate gate” vs. Kilamanjero and the polar bear
posted on: Dec 3, 2009 | author: Admin
Commercial use of sediments from SW Pass?

Commercial use of sediments from SW Pass?

posted on: Nov 30, 2009 | author: Admin

Editor’s note: On November 23 the state released a strongly-worded letter to Gary Locke, Secretary of the US Department of Commerce,...

Hatchet Woman, conclusion

Hatchet Woman, conclusion

posted on: Nov 27, 2009 | author: Admin

Editors note: This concludes a guest post by Nancy Jo Craig, Executive Director of the Capitol Area Corporate Recycling Center and long term...

Hatchet Woman tells her story (part one)

Hatchet Woman tells her story (part one)

posted on: Nov 25, 2009 | author: Admin

Editor’s note: Nancy Jo Craig, Executive Director of the Capitol Area Corporate Recycling Center and long term Louisiana community activist,...

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